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OUH Overview

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) is one of the largest NHS teaching trusts in England. It encompasses four primary hospitals: The John Radcliffe, The Churchill, and The Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre located in Oxford, and The Horton General Hospital in Banbury. Furthermore, approximately 6% of OUH’s patients who receive care at 50 satellite sites across Oxfordshire and the neighbouring counties.

Within this campaign, you will have the opportunity to join a strong workforce of approximately 14,000 dedicated individuals. In the year 2021/22 alone, OUH attended to 1.5 million outpatient visits and admitted 172,000 individuals through its Emergency Department. Presently, OUH operates with 1,300 beds, spread across 61 wards, and facilitates medical procedures through 48 operating theatres, encompassing all four hospitals.

Dedicated Workforce

Outpatient Visits

Patient Beds

Operating Theatres

OUH’s Unique Culture

Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) upholds a set of core values that encompass…







These values form the foundation of OUH’s vision, with its staff being at the centre of its mission. OUH strives to attract, train, and retain exceptional individuals who embody these values and contribute to the realisation of its vision. The aim is for employees to not only join OUH but also to have a long and fulfilling career within the Trust. Recognising the vital role of staff, OUH is dedicated to ensuring that every employee takes pride in their association with OUH, performs at their best, and has the opportunity to reach their full potential.

To find out more about working at OHU, please visit the Organisation page on this website. To see the full list of opportunities available within this recruitment campaign, along with opening dates for applications, please head straight to the Apply page.

“Together we make OUH a great place to work where we all feel we belong.”