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Medicals and Health Checks  

A regular check up with your doctor is a time to review your general health, look at any risk factors and an opportunity for us to share our knowledge with you to help you keep as healthy and well as possible.

As part of your medical check-up, we will arrange any health screening tests needed. We will recommend these based on your individual needs, but we can also give you a list of all the tests available and their associated costs.

Our range of medical health assessments includes:

    • Individualised health assessments for men, women, children and infants
    • Basic annual review
    • Well woman health check
    • Well man health checks
    • University entrance requirement medicals
    • Pre-employment checks and medicals
    • In-service company medicals
    • Visa entrance requirement medicals
    • Occupational health medicals and blood tests

If you require a medical exam please email the practice at info@oxfordprivategp.com and attach a copy of your medical forms. We will get back to you as soon as possible with a quote.

Workplace Wellness

Research suggests that the UK loses over £12 billion a year because of employee sickness. At Oxford Private Medical Practice, we believe that a preventative approach to workplace wellness is important for business. Access to good occupational health care is known to reduce absenteeism and boost productivity.

We provide occupational health services to companies of all sizes.  Companies that use our private GP services find that their employees are seen promptly and investigated, treated or referred quickly, minimising the time spent away from the office.

Our expertise and knowledge of the private medical sector enable us to advise you on all the options available to you for your healthcare, allowing you to make the most of private health insurance.

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