Updated 9 January 2019
27 Beaumont Street, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX1 2NR
- The practice is situated in Oxford city centre. The practice occupies a building which was constructed in 1932. The premises has not been modified extensively due to planning restrictions. Some adjustments had been made to the rear entrance for patients with mobility issues. The practice is accessible by public transport (bus and train). All patient services are spread over the three floors. The practice comprises of seven consulting rooms, one treatment room, three patient waiting areas and administrative and management office and meeting spaces.
- There are five GP partners, a salaried GP and an Advanced Nurse Practitioner partner at the practice. GP trainees also work at the practice. There was a mixture of male and female GPs. The practice employs two practice nurses. The practice manager is supported by a number of administrative and reception staff.
- The practice has a patient population of approximately 7,000 including a high proportion of students based at local Oxford University colleges. The practice is linked with four colleges at the University of Oxford and the staff were aware of the needs of this section of the population. The practice population of patients aged between 15 and 34 years are higher than average and there are a lower number of patients over 60 years old.
- The practice has opted out of providing out of hours services to their patients. There are arrangements in place for services to be provided when the surgery is closed and these are displayed at the practice, in the practice information leaflet and on the patient website. Out of hours services are provided after 6:30pm, weekends and bank holidays by calling NHS 111.
The provider is registered to provide the following regulated activities:
Diagnostic and screening procedures
Family planning services
Maternity and midwifery services
Treatment of disease, disorder or injury