The Horton General Hospital serves a population of around 180,000 people from Banbury and the surrounding areas.
The hospital provides wide-ranging medical services, including emergency, acute general medicine, the Horton Children's Ward and the Brodey Cancer Centre.
The Horton General Hospital Charity helps to enhance the hospital environment and purchase equipment that makes a real difference to patients, as well as contributing to staff development and training.
This much-loved hospital has long benefited from the generosity of the local population; indeed it is named after its original benefactor, Mary Ann Horton.
Today much of the charitable support comes from the local community and businesses in the area.
With your help we can do more to enhance patient and staff areas across the Horton.
The Horton General Hospital Charity is part of Oxford Hospitals Charity (registered charity 1175809). Your support can make a difference to the areas of greatest need across the Horton, or you can suggest a specific ward or area you wish your donation to help.
You can support the Horton General Hospital by making a donation today.
You can also make a donation online:
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Do remember to tick the Gift Aid box if you are a UK taxpayer, as that will increase your donation by 25 percent.
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