St Bartholomew's Medical Centre
Tel: 01865 221696
A midwife from the John Radcliffe Hospital shares antenatal care with the doctors. She sees you in the surgery for a one hour appointment when you are about 10 weeks pregnant and will plan the rest of your antenatal care at that time.
Drugs and Alcohol Therapist
A drugs and alcohol therapist from Turning Point attends the surgery once a week to help with the wellbeing and recovery of those with an addiction.
Based at the East Oxford health Centre
District nurses provide skilled assessment and nursing care to housebound adults, their families and carers. The service includes palliative and end-of-life care, management of long term conditions, wound care and continence advice and management.
The daytime service is available 7 days a week between 08:00 and 16:30.
Out of hours, the service can be contacted on 0845 345 8995.
Based at the East Oxford Health Centre
Health Visitors offer antenatal education and postnatal care to expectant mothers as well as care for children under 5. They visit babies 10 to 14 days after birth and thereafter see mother and baby at the surgery. They offer parenting advice for children up to 18 years and support or referral for post-natal depression.
Clinics are held at East Oxford Heath Centre on Thursday mornings for child health and pre-school immunisations.
Telephone: 01865 264967.
Alison Taylor from the Isis Midwife Team
The midwives work in the practice caring for women throughout their pregnancies together with the doctors. They look after women during labour in the John Radcliffe Hospital or at home and in the early days after delivery. If you have a history of problems in pregnancy or labour, care may be shared with the hospital team
The midwife holds a clinic at the surgery every Tuesday morning, and they can be contacted on 01865 221 696
Clare Allen is our main District Nurse
The nurses provide care and support to housebound patients and carers in their own home. They offer a broad nursing service specialising in areas of palliative care, wound care and management of continence
The daytime service is available between 08:00 and 16:00
They may be contacted on 01865 903 075
Our Health Visiting team receive training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.
The health visitors head office is at New Radcliffe House and their telephone number is: 01865 903 077
The external Health Visitor Drop-In clinics in our area (as of March 2015) are:
|Monday||New Radcliffe House, Walton Street, Oxford, OX2 6NW||10.00am -12.00pm|
|Tuesday||South Parade Clinic, South Parade, Summertown, OX2 7JN||10.00am -12.00pm|
|Tuesday||Grandpont Children’s Centre, Whitehouse Road, OX1 4QH||10.00am -12.00pm|
|Thursday||North Oxford Children’s Centre, Wren Road, OX2 7SX||10.30am - 11.30am|
|Thursday||Elms Road Children’s Centre, Botley, OX2 9JZ||10.00am -12.00pm|
PCN (Primary Care Network) Staff
The practice is part of a Primary care network which consists of 4 local practices, current services we are providing for our practice population together are
Physio, Physicians Associates, Social Prescribers, the Practices are also jointly running Covid Vaccination Clinics – for further information on these services please contact the practice.