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MARSTON MEDICAL CENTRE MOVE - PUBLIC MEETING

We need your views on our proposed move. Please come to a public meeting this Thursday 30th March at the United Reformed Church Hall, 352 Marston Road, Marston, Oxford, OX3 0JB.

If you can't make it please look at the presentation below and send us your views. 

MMC Options Presentation

CHANGES TO YOUR USUAL DOCTOR:  During the merger process of the last few months we have had to make a number of changes to the doctors' team.  This means we have had to move 10% of our patients to new usual doctors.  We are sending out text messages, emails and some letters to let you know if this applies to you.  If you have been moved, we are really sorry as we know patients and doctors often develop close relationships, and it can be frustrating having to get to know and to trust someone again.  However, please be patient and give it a go.  The new doctors we have are caring, conscientious and highly competent.

Education & GP Training

Education & Development

We are very interested in education and development. To offer an excellent service to you, it is important that all of us keep up to date. Every practice member has regular training, and the clinical team are involved in group learning on a weekly basis. 


Training Practice

We are accredited as a Training Practice for GP Registrars, hospital doctors and medical students – accreditation is a marker of high quality clinical and organisational practice. GP Registrars come to us for their final year of training to become registered as GPs. Registrars are fully qualified doctors who have been gaining experience in hospital medicine and we value the opportunity of helping to develop the family doctors of the future. Our trainers are Dr Justin Amery and Dr Andrew Collins.

We train Specialty Training (ST) doctors, also fully qualified, who may then return to hospital medicine as specialists - this is part of a new programme to give all young doctors experience of medicine in the community setting. We also teach Oxford University medical students and they may occasionally sit in during consultations – we always ask your permission before allowing them to see you, so if you would rather see your doctor alone, please feel free to decline.

Our doctors occasionally video their consultations for learning purposes. If you object to your consultation being recorded, please let us know.



 
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