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Community Neurology Specialist Nurse Team

We are a team of Community Neurology Specialist Nurses, each one leading on a particular neurological condition (MS, Parkinson's Disease, Epilepsy and rare neurological conditions).

We work together as a team, to provide advice, guidance and support for people and their families living with long-term neurological conditions, locally, when and where it is needed.

There are some long-term neurological conditions that are supported by other established services. If this applies to you, then we will ensure that we signpost you to the appropriate service.

We work closely with the Oxford University Hospitals based Neurology Specialist Nurses and Neurologists, and we include patients in all aspects of their care.

What we offer

  • Nurse-led clinics around Oxfordshire and South Northamptonshire - to provide sensitive assessment, problem-solving and support. This may include referrals to other services where required.
  • Home visits (where appropriate).
  • Free support, advice and education to community healthcare professionals and other residential and social care providers in the community.


Community Neurology Specialist Nurse Team referrals

Contact us

  • Opening hours: Monday to Friday (excluding Bank Holidays): 8.30am - 4.30pm
  • Community Neurology Specialist Nurse Team: 01865 737465
  • Email:

If you require urgent advice outside of these hours, please contact your GP or out of hours GP service.

We are often out of the office for home visits or clinics. If you do leave a message or email the service, we will respond as soon as possible, but this may not be the same working day.


Oxfordshire Community Neurology Specialist Nurse Service (CNSNS) leaflet (pdf)
Updated May 2022

Oxford City Council: 01865 249811

Oxfordshire County County Council Social and Health Care: 0345 050 7666 Option 2
Self-referral for benefits, care and equipment


Last reviewed:22 February 2024