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Terence Mortimer Education Centre

Updated 21 May 2020

Contact details

Terence Mortimer Education Centre
Horton General Hospital
Oxford Road
Banbury OX16 9AL

Email: hghedcentre@ouh.nhs.uk

Facilities

The Terence Mortimer Postgraduate Education Centre, a large Edwardian house, was converted in 1975 after the people of Banbury raised money for the hospital's centenary in 1972.

We provide and encourage the provision of high quality postgraduate education for doctors and dentists in training, in accordance with the criteria set out by the Health Education Thames Valley (Oxford Deanery) / University / Royal Colleges / Faculties.

We provide opportunities for continuing education for career grade doctors and principals in general practice, in order to improve the standard of patient care.

The building houses:

  • a common room with daily newspapers and television
  • a small servery which is open for lunch
  • three seminar rooms
  • a lecture hall
  • a simulation room
  • tutors / administration offices (Medical Education)
  • the Horton Library.

Lecture hall

  • AV Equipment: LCD projector, PC and Microsoft packages, TV, video conferencing.
  • Suggested use: lectures, exhibitions, social events.

Seminar rooms (3)

  • AV Equipment: plasma screens, PC and Microsoft packages, video conferencing.
  • Suggested use: tutorials, meetings.