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The Key Medical PracticeTel: 01865 842292
The Key Medical PracticeTel: 01865 379345
Registered in 1986MRChB MRCGP DCH DpTher
Registered in London 1996MRCGP MRCP MBBS BSc
Registered India 1990MBBS MS Ophthalmology (2000) DRCOG DFFP
GPs in Training:
Our GPs provide support and mentorship for doctors training in general practice so it is possible that you may be offered an appointment with one of these junior colleagues. You will be made aware at the time of your booking that the doctor suggested is in training. At all times these doctors will be supervised by one of our experienced GPs so you can be confident in their care.
If you prefer not to be seen by one of these doctors please let reception know and you will be booked with another clinician.
Please note that if you are seen by a doctor in training you may be asked to consent to your consultation being recorded. This is a very important component of training. If you choose not to give your consent, your wishes will be respected and your care will not be affected in any way.
The nursing team offers a wide range of services including first aid, minor injury advice, routine injections, general health checks, contraception, travel advice and management of chronic illnesses.
Kathryn is responsible for facilitating the work of all the practice staff and for the day to day organisation and administration of the practice. She works with the GP partners to make sure the practice continues to provide excellent patient care. If you have any concerns or complaints about the care you receive at the practice, or if you have any suggestions that you feel would improve the services we offer, please write to Kathryn at the practice.
We have an efficient team who handle the general administration and secretarial needs for the practice.
The reception team have the responsibility for the day-to-day appointments system at the surgery. They are here to help make your visit to the surgery as easy as possible and are happy to respond to any enquiries.
Telephone number: 01869 243763
We have a team of midwives working with us from the Blenheim Team providing antenatal care in conjunction with our doctors. The midwives can help you with all aspects of care during your pregnancy and immediately following the birth of your baby. They hold regular antenatal clinics at the surgeries in Kidlington and Yarnton and arrange parent craft classes during the antenatal period. The midwifery team is on call 24 hours a day.
Telephone number: 01865 904130
The District Nurses work closely with the doctors, visiting people of all ages in their homes. District Nurses are responsible for identifying and assessing the total needs of patients and for planning, initiating and providing appropriate care. They have knowledge of local and national services available to patients and their families. The team of District Nurses can be contacted on the above number. Referral by a doctor is not necessary.
Telephone number: 01865 379158
A team of two Health Visitors work from the Health Centre, liaising closely with the doctors. They are available to families for advice on health-related matters, antenatal care (in conjunction with the midwife) and to monitor the development of babies and children less than five years old. They organise well baby clinics on a Tuesday afternoon 1.30-3.30 pm at the surgery. The Health Visitors co-ordinate the immunisation programme for children.