Headley Way, Headington
, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 9DU
John Radcliffe Hospital
out of 5
Based on 129 ratings for this hospital
The John Radcliffe Hospital (JR) site in Headington, Oxford, now comprises the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford Heart Centre, Women’s Centre, West Wing (Neurosciences, Head and Neck and Eye Hospital) and Children's Hospital. The JR is the largest of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s hospitals, housing many departments of Oxford University Medical School. It is Oxfordshire’s main accident and emergency site and provides acute medical and surgical services, trauma and intensive care.
Tel: 0300 3047777
Address: Headley Way, Headington, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 9DU
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53%staff recommend this hospital as a place to work. 1336 responses. 11708 staff work at this trust.
95%Patients recommend this hospital. 5426 responses.
95%Patients recommend this hospital. 1176 responses
88%Patients recommend this hospital. 835 responses
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83%staff recommend this hospital for care. 1336 responses. 11708 staff work at this trust.
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I am a Volunteer Driver. I delivered a lady patient and her companion to the Blue Outpatient’s area on time. Both ladies were hard of h...
9 February 2019
First time came with eye problem, scratches on the eye ball. 3 hours waiting.
Second time my wife came with poison fish stunk, 8 hours s...
The JR2 complex has good healthcare professionals and facilities but is inaccessible by car. Hour long queues and nowhere to park. It nee...
8 February 2019
I have been admitted to the JR twice following a peads appointment during these past 4 days
We were told to come to one of the adult w...
26 January 2019
I had an accident with a lawn mower in October 2018, I remained a patient until being discharged from hand trauma clinic early January 20...
21 January 2019
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