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Charlbury Medical Centre was purpose-built in 1996 and is situated on the Enstone Road.  We offer medical services to   several villages in West Oxfordshire.  The geographical boundary of the practice area is shown on a map displayed in the entrance.  We try to be as flexible as possible in order to give our patients the best possible service in all aspects of care, in a modern, light and friendly environment and are fully supported by our nursing and clerical staff.  The surgery has full disabled access.

We are not a teaching practice but from time to time we do accept medical and nursing students.  You will be informed of this at Reception and have the right to ask for the student to leave the consultation.

Patient Registration

Patients may register with the practice by completing the appropriate forms, providing they live within the practice area. When you register you will need to complete a  G.P registration form (GP Registration Form), Health questionare (New Adult patient questionnaire if over 16 or New Child patient questionnaire if under 16). Everyone joining the practice will be required to complete the Summary Care options as this details, who you would like to share your information with. We need all this information to help us until we receive your medical records from the Health Authority.

Both the registration, summary Care Options and relevant questionnaire can be downloaded below and brought to the surgery when you register. Please note that you will be required to produce identification when you register. Please see the links below.

GP Registration Form

New Adult patient questionnaire

New Child patient questionnaire

Summary Care Options

Alternatively to register with the practice you may contact Reception who will provide you with the necessary forms and Practice Leaflet.

You will be registered with the practice as a whole and will be assigned to the list of one of the partners.

Patients are free to see the doctor of their choice but it is advisable to try and see the same doctor. Particularly, when it concerns an ongoing problem, to ensure that you receive the best possible continuity of care.

This practice supports the Government’s NHS zero tolerance zone campaign.  GPs and their staff have the right to care for others without fear of being attacked or abused.  We ask that you treat your GP and practice staff with courtesy and consideration.