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Oxford (Thames Valley)



Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford

John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford

Royal Berkshire Hospital

High Wycombe & Stoke Mandeville Hospitals

Milton Keynes University Hospital

Great Western Hospital

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Rotation Highlights

The Oxford deanery is a fantastic place to train with a great mix of hospitals and trainers. The rotation is primarily known for its academic background and links to the university, which are certainly prominent features of training here, even for non-academic trainees. This lends itself to a very evidence basedapproach to orthopaedicpractice across all of the hospitals in the region and alsoallows trainees to get involved with the variety of research projects that are continuously running, with many choosing to take time out and complete PhD’s with the university.

Aside from academia, there are many other attractions to the deanery. Practical surgical training here is excellent with a variety of great trainers across all subspecialties in each of the hospitals. The deanery itself is geographically small, with all of the hospitals within an hour of Oxford, making life much easier. It’s also an attractive area of the country to live in with easy access to London when needed.


Joe Dixon

Hello, I’m Joe an ST4 on the Thames Valley (Oxford) rotation, after a brief sojourn on the light blue rotation (EOE) last year. I have a clinical interest in lower limb arthroplasty and soft tissue knee surgery and am keen on Medical Education, I work as a College Tutor at the Green Templeton College. I think we provide fantastic clinical and academic training here in Oxford so please do get in touch if you have any questions.

Oxford (Thames Valley)
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