Healthcare Team

To contact the district nurses please call 01865 904980.


The practice is supported by a number of clinical staff who work across the 3 practices in Didcot as part of the Didcot Primary Care Network.

Clinical Pharmacists

This team are responsible for managing patients with complex medication regimes, changes in medication following discharge from hospital and a number of long term conditions where optimisation of medication is essential.

  • Ziad Laklouk
  • Hibah Al-Ramadhani
  • Shreeya Gadhia

Pharmacy Technician

  • Sonia Webb


This team will see patients with musculo-skeletal problems to identify an initial course of treatment or signpost for longer-term management and treatment.

  • Kerry Jones
  • Vicky Russell

Mental Health Nurse

This nurse is trained to provide an urgent first response for patient suffering with anxiety, depression, stress and low mood

  • Karen Cook

Social Prescribers

Our social prescribers work for partnership organisations including Age UK, Sofea and MIND.  They are there to support patients with a range of social issues which may be impacting on their health including loneliness, support with benefits and funding needs, access to sufficient and healthy food, challenges and difficulties at home.

  • Kate Hart
  • Selina Dearlove
  • Georgie Boyling

Health Visitors

A health visitor is a registered nurse who has received training particularly related to babies, children and pregnant women. Their role is to provide families with children under five years old with support and advice around the general aspects of mental, physical and social wellbeing.

The Didcot Health Visiting Team are based at The Bluebell Centre, Didcot Children and Family Health Services, 2 Hillary Drive, Didcot, Oxon, OX11 8PS, and can be contacted on 01865 903920


Attached Staff

Medical Trainee

Woodlands Medical Centre does have medical trainees (F2 Doctors and Students) working at the surgery.  Trainees are always supervised by one of the experienced GPs in the practice who is available to review individual patients during these appointments if necessary.  We value the opportunity of helping to develop the doctors of the future.  We also teach Oxford University medical students and they may occasionally sit in during consultations – we always ask your permission before allowing them to see you, so if you would rather see the doctor alone, please feel free to decline. Additionally, doctors occasionally video their consultations for teaching and examination purposes.  You will always be asked for consent before this and we completely understand if you would rather not take part in this.