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Welcome to Drs Leaver, O'Shea & Lambert

With patients' needs at the heart of everything we do, our website has been designed to make it easy for you to gain instant access to the information you need. As well as specific practice details such as opening hours and how to register, you’ll find a wealth of useful pages covering a wide range of health issues along with links to other relevant medical organisations.

Patients can choose to see any doctor they wish. All doctors working at the surgery can access your medical record and discuss your care with your regular doctor, so if you need an appointment soon and your regular doctor is not available do not hesitate to book an appointment with another doctor.

Please contact Jackie Hannam, Practice Manager if you wish to discuss any of these issues on 01865 311234 or

Evening and Weekend Access to GP Services

The Practice is a member of OxFed which aims to enable GPs across Oxford to work together to improve people’s health and care throughout the city.

One initiative led by OxFed is to provide GP and nurse appointments out of hours, 7 days a week to support GPs in providing a variety of access times to patients.  Currently there are only GP appointments available.   

You will not see a GP from this Practice, although surgeries are available at Jericho Health Centre on Tuesday evenings and Saturday mornings.

Appointments are made by your won Practice.

Patient Survey

Thank you to everyone who completed the patient survey in June 2015.  We had 100 responses.   Overall the feedback was very positive.  To view the results click here Full Feedback from patient survey June 2015

GP Survey

Latest feedback GP Survey Results

Electronic Prescribing System (EPS)

You are now able to order your repeat prescriptions via the email or by coming into the Practice and the prescriptions will go directly to your nominated pharmacy.  Please go to your local pharmacy or come to the Practice to nominate the pharmacy you would like to use.  You can still pick up paper copies or we can send them to you if you provide a stamped addressed envelope if you prefer.

Patient Participation Group Meeting

For further information please do email Jackie Hannam Practice Manager -

Join our Facebook Group - Dr Leaver & Partners Official Practice Participation Group. This is a closed group and only patients are accepted to join.

For notes of previous meetings click on the link below:

Notes of the PPG 24th February 2016

Notes of the PPG 26th November 2015

New: Oxford Out-of-hours GP record sharing initiative

Dr Leaver & Partners is part of an organisation called OxFed (Oxford Federation for General Practice and Primary Care). All 22 Oxford city GP practices have joined OxFed.

OxFed was set up in 2015 by local GPs to help GP practices and primary care teams to work together to improve the health and care of people of all ages and backgrounds who live, study or work in Oxford. 

The federation aims to:

Provide safe, effective and person-centred healthcare for the community

Support collaborative working between it's member practices and other organisations

Help practices share administration, management and other resources to improve the sustainability of general practice and the local NHS

Enhance the stability of it's member practices, and;

Improve the training and professional development of the teams working in our member practices.

OxFed has launched a new Out-of-Hours GP record sharing initiative. This will help patients receive safer, better coordinated care when their usual GP surgery is closed. Dr Leaver & Partners is pleased to be part of this initiative.

To find out how it will affect you please click on the link below:

Patient Leaflet

If you would like more information please ask one of our receptionists.

To find out more about OxFed go to the website 


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