Abingdon Community Hospital

01865 904346 Marcham Road , Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 1AG
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  • Major matters to you are tackled by our Minor Injuries Unit specialists


Abingdon entrance

Abingdon Community Hospital provides rehabilitation and palliative care for people who no longer require the services of an acute hospital but require greater support than currently provided in their home environment.

The hospital has a dedicated team of nurses, occupational therapists and physiotherapists and is supported by gerontologists (doctors specialising in the care of elderly people). 

Staff work closely with social services to source care placements and liaise with other care agencies.

In addition to its inpatient beds, the hospital has Oxfordshire Stroke Rehabilitation Unit,  a Minor Injuries Unit (MIU), an Emergency Multidisciplinary Unit (EMU), X-ray facilities (provided by Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust) and a range of mental health services.

For further information regarding what to bring if you are being admitted to the hospital, the referral process, visiting times for the community hospital or opening times for the minor injuries unit (MIU), please visit our dedicated page on Abingdon Community Hospital


Contact details

Abingdon Community Hospital

Tel: 01865 904346

Address: Marcham Road, Abingdon, Oxfordshire, OX14 1AG

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Major matters to you are tackled by our Minor Injuries Unit specialists

Abingdon MIU

Cycling accidents, craft knife slips, nails through fingers as well as sprains and bone breaks from sporting injuries – the team at Abingdon Minor Injuries Unit sees these types of painful mishaps and many more on weekly basis.

The dedicated and highly skilled Emergency Practitioners at the unit on the Abingdon Community Hospital site are the busiest in the county seeing, treating and patching up around 1,500 adults and children a month in the peak summer months.



Last updated on 23 July 2019.

Last updated on 24 July 2019.

Information supplied by Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust