Your care

We know that it can be an unsettling time when you or those you care about are undergoing medical treatment. But don’t worry: we’re here to help.

Getting started

If you are already registered as a patient at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust, or have a family member or friend who is, you should find all the information you are looking for here.

Not yet being seen by us?

If you are experiencing non-life threatening health problems for the first time and think you might need treatment, contact your GP in the first instance.

Once you have seen your GP they will be able to refer you to the most appropriate local health service.

If you are not registered with a GP yet or are unsure of your GP’s contact details, please visit where you can find contact details for all your local healthcare services.

Helpful information

Non-urgent advice: In an emergency

Find out who to contact if you, or someone you know has concerns about their immediate health.​

Families, friends & carers

As a carer, looking after your own needs, health and wellbeing is important. Carers organisations aim to make it easier for carers to cope. They do this by providing information, support, and practical help. Visit our dedicated site for information.

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Page last reviewed: 18 January, 2024