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Online Appointments

Please do NOT book an appointment online for the following:

  • Minor surgery
  • Coils and implants
  • Medicals (eg. Taxi, HGV)
  • 6 week checks
  • Newborn checks
  • Or if you require a translator

If you are unsure or require an appointment for one of the above please telephone reception on 01295 225533 and they will book the appointment for you with the necessary time allocation.

GP Collaboration

GP Collaboration

The PML Federation of GPs is a not-for-profit collaboration involving 51 GP practices in Oxfordshire and Northamptonshire, and serving a population of over 500,000 registered patients. In Oxfordshire, the PML Federation is the largest collaborative group of GPs in the county, involving 36 of the county's GP practices. In South Northamptonshire 15 GP practices are involved.

GP members working together can develop services that reach a broader geographical area than their individual GP practices. This approach enables them to work more efficiently and to develop services to meet the specific needs of their local populations.

As part of the PML Federation, GP members remain independent providers but work together on specific projects and schemes, which are managed through the corporate services provided by PML. Offices in Banbury provide administrative and management support, and expertise in governance and strategic planning.

For more information click here

Primary Care Visiting Service

The Primary Care Visiting Service is made up of a team of emergency care clinicians working closely with GP practices and other community health and social care services. The team provide home visits to patients on behalf of their GP within their home environment. 

The aim is to identify the need for early support before a patient's condition deteriorates and they need to be admitted to hospital.


Neighbourhood Access Hubs

Neighbourhood Access Hubs provide same-day (and pre-bookable evening and weekend) appointments for patients as an alternative to an appointment at their own GP practice. The aim is to provide access for same-day needs while relieving GPs of the pressure of providing mainly reactive care for minor illnesses. This helps GP practices meet the increasing demand for appointments and enables them to have more time for planned care.

A Neighbourhood Access Hub is not a ‘Walk-in Centre’ – patients are referred by their own GP practice for an appointment following triage. It is not possible to make an appointment with the Hub directly.

In North Oxfordshire the Neighbourhood Access Hub operates from Banbury Health Centre on weekdays, Monday to Friday from 9:00am to 6.30pm, and on Saturday and Sunday mornings. On weekday evenings from 6:30pm to 8:00pm, the service operates from GP practices across the north locality.

For more information click here

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