Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust

01865 901000 Littlemore Mental Health Centre, Sandford Road, Littlemore , Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX4 4XN


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Oxford Health provides wide ranging services to a population of approximately 2.5million people living across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Wiltshire and Bath & North East Somerset.

We work closely with other services such as GPs, community pharmacies, other hospitals, local authorities and clinical commissioners, to make sure our patients get the best ‘joined up’ care.

We provide many services, either in our community hospitals or within local communities, helping to support people both in their homes and as close to their homes as possible.

In Oxfordshire: We deliver specialist mental health services and community health services to a people of all ages  - from the very young to the old. This includes, dementia services, school nurses, health visitors, speech and language therapists, specialist dentists and social workers among many.

The trust also runs Minor Injuries Units (MIUs) at our community hospitals in Abingdon and Witney, and First Aid Units (FAUs) run from Wallingford, Chipping Norton and Bicester community hospitals.

In Buckinghamshire: We provide specialist mental health services to people of all ages.

In Wiltshire and BaNES: We provide specialist mental health services for children and adolescents

Forensic services: The trust provides forensic mental health services for people with a mental health condition and a history of criminal offending, or those who are at risk of offending.

Eating Disorders: We operate a specialist eating disorder service – Cotswold House – for adults from two bases – in Oxford and Marlborough, Wiltshire.

For detailed information about our services and sites go to our services section on our website www.oxfordhealth.nhs.uk

You can view the inpatient staffing levels across the trust by visiting the following page: www.oxfordhealth.nhs.uk/support-advice/safe-staffing-levels/    



Last updated on 21 December 2020.

Information supplied by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust