Hospital Services in Oxfordshire and Surrounding Area
NHS hospital services are run and managed by NHS trusts, which make sure that hospitals provide high-quality healthcare. Independent Private Hospitals provide services for a fee (sometimes funded by the NHS). Community Hospitals in Oxfordshire are not run or managed by the same trust as the main hospitals and their details are listed under Community Health.
Apart from emergency care, hospital treatment is arranged through your GP (usually using the NHS e-referral service). Treatment at NHS hospitals is only free if you are a resident in England.
There are a number of hospitals (NHS and independent) in Oxfordshire and its surrounding areas, offering a range of medical and surgical services including trauma, intensive care, heart centre and cardiothoracic. By accessing the hospital websites using the links below you will be able to find more details and their CQC performance ratings.
The John Radcliffe Hospital (JR)
The John Radcliffe Hospital (JR) in Oxford is Oxfordshire's main accident and emergency site and is situated in Headington, about three miles east of Oxford city centre. It includes: A&E, Children's Hospital, Eye Hospital, Heart Centre and the West Wing and Women's Centre. Read more here...
The Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre (NOC)
The Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre (NOC) in Oxford treats patients with bone and joint problems and has a world-wide reputation for excellence in orthopaedics, rheumatology and rehabilitation. The hospital also undertakes specialist services such as the treatment of bone infection and bone tumours, limb reconstruction and the rehabilitation of those with limb amputation or complex neurological disabilities. Read more here...
The Churchill Hospital
The Churchill Hospital in Oxford is a centre of excellence for cancer services and other specialties, including renal services and transplant, clinical and medical oncology, dermatology, haemophilia, infectious diseases, chest medicine, medical genetics and palliative care. Read more here...
The Horton General Hospital
The Horton General Hospital in Banbury has both inpatient and day case beds and also provides outpatient clinics, and is an acute (short-term medical and/or surgical treatment and care) general hospital providing A&E and a wide range of services. Read more here...
The Great Western Hospital
The Great Western Hospital, Swindon is a modern hospital providing emergency care, surgery, diagnostics, paediatrics, maternity, outpatient and day case services. Read more here...
Royal Berkshire Hospital
Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading is based about 15 minutes' walk from the centre of Reading and provides emergency care, surgery, diagnostics, paediatrics, maternity, outpatient and day case services. Read more here...
The Manor Hospital: https://www.nuffieldhealth.com/hospitals/oxford
Horton Treatment Centre: http://www.hortontreatmentcentre.co.uk/
Berkshire Independent Hospital: http://www.berkshireindependenthospital.co.uk/
Sandford Medical Centre: http://www.sandfordmedicalcentre.com
The Circle Reading: http://www.circlehealth.co.uk/locations/reading
The Ridgeway Hospital: http://www.bmihealthcare.co.uk/ridgeway/