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Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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The National NF2 Service

The NF2 Service was established in 2010 and is funded by the National Specialist Commissioning Group (NSCG) for patients in England and Scotland.

Patients from Ireland and Wales can be seen under this service but need to have agreed funding with support from their doctors.

Across the country there are four main centres; Oxford, Cambridge, London and Manchester. Oxford is the coordinating centre for the South West region.

  • (South West) Oxford with satellites in Bristol, Plymouth and Southampton
  • (North East) Cambridge with satellites in Birmingham, Leicester and Nottingham
  • (South East) London covering the South East
  • (North West) Manchester with satellites in Leeds, Liverpool, Newcastle and Sheffield

The Oxford NF2 Service provides care for children and adults with Neurofibromatosis Type 2. The clinic has over 225 patient visits per year with over 20 new referrals. We see people from the Oxford area, the South West of England and Wales.

What patients say

"I always get enough emotional support. I really cannot fault the NF2 team, they have looked after me and my boys for years. I don't know what I would have done. Thank you to all!"

"Everyone is very friendly. I've been coming to this clinic for nine years approximately and have seen only a small staff change. I know the team and they are fab."

"The team are amazing and always do everything possible to support me and my family."

"I am extremely satisfied with the planning of care/ treatment provided by the NF2 Team in Oxford."