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We have taken the proactive step to temporarily stop accepting new patients. This decision has not been made lightly is to maintain patient and staff safety.

At present, the Abingdon Surgery has introduced a temporary suspension to new patient registrations. This applies to all patients except for new babies of registered Mothers.

We are a highly rated practice and our patient numbers have risen considerably over recent years; they continue to rise each week. We have concluded that this continued growth is unsustainable and that we need to protect the existing quality of patient services until we can complete the latest round of recruitment of additional GPs and re-configure our clinical accommodation.

We hope this temporary suspension will be short term and last no more than three months. We will continue to keep our patients, our Patient Participation Group (PPG) and other local stakeholders aware of developments. We would like to reassure our registered patients that we are open for all usual services.

You can find contact details for all GP services in Oxfordshire on the NHS website. If you are not registered with a GP practice you can find an alternative GP practice using this postcode checker at the following web address. https://www.nhs.uk/service-search/find-a-GP


Thank you for your understanding.

Practice Boundary

The practice boundary is established with the local health authority to ensure adequate primary care coverage across a specific area. The practice will only take new registrations from residents within the inner boundary. If a registered patient subsequently moves outside of the inner boundary, they may remain with the practice as long as they have not moved residence beyond the outer boundary. Those registered patients who move outside of the outer boundary will need to register with a practice appropriate to their new residence.

To check if you are residing within our boundary, please check if your address is within the blue line.

We have the right to refuse to register patients if they have a violent flag against their record.

Organ Donation

From 2020, adults in England will be considered potential donors unless they choose to opt out or are excluded. For more information please visit the Organ Donation NHS UK where you can also register your decision.