Radcliffe Infirmary. / 51.76028°N 1.26194°W / 51.76028; -1.26194. The Radcliffe Infirmary was a hospital in central north Oxford, England, located at the southern end of Woodstock Road on the western side, backing onto Walton Street .
The Radcliffe Infirmary became an independent NHS Trust in 1993, and part of the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust in 1999. The Radcliffe Infirmary closed in late 2007, with services moving in the main to the John Radcliffe Hospital West Wing. The building now belongs to the University of Oxford.
It forms part of Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and is named after John Radcliffe, an 18th-century physician and Oxford University graduate, who endowed the Radcliffe Infirmary, the main hospital for Oxford from 1770 until 2007.
OXFORD MEDICAL MEN The Radcliffe Infirmary John Radcliffe left £4000 towards funding a hospital in Oxford, and a five-acre site in the fields of St Giles was donated by Thomas Rowney (MP for Oxford 1722–1759).
The Radcliffe Infirmary became an independent NHS Trust in 1993 and part of the Oxford Radcliffe Hospitals NHS Trust in 1999. The hospital closed in 2006 and the site is now being developed by the University of Oxford.
18 gen 2007 · History. The Radcliffe Infirmary, Oxford’s first hospital opened in 1770. It had 277 beds and provided specialist healthcare services across the Thames Valley and beyond. These include ...
Radcliffe Infirmary 1770 - 2007. Radcliffe Infirmary. Nationality: English; British. based: Oxford, Oxfordshire, England, United Kingdom. 1758 - first proposals to build a hospital for Oxford were made at a meeting of the Radcliffe Trustees.