We provide physical, mental health and social care for people of all ages across Oxfordshire, Buckinghamshire, Swindon, Wiltshire, Bath and North East Somerset.
Our services are delivered at community bases, hospitals, clinics and in people’s homes. We focus on delivering care as close to home as possible.
In everything we do, we strive to be caring, safe and excellent. When you need us, we’re here for you.
We are always looking for motivated new people to come and join our teams across Oxfordshire, Bucks, Swindon, Wiltshire, Bath and North East Somerset.
Become a member of our Trust and have a say in how your local health services are developed. We are constantly looking to improve the services we provide.
By increasing our understanding of the causes, prevention and treatment of mental health disorders and community and social health care, we are able to make real improvements to peoples’ lives.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC), the body that assesses the quality of NHS services in England, has rated Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust as good overall, and the Trust has a good rating in in four out of five quality measurements – effective caring, responsive and well-led and requiring improvement in the remaining one, safe.
Our school health nurses in Oxfordshire will be sending parents vaccination information letters and consent forms in September 2016, and the vaccination programme will begin in October 2016.
Our Children and Young People’s Mental Health (CAMHS) participation team covering Swindon, Wiltshire, Bath and northeast Somerset have been working with young people to challenge misconceptions about mental health. Over this summer, young people working with the team developed three short films, which they hope will be included in school PHSE packs. The films talk frankly about … Read more
On 19th October, Oxford Health staff join NHS staff around the country to make their own personal pledges to improve the lives and care of their patients and fellow staff, as part of NHS Fab Change Day.
Dr Robbie Dedi starts as Deputy Medical Directory at Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust on 10th October 2016.
Oxfordshire County Council are due to begin the first phase of Access to Headington roadworks on Monday 17th October 2016. The roadworks are likely to affect people accessing our Warneford Hospital site.
People using the services offered by the Oxfordshire Mental Health Partnership talk about their experiences.
A digital art exhibition, celebrating the talents of people who use mental health services, launches on 10th October 2016 for World Mental Health Day, and runs the whole of this week.