Oxford Road Medical Centre | 25 Oxford Road | Burnley | Lancashire | BB11 3BB | telephone 01282 731 650

Oxford Road Medical Centre





Useful Telephone Numbers

Burnley General Hospital
Rossendale General Hospital

(01282)  425 071

Royal Blackburn Hospital
(01254) 263 555

Chaddesley House – Social Services
(01282) 425 961

Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages
(01282) 436 116

The Samaritans
0345 90 90 90

NHS 111 Service

Useful Links

You can register for our online appointment booking system and repeat prescription ordering, ask at Reception.

Please note:
This service is not available for booking Private Medicals, e.g. HGV, Taxi medicals etc.  Particular medical procedures/treatment may need more than one 10 minute appointment, e.g. Cervical Smears, Coil fits, Depo-medrone Injections, Cryo etc. You will still need to contact the Surgery to organise these appointments.  If you are in any doubt please do not hesitate to contact the Surgery for advice.

Please click on the Patient Access link below if you have already registered with us for this service:

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Links recommended by the NHS

Care Quality Commission
The Commission is the independent regulator of the NHS in England and it publishes a range of information on the quality of services provided by the NHS, including annual performance ratings for all NHS trust

Department of Health
National health policies, guidance and campaigns

East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group
East Lancashire Clinical Commissioning Group As a clinical commissioning group (CCG) we commission (buy) NHS health services in our local area which covers five key East Lancashire localities.

The Stroke Association has funded research into FAST – the Face Arm Speech Test – used by paramedics to diagnose stroke prior to a person being admitted to hospital. By diagnosing the possibility of stroke before reaching hospital, it is possible for appropriate referral to a stroke unit to be made as quickly as possible

Med Info
Provides free and easy-to-understand medical information and advice

NHS in England
Health information for England only, including how to find a local service in your area

Nutritionist Resource
If you’re in need of support, search our network to be connected with a professional nutritionist.

Patient UK
The aim of this website is to provide non-medical people in the UK with good quality information about health and disease

Dementia Care – Local Support Services

East Lancashire Dementia Care:
East Lancashire has a range of dementia cafes, carer support groups, training for carers and respite services. A full guide to local services for people with dementia, their carers and health and social care professionals can be found at the website.

Alzheimer’s Society East Lancashire:
Tele:  01282 421233
For information and advice regarding all issues related to dementia (all dementias – not only Alzheimer’s disease), and the society offers a variety of peer support, dementia cafes, carers support groups, dementia advisers and one to one support workers.

Age UK Lancashire:
Have offices in Accrington, Burnley, Clitheroe, Nelson and Rawtenstall and can offer benefits advice, peer-support, one-to-one support, day care support, hospital aftercare, sitting services if people have a health appointment and connect people to activities in their locality. Age UK also offers a well check service which supports people in finding the right solutions for their needs.

Carers Centres/Support services:
Tele:  0345 688 7113
Carers Link (Hyndburn and Ribble Valley) and Carers Contact (Burnley, Pendle and Rossendale) provide information, advice and support to carers. Practical help includes activities for Carers, one to one support, information and advice about caring roles, advice on respite and help in preparing Peace of Mind plans.

Help Direct East Lancashire:
Tele:  0303 333 1111
Provides free and local information on a wide range of issues, sign posting people to get the practical support, guidance and / or information they need to get the most out of life.

Council’s Contact Centre for social care support:
Tele: 0845 0530000
Not all services are means tested.