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Oxford Healthcare Improvement

Supporting Oxford Health to provide safe, better quality care to its patients and improve the working lives of its staff.

The Oxford Healthcare Improvement Centre’s aim is to improve patient safety and quality for people in hospital, in their communities and homes, through a programme of quality improvement, research, training and collaboration.

Oxford Healthcare Improvement

Improvement projects

Our team members come from a range of backgrounds to ensure that improvement projects are approached in a systematic manner with clear evaluation.

Training and education

We train each member of staff involved in our projects so that they can continue to work together to make improvements after the OHI project has ended.

Quality Improvement:
How can it benefit you?

QI is an approach for developing, testing and implementing changes. It focuses on small changes that can be made quickly in a planned way. It involves looking at areas for improvement in your everyday work. Your ideas can lead to better outcomes for staff, patients and their families.

Get in touch

You can write to us at:

Oxford Healthcare Improvement
Prince of Wales International Centre (POWIC)
Warneford Hospital
Warneford Lane
Headington
Oxford
OX3 7JX

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Coronavirus (COVID-19): We are not allowing visitors to any of our hospital or inpatient sites in order to protect our patients and staff who care for them from the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). This is with effect from Monday 23 March 2020 until further notice.

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