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Welcome to 19 Beaumont Street Surgery

  

We are an NHS medical practice in central Oxford. Our team includes Doctors, Practice Nurses, District Nurses, Health Visitors, Midwife, Physiotherapist, CounsellorAddictions Nurses, Benefits Advisor and non clinical staff including Practice Manager, Patient Services Manager, Reception & Administration Staff. We usually have two junior doctors attached to us for further training and occasionally have medical students.  We are also the college doctors to 11 University of Oxford Colleges. 
   
19 Beaumont Street Surgery is committed to the founding principles of the National Health Service, providing NHS care free at the point of need to our patients. Read more about our ethos in our practice charter and about the services we provide.
 
If you have any queries about the services we provide or would like to register, please contact us.
 
If you have any feedback on the service you receive, this website or anything to do with the practice, please let us know.

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Data from your medical records is shortly going to be extracted by a government computer system from the Health and Social Care Information Centre (HSCIC). For more information click here. To opt out please contact reception

 

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    Practice Survey

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    We have successfully set up a Practice Virtual Patient group that communicate via e-mailpatient survey and we have a number of patients involved;
    Would you like to be involved too?

    The purpose of creating our Patient Participation Group was to ensure that we
    involve patients in decisions about the range and quality of the services we offer. We want patients to be involved in decisions that lead to changes to the services we provide. We want the group to be representative of the population that we provide a service for.

    We will ask the members of this Patient Representative Group some questions from time to time, such as what you think about our opening times or the quality of the care or service you received. We will contact you via email. 

    We have currently run a patient survey in which the PPG were keenly involved and the results of this can be seen by clicking on the survey tab.
    Patient_Participation_Report_2014_K84016.pdf