Primary Care

The service was very helpful and I feel like I am in a better place after speaking to you.

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Primary Care Service User

Primary Care Wellbeing Workers take a person-centred approach in the delivery of 1-to-1 sessions for people who are experiencing mental health issues or other social or lifestyle issues that are impacting on their wellbeing. The support provided aims to encourage and enable people to link in with existing support services, use the support available in their local community, and develop tools to increase their ability to manage their own wellbeing.

The Primary Care Wellbeing Project has remained open throughout the Coronavirus pandemic. Support is being delivered via telephone but face-to-face support can still be offered for:

• those unable to speak at home due to risk of abuse

• those with hearing difficulties

• those with learning disabilities, autism or other needs that might make communication via phone challenging

Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Workers can:

• listen to you, giving you time to speak about your concerns and the things that are important to you

• offer time, space and support for you to work out the positive changes you want to make

• tell you about relevant services, resources and tools you can access to improve your wellbeing.

• support you to identify goals and encourage you to work towards them.

This service is available through participating GP practices in Oxfordshire. If you would like to speak to an Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Worker please see the referral option below that corresponds to your GP practice.


Participating Practices

Where is the GP practice you are registered with? (see drop-down lists below for participating practices)Referral Option
North OxfordshireCall your GP practice and ask to speak to the Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Worker
Oxford CitySelf-Referral (see below) or Speak to a GP/nurse at your practice and ask to be referred to the Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Worker
South West OxfordshireSelf-Referral (see below) or Speak to a GP/nurse at your practice and ask to be referred to the Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Worker
South East OxfordshireSpeak to a GP/nurse at your practice and ask to be referred to the Oxfordshire Mind Wellbeing Worker

Self-Referral

EMAIL: Send an email to primarycarewellbeing@oxfordshiremind.org.uk with your full name, date of birth, phone number and registered GP practice. It would also be helpful to include a brief outline of the reason(s) for your self-referral. Please type ‘SELF-REFERRAL’ in the email subject so it can be easily seen.

PHONE: Call the Oxfordshire Mind Information Line on 01865 24 77 88 and request a referral to the ‘Primary Care service’. The Information Line staff member will then take some details [date of birth, contact details, registered practice and a brief outline of the reason(s) for your self-referral] and will send these to the Primary Care service team.

North Oxfordshire

Bicester Health Centre

Montgomery House Surgery

Alchester Medical Group

Islip Surgery

Hightown Surgery

Woodlands Surgery

Windrush Surgery

Woodstock Surgery

Gosford Hill Medical Centre

The Key Medical Practice

Oxford City

St Bartholomew’s Medical Centre (inc. South Oxford Health Centre)

Bartlemas Surgery

St Clements Surgery

Cowley Road Medical Practice

Hedena Health

Manor Surgery

King Edward Street Practice

Dr Leaver and Partners

19 Beaumont St

Botley Medical Centre

Summertown Health Centre

Donnington Medical Partnership

The Leys Health Centre

Hollow Way Medical Centre

South West Oxfordshire

Abingdon Surgery

Malthouse Surgery

Berinsfield Health Centre

Marcham Road Health Centre

Long Furlong Medical Centre

Didcot Health Centre

Woodlands Medical Centre

Oak Tree Health Centre

Newbury Street Practice

Church Street Practice

White Horse Medical Practice

South East Oxfordshire

Mill Stream Surgery

Wallingford Medical Centre

Goring & Woodcote Health Centre

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