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Welcome to Summertown Health Centre

We are a practice of six GP Partners and five salaried doctors, with GP registrars working alongside us. Our medical team also extends to Practice Nurses, Assistant Practitioners, Health Care Assistants, District Nurses, Health Visitors and Midwives, a Psychologist and a Drugs Worker.

Our main surgery is in Summertown, on the corner of Banbury and Marston Ferry Roads, but we also have branch surgeries in Cutteslowe and Wolvercote, where we hold regular clinics.

Should you or your family wish to register with us then please collect some registration forms from any of our surgery receptions or go to the 'new patients' section on the top left of this website to print out a copy.

Our practice area covers Summertown and North Oxford, including Wolvercote, Cutteslowe, Marston and Kidlington. It goes into the City Centre as far as Beaumont Street. We also provide medical services for students at the University Colleges of Trinity, St Hugh’s, St Edmund Hall and St Antony’s. We look after the Dragon School, St Edwards School and Summer Fields School.

Patient Survey Results

The results of our 2013/14 survey are now available. Please click here to read more.

We are now booking flu vaccine appointments

To see clinic dates and times please click here

Click here to check if you are eligible for a flu vaccination.


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(Site updated 18/09/2014)
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Flu Vaccine Information

We are now booking appointments for flu vaccinations.  Please contact reception to make your appointment. For more information about flu vaccinations please click here.

If you are interested in which sort of vaccine you should receive please click here..

Travel Vaccines

We are making a change to our travel vaccination service.  Please click here for further information.

 

 
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