BERINSFIELD HEALTH CENTRE Practice information leaflet for current or prospective patients (Updated October 2021) Berinsfield Health Centre, Fane Drive, Berinsfield, Wallingford, Oxon OX10 7NE Website - Telephone: 01865 340558 (Weekdays 8am-6.30pm) Fax: 01865 341973 Outside our opening hours, if you require NHS medical help or advice which cannot wait until the practice next opens, please telephone 111 Dr Jonathan Crawshaw MA (Oxon) BM BCh (Oxford 2005) MRCP DGM MRCGP Dr Helen Clark B. MED Sci BMBS MRCP FRCP MRCGP Information is also available at 1 Welcome Berinsfield Health Centre offers a timely, local service which combines modern medical science with traditional values of compassion and respect for all our patients. This NHS health centre was built in 1970 to serve the needs of the local community and has been extended and modernised during subsequent decades. The health centre provides a caring environment for patients, doctors, practice nurses, and administrative staff, as well as other community healthcare teams including district nurses and midwives. We offer a full range of primary medical services to the residents of Berinsfield, Burcot, Dorchester-On-Thames, Shillingford, Warborough, Drayton St Leonard, Stadhampton, Toot Baldon, Marsh Baldon and Nuneham Courtenay. Your feedback is a key tool in developing and improving your local services. We have an active patient participation group, and all are welcome at their regular meetings which are also attended by practice staff. Berinsfield Health Centre has been a training practice since 1972, and Dr Clark, Dr Savin, Dr Mack and Dr Crawshaw are both qualified GP trainers. We believe that patients also benefit from our active involvement in training the next generation of GPs (and sometimes other doctors and nurses). Practice team Doctors Dr Jonathan Crawshaw (GP and Senior Partner) Dr Helen Clark (GP and Partner) Dr Helena Savin (GP) Dr Johanna Mack (GP) Dr Sarah Martin (GP) Dr Sarah Gannon (GP Registrar) Dr Matthew Klos (GP Registrar) Dr Nick Downward (GP Registrar) Practice Nurses and Clinical Pharmacist Nicola Cook Sarah Williams Lucy Bailey Rachel Smith Advanced Nurse Practitioner Nurse Health Care Assistant Nurse 2 Nicola Shankland Clinical Pharmacist Practice Manager and non-clinical team Rita Cabrita, Jackie Hill Tracey Bunyan, Joanne Walker Hayley Sargent Julia Knibbs Charlotte Bowser Practice Manager Receptionist Receptionist Receptionist Receptionist Receptionist Administrator Other community healthcare professionals (Working in the health centre, often in partnership with the GPs, but belonging to other organisations) District Nurses The local district nursing team is based in the health centre. District nurses are available to give nursing care to patients confined to their homes. They can also give help and advice to carers of housebound patients. Arrangements for visiting can be made by the doctors, or directly with the district nurses (01865 904980.) Community Midwife Pauline Ellaway, Community Midwife, sees patients for antenatal care on Wednesday afternoons at the health centre. Health Visitors The Health Visiting Service is run by Oxford Health NHS Trust and looks after families with children under 5 years of age. The Health Visitors are based in Wallingford but now cover Clifton and Berinsfield surgeries also. They can be contacted on 01865 904438 3 or 01865 904213 or Email: They also attend the Berinsfield Children’s Centre each Monday afternoon for weight clinic by appointment with Health Visitor (FYI: the Children’s Centre’s number is 01865 341310). For further information please visit Counselling Psychological therapies are available via telephone consultations by a trained counsellor, and by a clinical psychologist. Clare Crossley and Kate Hack, from Riverside Counselling, and from Mind, respectively, offer a counselling clinic once a week. 4 Appointments You will be registered either with Dr Crawshaw, Dr Clark, Dr Savin, Dr Mack, or Dr Martin but you are welcome to consult with any doctor. For ongoing or long-term problems, you will probably find it easier and more effective to consult with just one doctor for routine appointments. On the 29th of January 2018, the Health Centre introduced GP Access, a Telephone Triage Appointment System, in which all patie

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