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Welcome to Botley Medical Centre

Front of Botley Medical CentreBotley Medical Centre serves the Botley area, from Farmoor (to the Toll Bridge at Eynsham) Cumnor, Appleton, Frilford Heath, Fyfield, Kingston Bagpuize, Wootton Village and Boars Hill (to Fox Lane). We also provide medical services to Oxford Brookes University Harcourt Hill campus.

We are a practice of three GP Partners, two Salaried GP's and two long term Locum GP's, contracted to provide services in conjunction with NHS Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group.Our team includes a practice manager, practice nurses, District nurses, Health Visitors, a Midwife, a Counsellor, a Phlebotomist, a Health Care Assistant,an Office manager, receptionists and Secretary.

We have a branch surgery in Wootton Village for patients living in the Wootton area. Surgeries are held on Tuesday afternoon and Thursday morning.. To make an appointment at Wootton you may ring 01865 248719 Monday to Friday 10am to 6pm.

(Site updated 22/04/2014)
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It is with sadness that Botley Medical Centre said goodbye to Anne Knapton our Practice Manager, who retired last week. Anne has steered us through some difficult times with considerable changes over the last 8 years. She has done so with optimism, cheerfulness and professionalism. We will all miss her, but wish her a very happy and peaceful retirement. We look forward to our new, very experienced Practice Manager, Caroline Jones, joining us on the 28th April.

The BMC  Patient Participation Group 2014 Survey has now finished, The results will be published in April.

Click here for the Wootton Surgery questionnaire and have your say about the future of the Wootton surgery.

See our downloads page for registration forms, travel forms and other useful information.

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