The Oxford Craniofacial Unit is located in the West Wing at the John Radcliffe Hospital. Inpatients are admitted to the newly built Children’s Hospital on the same site. The unit continues to be dedicated to the treatment and research of craniofacial conditions and is one of four supra-regional units in the UK funded directly by the Department of Health.
he Oxford Craniofacial Unit
The Oxford Craniofacial Unit is currently based within the John Radcliffe in the city of Oxford, U.K. The unit is dedicated to the treatment and research of craniofacial conditions and is one of four supra regional units in England funded directly by the Department of Health.
The Purpose of our Website
This site has been set up and organised by the staff of the Unit and interested parents to provide accurate information on various issues surrounding craniofacial conditions. We would ask that you use this site for information purposes and as a guide only and not for individual diagnosis. It is important that a diagnosis is only made with the appropriate medical input.
The website will be under constant development as more information becomes available, so please visit us again. Please click the buttons on the left for information about the Oxford Craniofacial Unit and specific craniofacial conditions.
Please note that all of the information offered here is offered in good faith and every effort is made to keep the information up-to-date as far as practicably possible. If you have any specific medical questions or concerns please contact the unit’s staff. See the Find and Contact Us tab at the top of this page.
If you have any suggestions for information that you think should be included on the website, please do not hesitate to contact us at the Craniofacial Unit in Oxford on 01865 231084 or 01865 230185.