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Our practice is a member of the Safe Places scheme in South Oxfordshire

Our practice is a member of the Safe Places scheme in South Oxfordshire. This is a national scheme that helps vulnerable people feel confident and safe whilst they are out. Our health centre is a designated safe place.

Our Practice

We are a friendly, caring practice with a strong sense of teamwork and innovation. We want you, the patient, to feel that you are important to us.

While we inevitably spend much of our time dealing with illness, we lay great stress on prevention and on improving your health. We aim to help to develop a healthy community and have fostered the development of easily accessible exercise schemes such as Health Walks, HealthCycling and the Green Gym.

The Health Centre was opened in 1970 and has grown since. Located in a semi-rural area, we look after a population of almost 10,000 patients within a six-mile radius extending into the northern suburbs of Reading and west of Henley-on-Thames. We dispense medicines to about a third of our patients (eligible because they live more than a mile from the local pharmacy 'as the crow flies').

Please click here to see our patient brochure: Practice brochure.

Latest News

Flu clinics

Please book an appointment with our Reception team. Our clinics are by appointment only and are not walk in clinics.

Please click here to read our Flu newsletter.  Clinics are running throughout October. There are clinics at lunchtime (1230-1400), early evening and on a Saturday and Sunday in October.

CQC Inspection

On 24th June 2019 we were inspected by the CQC (Care Quality Commission).  We are delighted to announce that following this inspection they have once again given Sonning Common Health Centre an overall rating of "outstanding".  To view the report and associated documentation in full, please follow these links:, CQC inspection report, CQC inspection evidence table.

Vision Statement, Core Values and Patient Charter 2019

Please click this link to see this document: Vision statement, core values and patient charter 2019

Social prescribing with the Community Information Network

This is a way in which the Community Information Network can help patients to link with a range of local, non-medical activities, opportunities and support that can improve patients' health and help patients “live life to the full”.


If you think that you would benefit from social prescribing help or support, please speak to your GP or a practice nurse about being referred to the Social Prescribing team.


You can also contact the Community Information Network team yourself directly on 01235 849445 or email

The Community Information Network is part of the Age UK Oxfordshire family of services.

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

A new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect in May 2018.

How we use your information

For guidance on how we use your information please read our Privacy Notice, our How we use your medical records document and our Transparency Statement. There is also information on the noticeboard in our foyer.

Healthy Activities for all ages booklet

This booklet provides information on local groups and activities to inspire local residents to join a new group or to take up a new challenge. Thank you to Sue Litchfield for compiling this informative guide. Click here to view it: Health Activities around Sonning Common

Accessible information

If you have impaired sight and would like a large-print copy of our patient brochure please ask at reception. If you would like to view information on our website in a larger font size you can do so by using the browser settings on your computer to make the font a larger size.

How to Find and Contact Us

To the bottom of the screen is our Extended GP Access information.  Please click the link below for future dates. They are on some Wednesday and Friday evenings and some Saturday and Sunday mornings. 

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