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Health in Oxford We don’t like to think that we’ll get ill or have an accident when we’re on holiday, but if you do find yourself in trouble and away from home there are several numbers that could prove essential.

If you need to see a doctor or think you have an illness, your first port of call should be NHS Direct, who have trained nurses available to advise you about what you should do next and if you should go to the emergency department of the local hospital. NHS Direct can be contacted on 0845 46 47 and more details can be found at www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk.

When you are advised to go to the accident and emergency department or are taken there in an ambulance, you will probably end up at The Radcliffe Infirmary [map] on Woodstock Road, which is the most central hospital, or The John Radcliffe Hospital [map] in Headington which has one of the largest accident and emergency departments in Oxfordshire.

If you need emergency dental treatment you can contact the Emergency Dental Clinic at Kidlington [map], Kidlington Health Centre, Oxford Road, on 01865 842609.

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