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Clinics & Services

Antenatal Clinic

Your doctor and midwife work together as a team. Your doctor will check pregnant patients during routine surgeries. The midwife runs antenatal clinics on Thursdays. There is also a clinic at Observatory Medical Practice on a Wednesday which is available to our patients who are unable to attend on a Thursday.

Family Planning

All the doctors and our practice nurse provide advice on all contraception methods and perform the appropriate checks.

Baby & Health Child Drop In Sessions

The Health Visitors offer a drop in clinic on Mondays from 10am - 11.30am at Jericho Health Centre. Drop in with your baby for advice and sharing experiences with other new parents.

There are other sessions throughout Oxford go to for more information.

Minor Operations

Dr Leaver performs minor surgery. Please make a routine appointment initially so that the problem may be assessed and options discussed.

NHS Checks

Stacey and Karen offer NHS Check Clinics for patient between the ages of 40 and 74 who are eligible.  You will recieve an invitation but if you would like to find out more, please contact the Surgery.  For more information please click Health Check Leaflet and Health Check including Dementia Awareness

The Treatment Room

Appointments are available to see a nurse on Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday for:

  • Dressing of wounds and ulcers
  • Removal of stitches
  • Contraceptive pill checks
  • Travel advice and vaccinations
  • Child Immunisations
  • Diabetes, Asthma and COPD reviews
  • Treatment injections e.g. denosumab
  • Vaccinations
  • NHS Health Checks

Phlebotomy Service

If you need a blood test, please book an appointment in the phlebotomy clinics which run every week day. 

Travel Immunisations

We provide a comprehensive and individually tailored programme of inoculations, including Yellow Fever for travel to all parts of the world. Remember to leave plenty of time to have the injections before you go. For ordinary package holidays 4-6 weeks is usually sufficient but for more extensive travel at least 3 months may be required.

If you have a medical condition, or are pregnant, it may be advisable to discuss the immunisations or malaria prophylaxis for an exotic holiday with the Practice Nurse, before booking your holiday.

Travel Health Questionnaire

To help us offer the appropriate advice, please fill out the online form before coming to see the nurse.

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For Travel Advice Leaflet click this link: Travel Advice

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