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The Horton General Hospital in Banbury is an acute general hospital serving the north of Oxfordshire and surrounding areas. It provides a wide range of services, including the Emergency Department, general surgery (Horton Day Case Unit), acute general medicine, trauma and orthopaedics, obstetrics andgynaecology, paediatrics, critical care unit, coronary care, cancer resource centre and sexual health.
Address: Oxford Rd, Banbury, Oxfordshire OX16 9AL
Phone: 01295 275500
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 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.
Probably not used as often as the Banbury and Oxford hospitals by our residents, but has been on occasions.
Warwick Hospital houses the majority of the Trust’s Acute Services including; Accident and Emergency services, Diagnostic and Pathology departments, Maternity and SCBU (Special Care Baby Unit), Main and Day Surgery Theatres together with an Intensive Care and Coronary Care Unit.
Minor Injuries such as: sprains and strains, wound infections, minor burns, scalds and minor head injuries can be treated at out Minor injury Units at Stratford-upon-Avon Hospital and Ellen Badger Hospital in Shipston-on-Stour. More Information.
If you’re generally healthy and aged 17 or over, do something amazing…. Give blood
Most people can give blood, but before we accept your blood we need to ensure there’s no risk of us harming you or the patients who will receive it. Use the below links to see if you are eligible to give blood and to gain advice on preparing to give blood.
Not all the criteria regarding eligibility are listed, so any questions or queries please contact us on 0300 123 23 23 or via the webform.
Please note that from February 2012, men are allowed to donate blood every 12 weeks. Please read Male Donation Frequency update FAQs for full details.
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Horsefair Surgery moved to its new, purpose built premises 300 metres from Banbury Cross in February 2009.
Free patient parking, including disabled parking, is available for up to one hour at South Bar House. Additional Pay & Display parking is available on South Bar Street and in the Calthorpe Street Long and Short Stay car parks.
Parking at the Middleton Cheney branch surgery is permitted, without restriction, in Horton Road outside the Surgery.
The practice was established at the beginning of the last century when health care provision was very different. Then, only the wealthy enjoyed good medical care; now it is the right of all.
The team are dedicated to your continued good health and approach your care with professionalism, discretion and friendliness. You can count on a warm welcome from everyone involved here at the practice.
Windrush Surgery is in the centre of Banbury, 500m from the Cross of nursery rhyme fame. The practice has been established for 40 years and our main surgery is an elegant extended Edwardian town house. The consulting rooms are all situated on the ground floor, as are the nurses’ treatment rooms, providing easy access for the disabled. The Practice Manager, medical secretarys and admin team’s offices are all based on the first floor.We have a branch surgery in the town about a mile away from our main surgery where we hold surgeries four mornings a week.
Fenny Compton and Shenington is a traditional family GP practice. In addition to offering high quality general medical services, we also offer a range of specialist services and nurse-led clinics for specific conditions such as Asthma and Diabetes.
Cropredy Surgery is a small, semi-rural practice housed in a building constructed in 2001 with suitable disabled facilities.
You may register with either of our two doctors and can see the doctor of your choice if you book your appointment in advance.
We have plenty of car parking around the surgery.
Telephone number 01295 256201
Offering a range of health services, including child care, health visitors and contraception services.
|NHS 111, When it’s less urgent than 999|
What is 111?
NHS 111 is a new telephone service being introduced to help make it easier for you to access local health services.
If you live in Oxfordshire, you can now call 111 when you need help fast, but it isn’t a 999 emergency. The 111 service is currently not available in border areas with phone numbers starting 0118, 01793, 01280 and 01844.
You can ring 111, 365 days a year, to reach a full range of local health services, including out of hours, doctors, community nurses, emergency dental care and late opening chemists.
Calls from landlines and mobile phones are free – just like 999.
Type Text Talk for Deaf or Hard-of-Hearing People
The 111 service is also available via typetalk on number 18001 111.
How does it work?
111 will get you through to a team of highly-trained advisers, who are supported by experienced nurses. They will assess your symptoms and guide you to the right local service.
Wherever possible, the NHS 111 team will transfer you directly to the people you need to speak to. If they think you need an ambulance, they will send one immediately – just as if you had originally dialled 999.
When do I use it?
People should use the NHS 111 service if they need help or advice urgently but it’s not a life-threatening situation. You should call 111 if:
- it’s not a 999 emergency;
- you don’t think it can wait for an appointment with your GP; or
- you don’t know who to call for medical help.
For less urgent health needs, you should still contact your GP or dentist in the usual way, and for immediate, life-threatening, emergencies please continue to call 999.
Why should I use it?
NHS 111 is a fast and convenient way to get the right help – whatever your need, wherever you are, and whatever the time. It can also help us to free up 999 and local A&E departments so that they can focus on emergency cases.
What if I have already been given a number to call for a condition I have?
If you are already receiving healthcare and a health professional has given you a specific telephone number to call when you are concerned about your condition, please continue to use that number.
What if I live outside Oxfordshire?
The NHS 111 service is not available everywhere in the UK. If you are outside of Oxfordshire, please contact NHS Direct on 0845 4647.
|Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group||01865 336795|
|Alzheimers Society||01295 757124|
|Cancer Information Centre||01865 225688 or 225690|
|Carers’ Centre||01295 264545|
|Banbury Citizens Advice Bureau||0844 848 7922|
|Health Visitors & District Nurses||01295 819109|
|NHS Direct||0845 4647|
|NSPCC||0808 800 5000|
|Urgent medical care outside normal hours||111|
|Oxfordshire Association for the Blind||01865 725595|
|PALS (Patient Advice and Liaison Service)||0800 052 6088|
|Registrars of Births and Deaths||01296 382581|
|Royal National Institute of the Blind Helpline||0845 702 3153|
|Social Services||01295 257788|
|Thames Valley Police
|0845 8 505 505|
|Women’s Aid National Helpline||0808 2000 247|
|Churchill, Oxford||01865 741841|
|Danetre Hospital Daventry||01327 702113|
|Horton, Banbury||01295 275500|
|John Radcliffe, Oxford||01865 741166|
|Milton Keynes General||01908 660033|
|Northampton General||01604 634700|
|Nuffield Orthopaedic, Oxford||01865 741155|
|Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford||01865 311188|
|Stoke Mandeville, Aylesbury||01296 315000|
|Stratford General||01789 205831|
|Witney Community||01993 209400|
|Chacombe Park Care Home||01295 712001|
|Cox & Robinson||01295 262039|
|Cross Chemist||01295 263058|
|Middleton Cheney||01295 710386|