Appointments

Bicester Health Centre

Day Opening hours
Friday 19 April
8:30am to 6pm
Saturday 20 April
8am to 1pm
Sunday 21 April
Closed
Monday 22 April
8:30am to 6pm
Tuesday 23 April
8:30am to 6pm
Wednesday 24 April
8:30am to 6pm
6:15pm to 8pm
Thursday 25 April
8:30am to 6pm

How do I book an appointment?

The way your GP surgery operates has changes singnificantly in the last few years- click here to find out how we triage each patient to ensure they receive the most appropriate care.

Nursing and HCA (Health Care Assistant) Appointments
For appointments with our Nursing and HCA teams please contact the practice to book. These appointments can be booked in advance by calling the practice on 01869 249333.

Booking for a blood test ONLY- you can book an appointment for a blood test via the NHS App or  Patient Access. Please note this is ONLY for blood test appointments and if you arrive to this appointment for any other reason you will be turned away and asked to rebook. 

Saturday and Extended Hours Services If you're someone who's unable to come along for an appointment during the normal working hours of your GP surgery then there are special Saturday morning and weekday evening clinics.  Click here for more information.

GP and Other Clinician Appointments
For GP and other clinician appointments, please submit an eConsult. Our eConsult service is available to submit your query online, Sunday 18:30-Friday 18:30.

Once you have submitted an e-consult, you may be referred to see a community pharmacist via the Community Pharmacy Consultation Service (CPCS). 

Click here to find out how the Community Pharmacy Consultation Service works.

Click here to find out the days your usual GP works.

Click here to find out how we are working during the Covid-19 pandemic.

If you do need to phone us, please try to do so on 01869 249333 before 12.30pm on the day that your usual GP is working.

For urgent care when the surgery is closed, visit NHS 111 Online or please call 111.

 

How Do I Cancel An Appointment?

If you are unable to attend your appointment, you can do so by logging into your NHS App or using a Patient Access account or by contacting the practice as soon as possible so that it can be offered to another patient. 

Missed appointments in primary care are estimated to cost the NHS around £216m per year. 

No Abuse Policy

When you call for an appointment, please help the Patient Co-ordinator find the most suitable appointment for you. The doctors have asked that you give brief details of the reason for the appointment so that you can be directed to the most appropriate clinician who can deal with your problem. The Patient Co-ordinators are bound by exactly the same confidentiality rules as the doctors, and simply want to get you the most appropriate help in the quickest time frame. 

Travelling to Bicester Health Centre

By Car

Parking at Bicester Health Centre is very limited. Please consider using alternative parking in Bicester if you are more able, leaving the small number of parking spaces for less able or infirm patients. Please note that parking at Bicester Health Centre is provided for persons whilst on the premises only. We ask that you move your vehicle after leaving Bicester Health Centre. Parking controls are maintained by a contractor and penalty charges may be applied if vehicles are parked inappropriately.

Alternatively you can park at Bicester Park and Ride car park, Kingsmere (free for up to 24 hours) and take the S5 bus to Piggy Lane Bicester. The surgery is a 2 minute walk from the bus stop.

By Bus

The nearest bus stops to the surgery are as follows:

  • Community Hospital, King's End is 46 meters away, 1 min walk.
  • Bicester Village, Bicester is 223 meters away, 4 min walk.
  • Kings Avenue, King's End is 311 meters away, 5 min walk.

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