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The Radcliffe Camera (colloquially known as the "Rad Cam" or "The Camera"; ... Williams, a physician in the Radcliffe Infirmary and Professor of Botany, ...
Sophie Helen Rhys-Jones nasce al Radcliffe Infirmary ad Oxford il 20 gennaio 1965, seconda figlia ed unica femmina di Christopher Bournes Rhys-Jones (1931), al tempo direttore delle vendite di un’azienda di importazione di pneumatici, e poi presidente della King's School di Bruton.
The John Radcliffe Hospital (informally known as the JR) is a large tertiary teaching hospital in Oxford, England. It forms part of the 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.
The facility became Leicester Infirmary and Children's Hospital in 1911 and Leicester Royal Infirmary and Children's Hospital in 1914 before it joined the National Health Service in 1948.  The Windsor building was opened by the Queen in December 1993  and a new accident and emergency department was opened by the Princess Royal in March 2018.
A. Airedale NHS Foundation Trust, established 1 November 1991 as Airedale NHS Trust, authorised as a foundation trust on 1 June 2010.; Alder Hey Children's NHS Foundation Trust, established 21 December 1990 as Royal Liverpool Children’s Hospital and Community Services NHS Trust, changed its name to The Royal Liverpool Children’s National Health Service Trust on 15 March 1996, authorised as ...
There is free motorcycle parking on the John Radcliffe Hospital site. Motorcycle parking at the John Radcliffe Hospital. There is ANPR in all visitor car parks. The first 30 minutes are free. This is to enable visitors plenty of time to find a space or wait for one to become free in busy times. Payment is by card or phone only.