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We support to beat cancer sooner. 

* Book to see the nurse for your cervical smear.

* Get your kit for a bowel screening by calling 0800 707 6060

* Have your breast screening done by calling 01865 235621.

*Discuss with the GP if you have any other symptoms like blood in pee

*Aged 40 or older? For a general MOT book to see the HCA for a Health Check 

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Useful Contacts

Alec Turnbull Clinic (Family Planning)01865 456666
British Pregnancy Advisory Centre08457 304030
Carers Oxfordshire0845 050 7666
Childline0800 1111
Churchill Hospital01865 741841
Citizens' Advice Bureau08444 111444
Community Midwives01865 779284
Cruse (bereavement counselling)01865 245398
Dental Helpline111
Harrison Clinic01865 231231
Hollow Way Medical Centre Reception01865 777495
Hollow Way Medical Centre District Nurses01865 777203
Hollow Way Medical Centre Health Visitors01865 788893
Housing Advice Service0808 800 4444
John Radcliffe Hospital01865 741166
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre01865 741155
Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group01865 336800
Oxford Eye Hospital01865 741166
Oxford Registry Office*01865 815900
Oxfordshire Women's Aid01865 791416
Patient Advice and Liaison Service01865 741717
Smoke Free (helping smokers to quit)0800 022 4332
Relate (relationship counselling)01865 242960
Rowlands Pharmacy, Ivy Close01865 777089
Samaritans01865 722122
Victim Support01865 751511
Sainsbury's01865 777663
Boots on Retail Park01865 717699
Lloyd's at The Leys Surgery01865 401430

* Please note that for all registrations of births and deaths (and marriages) you must make an appointment with the Registrar. The Registry Office is at Tidmarsh Lane and is open Monday–Friday – 4.30 p.m. and on Saturday by pre-arranged appointment only. The Registrar also attends the John Radcliffe Hospital for the registration of births.

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