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Clinics and Services

Covid Vaccination

Get information about COVID-19 vaccination, who can get it, and safety and side effects

Learn more about COVID-19 vaccinations on the NHS website

District Nurses

Employed by Oxfordshire Health NHS Foundation Trust, District Nurses give care and treatment to patients in their own homes. They assess patients’ needs and give advice and support to relatives caring for the sick and disabled. They are registered nurses with additional specialist training with a wide range of skills and knowledge. They provide care to patients in Oxfordshire who have specific needs that can be met by the specialist skills of the District Nursing team.

They provide your nursing care within your home or another community setting, for example a day centre. Arrange for your care to be shared with your GP, Practice Nurse or other health professional.  This may mean that you will need to attend your GP Practice or Health Centre to receive your care. Transfer you to an alternative service that is more appropriate for you.

They can provider help and support in the following areas:

  • Help for those with long term conditions and illnesses
  • Palliative and end of life care
  • Wound management, for example post-operative wounds or leg ulcers
  • Rehabilitation following surgery, disability, accident or illness
  • Promotion of self-care through education, including for carers
  • Promotion of continence and assessment of continence problems

Health promotion, advice and support. Call the District Nurse Duty Desk on 01865 904980

Find out more from Oxfordshire Health’s Community Nursing website

Flu Vaccination

Find information about the flu jab, including who should have it, why and when

Learn more about flu vaccinations on the NHS website

Health Visitors

Health visitors are also employed by Oxford Health and are qualified nurses with additional specialist training to offer expert, invaluable advice and support to families with children in the first five years of life.

Oxfordshire Health 

Bluebell Centre (opposite Didcot Wave)
Hillary Drive
OX11 8PS

Find out more about Oxfordshire's Health Visiting team on their website

For confidential support or advice, it's safe and easy for you to speak to one of the Oxfordshire Health Visiting team via ChatHealth Parentline for 0 to 4 years.

You don't have to give your name if you prefer not to, just send a text to ParentLine on 07312 263081.


Routine pregnancy care in Oxfordshire is carried out by midwives supported by hospital doctors when needed. Your GP remains available if you are unwell during pregnancy.

For pregnancy care please contact the Community Midwifery Team on 01491 826037

For more information please visit Oxford University Hospitals Antenatal Services.

NHS Health Check

The NHS Health Check is your chance to get your free midlife MOT. For adults in England aged 40-74 without a pre-existing condition, it checks your circulatory and vascular health and what your risk of getting a disabling vascular disease is.

Why should I get checked?

As we get older, we have a higher risk of developing something dangerous like high blood pressure, heart disease or type 2 diabetes. Your NHS Health Check can spot early signs and help prevent these happening to you, which means you'll be more likely to enjoy life for longer. 

How do I get an NHS Health Check?

If you're in the 40-74 age group without a pre-existing condition, we will write to invite you for a free NHS Health Check. Don't worry if you haven't got your invitation yet, as you will be invited for one over the next few years.

I've had an invitation letter. What do I do now?

Call the surgery and tell the Receptionist that you would like to make an appointment for an NHS Health Check. Health Check appointments are offered at specific clinic times, so it is important that you tell the Receptionist what you wish to book.

You don't have to wait If you're eager to take control of your health, you don't have to wait for an NHS Health Check.

Learn more about NHS Health Checks

School Nurses

Please visit School and College Health Nurses for service information and how to get in touch.

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