Welcome to Morland House Surgery

Welcome to the Morland House Surgery Website.

Morland House Surgery is committed to providing high quality healthcare and education to all patients on our medical register with a view to promoting a healthy lifestyle and minimising ill health.

Our aim is to provide an effective, efficient and fair healthcare service to all our patients by:

  • Putting our patients at the centre of what we do
  • Having a professional, integrated primary healthcare team who are suitably qualified and trained
  • Offering our services in a safe, supportive and suitably equipped environment

This website has been developed to help our patients manage their health and wellbeing by providing information about the Practice, as well as access to local services. We welcome any comments or suggestions you may have.

Need Help? Ask your GP online.

News & Announcements

Patient Self-Referral for Age Related Hearing Loss Services

Patients aged 55 or over are now able to refer themselves to the age-related hearing loss service without the need for a GP referral. If you are aged 55 or over and are experiencing hearing and communication difficulties and feel you might benefit from a hearing assessment and rehabilitation including the option of trying hearing

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COVID-19 Vaccination Update

As you know the NHS in Oxfordshire and across the country is working fast to roll out the expanded COVID-19 booster vaccination programme and increase vaccine appointments for patients. From today, Wednesday 15 December, all adults aged 18+ can book their booster appointment. Please contact our reception team on 01865 872448 to book an appointment.

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Worried about your child?

It can be extremely stressful when your child is unwell. As the parent or carer of a child or young person aged 0 – 18, if you have a concern on any aspect of your child’s health please visit https://what0-18.nhs.uk/ for a wealth of clear and accurate information and advice. The resources in this website

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Flu Vaccine – Winter 2021

Flu vaccine and coronavirus (COVID-19) Flu vaccination is important because: more people are likely to get flu this winter as fewer people will have built up natural immunity to it during the COVID-19 pandemic if you get flu and COVID-19 at the same time, research shows you’re more likely to be seriously ill getting vaccinated

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Advice for patients with COVID vaccination records queries

If you believe you have missing or incorrect COVID-19 vaccination data on your NHS app or on your GP record, please call 119 and ask the agent to make a referral to the Vaccine Data Resolution Service (VDRS).The service has been set up to resolve missing or incorrect vaccination records for people vaccinated in England

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Coronavirus Update

Morland House Surgery is offering patients the choice of a face to face consultation or a telephone consultation with their doctor. If you choose a telephone consultation, the doctor will call you at the approximate time of your appointment on the telephone number provided. If, after the telephone consultation, the doctor decides that you need to be seen, they will advise you on what to do next.

If you have chosen a face to face appointment, please arrive at the surgery at the time of your appointment, and not too early.

Appointments can be made with one of our nursing team for dressings, vaccines that are included on the national immunisation programme and cervical screening.

If you are coming into the surgery for ANY reason – including appointments, medication collection, or to speak to reception – you must still wear a face covering. For more information on acceptable face coverings and how to make your own, please click here.

If you have respiratory and/or coronavirus symptoms, please do NOT attend the surgery, but contact NHS 111 online or, if you don’t have access to the internet, by telephone. Morland House cannot provide testing and you do not need a letter from your GP for your employer.

For information on the coronavirus outbreak please go to the NHS.UK page on coronavirus or the information on GOV.UK.

Do not go to your GP surgery, pharmacy or hospital if you think you may have coronavirus. Stay indoors and avoid close contact with other people.

Visit 111 Online for advice or call 111 if you need to speak with someone regarding your condition.