John Radcliffe Hospital
John Radcliffe Hospital is a medical institution and hospital located in Oxford, United Kingdom. It is one of the largest tertiary teaching hospitals and known as a major center for medical research.
The name of the hospital given after 18th-century physicians and graduate from the Oxford University Graduate John Radcliffe.
This institute work as the major teaching hospital for Oxford Brookes University and Oxford University. It established as a part of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
There is a great variety of departments in the hospital that include Adult Intensive Care Unit, AAA Screening Programme, Blood Donor Centre, Bowel Cancer Screening, Chronic Fatigue Service, Community Neurology Specialist Nurse Team, Emergency Department, Eye Department, Education Centres, Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit, and many more.
John Radcliffe Hospital History
There is a prominent position that occurred by the large structures in Headington Hill.
The initial building of this hospital was opened in 1972 when they start to offer services related to women and neonatology.
On the other hand, they opened the second building in 1979 that consist of the majority of specialist services for the area.
The authority added lots of other facilities to the site that consist of the Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Brain.
After that, the expansion of the building takes place when the Radcliffe Infirmary closed. These facilities worked under a contract in 2003.
The authority has added a variety of services in the upcoming years.