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Bampton Medical Practice - Next Patients Participation (PPG) Meeting will take place at the surgery on the 16 September 2015 at 13.00.  Want to know more about what the PPG are doing?  Click on the below link on the right hand side, Have your say / Patient Group. Oxford Health are proposing to move the District Nurses from Bampton Surgery to Broadshires.  The District Nurses are very important to patient care and the set up at Bampton provides a gold standard for patients registered at Bampton.  Your help is needed to keep the District Nurses at Bampton.

Bampton Medical Practice will now not be undertaking cryotherapy appointments with the practice nurses.  Please click on the below tab on the left hand side called 'warts and veruccas' for more information.

 
  
 

The way we manage your health records is changing.  For more information click on the following link Health Records

Welcome to the Website for Bampton Medical Practice 
providing surgeries at Bampton Surgery and 
Carterton Health Centre

Surgery

The Bampton Medical Practice covers Bampton and the surrounding villages of Aston, Cote, Clanfield, Black Bourton, Alvescot, Brize Norton and the town of Carterton where it has a branch surgery situated in the Carterton Health Centre. The surgery in Bampton is a beautiful, spacious purpose built building which was opened in 1991. We offer a full range of NHS services. In addition we have an on-site Pharmacy at the Bampton Surgery.

So that you can identify staff in the practice, they will all be wearing name badges.  There is also a photoboard in the entrance to reception which includes attached staff such as District Nurses and Health Visitors.

Occasionally we have a medical student attached to the practice.  We feel this is an important part of our work in training future doctors and we ask for our patients co-operation.  However, we respect your wishes if you do not want a student to sit in during a consultation. 

Patient Participation Group (PPG) - Bampton Medical Practice hold PPG meetings throughout the year.  If you are interested in adding your voice to what goes on at Bampton Medical Practice then please do get intouch with the surgery on 01993 850257, inform the reception staff that you are interested in joining the PPG and the practice manager will send you out a PPG pack.  The next PPG meeting will be on the 16 September at 13.00 at Bampton Medical Practice.

Choose and Book Appointments

Choose and book appointments have changed to the NHS e Service, this replaces Choose and Book as of the 15 Jun 2015.  For more information please click on the below link.

http://www.nhs.uk/choiceintheNHS/Yourchoices/appointment-booking/Pages/about-the-referral-system.aspx

Routine Reviews of Medical Conditions

The surgery are changing the way that routine reviews are undertaken.  We will be calling patients forward for routine reviews, this is in order to free up some GP appointments during the winter months when the surgery is generally more busier.  Patients will either recieve a text message requesting them to book an appointment or if we do not have a mobile telephone contact number a member of the team will ring the patient at home.

Remember to follow the Choose Well advice when we are closed and if you need medical assistance or advice call 111 to access the Out of Hours Service.

View your medical details such as vaccinations, allergies, medications and problems, you can access the service here: On line access and follow the instructions to create your account. Once you have logged in you will be able to access the facility, from any computer, day or night providing flexibility even when you are at work or away from home. 

(Site updated 25/08/2015)
For appointments and prescriptions please use the Online Services link above. Alternatively, just click here.
 
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