This is one of the largest NHS teaching trust hospitals in the U.K. The hospital is located in Oxford. A range of clinic and specialized medical services are provided at the hospital. The hospital is also a teaching and research hospital. Private care is also available at the hospital. Fat reduction surgery, gynaecology and paediatric treatments are provided for private patients. A 22 bed unit is reserved for private patients. Ambulance services are also offered for emergencies and non emergencies.
Physiotherapy Clinics Just wanted to praise the work and conduct of EMILY McCULLEN the Clinical Specialist Physiotherapist who is looking after my son (who broke his finger)Emily has seen Mohsin twice now and on each occasion her patience, dedication and professionalism has shone through ! She shows she really cares for his recovery.Thanks Emily, you are a credit to your department and a credit to your profession !
Sir Jonathan qualified as a doctor at St Thomas Hospital Medical School. In 1980 he was appointed Consultant Physician and Nephrologist at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Birmingham University. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians (London) in 1985.
Sir Jonathan became increasingly involved in hospital management during the 1990s, being appointed Clinical Director, then Medical Director and finally Chief Executive of the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Trust. In 2000 he was recruited to the position of Chief Executive of Guys and St Thomas Hospitals NHS Trust in London, an organisation that he led to become one of the first wave of Foundation Trusts in the NHS.
He has held a number of regional and national roles including membership of the UK Clinical Research Collaboration Board, Chairmanship of the Board of NHS Innovations (London), Chairmanship of the Association of UK University Hospitals and Chairmanship of the Board of the NHS Foundation Trust Network. Sir Jonathan was knighted in the New Years Honours in 2005 for services to the NHS.
In the same year he was elected Fellow of Kings College London in recognition of his contribution to the relationship between the health service and higher education. In 2007 Sir Jonathan was appointed by the Secretary of State for Health, to chair an Independent Inquiry into the access to healthcare for children and adults with learning disabilities. The report, Healthcare For All, was published in July 2008. Before joining the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust (formerly Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust), Sir Jonathan was Managing Director of BT Health.