Headley Way, Headington
, Oxford, Oxfordshire, OX3 9DU
John Radcliffe Hospital
out of 5
Based on 136 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.
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83%staff recommend this hospital for care. 1336 responses. 11708 staff work at this trust.
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The Urgent Care Centre which is set up outside the A&E is just another outpatient/out-of-hours GP clinic. When I went to A&E, I w...
6 January 2019
Our 11 month old baby was admitted to hospital on Sunday night with a serious chest infection and spent 3 days at John Rafcliffe. All the...
19 December 2018
I visited the JR womens centre for a hysteroscopy and I was so pleased and comforted by the way the nursing and medical staff looked afte...
I had double jaw surgery 18 days ago. Honestly I could not fault the surgeons or the anaesthetists, the pre-op care I received was amazin...
7 December 2018
On October 3rd 2018 I had my Aortic valve replaced by the surgeon, the care from start to finish that I received at the John Radcliffe wa...
25 November 2018
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