King Edward Street Surgery

9 King Edward Street, Oxford, OX1 4JA

Tel:  01865 242657 

Email: kingedwardst.reception@nhs.net

 Fax: 01865 200983

Out of Hours – Dial 111      Emergency Ambulance – Dial 999

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                                      Welcome To The King Edward Street Surgery

This website has been designed to tell you about the practice and the services that we offer. We trust that you will find it helpful and informative.

You can navigate through this site by clicking on any buttons like this, situated towards the top and at the side of each page.  Any text in this purple colour can be clicked to link to another page or to an email address.

About Us

We are a long established city centre practice offering a broad range of services in a welcoming accessible environment. Managed by efficient courteous staff, we aim to provide an excellent service and are committed to your primary care needs. We practice in the heart of the city of Oxford and offer a service to both college students and residents of Oxford. We are situated at the bottom of King Edward Street on the left at the junction with Oriel Square.  King Edward Street is a turning off the High Street between Shepherd & Woodward and Sweaty Betty.  Find Us

We are a relatively small practice and this enables us to offer greater continuity of care and a more personalised service.

We have a keen interest in teaching and often have medical students present in the practice.  The medical students are in their fifth year of study and usually find their GP attachment very useful.   A poster will be displayed in reception when we have a student present and you will be asked if you have any objection to the medical student observing your consultation or if you would mind seeing the medical student prior to seeing the GP. There is no obligation to see the student. You’ll find the best paypal casino liste here, you have plenty of time to be!    

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Opening Hours

The surgery is open on Monday to Friday from 8.00am until 6.00pm.  Clinic times are spread throughout the day to provide maximum choice, although, on occasion, exact surgery times may vary.

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Out of Hours

After 6.30p.m. each evening, at weekends and on Bank Holidays, the Oxfordshire Primary Care Trust is responsible for the provision of out of hours services.  They provide this through an organisation called OXEMS.

Out of Hours can be contacted by telephone FREE on  111 (or for the cost of a local call by phoning 0845 345 8995)

When you phone 111, a receptionist will take details of your problem and pass these details to a doctor on duty.  The doctor will then phone you back to discuss your problem.  They may deal with your problem by giving you advice on the telephone or arrange a consultation at the GP Emergency Centre based at East Oxford Health Centre, Manzil Way, Cowley Road, Oxford. In some instances a doctor may visit your home.   

Between 6.00p.m. and 6.30p.m. Monday to Friday, in cases of real emergency only, calls are taken by one of our practice GPs.  The appropriate number is on the surgery answering machine.     

Click here for more information about health services that are available throughout the day and night from 111.

Click here for more information about the health services that are available to help you when we are closed.   

                             

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Disabled Access

We operate from a listed Victorian building and disabled access is a problem.  We do however comply with the Disability Act and offer disabled access in the form of ramps, handrails, chair lift and a disabled toilet.  The ramps are not a permanent feature but can be laid out at a moment’s notice.  The staff at the surgery are very willing to help you with any access problem – if you need help you can either inform us on the phone when you book your appointment or simply ring the bell on arrival at the surgery and we will attend to you.  If your disability prevents you attending the surgery the GPs would be happy to do a home visit.

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Translation Service

The surgery has access to a telephone interpreting service.  If you are likely to need this service or are arranging an appointment for someone else who is in need of this service please let us know, in advance, so the necessary arrangements can be made.

 

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Page last updated on 02 August 2013