Mayfield Clinic offers an all-encompassing cold and flu service. Book your face to face or video appointment with one of our experience private GPs to discuss your symptoms or book your routine flu vaccine
In cases where cold and flu symptoms haven’t improved after three weeks, symptoms suddenly get worse, you have a very high temperature or start to struggle with your breathing, a GP can help you.
Our private GPs can also administer your annual flu vaccine.
Book an in-person appointment with one of our expert GPs in Oxford and London, or an online appointment available from the comfort of your own home nationwide.
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Speak to our GPs about the symptoms of your cold or flu, such as congestion, cough, sore throat and more
Our GPs can work with you to develop a treatment plan to ease your symptoms and assist in your speedy recovery.
Keep safe this winter by immunising yourself against the flu, and making sure you have access to flu tests. Both tests and vaccinations are available in Mayfield Clinic.
The flu is a very contagious respiratory illness with symptoms very similar to a bad cold.
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I've been a GP for 25 years, working both in the NHS and privately in London, Australia and Oxford.
I founded Mayfield in 2010 after realising that dedicated extra time with patients makes a huge difference to their care.
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I completed my undergraduate at Sheffield and then moved to Oxford for my postgraduate. I have a keen interest in men's health, paediatrics and geriatrics.
When I'm not at work I enjoy spending time with my family, rugby and running.
I completed my degree at Oxford University and worked in a range of specialities before becoming a GP. I love working for Mayfield, delivering high quality care to all my patients.
I enjoy running and cooking in my spare time.
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I completed my medical degree at Liverpool University. I enjoy the diverse set of medical problems that general practice brings and I look forward to delivering excellent care as part of the team at the Mayfield Clinic
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If you have been suffering from cold or flu symptoms for over three weeks and they aren’t improving, a Mayfield Clinic GP can help you. If your cold is also causing chest pain, trouble breathing, congestion or headaches that won’t go away, pain in your sinuses, pain to swallow, thick mucus in your cough or vomiting, you should visit a GP.
Asthma, sinus infections, whooping cough, pneumonia, tonsillitis and other infections may be causing your prolonged cold and flu symptoms so your doctor will want to rule out any other health conditions. Your condition will be assessed and if needed treatment will be provided. Please note that we will not prescribe antibiotics to treat the flu. A GP can help to protect against the flu by giving you a flu vaccine. It is recommended to have the vaccine every year.
The flu vaccine is a safe and effective way to protect against flu. The best time to have the vaccine is during the autumn or early winter which is just before flu begins to spread. The flu vaccine is particularly recommended to those who are over 50, have other health conditions, are pregnant or who work in frontline health or social care where picking up the flu or passing the flu on to vulnerable people is more likely. It is not recommended to have the flu vaccine if you have had a serious allergic reaction to the vaccine in the past.
At Mayfield Clinic we offer two type of vaccination, a standard intramuscular vaccine for those aged under 65 and a Fluad Tetra vaccine for those aged 65 or older.
Colds are viruses which are spread from person to person by germs in coughs and sneezes which can live for 24 hours. To avoid catching a cold you should regularly wash your hands, use tissues when you cough and sneeze and dispose of these straight away. Staying generally fit and healthy will also help to prevent severe cold symptoms. The flu is often worse than the common cold and symptoms tend to be more intense and begin more abruptly. The best way to protect yourself from catching the flu is to have the flu vaccine.
Yes. Please book an in-person or video appointment with a GP online, as this will provide scope for lip-reading. In-person GP appointments also enable you to communicate in writing with the GP.
Yes. Please contact the practice on 01865423425, press option 9 and identify yourself as visually impaired. We will assist you in booking a telephone appointment with one of our GPs, who you can see in person, or who can then call you at the time of the appointment.
Here at Mayfield Clinic, we understand that waiting for your NHS GP can be time-consuming and frustrating and when you have a medical concern you want to get seen quickly to alleviate the symptoms. That's why we offer same-day appointments with our expertly trained doctors, both in-person and online, through video consultations. Our GPs can provide first-class private healthcare. We work with leading practitioners, trained and worked for the NHS, registered with the General Medical Council, and work under Mayfield Clinic's CQC registration.
Find out more about why you should choose Mayfield Clinic as your private GP
We understand how worrying unexplained health concerns can be and the importance of quick diagnosis and treatment which is why we are proud to be able to offer a selection of same day or next day GP appointments within clinic opening hours.
We have carefully selected team of expert GPs who are available for both in person and video GP consultations. By working with a small team of GPs, you will benefit from having a named doctor who you can consistently book your appointments with, and who knows your medical history.
We want to make access to a GP as quick and easy as possible, simply book the appointment you would like via our website.
By booking a private GP appointment at Mayfield Clinic, you will benefit from a defined 30-minute consultation with an expert GP. This allows you the time to discuss your health concern in full, receive detailed advice or information on your treatment plan and to ask any questions you may have.
By booking an appointment at Mayfield Clinic, you will have direct doctor interaction from the outset.
Unlike other GP provisions, we don’t require you to complete an online e-consult form before being able to book to see a GP. Simply visit our website to book your appointment where you will be able to discuss your health concerns directly with a doctor.
Should you need a referral following your GP appointment, our team have access to a network of trusted specialists.
Mayfield Clinic offers both in person and online appointments, prescriptions, referral letters, sick notes and more.
Do you need a private GP appointment in person in Oxford or London or online from anywhere in the UK? At Mayfield Clinic we provide a unique multi-disciplinary service incorporating general practice, mental health and specialist care. Based in Summertown Oxford and Chelsea London, we are doctor-led and independent, offering both in person and online GP services and we are dedicated to provide same-day GP appointments everywhere in the UK. We are fully CQC registered and aim to operate to the highest clinical standards. Our expertly-trained private doctors can provide you with a range of services including same-day consultations, blood tests, referral letters, and travel services.
Mayfield Clinic Oxford is conveniently located on Banbury Road in the Summertown neighbourhood of North Oxford. The Oxford Parkway Park and Ride station, located on the Banbury Road about a mile north of Summertown, provides frequent bus service into the city. Alternatively, parking is available for £2 per hour in the Summertown Car Park, only a 2-minute walk from Mayfield Clinic.
Mayfield Clinic London is located in in Lower Sloane Street, just off the King's Road. Sloane square car park is a short walk away from the clinic and the nearest tube station is Sloane Square which is on the district and circle lines. There is also a bus stop at this station,
You can also see a Mayfield Clinic GP from the comfort of your own home with our online video appointments. You have the option to book an online appointment when booking online.
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