Horton General Hospital

The Horton General Hospital is Banbury’s local hospital and a member of the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The Hospital provides a variety of healthcare services including general surgery, emergency/critical care, acute general medicine and a maternity unit, amongst other services.

Full details of the Horton General Hospital can be obtained via the Oxford University Hospitals Foundation Trust Website, including:

Contacting the Horton General Hospital:


Horton General Hospital
101 Oxford Road
OX16 9AL

Switchboard: +44 (0)1295 275500

Listen to Hospital Radio Horton


We broadcast to patients within the Horton General Hospital on the Hospedia Patient Bedside Entertainment system, Radio Channel 1. You are able to listen to us FREE. No headphones?! No problem, just ask the ward staff who will be glad to provide you with a headset. You can also listen via our website, by clicking the Listen Live button on the right, or via the TuneIn mobile app.

Full Details of methods to listen can be found in our Listening Guide.

Horton General Hospital: A History

Horton Infirmary Opening Poster from 1827

The Horton General Hospital was opened as the Horton Infirmary on 17 July 1872, with two wards, men’s and women’s, and a total of twelve beds. The architect of the first building was Charles Henry… Read More