The ADHD Clinic are here to answer your enquiries, provide further information and manage your assessments and appointments.
We look forward to hearing from you.
In line with government advice and other healthcare providers, we are reviewing our clinic practices on a regular basis.
Currently we are not able to offer consultations in our usual clinic rooms.
We are offering either telephone consultations or online video consultations. These are very easy for us to set up and for you to access on a phone or, ideally on a computer or laptop.
Please get in touch with us on our usual phone number or email address and we will do our best to help.
Adult ADHD Help - Getting in Touch
Please contact the admin team using the enquiries form below, and we will be delighted to get back to you with more information.
In light of Government guidance following the coronavirus pandemic, we are offering online video consultations for new patients and either telephone consultations or video for follow up appointments. These are very easy for us to set up and for you to access on a phone or, ideally on a computer or laptop.
The Manor Hospital
Beech Road, Headington, Oxford, Oxfordshire OX3 7RP
Oakley Green, Windsor, Berkshire SL4 5UL
The Priory Wellbeing Centre
62 The Avenue, Southampton, Hampshire SO17 1XS
The ADHD Clinic
The Manor Hospital
Phone lines are open 10am until 1pm Monday to Friday on most working days of the year (excluding Bank Holidays and between Christmas and New Year) but outside of this time leave a message and the team will get back to you. In terms of clinic hours, these vary. Some evening appointments are available in clinic and by telephone and Skype.
ADHD help - out of hours
If you require medical assistance, please contact your GP in the first instance. If you require urgent medical care, please call NHS 111. This is the three digit telephone number for urgent care services in the UK. You are advised to call NHS 111 when you are in need of medical help but it is not a life-threatening emergency or urgent enough to call 999.
NHS 111 operates 24 hours a day, seven days a week and 365 days per year and is free to use from a landline and a mobile.