Welcome to our two new Partners joining the surgery.

Dr Catriona Reid and Dr Thomas Holyoake. Dr Reid joined us on 7th September. Dr Holyoake joined us on 4th October.

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All patients attending the surgery are asked to wear a face covering (mask, scarf etc. which covers nose and mouth). We are grateful for your continued understanding. Click here for more information on COVID-19

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Following the ban on fax machines by the Health and Social Care Secretary, Matt Hancock, our fax machine has now been turned off. We will update our headed notepaper and compliments slips but please note we can no longer send or receive faxes.

When We Are Closed

If you call the surgery when we are closed, an answerphone message will tell you to hang up and Dial 111 (free of charge number).

NHS Walk–In Centres

Banbury does not have a Walk-In Centre but Banbury Health Centre sees unregistered patients.

The address is:

It is open seven days a week from 08:00 to 20:00 and has a limited number of appointments each day for patients who are not registered.

Coventry Walk–In Centre

Coventry Walk-In Centre is open from 07.00 until 19.00, 7 days a week. No appointment required. It is run by experienced NHS nurses.

The address is:

  • Coventry NHS Walk–in Centre, Stoney Stanton Road, Coventry, CV1 4FH 
    Telephone: 02476 246789 

Milton Keynes Walk–In Centre

Milton Keynes Walk-In Centre is open from 07.00 until 22.00, 365 days a year. No appointment required. Patients will be asked about their medical condition on arrival to ensure that those requiring urgent medical attention are seen without delay.

The address is:

  • Hospital Campus, Standing Way, Eaglestone, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire, MK6 5NG 
    Telephone: 01908 303030

Emergency Prescriptions

Emergency prescriptions may also be obtained from the out of hours service. Sainsbury's Pharmacy in Banbury is open until 21:00 Monday to Friday and has a rota at weekends. Information is available from their website:

In a genuine emergency you should call 999.

Chest pains and/or shortness of breath constitute an emergency.  

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