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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Coronavirus / COVID-19

If you have a new continuous cough, a high temperature, or a loss or change to your sense of taste or smell, do not come to our hospitals. Follow the national advice and stay at home for seven days.

Important information about our services and restrictions on visiting our hospitals can be found in the COVID-19 section.

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Your health services over the Bank Holiday weekend

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If you need health advice or support over the Bank Holiday weekend you can contact NHS 111.

NHS 111 is available online and is open 24 hours a day.

For information about Pharmacy opening times in Oxfordshire on Bank Holiday Monday 25 May 2020 see here:

Pharmacy Bank Holiday Opening Hours

Other services available in Oxfordshire over the Bank Holiday weekend

Minor Injuries Units (MIU) and mental health support

Please visit the Oxford Health website for information on opening hours of minor injuries units and accessing local mental health services:

NHS healthcare over the late May Bank Holiday weekend

Emergency Departments (A&E) and the 999 emergency ambulance 

These services provide vital care for life-threatening emergencies, such as loss of consciousness, suspected heart attack or stroke, severe breathing difficulties or severe bleeding that cannot be stopped. In these cases call 999 immediately.

Dental services 

If you think you need urgent dental treatment:

  • call your usual dentist in the first instance who will advise on emergency treatment
  • if you cannot contact your dentist or you do not have one, use the NHS 111 is online service

For more dental information please see:

How can I get an NHS dentist in an emergency or out of hours?

Non COVID conditions 

We are reminding everyone to seek urgent care and treatment at all times especially for symptoms of stroke and heart attack. Delays in getting treatment pose a long-term risk to health.

We encourage people to use other important services - such as cancer screening and care, maternity appointments, immunisations and mental health support. These services can all be accessed safely.

For further information please visit our 'Help Us Help You' advice page.

There is also advice and support for people who may be worried about COVID-19 infection, with links to the latest local and national guidance about symptoms, testing and how to get the care you need.

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Advice and Support