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.

News & Announcements

PPG Forum

On 12th June, the third Patient Participation Group Forum was held in Wallingford for all Oxfordshire PPG members, Practice Managers and locality forum chairs. The report from the forum can be found here.

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GO Active Get Healthy with Diabetes

GO Active (Get Oxfordshire Active) is a county-wide initiative to make exercise and activity more accessible to adults of any age of ability. For more information on the whole brand, click here. GO Active have a campaign called Get Healthy with Diabetes, which entitles anyone with diabetes to dozens of local activity opportunities, a Moving

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Achieve Oxfordshire

Are you looking to lose weight? Perhaps you’re not feeling as fit as you used to, or your GP has suggested weight loss may improve your health? If so, Achieve Oxfordshire is a great place to get free support and advice on how to lose weight healthily and sustainably. They have partnered with local weight loss

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Welcome Dr Gibbs

We are delighted to welcome Dr Rebecca Gibbs to the team at Morland House Surgery. Dr Gibbs graduated with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery from University of Leicester in 2011, completed her foundation years in London and Hastings and has since worked in New Zealand and Birmingham, in urgent care and emergency medicine respectively.

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MenACWY Vaccination

Are you heading to university in September? Have you had your MenACWY vaccine? What is MenACWY? The MenACWY vaccine (also known as Nimenrix) protects against four strains of the meningococcal bacteria that cause meningitis and septicaemia (blood poisoning): A, C, W and Y. Meningitis is a potentially life threatening infection of the protective layers surrounding

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TV in Waiting Room

You may have noticed that we have recently installed a TV in our upstairs waiting room. We will be using it to display information on NHS health campaigns, upcoming health events and any news about the practice. Do have a look at the TV next time you are in the practice and let us know

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