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Live at Three – Interview with Andrew Stevens on OCCG Public Consultation

Live at Three – Interview with Andrew Stevens on OCCG Public Consultation

Liz spoke exclusively with Andrew Stevens – Director of Strategy and Planning at the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to help explain the ongoing public consultation in connection with the five year Government sustainability and transformation plan and the future of the Horton General Hospital. Listen again to the interview: Phase one of the […]


New service at HART of Oxfordshire patient care

New service at HART of Oxfordshire patient care

A new service that aims to deliver high quality care in Oxfordshire patients’ own homes or places of residence has been launched. The new Home Assessment Reablement Team (HART), launched on 1 October, will allow people to leave hospital once their medical needs are stable or to remain at home after a minor accident or […]


Horton Q&A Public Meeting at St Mary’s Banbury

Horton Q&A Public Meeting at St Mary’s Banbury

Crowds turned out in force once again to attend a public meeting at St. Mary’s Church on Thursday, jointly organised by Victoria Prentis MP and Banbury Town Council in which executives from the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust* and the Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group** answered questions from the public concerning the future of the Horton […]


Live At Three – Keep the Horton General

Live At Three – Keep the Horton General

The Chairman of Keep the Horton General, Keith Strangwood dropped into Radio Horton’s studio to talk exclusively to Liz MacLeod on our weekly magazine programme, Live At Three about potential cuts and closures to services at Banbury’s Horton General Hospital. Amongst the changes, proposed by The Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust include plans to […]