一位全科醫生說，她的手術室 "爆滿 "了，因為14年前承諾為一個擁有3500個住房的莊園建造的新手術室還沒有建成。
牛津郡臨床委員會的一位發言人說，它與白馬谷區議會一起，仍然 "致力於 "在該地產的新手術。
A GP says her surgery is "bursting at the seams" as a new one promised for a 3,500-home estate 14 years ago has yet to be built.
Dr Rachel Ward, who works at the town's Woodlands Medical Centre, said her surgery has had to move some services due to a lack of space.
Dr Ward said when she started work in 2018 they had 10,000 patients but that has now rocketed to 17,500.
"We're trying to keep up with the growth and recruiting more but we're at the stage now where we're bursting at the seams when it comes to physical space to house the doctors and nurses to run these clinics," she said.
"We will start to see that more and more. When we simply don't have enough rooms for GPs to do clinics then we really do get into strife," Dr Ward added.
An Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group spokesperson said it remained "committed" along with Vale of White Horse District Council to the new surgery on the estate.
"We need to work closely with the council as there are still a number of processes to go through but we would hope the new surgery building would open its door to patients by 2025 at the latest," they said.