Interested in working with us?
Working in Oxford affords the opportunity of working alongside some of the best practices in the country with excellent postgraduate teaching opportunities. Oxford is a world renowned centre of clinical excellence and the teaching and research within the healthcare sector.
We are committed to delivering high quality, patient-focused care within the private sector. We work as a team delivering GP care to the local population.
Private sessional GP work - Tuesdays and Fridays - We are looking for a GP who would be interested in working in an environment committed to excellence and providing value based and evidence based primary healthcare within the private sector. You will be part of a lively team with interesting work. To start as soon as possible.
For further information, please contact the office on 01865 423425 or email us at email@example.com
For any queries about vacancies or opportunities at the practice, please call the practice to inquire.
Our Practice nurses are qualified and registered nurses. They provide immunisations, travel advice and vaccinations for travel overseas and can help with blood tests, blood pressure checks and dressings, stitch removal, ear syringing and smear tests.
|Nurse Gina Williams|
Gina has been a practice nurse in Oxford for over 25 years having trained at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Gina has worked in both the private and public sector.
BSc (Hons)Nutrition, MSc Allergy, Registered Dietitian
Liane has 20 years’ experience providing dietary advice to adults and children with a wide range of health conditions in the NHS and private practice. She specialises in the diagnosis and management of food allergies and intolerances including Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) and other gastro-intestinal conditions. She is co-author of the IBS dietary guidelines for dietitians and has co-written resources on IBS and food allergies for use by dietitians nationally.
|Ms Heather Moon Vogels|
Heather Moon Vogels is a US educated, HCPC-recognized counselling psychologist who collaborates with and aims to empower individuals to make positive changes in their lives. She specializes in behavioural and substance misuse and dependencies, relational distress, traumatic histories and difficulties unique to adjusting to a new life circumstance. Heather has extensive professional and personal experience working with performance related difficulties in sport, academics and career.