Dr Judy Bogdanor, Dr Laurence Leaver, Dr Mark Oâ€™Shea
Jericho Health Centre
Appointments may be made directly on 01865 311234 or through the College Nurse.
First prescriptions must be written by the GP and you have to make an appointment. This also applies to repeat prescriptions if you have not had them in the Oxfordshire PCT before. Once they have been prescribed by Jericho Health Centre, you can email them. GPâ€™s can offer Chlamydia tests, contraceptive advice and prescriptions but they do not do free pregnancy tests or full STI screen. Travel vaccines are organised through the practice nurse at Jericho
If you need a doctor out of hours ring Jericho Health Centre on 01865 311234 or call NHSdirect on 0845 46 47
In the case of a dental emergency advice should first be sought from the College nurse.
Where appropriate she will arrange an appointment with the College Dentist, Dr Roz Tritton.
Her dental practice is located at:
6a The Parade
Tel: 01865 308050
Studental (01865 484608
) is an NHS service for all students in Oxford. It is based at Oxford Brookes, Headington Hill Campus. It is a friendly and efficient service, which will accommodate urgent appointments within 24-48 hours, as well as routine appointments. The initial fee is Â£16.50 for an examination. For further info visit: www.studental.co.uk
Buses go from the High up Headington Hill and the stop is on the left just after the Iron Bridge that is high up over the top of the hill.
Louise Fabian (01865 249492) is a private practice on High Street but will give students discounted fees. An initial consultation will cost Â£20. The practice is at 130 High Street, Oxford, OX1 4DH.
Oasis Dental Care (01865 243702) is also a private practice but also offers NHS appointments. The
practice is at 22 Beaumont Street, Oxford, OX1 2NA.
Tel: 01865 264980 (08.00-18.30) or 0845 3458995 (18.30-08.00 or during the weekends).
This should put you through to an NHS Dental Service based at East Oxford Health Centre, Manzell Way, Cowley, OX4 1XD.
NOTE: If you are under 18 and in full-time education, NHS dental treatment is free. If you are 18 or over, you have to pay for NHS dental treatments.
C&SH (Contraception and Sexual Health)
Alec Turnbull Clinic
Between Towns Road
Tel: 01865 456666
Drop In only (No appointments)
Mon - Thurs 09.30 - 7pm
Fri - 09.30 -4pm
Sat - 10.30 - 1.30pm
Probably best to ring before you go, to check if there is a doctor there should you need one, as it is often a nurse led clinic. Also best to avoid 3.00 - 4pm as the schools finish at this time! Excellent for contraception, free pregnancy testing and advice/referral, Chlamydia testing, but they do not do full STI tests.
Chlamydia tests are also organised by the welfare team once a term, notification by email. Alternatively the College Nurse and the JCR Welfare reps have testing kits available.
Bus Route 1,5,12 from the High
Headington OX3 7LJ
Tel: 01865 231 231
Confidential sexual health services, including contraception, pregnancy tests and advice and full STI testing, HIV services and free condoms.
Bus Route 15 from the High: ask for Girdlestone Road
Terence Higgins Trust
43 Pembroke Street
Oxford OX1 13P
Tel: 01865 243389
Pregnancy and abortion advice: 07767 213762
Free, impartial and confidential advice and free pregnancy testing
Sexual Abuse and Rape Crisis line
Tel: 01865 726 295
OUCS Oxford University Counselling Service
The University has a professionally staffed confidential Student Counselling Service for assistance with personal, emotional, social and academic problems. The Service is available free to all matriculated undergraduate and graduate members of the University.
MIND are able to provide information on a range of topics including types of mental distress, where to get help, drug and alternative treatments and advocacy. They are able to provide details of help and support in Oxford. If you key in Exam stress, there is an excellent section on how to manage this.
Contact Mind information line: 0845 766 0163
Mental health resource Centre
Tel: 01865 728981
Provides advice and information to anyone on any aspect of mental health.
Tel: 01865 245398
Bereavement Care. Anyone can contact cruse if they want to talk about themselves or someone they know who has been affected by a death.
Tel: 0845 634 1414 (08.30am â€“ 8.30pm)
Information and help on all aspects of eating disorders, including Anorexia Nervosa, Bullimia, binge eating disorder and related eating disorders.
The Oxford Physiotherapy Service
Undergraduate Student Clinic at Wadham.
Tel: 01865 311686
Tuesday and Thursday 13.30 â€“ 16.00
Appointments: 30 mins Â£25.00
Tel: 01865 403240
Offer confidential advice and information/counselling to anyone who feels they have a problem around drugs or alcohol.
Tel: 0800 917 8282
Tel: 01865 242373
AA help and advice is free to all who request it
Talk to Frank
Tel: 0800 77 66 00
Free confidential drugs information and advice 24 hours a day
Drugscope is the UK's leading independent centre of expertise on drugs. A 24 hour helpline for free and confidential advice for those who are concerned or have a question about drugs.
Tel: 0800 00 2200 (09.00 â€“ 8pm weekdays / 10.00 â€“ 6pm weekends)
Support line for those giving up smoking