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  1. Oxford University Hospitals (OUH) is a world renowned centre of clinical excellence and one of the largest NHS teaching trusts in the UK. We became a Foundation Trust on 1 October 2015 and believe that this will enable us to work more effectively in partnership with our patients and our local community to provide high quality healthcare.

  2. Infirmary and the radcliffe Observatory as well. The hospital opened on St Luke’s day (18 October) 1770, operating under strict rules that provided for The RI: a medical history As a new chapter in Oxford’s development begins to unfold on the Radcliffe Infirmary site, Andrew Moss reflects on its glorious past top: John Radcliffe presents

  3. The Radcliffe Infirmary. Oxford University Press. Moss, Andrew (2007). The Radcliffe Infirmary. History Press. ISBN 978-0752442488. Robb-Smith, A.H.T. (1970). A Short History of the Radcliffe Infirmary. Church Army Press/United Oxford Hospitals. ISBN 978-0950167404. Selby-Green, Jenny (1991). History of the Radcliffe Infirmary. Image Publications.

  4. 25 feb 2016 · Las excavaciones arqueológicas en el lugar del primer hospital ‘moderno’ de Oxford, el Radcliffe Infirmary, ha descubierto evidencia de su funcionamiento tras su construcción en 1770 y durante varias ampliaciones posteriores del siglo XIX.

  5. THE RADCLIFFE INFIRMARY (MAIN BLOCK), WOODSTOCK ROAD Listed on the National Heritage List for England. Search over 400,000 listed places Overview Official List Entry Comments and Photos Previous Overview Next Comments and Photos

  6. Les propositions initiales pour la construction d'un hôpital à Oxford sont présentées lors d'une réunion de la fondation Radcliffe, qui administrait les biens de John Radcliffe évalués à 4 000 £, en 1758. Les bâtiments sont édifiés sur un terrain donné par Thomas Rowney, député d'Oxford.

  7. 25 nov 2014 · The legacy of a physician who gave Oxford some of its landmark buildings is being explored in a new exhibition. John Radcliffe left the bulk of his fortune to charitable causes on his death 300 years ago in 1714. This funded the Radcliffe Camera, which was Britain's first circular library, the Radcliffe Observatory and the Radcliffe Infirmary.