Clifton Hampden Surgery

The Surgery, Watery Lane, Clifton Hampden, Oxon OX14 3EL

Practice Staff

Partners

Dr Estelle James
1998 Leeds
MBChB DCH DRCOG

Dr Irene Steinbrecher
2001 London
MRCCP DRCOG DCG DPD MBBS

Salaried General Practitioners

Dr Peter Rubin
1989 Dublin
LLM MD MB BCH BAO LRCP&SI

Dr Charlotte Sellers
2010 Oxford
MA BMBch MRCGP DTM&H

Practice Manager

Mrs Amy Laker

As the practice manager, Amy is responsible for the administration of the practice. If you have any comments or suggestions for the practice, you can:

Reception Staff

Reception staff can help with booking appointments to see a doctor, answer your questions and concerns, and offer help. It is a legal and contractual requirement that all staff protect the confidentiality of patients’ records at all times.

Practice Nurses

Practice nurses can give help and advice for many aspects of healthcare. For more information, please go to Practice Services and see The Practice Nurses.

District Nurses

District nurses care for patients who can’t visit the practice and need skilled nursing care at home. These patients might be recovering from a major operation, or be elderly and too frail to care for themselves. If you are housebound, or you care for someone who is, our nurses can give you plenty of information, advice and support.

If you or someone you care for might need the help of a district nurse, you can call on 01865 903750.

Health Visitor

The health visitor is a nurse who has been trained in child health and development. She is here to support new mothers and their babies, from the birth until the child starts school. The health visitor also organises vaccinations for babies and toddlers against childhood diseases, including:

  • Diptheria
  • Haemophilus influenza type B (Hib)
  • Measles
  • Meningitis C
  • Mumps
  • Polio
  • Rubella
  • Tetanus
  • Whooping cough

You can see the health visitor by appointment (available 09.00am to 12.00 noon, Monday – Friday), or by visiting the drop-in clinic on Tuesday mornings. She can also arrange a home visit if necessary.

To reach her, you can call (01865) 407 372. Leave a message, and she will call you back.

Midwife

The midwife can advise and help with the health of mothers-to-be, new mothers and new-borns. Most care is given at the practice, but scans are done at The John Radcliffe Hospital. For more complex cases, you would be seen in hospital. This would most likely be The John Radcliffe Hospital.

You can contact the midwife at the practice, or at Wallingford Hospital’s St George’s Ward by calling 01491 826 037.

Practice Counsellor (Currently Unavailable Due to Coronavirus)

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