Oxford Medical Reunions
Reunions are open to those who are University of Oxford medical alumni, and also to those who have studied in the Oxford Clinical Medical School, whether or not they qualified through the Oxford School. Reunions need not necessarily be confined to a single dinner and we are always willing to work with a cohort - soliciting opinions on the style and content of a reunion, and identifying local correspondents who can help to individualise the occasion to make a reunion profile that most people would enjoy
Gone but not forgotten...
Your time at Medical School is over but we will always remember you. However for you recalling your peers can become difficult as the years pass. Oxford Medical Alumni is your best way of keeping in touch with all those with whom you shared the joys, and depths, of medical school life.
Reunions are held to mark every 10th anniversary of qualification as a doctor at: 10, 20, 30, 40, 50 and 60+ years out. OMA reunions include your former tutors - and partners are usually most welcome too!
- 2006, your 10th Reunion will take place in June 2016. Your family and children are very welcome at our annual family tea party at Osler House. The afternoon will be followed by a buffet reception for alumni and adult guests.
- 1996, your 20th reunion - will take place on 16 April 2016 at The Queen's College
- 1976, your 40th reunion - will take place in October 2016
- 1966, your 50th reunion - will take place on 17 September 2016 at Oriel College
On 21st May 2016 we will be holding a special reunion for everyone who studied at, or was connected with, the Oxford Medical School between 1948 and 1963. To receive your invitation in time please ensure we have your current contact details.
On 21st May 2016 we will be holding a special reunion for:
- all former Presidents and committee members of Osler House,
- Directors/Producers of Tingewick,
- Editors of the Oxford Medical School Gazette.
OMA is keen to make contact with you so you can receive your invitation to this special event at Osler House.
Accommodation - OMA does not arrange accommodation so your first option is your College. If they cannot help then you can find more information on accommodation options in the wider University and in Oxford and environs.