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Live Well Oxfordshire

Have you ever wondered how to find out about local wellbeing activities and services? The Live Well Oxfordshire website is Oxfordshire County Council’s online directory of over 2000 activities and services available across the county.  The directory can be accessed here:

Carer’s Event

An event for carers is being held on Tuesday 11th September 2018 in Kidlington. Please click here for further information.



Fair Processing & Privacy Notice Updated

The General Data Protection Regulation becomes law on 25/5/2018 and we have updated our Fair Processing and Privacy Notice accordingly. Please click here to see the new notice.  



Online Access to Medical Records

If you wish to view your medical records online, please read this leaflet and complete this application form

If you have already registered as a user of our patient portal (called “Patient Access”) please send us your completed application form, marked for the attention of the Practice Manager.

If you have not yet registered as a user of Patient Access, please ask our reception desk to organise this for you. You will be asked to show your passport or photo-driving licence.

We will call you when your application has been processed. This can take up to 10 days. There is no charge for this service.  


July 2017

Carterton Health Centre - reception staffing

Reception at Carterton will soon reduce to a single member of staff each morning.

The clinical team will remain as it is currently but all repeat prescriptions will be prepared at Bampton

If you are a regular patient at Carterton and require repeat medication, please download and keep a copy of the update from the link below.

Hard copies are  also available to collect at Reception if you are visiting the Practice.

Carterton update - July 2017



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