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The success of the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre Appeal contributed to a major redevelopment programme, which started in 1995.

Hydrotherapy poolThe Appeal provided:

  • in 1995 the Tebbit Centre (£1.5m)
  • in 2002 the Botnar Research Centre (£4.5m)
  • in 2004 a new Hydrotherapy Pool (£750,000)
  • in 2006 £3000,000 towards a second MRI Scanner building
  • £6m for a new children's ward and 2 adult wards completed in 2007
  • £50,000 for a Sports Injury Service
  • £1m for research
  • £6.8m for Phase 2 of the Botnar Research Centre
  • £100,000 for art in the hospital which has supported a Heritage Mural and Sunflowers
  • £100,000 for the children's outpatient department
  • vdeo equipment, gait laboratory camera and a PALS office.

The Sports Injury Service treats a large number of patients, and is expected to become the premier sports medicine service in Oxfordshire and the surrounding areas.

We are pleased to support this service to help patients.