The George Marshall Medical Museum holds two main oral history collections: Medicine in Worcester and Powick Hospital. There are also a number of individual recordings of eminent individuals, like Miss Ballinger, the President of the Worcester Royal Infirmary Nurses' League. There are digital copies of all of the recordings, some of which were transcribed into document form when the projects began. Currently, volunteers have started to help staff by transcribing the remaining oral histories, for which staff are extremely grateful; completing just one transcription takes a great deal of time and patience.
You can listen to excerpts from the oral history collections on an interactive touch-table at the Infirmary Museum. The George Marshall Medical Museum is currently updating their interactive PC, which will also include some audio clips.