St Clements Surgery39 Temple StreetOxford, OX4 1JSTel: 01865 248 550
AIM: To be sensitive, respectful of the patients' dignity and confidentiality
Our Clinical will
Our Chaperone will
The chaperone will stand within the privacy curtain and will make you feel comfortable. They will make eye contact with you without making you feel uncomfortable. They will reassure you if they sense signs of distress or discomfort and ask if you require the clinician to pause or stop.
At the end of the examination / procedure
Our chaperone will
If you are concerned at all after the examination please ask to speak to the chaperone in attendance BEFORE leaving the practice. A confidential discreet discussion will be offered.
Our Trained Chaperones are:
Emmy Brasha Pam Drumm Denise Clegg Sandra SwitekJenny Edmonds
GMC - "Maintaining Boundaries - Intimate Examinations 2013"
In this section you will find information about Adult and Child Safeguarding
To protect health, well-being and human rights of individuals. Every human children, young people or vulnerable adults have a right to live free from any type of abuse, harm and neglect.
Different Types of Child Abuse:
Domestic abuse can seriously harm children and young people well-being or mental health. Witnessing domestic abuse-is child abuse, which is really distressing and scary for a child, and causes serious harm. Children living in a home where domestic abuse is happening are at risk of other types of abuse too.
A child is sexually abused when they are forced or persuaded to take part in sexual activities. Sometimes the child won't understand that what's happening to them is abuse.
It is the most common form of child abuse. It is failure to meet a child's basic needs, for example a child may be left hungry or dirty, without adequate clothing, shelter, supervision, medical or health care.
Online abuse is any type of abuse that happens online, on web, through social media or mobile phones.
Physical abuse means hurting a child causing injuries such as bruises, broken bones, burns or cuts.
Emotional abuse can involve deliberately trying to scare or humiliate a child or isolating or ignoring them.
Child sexual exploitation is a type of sexual abuse. Children in exploitative situations and relationships receive something such as gifts, money or affection as a result of performing sexual activities or others performing sexual activities on them.
Female genital mutilation (FGM) is a procedure where the female genitals are deliberately cut, injured or changed, FGM is usually carried out on young girls between infancy and the age of 15, most commonly before puberty starts. It is illegal in the UK and is child abuse.
Bullying is behaviour that hurts someone else – such as name calling, hitting, pushing, spreading rumours, threatening or undermining someone. It can happen anywhere – at school, at home or online. It’s usually repeated over a long period of time and can hurt a child both physically and emotionally.
Child trafficking and modern slavery are child abuse. Children are recruited, moved or transported and then exploited, forced to work or sold.
Grooming is when someone builds an emotional connection with a child to gain their trust for the purposes of sexual abuse, sexual exploitation or trafficking.
Harmful sexual behaviour includes might be using sexually explicit words and phrases, inappropriate touching or using sexual violence or threats
For more information about Children Safeguarding and how to identify the signs of abuse please visit http://www.oscb.org.uk/about-us/
What is OSCB?
Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board (OSCB) is the means by which organisations in Oxfordshire come together to agree on how they will cooperate with one another to safeguard and promote the welfare of children. The role of the Oxfordshire Safeguarding Children Board (OSCB) is to scrutinise and monitor this process, and to ensure that local agencies co-operate and work well to achieve this
WORRIED ABOUT A CHILD? REPORT IT ! Please keep Children Safe from Abuse
Adult at risk is someone who may be in need of help because they have care and support needs. There are many types of abuse and there doesn't need to be an injury for abuse to have taken place.
An abuser could be anyone partner, relative or a family member, care provider, neighbour, health professional, employer or even person who have no previous connection to the victim.
Recognising different types of abuse:
Please remember you might become aware of adult being at risk if you hear or see something, notice injuries or if family member or relative tells you something to raise concern.
For more information on Adult Safeguarding Please visit http://www.osab.co.uk/
Travel Vaccinations - Single Dose - £35.00 Travel Vaccinations - Course (x3) - £80.00 Travel Vaccination Certificate - £20.00 Private Prescription Charge - £15.00 Fitness to Travel Certificate - £20.00
Short Certificate - £20.00Cancellation Form (1+pages) - £40.00
Passport Countersignature - £25.00
Examinations, Licenses, Form etc.
Driving License Signature - £15.00Taxi/PCV/LGV/HGV/PSV/ Driver Examination - £90.00Pre Employment Medical - £60.00Pre Employment Report - £30.00Sports Medical and/or Report - £45.00
Accident or Sickness
Full Examination and Report - £125.00Report and Opinion (no exam) - £85.00Short Certificate of Incapacity - £15.00Private Sickness Certificate - £20.00Private Prescription Charge - £15.00BUPA/PPA/ Claim Form - £25.00Access to Medical Records - £10.00Photocopy of Paper Medical Records (per page) - £0.35Police Report/Solicitors Letter (including record) - £40.00Other NHS Letter - £25.00Private Blood Test - P.O.A
Private GP Consultation per 15 min (including the prescription fee) - £60.00Private Nurse Consultation per 15 min - £25.00Private Home Visit - £180.00
What is Restore?- It is a mental health service which provides a safe, therapeutic, and supportive recovery group for people with severe and enduring mental health problems.
How would this help you?- The recovery staff are there to support and encourage you to grow in confidence and develop your skills, and give you a chance for work experience in a supportive and low pressure café and shop.How does the system work?- The staff provide up to 7 places per day which is available to in-patients who currently live on the Littlemore site and are unable to access community projects, supported housing residents, or people who live within the community and were unable to find a service that would meet their needs. Members attend between 1 and 3 specific days each week with flexible hours so people with limited ground leave are able to attend.
What will you be doing ?- Working with the team of recovery staff and volunteers along with other members
The activities you would be doing in the Café are : Cooking, baking - food preparation, some customer service experience and barista work along with an opportunity to attend a food hygiene course and gain qualification.
In the Shop you would do things such as customer service, shop management, and chance to do delivery, unpacking and stock-taking.Is there any experience needed to take part? - You don't need any experience, all that they ask for is that you have a willingness to learn and work on building up your recovery goals.How to use the service? - You will need to be referred to the service. You can Talk with your key worker, or GP who can contact Grace or Lisa at Restore
If you are interested and wish to read more about the programme please click the text below to see the leaflet
Primary Care Information
New leaflet produced by NHS England in collaboration with the British Medical Association and National Association of Patient Participation groups.
It is to advise patients what they can expect from their GP and from the hospital when they are referred to see a specialist.
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Flu vaccination is available on the NHS to protect adults and children at risk of flu. Some people are at higher risk of serious illness, complications or even death.
This is why the Department of Health recommends flu vaccination.This year's flu vaccine is available free on the NHS for:
-all children aged 2 to 9 (but not ten years or older) on 31 August 2018-all primary school-aged children in former primary school pilot areas -those aged 6 months to under 65 years in clinical risk groups-pregnant women-those aged 65 years or over-carers-those in long-stay residential care homes-adults and/or children with underlying health condition
In addition vaccination is recommended for front-line health and social care workers.
If you are not eligible for a free flu vaccine, the charge per flu vaccine is £15
This year we have 3 types of flu vaccines:
- an adjuvanted injected vaccine, for people aged 65 and over- a quadrivalent injected vaccine, which is for adults aged 18 and over but below the age of 65 who are at higher risk from flu because of a long-term condition and for children 6 months and above in an eligible group who cannot receive the live vaccine.- a live quadrivalent vaccine which protects against 4 strains of flu, given as a nasal spray for children and young people aged 2 to 17 years eligible for the flu vaccine.
If you wish to find out more about vaccines please click below:
the best time is in the autumn, around beginning of October to end of November, but if you have missed it you can have the vaccine later in the winter.
If you wish to find out more about flu vaccines this year, please click below:
Flu Vaccination 2018/19
If you have any questions about flu vaccinations, please ask a member of our staff.
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