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Horton General Hospital

Contact details

Oxford Road,
Banbury OX16 9AL
Tel: 0300 304 7777

About the hospital

The Horton General Hospital in Banbury serves the growing population in the north of Oxfordshire and surrounding areas.

Horton General Hospital - a snapshot of who we are and what we do (pdf, 3.2 MB)

It is an acute general hospital providing a wide range of services, including:

  • emergency department (with an emergency admission unit)
  • acute general medicine and elective day case surgery
  • trauma
  • maternity (midwifery-led unit) and gynaecology
  • paediatrics
  • critical care
  • Brodey Centre (treatment for cancer).

The majority of these services have inpatient beds and outpatient clinics, with the outpatient department running clinics with visiting consultants from Oxford in:

  • dermatology
  • neurology
  • ophthalmology
  • oral surgery
  • paediatric cardiology
  • radiotherapy
  • rheumatology
  • oncology
  • pain rehabilitation
  • ear nose and throat (ENT)
  • plastic surgery.

Acute general medicine also includes:

  • a medical assessment unit
  • a day hospital as part of specialised elderly care rehabilitation services
  • a cardiology service.

Other clinical services include:

  • dietetics
  • occupational therapy
  • pathology
  • physiotherapy
  • radiology.

Horton General Hospital is proudly supported by Horton General Hospital Charity.

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