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Kadoorie

Coronavirus / COVID-19

If you have a new continuous cough and/or high temperaturedo not come to our hospitals.

Follow the national advice and stay at home for seven days. For most people, coronavirus (COVID-19) will be a mild infection, but for some of our patients it is a higher risk. Please help us to help you.

Important information about non-urgent inpatient operations and outpatient appointments.

From Monday 23 March we will not allow any visitors to our hospitals – with a few exceptions.

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Critical care research and education centre

The Kadoorie Centre for Critical Care Research and Education is a purpose-built research and education facility at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Set up in 2003, it occupies an area on Level 3, at the front of the main building.

Sir Michael Kadoorie generously supported the initial establishment of the Kadoorie Centre, and due to its success supported an expansion in 2012.

The Kadoorie Centre aims to develop knowledge that will improve the care of patients who have suffered a critical illness or a traumatic injury, by targeted research and development.

Read our Trauma Research and Development newsletter