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Critical care in Oxford

Adult Critical Care Oxford is part of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH).

Why Oxford is special for critical care

Adult Critical Care Oxford is a tertiary referral centre for critical care, regional vascular and major trauma, and supports one of the largest transplant departments in Europe.

Adult Critical Care Oxford comprises the Adult Intensive Care Unit (AICU) at the John Radcliffe Hospital and the Churchill Intensive Care Unit (CICU) at the Churchill Hospital.

Adult critical care staff provide services outside of the department, such as emergency response (e.g. rapid response teams) and and critical care follow-up services.

As such, adult critical care provides rich learning and career opportunities in many different areas of nursing and medicine.

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