For patients and families How we help How to access services If you feel that you need extra help and would like to access our services, you will need to be referred. You can speak to your GP to ask for a referral or call our community nurse specialist team who will speak to your GP directly for you and discuss the appropriateness of a referral. Our team works closely with GPs which means referrals can be quick and efficient. We'll contact you as soon as the referral has been made and talk to you about your wishes and needs so we can support you to receive the care you need. Referrals can be made from the following people: GPs, community matrons, district nurses Hospital teams, with the agreement of the consultant in charge Allied health and social care professionals The patient or family Please note that in all cases there needs to be agreement from the GP (community patients) or hospital consultant (hospital or community patients) before we can contact you directly. If you're registered with any of the following GP surgeries, we will be able to accept your referral, as long as your GP gives consent: Bloxham Surgery Bourne End Surgery, Hook Norton Brackley Medical Centre Byfield Surgery Charlbury Medical Practice Cropredy Surgery Deddington Health Centre Hightown Surgery, Banbury Horsefair Surgery, Banbury Shenington Surgery Springfield Surgery, Brackley West Bar Surgery, Banbury West Street Surgery, Chipping Norton White House Surgery, Chipping Norton Windrush Surgery, Banbury Woodlands Health Centre, Banbury Wychwood Surgery, Shipton Under Wychwood If you live just outside this area, you won't be referred to us for care at home, but you can talk to us about other options as you may be able to use some of our services. We can also put you in contact with hospices and care providers in your area.