Help Us Help You

If you need medical help, the NHS is still here for you. It is important that patients who need urgent and emergency care for things such as stroke, heart attack, and other serious conditions seek help quickly. People should also use other vital services – such as cancer screening and care, maternity appointments and mental health support, as well as contact their GP for non-coronavirus illnesses.

If you think you have coronavirus, please follow the advice here.

 


A&E

Staff at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are encouraging people whose health may be at risk to come to their Emergency Departments at the John Radcliffe in Oxford and Horton General Hospital in Banbury during the COVID-19 pandemic. Find out more...

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Cancer

Doctors in Oxfordshire are urging people to get medical advice if they are worried about symptoms of cancer. Cancers are detected earlier and lives are saved if more people are referred for investigation for checks. Find out more...

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Immunisations

NHS England and Oxfordshire’s healthcare partners are urging people to attend regular vaccination appointments to prevent outbreaks of deadly serious diseases and reduce pressure on the health service. Find out more...

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Stroke

A stroke is a medical emergency and prompt treatment is essential. Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) can provide urgent help and support should you or someone you know suffer a stroke. They can also offer more routine support for stroke patients, and have measures in place to protect your safety when receiving treatment. Find out more...

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Maternity

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is reminding pregnant women in Oxfordshire that the maternity service is still open 24/7 for births, urgent care, and clinical advice. Some face-to-face appointments with a midwife or doctor are essential, and it is important to attend. Find out more...

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Cardiac

Staff at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are encouraging people who are experiencing serious heart problems during the COVID-19 pandemic to go to their nearest Emergency Department or dial 999. Find out more...

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Primary Care

Doctors in Oxfordshire are encouraging people to contact their local GP surgery to get medical advice if they have any concerns about their health. GP practices are still open to care for their patients and are doing all they can to ensure patients, staff and the general public stay safe and avoid spreading COVID-19. Find out more...

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The mental and physical wellbeing of your children

Healthcare services in Oxfordshire are urging parents and carers of children and adolescents whose physical and mental health may be at risk to get the help they need. Find out more...

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Shielding the vulnerable

The county council, in partnership with district councils, the NHS, the voluntary sector and friends, neighbours and family in every community are collaboratively working hard to support those who registered as shielded.. Find out more...

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Learning Disabilities

Oxford Health and our partner organisations across the Oxfordshire health and social care system are supporting those with learning disabilities. Find out more...

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