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Welcome to Oxford Private Medical Practic

  • Dr George Moncrieff is joining us next month.  Dr Moncrieff is a very experienced GP dermatologist and is available for skin checks and advice on Fridays from 7th April

  • Dr James Hunt has recently joined our team and brings with him a wealth of knowledge gained whilst working in a busy practice in Queensland, Australia.  An experienced GP, Dr Hunt also performs minor surgery, administers joint injections and writes interesting and popular blogs for the practice.

  • We are able to offer the Meningitis B vaccination at the practice. We ask that patients order and pay for their vaccines in advance - prices for our vaccines can be found on the 'Fees' tab

  • New baby immunisations available and in stock. 

What Our Patients Say:

"The doctor was very calm and reassuring, explaining the possible diagnoses and treatments clearly"

"Thank you, excellent care"

"Dr Northridge is very thorough and clear in her explanation and very efficient.  She also makes me feel I will be well looked after"

"I feel very well understood and treated"

"Dr Northridge is great at providing holistic care - as in considering the physical as well as emotional aspects of care."

Why Choose Us?

We are a team of highly trained doctors, psychologists and specialists

We see patients who require medical advice during the course of a working day

To save you time we take blood at the time of your consultation

Your care is our priority, so we offer same day appointments for your convenience 

Our staff endeavour to keep the practice running on time, to minimise your waiting time

We keep a large selection of travel immunisations in stock

Fast turnaround of test results

Our doctors refer patients to the best specialists working in the private sector

We work with in-house psychologists, therapists and dietitians to offer the most comprehensive care possible

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