John Radcliffe Hospital

Telephone: 01865 741166
Address: Headley Way, Headington, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 9DU
Website: http://www.ouh.nhs.uk/hospitals/jr/default.aspx

4 out of 5 stars

Based on 252 ratings for this hospital

Accident and emergency services

This Department is managed by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust


01865220208


01295 229412

The Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust has emergency departments at the John Radcliffe Hospital and Horton General Hospital.  Both are open 24 hours a day.

The John Radcliffe also has a Children's emergency department which is open from 10.00am until 8.00pm.

Opening times

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Last verified on 02/07/2015

Things you should know

On arrival, go to reception give them your name and address, your date of birth, why you are attending and the name of your GP. You will be triaged by a nurse who will assess your injuries. You will be seen as soon as possible, by medical priority.

Staff

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Latest reviews of this service

Husband admitted with strangulated hernia

My husband and I arrived in Oxford on June 6th and within ten minutes of arrival were in an ambulance taking us to john Radcliffe Hospita...

27 June 2015

Great staff, thoroughly professional

After dislocating and fracturing my shoulder after a fall from my horse, the staff were amazing, they made my stay short, efficient and a...

24 June 2015

Amazing seamless care for my toddler

After three days of the wait and see approach with sensible advice from my GP surgery I finally took the plunge and visited A and E with ...

20 June 2015

Excellent service in A&E

I visited A&E with an ankle injury. The department was very busy but I was seen by triage within 20 minutes, x-Ray within an hour and...

11 June 2015

Disappointed

I waited for 2 and a half hours saw triage nurse then was told they would not help. I cannot hear I have not been able to hear for 4 days...

4 June 2015

Last updated on 02 July 2015.

Information supplied by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust