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Provider: Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Requires improvement

CQC has taken urgent enforcement action for a failure to provide safe care and treatment. We have issued conditions on the providers registration and these will remain until CQC are satisfied that improvements have been made. See our press release.

We are carrying out checks on locations registered by this provider. We will publish the reports when our checks are complete.

Urgent and Emergency Care – Type 3 service

23 October 2019

This survey looked at the experiences of people who attended type 1 or type 3 urgent & emergency care (UEC) services.

Type 1 services include A&E departments, and may also be known as casualty or emergency departments.

Type 3 services include urgent care centres, urgent treatment centres and minor injury units. The survey only includes services directly run by an acute NHS trust.

These are the results for type 3 services.
All trusts also have results for type 1 services. See the results for type 1 services.

We use surveys to find out about the experiences of people who receive care and treatment.

Between October 2018 and March 2019, a questionnaire was sent to 420 people who had used Type 3 services at each eligible trust.

Responses were received from 76 people at Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.