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The Rycote Practice will be closed for essential staff training from 1pm on Wednesday 12th September for essential staff training. We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.

We are aware that some patients continue to experience problems with online access. Help can be found at https://support.patientaccess.com which includes guides and video tutorials.

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We are holding our first walk-in flu clinic for Over 75s and 18-64 year olds at risk on

Saturday 29th September 2018 - 08:30 - 11:30

Please note that due to vaccine supply issues this session is NOT for children or those aged 65 - 74.

For more information about our flu campaign, further flu appointments and changes for 2018 please click here 



Improving Access for Patients

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As part of the Government's pledge to provide 7 day care, we are offering additional appointments on some weekday evenings and some weekends. South east Oxfordshire practices are working in partnership to open until 8pm on weekdays and for three hours on Saturday and Sunday mornings offering, routine pre-bookable appointments to all patients.

You can read more about these appointments and when The Rycote Practice will be open by clicking here.


Excellent Care by Working Together                           girl_with_xray

At The Rycote Practice we believe in providing modern healthcare based on traditional values. We  feel that we can deliver the best possible care by working together with patients, relatives and other healthcare professionals.  With this in mind, every patient is under the care of a usual doctor here at Thame Health Centre so that you can see someone who knows you each time you come in. We will discuss the latest treatments and ensure that you receive the care that is best for you.

The Rycote Practice is a member of Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

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