Reception and enquiries

Common Conditions Room

Common Conditions Room

Let’s see what we can do…

Get immediate help with common conditions:

A to Z of Health

At the practice we run a minor illness clinic which aims to provide rapid access for acute problems.

Pharmacists can also advise on minor illnesses and injuries:

Alternatively you can visit your nearest Minor Injury Unit for help with minor injuries including sprains, burns and scalds, insect stings, cuts and grazes, animal bites and minor head injuries.

If you wish to get advice or see a Nurse or Doctor, please visit our Consulting Room.

Consulting room

Consulting room

How can we help you?

For Forms, Medicals, Test results and Certificates, and to find out about Appointments, please visit Reception

For appointment types available, please visit our Appointments page.

If you need advice when we are closed Call NHS 111.

Call 111

Call 111 at any time, 24 hours a day. You will speak to NHS professional staff who will help guide you on any medical issue. Find out more…
Calls are free from landlines and mobiles. 111
Get fast help from a Pharmacist with minor cuts, sprains, aches, colds, headaches, rashes, cystitis etc.

Visit a Pharmacist

  • No appointment necessary
  • Many pharmacists have a confidential area
  • Open till late and at weekends
See a Practice Nurse, Assistant Practitioner or Health Care Assistant for blood tests, minor illnesses, blood pressure checks, NHS Health Checks, contraception and health promotion clinics.

Contact a Nurse or the Health Care Team

For other services book an appointment on the phone01993 702911
Get medical advice and treatment from a Doctor.

Contact a Doctor

Book an appointment on the phone01993 702911

COVID-19 Support Room

COVID-19 Support Room

How can we help you?

If you think you might have coronavirus or you’ve been in close contact with someone who has it visit NHS 111 online coronavirus service for advice.

Well-being while staying at home

Taking care of your mind as well as your body is really important while staying at home because of coronavirus (COVID-19).

Visit NHS Every Mind Matters for advice, practice advice and support groups.

If you cannot wait to see a doctor and feel unable to cope or keep yourself safe, it’s important to get support.

Get urgent support now.

Keeping Active

To stay fit and healthy whilst at home, try the NHS Home workout videos.

Advice for patients with pre-existing conditions

Advice for Vulnerable Patients

Advice and help zone

Advice and help zone

Let’s see what we can do…

For Health reviews, including Asthma reviews and Smoking cessation please visit our Health Review Clinic.

Additional Services

Blue Badge Information

We do not issue Blue badges from the medical practice. For more information and to see if you’re eligible and how you can apply visit the Oxfordshire Council website. Find out more
It is practice policy not to provide supporting evidence for blue badge applications, please do not ask your GP to do this. If the local council requires more information they will contact your GP direct.

Health and Care Oxfordshire app

This app shows you the best place to get help when you are ill, injured or need treatment. Find out more

Witnery Continence Service

Please view our page for more information on the Witney Incontinence Service

Live Well Oxfordshire

Live Well Oxfordshire has information to help you to find your own way to meet any needs for support and care and for you, or a loved one, to lead the lives that you want.



A support service in Oxfordshire for people with Asperger Syndrome or High-Functioning Autism. Find out more

Lip Reading Course

Join a Lipreading course now and get your confidence back, there will be a course not too far from your door!

Lipreading courses are subsidised directly by Oxfordshire Adult Learning and fully supported and recommended by the Audiology Department at the John Radcliffe Hospital.

For further information kindly contact Sue Ferris on 07775 625 075

Contact via email

To enrol on one of our courses contact 0845 351 0646

Oxfordshire Country Council – Adult Learning

Course locations and fees for Lip Reading and British Sign Language

Medical Loans

The British Red Cross Medical Loan Service can provide short term loans of items such as wheelchairs, commodes and many other items. A Deposit is usually required.

The Witney Branch loan items, from the Methodist Church in the High Street between 1.30pm and 3.30pm on Tuesdays.

For Further details Contact Brenda Tomlin on 07951 746868
Alternatively you can visit the Red Cross Website or call them on 0845 0547 400

Community Connect

Community Connect help you to find local community groups and opportunities that you’ll enjoy, and support you to join:

You can self-refer or be referred by a Health Practitioner or GP

Telephone: 0300 004 04 01



Podiatry (Chiropody)

NHS and private podiatry services are available for foot health, advice and treatment. The service is available based on need, regardless of age. A doctors’ referral is necessary. Book an appointment 01993 862120

Antenatal Care

Antenatal Support - OUH

The OUH is offering a telephone helpline ‘As the midwife’ which is open from 11:00 – 19:00 every day (including weekends) for non-urgent queries for women registered to give birth at the Trust.

The helpline number is: 07919 213 667. Please share with expectant mothers.

Community Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit

The Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU) is a community service which cares for women who are in the early stages of pregnancy and experiencing pain, bleeding or other problems relating to their pregnancy.

Telephone: 01865 221142


Community Midwife

A Community Midwife shares in the care of all mothers before and after delivery. She can be contacted by the Medical Practice on 01993 702911

For non-urgent calls please leave a message on the answer phone at 01993 708742

For immediate attention telephone 01865 220221

Information on Maternity Care

Glucose Tolerance Test

If your Doctor or Midwife has referred you for a Glucose Tolerance Test appointment, please read the information leaflet below – it contains important information about preparing for your appointment and what to expect.

Glucose Tolerance Test

Further information

Whatever you want to know about getting pregnant, being pregnant or caring for your new baby, you should find it here – NHS – Your Pregnancy & Baby Guide

Midwife Clinics

The midwives run a clinic at the Witney Community Hospital from Monday to Friday 1.00pm – 4.00pm. Anyone wishing to see a midwife for advice will be welcome at this clinic.01993 708742

Planning your Pregnancy

If you’re planning on getting pregnant, you can improve your chances of conceiving and having a successful pregnancy. Follow these steps

UK National Screening Committee (NSC)

Provides key facts and resources for Antenatal and Newborn screening programmes. Find out more


Care Cancer Toolkit

Care cancer toolkit – This Primary Care Cancer Toolkit provides a collection of key resources about cancer prevention, diagnosis and care relevant for the primary care setting. It provides links to current guidance, patient information, and information for those involved in commissioning.

The Primary Care Cancer Toolkit has been developed by the RCGP in collaboration with Cancer Research UK as part of our partnership to raise awareness and knowledge of the role of primary care in cancer control. If you are accessing these resources from outside the UK, bear in mind that guidelines and systems may be different.



Caring for Me and You

Online therapy package designed specifically to support people caring for someone with Dementia. Find out more

Carers Oxfordshire

Free, confidential advice, support, advocacy and information. 27 Horsefair, Banbury OX16 0AE 08457 125546

Emergency Carers support service

There are also courses available for carers, available in various location or online. Find out more

Carers UK

This site provides a wealth of information for carers. Find out more

Rethink Carers Support Service

A free service for or carers of patients affected by mental illness. Patients to not have to be receiving help or have formal diagnoses. Telephone 01865 455877

Witney Social Services

Social Services may be able to help both the carer and the person for whom they are caring. Find out more

Child Health

Chicken Pox

Chickenpox is a mild and common childhood illness that most children catch at some point. Find out more

Fever in Children

A fever is a high temperature. As a general rule, in children, a temperature of over 37.5C (99.5F) is a fever. Find out more

Further information

From warts and measles to chickenpox and tonsillitis, find out how to recognise some of the most common childhood conditions NHS – Childhood Illness

Hand Foot and Mouth Disease

Hand, foot and mouth disease is a viral infection that can affect young children. Find out more


Head lice are tiny insects that live in human hair. They’re particularly common in children. Find out more

Slapped Cheek Syndrome

Slapped cheek syndrome is a viral infection that’s most common in children, It usually causes a bright red rash to develop on the cheeks. Find out more

Wednesday Drop-in

The Health Visiting Team offer advice and support for well babies and children every Wednesday at the Wesley Children’s Centre (Methodist Church) from 9.15am – 11.00am.


In Oxfordshire we provide a wide range of mental health services for children and young people (CAMHS) and community services.

These include the School Health Nursing service, Integrated Therapies and Family Nurse Partnership.

Find out more

Self-refer to this service


National Diabetes Audit

If you have diabetes, non-diabetic hyperglycaemia, impaired glucose tolerance or pre-diabetes, your GP practice will share information about your diabetes care and treatment with the NDA. The type of information and how it is shared, is controlled by law and enforced by strict rules or confidentiality and security. Find out more

See the results of past audits

Diabetes UK

From care and support to prevention, campaigning, fundraising and research, we’re tackling the fastest-growing health threat in the UK. Find out more

Further Information

For more information about diabetes and how to treat it visit NHS – Diabetes

During the Coronavirus Pandemic

Please follow the government advice to keep yourself safe.


The diabetes UK website has a useful section covering a range of aspects about diabetes and coronavirus


Oxford Health are providing an urgent clinical advice hotline number is 01865 857 357, 8am until 4pm. (Outside this time is 0300 3047777)

Patients can also email this service

The practice or 111 can be contacted by phone in the usual way.

Clinical non urgent questions on our can be sent though our website


The practice will defer the majority of ‘in practice’ routine diabetes monitoring reviews.

The team will be moving to virtual reviews by phone during this period. Please wait to be contacted about your routine review.



BRACE funds world class clinical and laboratory research into Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia to find better treatments, achieve earlier diagnosis and one day, a cure.

Telephone: 0117 414 4831



Alzheimer's Society

Alzheimer’s Society is the only UK charity that campaigns for change, funds research to find a cure and supports people living with dementia today.

Telephone: 0330 333 0804


Dementia Oxfordshire

Dementia Oxfordshire is a partnership between three local charities, Age UK Oxfordshire, Guideposts and YoungDementia UK, who are bringing together their specialist expertise to develop and deliver a new Dementia Support Service for people of all ages.

The service is free to use. It is supported financially by Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group and Oxfordshire County Council.

Telephone: 01865 410 210


Dental Treatment

Emergency Dental Treatment

We do not provide emergency dental treatment in this health centre.

If you are registered with a dentist then telephone them in an emergency.

Alternatively, please contact NHS 111

Domestic Violence


The county have organised a campaign to increase the early reporting of abuse and to publicise a range of services to help people experiencing abuse and their families and friends. The helpline has been launched with 250 champions in front-line agencies across Oxfordshire, trained to help and support victims, providing a one-stop service. Contact them now 0800 731 0055

Reducing the Risk

Provides advice, support anmd help for people affected by domestic violence. Find out more

Further Information

Oxford Women’s Aid 01865 791416

Domestic Violence Coordinators 01295 754625

Housing Rights 01865 247853

Victim Support 01865 751511

Drugs, Alcohol and Addiction

Turning Point

The wellbeing cloud provides information and support to help you improve your wellbeing and make changes in your life. Find out more.

Abingdon Help Centre

Telephone 01865 328400

Al-Anon Family Groups

Provides support to anyone whose life is, or has been, affected by someone else’s drinking. Find out more

Alcohol Concern

A small charity working in England and Wales trying to change the conversations and attitudes people have about alcohol. Find out more

Base33 Youth Centre

A youth charity based in Witney. Telephone 01993 774402 Find out more


If you’re worried about your own or someone else’s drinking, you can call this free helpline, in complete confidence.0300 123 1110

Help for problem gambling

Being a compulsive gambler can harm your health and relationships, and leave you in serious debt.

If you have a problem with gambling and you’d like to stop, support and treatment is available.


One You Drinks Tracker - Mobile App

Drinking a bit too much can sneak up on you. Our free drinks tracker app makes it easy to keep an eye on the booze and take control with daily tips and feedback.

Download on the Apple App Store

Download on the Android App Store

Talk to Frank

If you have a problem with drugs Talk to Frank for friendly, confidential drugs advice.0300 123 6600 Talk online

Turning Point (Witney Outpost)

For help with drug and alcohol advice. Telephone 01993 849405

Further information

1000For more information about the benefits of drinking less, top tips and more visit NHS – Drinking and Alcohol
Alternatively, for more information on how drug misuse can be harmful to your health visit NHS – The Effects of Drugs

Elderly Care

Age UK

The UK largest charity working with older people. Find out more

Witney Continence Service

Please see our page for more information on the Witney Continence Service

Elderly Accommodation Counsel

Details on virtually all UK based care homes. Find out more

Foot Care - Solemates

Footcare Sole Mates is a simple footcare service to help maintain and improve the independence and mobility of older people in our community.

This service is for older people who are unable to cut their own nails through reasons of frailty and difficulty bending, poor eyesight or problems with dexterity.

There is a fee of £13 per treatment.
For further information please contact Sole Mates on 01865 717615 or email

Generation Games

Exercise for over 50’s, provided by Age UK Oxfordshire’s physical activity service. Find out more

End of Life Care


We have a range of information and links for bereavement support, planning ahead and end of life decisions.
Find out more

Advanced Care Planning – End of Life Care

Advanced Care Planning – End of Life Care Information

Eye Conditions / Hearing

Eye Emergencies

Oxford Eye Hospital provides a walk-in service for urgent eye symptoms. Open Monday – Friday 8.30am – 4.00pm, Weekends and Bank Holidays 8.30am – 3.00pm. Find out more

Minor Eye Conditions Service (MECS)

Local opticians are participating in a new service which provides assessment and treatment for people with recently occuring minor eye conditions. Find out more

NHS Hearing Aid Repair Clinics

Clinics operate regularly at Witney Community Hospital.

First Wednesday of every month 9.30am – 12.30pm
Second Thursday of every month 9.30am-12.30pm
Fourth Thursday of every month 9.30am – 12.30pm

Flu Clinics
Hay fever

Hay fever

Hay fever is caused by an allergy to pollen. The symptoms of hay fever are caused when a person has an allergic reaction to pollen. Common hay fever symptoms are:

  • – a runny, itchy and/or blocked nose
  • – sneezing
  • – itchy eyes

Treatment - Steroid nasal sprays

Steroid nasal sprays help to prevent or reduce inflammation in the lining of the nose and some can help to relieve watery eyes.

Available from your local pharmacy.

Treatment - Decongestants

Decongestant nasal sprays and tablets are used to unblock the nose.

Available from your local pharmacy.

Treatment - Eye drops

Eye drops can be used to treat itchy or watery eyes.

Available from your local pharmacy.

Treatment - Antihistamines

Antihistamines help to relieve a runny nose, sneezing, itching and watery eyes.

Available from your local pharmacy.

Further information

For more information about hay fever and how to treat it visit

NHS – Hay fever

Keeping Healthy


Windrush Medical Practice is signing up to be a parkrun practice.

We are encouraging patients and staff to attend the Witney parkrun as volunteers, runners, walkers, spectators. This is great for everyone’s physical, mental and social wellbeing.

It’s completely free; An opportunity to make friends and be part of a welcoming, supportive community; improves health and wellbeing through physical activity, including volunteering; It is NOT a race – you can walk, run, jog or spectate: You can take your child, pram or dog.

It’s a 3 lap, 5k in total circuit, so you could even just walk one short loop (1k) to get started with.

When: Every Saturday Morning 9am kick off with great parking,

Location: West Witney Sports ground, Burford Rd OX29 0NB

More information:

Helpful Perception Vs Reality video:

Health and Care Oxfordshire app

This app shows you the best place to get help when you are ill, injured or need treatment. Find out more

Health & Care Oxfordshire App

Oxfordshire CCG has launched a new smartphone app to provide local people with valuable advice about the best places to get help when they are ill or injured in Oxfordshire. Find out more

Patient Health Advice

791 leaflets on health and disease. Our GPs have these same leaflets on their computer to print out for patients and carers during consultations. Find out more

Mental Health

TalkingSpace Plus

This service is for people aged 18 upwards with mild to moderate anxiety disorders and depression, including those over 65. Self-referral without a GP appointment is available. 01865 901222 Find out more

CBT Group Newsletter

Depression Alliance

Depression Alliance is the leading charity in the UK for anyone affected by depression. Offers opportunities to meet and chat, join a self-help group and learn more about treatment and recovery. Get advice now


Information and Support for all mental health issues. Mind Infoline 0300 123 3393 Find out more

Oxfordshire Mental Health Information

Links to mental health and community services in Oxfordshire, provided by Oxfordshire County Council. Find out more


If something is troubling you, call Samaritans free, 24 hours a day 365 days a year.116 123 Find out more


In Oxfordshire we provide a wide range of mental health services for children and young people (CAMHS) and community services.

These include the School Health Nursing service, Integrated Therapies and Family Nurse Partnership.

Find out more

Self-refer to this service


SANE is a leading UK mental health charity working to improve quality of life for anyone affected by mental illness. Telephone 0845 7678000 Find out more

South Central Veteran's Service

A specialist mental health service for anyone who has served in the British Armed Forces (regular and reserves)South Central Veteran’s Service

The Harm Minimisation Service Oxfordshire

The brand new Harm Minimisation Service (HMS) has replaced the former Specialist Community Addictions Service (SCAS), offering a
range of new services.

Find out more

Clinic Opening and Drop-in Times

Further information

For more information about mental health, ways to cope with it and more visit

NHS – Mental Health

One You – Feeling Stressed?

Royal College of Psychiatrists

Information and discussion on a range of mental health topics, including podcasts and videos. Find out more


Help, information and support for all those affected by mental illness. Find out more

Minor Illnesses

Ear Wax Removal / Syringing

Self Treatment for a build-up of ear wax is often safe and effective. Please read and follow the guidance in our self-treatment leaflet. Alternative options to self-treatment are:

  • Referral to Ear Clinic at John Radcliffe (waiting time is approximately 12-16 weeks) – if you want this then please book a routine appointment with a Health Care Assistant who can check your ears for wax and then will arrange for your GP to do the referral.
  • Private wax removal services are available in Witney and surrounding area.

Minor Illness Clinic

From Monday, March 23 the Trust will be operating a reduced service due to the redeployment of staff responding to increasing demands caused by the coronavirus outbreak.

Therefore the opening hours of Minor Injuries Units (MIUs) and First Aid Units (FAUs) are changing.

From today the Minor Injury Unit at Witney Community Hospital is operating reduced hours but remains open seven days a week, from 10.00 am until 6.30 pm.

The Minor Illness clinic is run by our specially trained nurses, who are able to assess, diagnose and treat most problems, provide prescriptions when required and have the back up of the Duty Doctor at all times. This clinic is not suitable for babies under the age of six months. Book an appointment 01993 702911

Find out more

Minor Surgery

Most of the doctors carry out minor surgery. This can involve freezing warts, removing lumps and bumps and injecting joints. Book an appointment 01993 702911

Dr Bright offers an ear suction service for certain ear problems. You need to see your own GP who will make arrangements with Dr Bright as necessary. This service is unique in this area and often removes the need to travel to the hospital.


Further Information

For more information visit NHS – Physiotherapy

Exercising to Help Painful Weak Joints

Exercise helps mind, body and joints. We have provided an information leaflet which describes exercises that can help with various types of muscle and joint pain. Read the leaflet

You Can Refer Yourself!

You can refer yourself if you:

have already tried physical therapy yourself
have an MSK related issue/ condition
are registered with an Oxfordshire GP
are over 18 years old
are able to speak English
are not under the care of a hospital consultant for the same problem

Refer yourself here


Facilities are available at Deer Park Medical Centre. A referral from a doctor is necessary so please book an appointment with your GP. Find out more

Before making an appointment with our Advance Diagnostic Physiotherapist or your GP please take a look at the self help advice

Physiotherapy Self Help Leaflets

The following booklets have been provided by the Oxford University Hospital Trust.

ACL Reconstruction

Activity Levels

Ankle Sprain



Low Back Pain

Phalangeal Fractures



Postnatal Care & Clinics

Babies Sleep

Is your baby sleeping safely? Find out more

Early Days Group

For babies up to 12 weeks old, offering health advice and support with feeding. Bring your lunch and meet new parents. Every Thursday from 11.30am – 1.00pm at the Wesley Children’s Centre (Methodist Church) in the Radford Room.

Introduction to Solid Foods

This clinic is held on the first and third Wednesday of each month at the Witney Children’s Centre (Methodist Church) in the Wesley Centre from 11.30am – 12.30pm.

Wednesday Drop-in

The Health Visiting Team offer advice and support for well babies and children at the Wesley Children’s Centre (Methodist Church) from 9.15am – 11.00am.


Safeguarding Concerns

For members of the public wishing to raise concerns about adult safeguarding issues:

For members of the public wishing to raise concerns about a child:

LCSS North Opening Hours: 8.30 – 5pm (Mon – Thurs) 8.30am – 4pm (Fri)

Telephone: 0345 241 2703


Sexual Health


Brook provides free and confidential sexual health and wellbeing services for nearly 250,000 young people UK-wide, each year. Get advice now

Chlamydia Screening

We now offer a free Chlamydia screening service which is available at the Health Centre. Our patients can access screening by requesting a kit through the Oxfordshire Contraception and Sexual Health services at The Alec Turnbull Centre, First floor, Raglan House between Towns Road Cowley Oxford OX4 3JH.

Opening times are:
Monday -Thursday 9.30am – 7.00pm
Friday 9.30am – 4.00pm
Saturday 10.30am -1.30pm.

Contact them on 01865 456666

Further information

For more information about Sexual Health topics including a contraception guide visit NHS – Sexual Health

Family Planning Association

They are a sexual health charity. They give straightforward information and support on sexual health, sex and relationships to everyone in the UK. Find out more

Oxfordshire Sexual Health Service

This website is aimed at everyone who is sexually active and provides information on contraception, STIs, unplanned pregnancy, emergency contraception and sexual assault. Find out more

Levels of Service

Prostate Testing

For advice and information on Prostate Cancer call the Specialist nurses on 0800 074 8383

Find out more

Sexual Health clinic

We provide a walk-in sexual health clinic for registered and non-registered patients on the ground floor at the Windrush Health Centre, Mondays and Wednesdays from 3.30pm – 6.30pm. Registered patients can also access family planning advice and a range of contraceptive services with our nurses. Book an appointment 01993 702911

Find out more

National Sexual Health Helpline

If you would like to talk to someone about a sexual health issue, you can call the national sexual health helpline. Your call will be treated with sensitivity and in strict confidence. The Sexual Health Helpline is open from 9am-8pm, Monday-Friday.

0300 123 7123

Witney Pregnancy Crisis Clinic

Offers advice about unexpected pregnancy, free testing and post abortion advice. They also offer a 10 week one-to-one post abortion recovery clinic. Contact them on 07815 645534


Stop Smoking

Mobile Service Clinic

We have a mobile service clinic that can be found in the Witney Market Place on Tuesdays 09.30 – 17.00


Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) was established in 1971 (20 January) by the Royal College of Physicians. It is a campaigning public health charity that works to eliminate the harm caused by tobacco. Find out more

SmokeFreeLife Oxfordshire

The free Stop Smoking service for Oxfordshire. Find out more

Get Support Now

Choose from an app, Quit Kit, email, SMS and face-to-face guidance. Sign up now

Stop Smoking Clinics

Here for Health
Blue Outpatients, Level 2, John Radcliffe Hospital
Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm
Tel: 01865 221429

Smoke Free Life
The clinic is located 7 days a week inside Castle Quay Shopping Centre
Tel: 01865 481442

Find your nearest Smoking Cessation service


Advice, support and online tools for smoking cessation. Find out more

Further information

For more information about the benefits of stopping smoking, top tips and more visit

NHS – Stop Smoking

One You – Thinking of quitting?

Tests & Results

Blood Taking

You can book times to have blood tests on:

  • Mondays to Fridays AM
  • Tuesdays to Thursdays PM

Book your blood test online

Alternatively, telephone the surgery between:

  • 11.00am – 12.15pm or
  • 2.30pm – 6.00pm


ECGs are ordered by the doctor and carried out by a nurse or one of the health care team, and are done by appointment only.

Find out more about the procedure here

Request Test Results

Request results of tests done in the practice.

Find out more

Weight Management

Seeking help with Weight Management

Get help and advice and find out how you can self refer to slimming world, weight watchers, achieve health weight loss Oxfordshire or Man V Fat at

Am I a Healthy Weight

Calculation your BMI using this NHS Tools

Get started on the nhs 12 Week Weight Loss Plan

The plan is designed to help you lose weight and keep it off. Get started now

Community Connect

Community Connect help you to find local community groups and opportunities that you’ll enjoy, and support you to join:

You can be referred but your GP or health practitioner, or refer yourself.

Telephone: 0300 004 04 01



Slimming World

You’ll find delicious recipe and menu ideas at your local group, along with all the help you need to get started and reach your target weight. Find out more

Want to get more active

Get help and advice from NHS including 10 Minute workouts, 12 week fitness plan, running & cycling for beginners and much more. Get help now

Weight Watchers

Meetings, Online or a little bit of both. We’ve got options and support, whatever your lifestyle. Find out more

Further information

For more information about the benefits of losing weight, top tips and more visit

NHS – Weight Loss

One You – How healthy is your food?

One You – How much have you moved today?

Young People

Meningitis Vaccination

Students who are going to University are recommended to have the Men ACWY vaccination.

View the information leaflet from Public Health England

More information on NHS

Health Review Clinic

Health Review Clinic

Here we can help you monitor your condition

Long term conditions

Prescriptions and dispensary

Administration office