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Enstone Road, Charlbury, Oxfordshire, OX7 3PQTel: 01608 811680
MBBCh (Wales 1992) Senior Partner
Dip Practical Dermatology July 2018 (Distinction)
BSc, MBBS, DRCOG, MRCGP, Dip Pall Med
B Med Sci, BMBS, PG Cert Med Ed, DFSRH, MRCGP
Currently on maternity leave until 2022
BMBS - 2008 Peninsular Medical School
Diploma Palliative Medicine - 2014
Our healthcare assistants are an important member of the nursing team and works under the supervision of a qualified nurse.
Practice Managing Partner
PA to Practice Manager/Office Manager
Registrations & Medical/Insurance Reports Administrator
The community midwife works with the doctors, sharing ante-natal care and particularly the care of mothers and new babies. The midwife clinic takes place weekly on a Wednesday at Charlbury Medical Centre.
Newly expectant mums should make an appointment to see their doctor before arranging an appointment with the midwife.
In addition to the weekly clinics held at the Medical Centre you can make an appointment at The Cotswold Birth Centre, Chipping Norton 7 days a week. (Please telephone: 01608 697930).
The District Nurses provide nursing care to patients and families in their own home. Some of the services include support, rehabilitation, information about community care, health education, continence advice and advice on benefits. They work in close liaison with the practice
Telephone: 01608 811340 (8am - 6.30pm weekdays) and 111 out of Hours.
The Health Visiting team provide practical support and advice to families with children aged 0-5 years.
Health visitors are qualified nurses with specialist training in child health, health promotion and education. They work closely with GP's and other agencies to promote the health of the whole community.
They visit families in a variety of settings including the home, and hold a health clinic at Charlbury Medical Centre Monday - Thursday.
Tel: 01608 810649.
On Fridays please contact the Health Visitor on 01865 903937.