Healthcare

Mental Health Awareness


Below are some resources to help us cope with our mental health during the crisis:


https://mentalhealth-uk.org/help-and-information/covid-19-and-your-mental-health/


Information and tips for managing mental health and wellbeing while social distancing or self-isolating during the coronavirus outbreak.


www.mentalhealth.org.co.uk


Infectious disease outbreaks, like the current Coronavirus (COVID-19), can be scary and can affect our mental health. While it is important to stay informed, there are also many things we can do to support and manage our wellbeing during such times. The site offers some tips to help us to look after our mental health

Community Support Line

01235 422600

For those not identified as high risk, the county council has a new community support line where general information can be found.

Additional Support for High Risk Residents

01865 897820

Anybody the NHS has identified as high risk can call: Oxfordshire County Council.  This new, dedicated line provides advice and support.

Morland House Surgery

01865 872448

PLEASE DO NOT COME TO THE SURGERY IN PERSON. YOU WILL ONLY BE SEEN IF NECESSARY BY PRIOR ARRANGEMENT 


Opening hours 


Monday 8am-6.30pm 

Tuesday 8am-6.30pm 

Wednesday 8am-6.30pm 

Thursday 8am-6.30pm 

Friday 8am-6.30pm 

Saturday 8am-10am 

Sunday CLOSED 


If you have a health concern that is not coronavirus-related, please contact the surgery on the above number. You will be asked if the matter can be dealt with by telephone. 


For pre-booked appointments,the doctor will call you at the approximate time of your appointment. 


If you have coronavirus symptoms you need to self-isolate for 7 days. Please do NOT attend the surgery, but visit NHS online: https://111.nhs.uk/ and use the 111 online coronavirus service to get support and advice. Only phone 111 if your symptoms are getting worse and you cannot cope at home, or you do not have access to the internet.

Co-op Health App

If you have a repeat prescription from a GP, you can order your medication online using the Co-op Health app. 


Monday to Friday 8:45am -6:30pm 

Saturday 8:45am-1pm

Sunday closed

Closed for lunch every day from 12-2pm 


Follow these steps for your medication to be delivered to you: 


1. Register online using NHS login 

2. Order your repeat prescription through the app. 

3. Get free delivery to your door. 


If you do not have an NHS login you will need to set one up: https://www.nhs.uk/using-the-nhs/nhs-services/nhs-login/ The NHS may take at least 4 days to check your information, as a lot of people are using the service at the moment.

Collecting prescriptions

If you are collecting a prescription for someone else you need their full name and address. 


You also need to know if they are exempt from payment and the reason or it: 

  • Age-related 

  • Maternity 

  • Medical pre-payment certificate 

  • HC2 Income support 

  • Job seekers 

  • Tax credit 

  • Universal credit 

  • Pensions credit 

  • Guarantee credit 

The delivery service for prescriptions run by the pharmacy is fully booked and they are not signing any more people on to it.

Pharmacy

01865 874047

Here is the most current information we have about the pharmacy: 


Opening times: 

Monday to Friday 8:45am -6:30pm 

Saturday 8:45am-1pm 

Sunday: closed

Closed for lunch every day from 12-2pm. 


Repeat prescriptions can be ordered on the telephone and a pharmacist is available for consultations on the same phone number.

Dispensary

01865 872446 ( option 3)

The dispensary is onlyopen from 12:30-2 on weekdays.

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