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The Oxford Academic Health Science Network works in partnership with lots of individual organisations. They are listed on these pages. Our key partners form a Partnership Board.

Bedford Hospital NHS Trust

Bedford Hospital NHS Trust is an acute district general hospital providing a range of services to over 270,000 people living predominantly in north and mid Bedfordshire. It is also the vascular hub for a population of 800,000 across Beds, Milton Keynes and Luton.

South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust provides an emergency 999 ambulance service managing around 500,000 emergency 999 calls per year. It serves an area of approximately 3,550 square miles, covering the counties of Hampshire, Berkshire, Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire with a resident population of around 4 million. The trust also provides non-emergency services including: Patient […]

South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust

South Central Ambulance Service NHS Foundation Trust (or SCAS for short) was established in 2006 following the merger of four ambulance trusts. It became a Foundation Trust on 1 March 2012. Its emergency operations centres handle around 500,000 emergency and urgent calls each year.

Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

Oxfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group (OCCG) was established in 2013. GPs in Oxfordshire, along with other colleagues from their GP practices, are working together in one county wide clinician-led commissioning organisation. OCCG has six strong localities which will commission local health services for the public.  

Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group

Clinical Commissioning Groups commission health services on behalf of local populations. Bedfordshire Clinical Commissioning Group is made of of Bedford, ChilternVale, Leighton Buzzard, Ivel Valley and West Mid Bedfordshire.

Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group

Milton Keynes Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) consists of 28 GP practices that have chosen to work together to take responsibility for the long-term strategic commissioning of health services for the people of Milton Keynes by actively engaging with clinicians, practice managers, nurses, communities and patient groups. We work closely with key statutory and voluntary partner […]

East Berkshire Clinical Commissioning Groups

There are three Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) in East Berkshire: Windsor, Ascot and Maidenhead; Slough; and Bracknell and Ascot. They work together as a federation and share some common staff. CCGs commission health services on behalf of local populations.

NHS England South

NHS England is one of four NHS regional teams that support the commissioning of high quality services and directly commission primary care and specialised services. Geographically, the South regional team covers an area stretching from Penzance to Margate, serving a population of approximately 13.5 million. NHS England provides clinical and professional leadership, coordinating, planning, operational […]

Buckinghamshire New University

Buckinghamshire New University has a long history of providing excellent education programmes in nursing, applied psychology and allied health. The university hosts the Thames Valley Health Innovation and Education Cluster (HIEC). The Faculty of Society and Health has three Schools: Pre-qualifying Nursing Advanced and Continuing Practice Social Sciences and Primary Care. The Faculty offers a […]

Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust

Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust provides community and mental health services across Berkshire. Care is mainly provided through local community teams who offer treatment and support through a wide range of services with strong links to local partnerships. Services include community and inpatient mental health services, learning disabilities and community healthcare. The Trust employs 4,300 […]

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