John Radcliffe Hospital

0300 3047777 Headley Way, Headington , Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 9DU
http://www.ouh.nhs.uk/hospitals/jr/default.aspx

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Children's & Adolescent Services

This Department is managed by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust


01865 741166

Most Children's Services in Oxford are based at the Children's Hospital on the John Radcliffe Hospital site in a purpose-built environment for children. Services are also provided in the main John Radcliffe Hospital, Women's Centre and Horton General Hospital in Banbury.

We provide a wide range of specialty services for children from throughout the Thames Valley and beyond. Services are largely provided by paediatricians and surgeons with particular paediatric specialist interests, but who also provide the general paediatric service.

Things you should know

OxPARC is the Regional Paediatric Rheumatology Unit for South Central England. Our team has specialist experience in paediatric rheumatology and knowledge of inflammatory diseases, chronic pain and other conditions of bone and muscles.

Staff

Our OXParc team has specialist experience in paediatric rheumatology and knowledge of inflammatory diseases, chronic pain and other conditions of bone and muscles.  All members contribute to making a diagnosis, providing care and support to patients and families.

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The following table shows staffing levels on wards that provide this service.

Where wards provide more than one service the results include shared values for all services provided on that ward.

Nurse staffing levels - Children's & Adolescent Services OCTOBER 2016

Ward name % of registered nurse day hours filled as planned (Hospital) % of Unregistered care staff day hours filled as planned (Hospital) % of registered nurse night hours filled as planned (Ward) % of Unregistered care staff night hours filled as planned (Ward)
J-WD Bell-Dray

99%

of planned level

97%

of planned level

100%

of planned level

79%

of planned level

J-WD Kamrans

99%

of planned level

n/a

Data not available

99%

of planned level

100%

of planned level

J-WD Melanies

99%

of planned level

84%

of planned level

96%

of planned level

n/a

Data not available

J-WD Newborn IC

98%

of planned level

90%

of planned level

98%

of planned level

93%

of planned level

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Key facts about the Children's & Adolescent Services department at John Radcliffe Hospital

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Latest reviews of this service

Amazing Care on Melanie's ward and by Plastic Surgery Team

I have been treated twice by the plastic surgery team who sorted out two infections in my leg . The first occasion was very serious and I...

21 December 2016

Wonderful Staff On Bellhouse-Drayson Ward

My 5 year old daughter went in on Tuesday and had to stay over night for her test on Wednesday. They whole team were amazing and caring a...

29 September 2016

Excellent ever with exemplary services.

We were transferred to the JR from Royal Berkshire, Reading. We are thankful for the loving staff at JR for care and cure of my baby. Sta...

8 July 2016

Care after scoliosis operation in PHDU and Melanie's ward

We have experienced amazing care for my daughter (15) following a scoliosis operation. Our first thanks go to the spinal team, who we ca...

30 June 2016

Toms Ward Is Fantastic

My son had a 3 night stay on Toms ward after having surgery on his kidney, the staff were amazing, they were so friendly and caring and t...

28 March 2016

Children's & Adolescent Services services at this Hospital

Ward name Friends and Family Score for March '17 Other services in ward for March '17
J-WD Bell-Dray
8%
J-WD Child TDA
0%
J-WD JR_Chi CDU
8%
J-WD Kamrans
0%
J-WD Paed HDU
0%
J-WD Paed ICU
0%
J-WD Robins
9%
J-WD Toms
6%

Last updated on 21 May 2015.

Information supplied by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust