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Renal Services

The Oxford University Hospitals offers a range of services to provide treatment of disease of the kidneys and kidney failure.

Tthe Renal Unit provides a regional service for diagnosis and care of patients with kidney failure.

Renal Medicine has satellite units in:

  • Banbury (Horton General Hospital)
  • High Wycombe
  • Milton Keynes
  • Aylesbury (Stoke Mandeville Hospital)
  • Swindon (Great Western Hospital)

The Transplant Unit provides kidney transplantation for six counties and pancreas and bowel transplantation for a wider area.

Urology includes the service at the Horton General Hospital in Banbury and national service for complex kidney cancer.

Key staff

  • Prof Peter Friend FRCS
    Transplant Clinical Lead
  • Allie Thornley
    Renal Clinical Lead and Matron
  • Jenny Hayes
    Matron for Transplant and Urology
  • Mr Mark Sullivan FRCS (Urology)
    Clinical Director for Renal, Transplant and Urology
  • Ben Wright
    Operational Services Manager
  • Rebecca Cullen
    Service Manager for Renal and Transplant


  • Allie Thornley
    Dialysis / outpatient Matron
  • Jenny Hayes
    Renal and Transplant Ward / inpatient Matron