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Online access will be resuming over the next few weeks. If you previously had online access, between now and the end of November 2018  please look out for an email with details of how to create your new online access log in.

This email will come from an unusual looking email address which starts mjog. followed by a string of letters and numbers and @hc3.mjog.net

for example (each address will have a different middle string)
mjog.82BC22A5EDD33BA9D0FF144F489603FE@hc3.mjog.net

This address is generated by the new software which runs our text and email reminder service, but we can confirm the email has come from Bicester Health Centre.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

Bicester Health Centre has changed the GP records computer system

There is still some disruption to services as we complete the migration - please see details of changes between now and November 2018

Online access will be resuming over the next few weeks. If you previously had online access, between now and the end of November 2018  please look out for an email with details of how to create your new online access log in.

This email will come from an unusual looking email address which starts mjog. followed by a string of letters and numbers and @hc3.mjog.net

for example (each address will have a different middle string)
mjog.82BC22A5EDD33BA9D0FF144F489603FE@hc3.mjog.net

This address is generated by the new software which runs our text and email reminder service, but we can confirm the email has come from Bicester Health Centre.

If you usually have the flu jab, ask your GP or Nurse during your next booked appointment if you can have your flu vaccination at the same time.

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We have temporarily run out of the vaccine for people aged 65+ years. Further stocks will be here on 15 November 2018.

Health care help and advice - Try Oxfordshire COACH

Bicester Health Centre Patient Participation Group is recruiting now - Find out more

Bicester Health Centre is recruiting!
See our Vacancies page for details

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Bicester Health Centre Patient Participation Group would like to hear from you - Find out more here
 

 

Travel options to get to the Health Centre 

By Bike

The Health Centre has bike racks outside the main entrance.

 

By Bus - Nearest Stops

Bicester Community Hospital, Kings End. See Live Bus Departures from OxonTime

Bicester Community Hospital, Piggy Lane See Live Bus Departures from OxonTime

By Car

Park at Bicester Park and Ride car park, Kingsmere (free for up to 24 hours) and take the S5 bus to Piggy Lane Bicester. The surgery is a 2 minute walk from the bus stop.

Return fare £1.80 (Fare correct as at February 2018)

Parking at the Health Centre is very limited. Please consider using alternative parking in Bicester if you are more able, leaving the small number of parking spaces for less able or infirm patients. Please note that parking at the Health Centre is provided for persons whilst on the premises only. We ask that you move your vehicle after leaving the Health Centre. Parking controls are maintained by a contractor and penalty charges may be applied if vehicles are parked inappropriately.

Do you live within the green area on this map?

The practice is open for registrations from patients living within the practice area

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Take the Friends and Family Test. Tell us what you think about the care or treatment you have received from us.

See what our patients have said about us.

NAHLogoOur patients now have even better access to a doctor at the weekends and in the evenings. Neighbourhood Access Hubs developed by Principal Medical Limited (PML) on behalf of Oxfordshire practices in 2015, have extended their opening hours so that yet more patients can benefit from national GP Access funding (GPAF). This is great news for the 300,000+ patients registered with the 36 PML GP Federation practices in Oxfordshire.

 

The aims of the service remain the same; patients requesting a pre-bookable GP appointment at their own practice, may be offered an appointment at a nearby location, with a local GP or nurse who has access to their medical records.

 

This provides more appointments for patients during the day, the evenings and at weekends, while relieving GP practices of some of the pressure of providing treatment for minor illnesses.

 

What does this mean for you?

  • No change in the booking process for appointments.
  • You may be offered an appointment during normal or extended hours at a Hub location.

In North East Oxfordshire, hub sessions are held at Bicester Health Centre, Key Medical Practice and Gosford Hill Medical Centre or other local GP practices at various times between the hours of 9:00am and 6:00pm Monday to Friday, and on Saturday mornings..

 

Appointments can be booked through your usual GP Practice reception.

 

Pre-bookable appointments may be available at other North East Oxfordshire GP practices (Bicester, Kidlington, Islip) Monday – Friday, between 6.30pm and 8.00pm.

Bicester Health Centre Federation work

 

Starting 2018 with a resolution to do more physical activity? Download the "One Step at a Time" leaflet for details of individual and group activities available in Bicester and the surrounding area.

 PPG Physical Activities Leaflet

 

See how the Health Centre is working with other GP practices in North East Oxfordshire to improve access to healthcare.

(Site updated 12/11/2018)
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