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East Oxford (Rectory Road) clinic

Visiting the clinic

You don’t have to wear a mask / face covering unless asked to do so by a member of staff. If you have symptoms of COVID-19 or you / someone in your household has tested positive for COVID-19, please do not come to a clinic. Follow the national guidance for people with symptoms of a respiratory infection including COVID-19, or a positive test result for COVID-19

Under 18s – young persons drop-in

This drop-in (no appointment required) session has moved to the Oxford (Churchill Hospital) clinic.

Clinic U (an inclusion health clinic)

@Rectory Road Clinic U logoClinic U provides contraception and sexual healthcare to people who may need extra support and longer appointment times. To find out how to get an appointment, see Clinic U.


This clinic is open by arrangement only (please do not drop-in). For information on how best to access the service you require, choose from the list below:

If we have asked for you to come into clinic, aim to arrive no more than 5 minutes before your appointment time. You can bring two people with you if required.

Medicine collection slots

If we have arranged for you to collect medicine from the clinic, this can be picked up at the following times (except bank holidays, when the clinic is closed):

Tuesday 14:00 – 17:00

Please collect your medicine within three weeks or contact us to rearrange if this is not possible.

How to find us

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Rectory Centre

29 Rectory Road



If you have any queries, please call our main phone line (do not phone Rectory Centre).

Getting here

Traffic can be very busy and parking spaces limited. It's a good idea to use alternatives to car travel where possible, such as walking, cycling or public transport. Services such as Traveline can help you plan your journey.

Access and facilities

We are committed to ensuring our services are accessible to all. Please contact us if you have any specific requirements due to a disability, impairment, sensory loss or other relevant conditions / circumstances and we will do our best to accommodate these.

Disabled access

There is a lift that can be used. This is at the front of the building, through Turning Point.

Interpreting and translation services

It can take time to arrange interpreting and translation services.

Please let us know your requirements when booking a telephone appointment or organising a time to come into clinic, so we can make the necessary arrangements.

Travel and car parking

There is no parking available on site. The nearest car park is approximately 300 metres away and is pay and display (limited spaces).