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Our Here for Health Centre is here for you to drop in, for information and advice on healthy living and how to reduce your risk of ill health.
We can also help you to access community services that will support you in improving your health.
Help, support and information are available to help you:
Drop in for support to live a healthy lifestyle: no appointment necessary
Oxfordshire Salaried Primary Care Dental Service
Join Oxford BioBank and support research into diabetes, heart disease and obesity.
If you are aged between 30 and 50 and healthy, please contact us.
Tel: 01865 857284
When you come along to the centre you will meet:
Emma is a Health and Wellbeing Physiologist and a member of the Royal Society for Public Health. Having previously worked for Nuffield Health she has experience of assessing lifestyles and supporting behaviour change with a broad spectrum of individuals. Emma has also worked as a Trainer for Thames Valley Police, Further Education Lecturer and as a Personal Trainer focusing on specialist populations, diabetes and weight management.
Kate has completed an MSc in Nutrition, Physical Activity and Public Health at the University of Bristol which has taught her skills in the promotion and maintenance of healthy behaviour change based on current evidence and policy-relevant research. She previously worked as a midwife within the Trust and has a particular interest in Perinatal Mental Health and psychosocial interventions.
Our smoking cessation specialist joined Here for Health in January 2016. She is funded by Solutions4Health to support OUH staff, patients and visitors who want to quit. Kate is trained in pharmacotherapy, smoking cessation during pregnancy and working with support groups, and can offer behavioural support, advice and counselling to help smokers achieve their goal.
We look forward to meeting you!
Oxford University Hospitals is committed not just to treat disease, but to improve people's health across Oxfordshire.
It isn't only our patients' health that's important to us; we have 11,500 staff members whom we would like to keep healthy as well - and we know that looking after our staff, physically and mentally, helps them look after our patients even better too.
Of course we can't do this alone - which is why Oxford University Hospitals is working with Oxfordshire County Council, and other local groups and organisations that share our goal of promoting health to our patients, visitors and staff.
Below, you can find a copy of the Here for Health Strategy and Action Plan that was approved by the OUH Trust Board, and our Consultation Document 2015/16.
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