Local pharmacies can give you quick, confidential advice for common illnesses if you are ill over the August bank holiday
Leaders of Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) have made decisions on proposed changes to some healthcare services in the county.
Local GPs, working together in federations, are providing over 5,000 more appointments a month to patients across Oxfordshire to improve access to healthcare.
Oxford Health is delighted to announce it has been re-commissioned to continue providing mental health services to children and young people across Oxfordshire.
OCCG Board to make decisions on changes to healthcare services in Oxfordshire
NHS England has congratulated the OCCG team on the progress it has made during 2016/17.
Oxfordshire CCG is supporting the national ‘Be Clear on Cancer - Respiratory Symptoms’ campaign to encourage people to get an earlier diagnosis for lung or heart disease.
Read a response from Horsefair Surgery and Oxfordshire CCG to the Care Quality Commission report.
Take part in a meeting to share your views on shaping GP services in north Oxfordshire.
Patients across the Thames Valley will be opening a new front door to urgent care services from September 2017.
National Diabetes Prevention Programme starts Oxfordshire roll-out.
Find out how you can get support your GP practice to improve services.
We are holding the first of two Extraordinary Board Meetings to consider the results of the Big Health and Care Consultation on proposals to change some healthcare services in the county.
Pharmacies across Oxfordshire are supporting national Carers Week 2017.
Read the latest Talking Health newsletter and keep up to date with the latest news and events at OCCG and our partners.
Local residents are invited to attend Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s (OCCG) Board meeting on Thursday 25 May 2017 at Jubilee House, Oxford Business Park (South), Cowley, Oxford, OX4 2LH (9am to 12.45pm).
Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) must make changes to the timing for considering the outcome of the Big Health and Care Consultation (Phase One of the Oxfordshire Transition Plan) because of the forthcoming election (8 June) and the additional period of purdah.
You might need the help of a pharmacist over the May Bank Holiday (1 May) for advice on how best to treat your ailments like bad stomach, a cough or a headache.
The business case which sets out the information supporting proposals for transforming health services in Oxfordshire is available online.
Patients and the public in Oxfordshire have responded in their thousands to proposed changes to some health services in the county. The 12 week Big Health and Care Consultation, which launched on the 16 January, closed at midnight on Sunday 9 April.
You might need the help of a pharmacist over the weekend for advice on how best to treat your ailments like an upset stomach, a cough or a headache.
The Rapid Assessment Care Unit (RACU), at the Townlands Memorial Hospital is now open and caring for patients.
The new Townlands Memorial Hospital in Henley-on-Thames was officially opened in a short ceremony yesterday (Tuesday) by Tim Stevenson OBE, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant of Oxfordshire (pictured with David Smith, Chief Executive of Oxfordshire CCG).
Patients and the public are reminded that Oxfordshire’s ‘Big Health and Care Consultation’ on proposed changes to some healthcare services remains open until 9 April 2017.
Local residents are invited to attend Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s (OCCG) Board meeting on Thursday 30 March 2017 at John Paul II Centre, Henley House, The Causeway, Bicester, OX26 6AW (9am to 12.45pm).
Local people are invited to the next meeting of the Townlands Stakeholder Reference Group which will take place in public on Tuesday 28 March 2017 (11am to 1pm) in the council chamber at Henley-on-Thames Town Hall.
OCCG has been notified by the Secretary of State for Health, Jeremy Hunt, that the closure of Deer Park Medical Centre in Witney should go ahead as planned on 24 March as continuing the existing service is not now a safe or practical option.
The audio recordings of the question and answer sessions at public consultation events in Banbury, Chipping Norton and Didcot are now available to hear online, together with the video films shown as part of the presentations during the Big Health and Care Consultation.
Call to action - Get involved and have your say on Thames Valley NHS 111 - 'The new front door to urgent care'
Get involved and have your say on how the improved Thames Valley NHS 111 service will look by attending a stakeholder engagement and feedback event at at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford on Thursday 9 March (9am-1pm).
Three more public events have been added to the Big Care and Health Consultation in Oxfordshire.
Keep warm in winter - both inside and outdoors as it can help prevent colds, flu and more serious health problems, such as heart attacks, strokes, pneumonia and depression.
A Local Digital Roadmap (LDR) sets out the technology priorities for local councils and NHS organisations. Through better use of technology and working together, we can make sure that health and social care services are digitally enabled and fit for the future.
A special meeting of the watchdog committee that scrutinises the local NHS has been set for Thursday, March 7.
The Banbury Guardian has issued a correction to a story published on its online print and edition dated 17 January 2017.
Local people are invited to the next meeting of the Townlands Stakeholder Reference Group which will take place in public on Tuesday 24 January (10am to midday) in the council chamber at Henley-on-Thames Town Hall.
A pioneering service is to open its doors for the first time next week.
The NHS in Oxfordshire has launched Phase 1 of the 'Big Health and Care Consultation' to ask patients and the public what they think about possible changes to some healthcare services in the county.
Local residents are invited to attend Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group’s (OCCG) Board meeting on Thursday 26 January at Jubilee House, 5510 John Smith Drive, Oxford Business Park (South) OX4 2LH (9am to 12.45pm).
From April this year, people at risk of Type 2 diabetes in Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire will be offered tailored support to avoid the potentially life-threatening condition.
Health bosses in Oxfordshire are urging people to stop and consider all the options before going to accident and emergency departments in the county.
There's still time to protect young children from flu this winter.
Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) wants to reassure patients at the Kennington Health Centre that is working hard alongside GPs to secure the future of health services in Kennington.
South Central Ambulance Service and Partners Identified as Preferred Provider for the New Thames Valley 111 Service - The New Front Door to Urgent Care
South Central Ambulance Service (SCAS), the current provider of NHS 111, has been selected by the 10 clinical commissioning groups across the Thames Valley as the preferred provider to deliver an integrated urgent care service across the Thames Valley.
In June 2016, the Oxfordshire Healthcare Transformation Programme began wide engagement with with patients and public across the country in its 'Big Health and Care Conversation'.
Over recent years, the GPs at Kennington Health Centre have been working extremely hard to meet the challenges facing the practice, many of which also affect GP practices up and down the country.