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A pioneering acute care service - The Emergency Multi-Disciplinary Unit (EMU) - a collaboration between the Department of Primary Care Health Sciences, University of Oxford, Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust and Oxford University Hospitals NHS Trust - has been successful at the prestigious Guardian Healthcare Innovation Awards, being named as best Service Delivery Innovation.

The team of judges - drawn from prominent national figures in healthcare policy, innovation and leadership - selected EMU from amongst projects nationwide, and announced the success at an awards ceremony on the 24th October at The Guardian headquarters in London.

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