Amenities

  • 6 high specification surgical theatres
  • 64 private en-suite bedrooms
  • 7 bed ITU
  • 2 minor procedure suites for day case and outpatient surgery
  • Oncology suite providing inpatient and outpatient care
  • Balcony café
  • Free underground car park

Services

  • Over 300 qualified consultants lead our medical and surgical services
  • Matron led care
  • Radiology unit including: mammography, ultrasound, MRI & CT scans
  • On-site registered pharmacy, pathology & physiotherapy
  • Private GP service
  • Health assessments
  • 24 hour ECG analysis

Experts

  • Cardiology, cardiac & thoracic surgery
  • Neurosurgery & complex orthopaedics
  • Ophthalmology
  • Women's & men's health
  • Lymphoedema
  • Weight loss
  • Ear nose & throat
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Oxford, The Manor Hospital

Beech Road, Headington, Oxford, OX3 7RP

01865 307777
Diagnostic Imaging (appointments and enquiries) 01865 307 437
Nurses' Station (for inpatients only) 01865 307 579
Physiotherapy (appointments only) 0845 0454845
Reception and all general enquiries 01865 307777
New treatment enquiries 01865 307750
Accounts 01865 987 653
Physiotherapy (enquiries) 01865 307 533

Events

Mon 23 May

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Tue 31 May
An event about Visual loss in the elderly with expert advice on eye health and therapeutic options
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