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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Transforming Oxfordshire's healthCare

Developing healthcare services for the future

The NHS in Oxfordshire has started discussions with the public and those using our services on how to deliver care and treatment in ever-more innovative ways, using resources more efficiently, and providing quality services within the budgets we have. We are talking to our patients and the public about the opportunities we have for doing things differently.

We face increasing demands on our services. While the amount of money we receive for the NHS in Oxfordshire is increasing year on year, the cost of delivering services is growing at a faster rate. If we don't change anything, we face a potential funding gap of £200m by 2020/21.

At Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust we are working with our health partners:

to develop healthcare fit for the future in Oxfordshire.

We have jointly set up a Transformation Board to drive forward change in health and social care in Oxfordshire. The vision is that a joint plan for Oxfordshire will strengthen the range of services available in community-based centres supported by specialist skills from our hospital clinicians.

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