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Since 1996 the vast majority of the Trust's services have been based at the Royal Bolton Hospital in Farnworth, in the South West of the Bolton Borough. This is a district general hospital with 763 inpatient beds and 37 daycase/endoscopy beds. Services range from maternity to accident and emergency, surgery and rehabilitation.
Tiger monitor multiple telephone systems and provide directory integration with the customers Screen Based Consoles.
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, one of the "first wave" of Trusts created at the outset of NHS reforms in 1991, is responsible for the management of the city's two main hospitals - the Bradford Royal Infirmary and St Luke's Hospital.
Tiger monitor multiple telephone systems and provide the user with hotel functionality to bill his resident doctors and staff.
We’ve been providing patient-centred healthcare to communities in the North East of England and beyond for over 250 years. We’re one of the largest NHS trusts in the UK, offering a wider range of specialist services than any other. From newborn babies to the elderly and infirm, our aim is to deliver leading-edge healthcare with a personal touch.
We run two intermediate care centres, each with 20 beds. These are Lambeth Community Care Centre and Pulross. In addition, Minnie Kidd House has 28 beds, giving care to people with complex nursing needs.
We also provide care for children with disabilities and special needs and run services such as therapeutic rehabilitation, including neurological and muscular-skeletal.
We also run a number of specialist services across Lambeth, Lewisham and Southwark. These include community tuberculosis, sickle cell, HIV, podiatric (foot) surgery, drug and alcohol healthcare and services for the homeless, refugees and people seeking asylum.
Sefton Primary Care Trust (PCT) was established on October 1 st 2006, replacing both South Sefton PCT and Southport and Formby PCT. However, with effect from September 2008, we are now known as NHS Sefton. We serve a population of around 280,000 people across Sefton, the most northerly borough of Merseyside.
We aim to ensure you find it easy to access the best possible services when you need them. Most of our budget is spent on buying NHS care for local people from a variety of service providers, including other NHS organisations, family doctors, dentists, pharmacists, optometrists and a variety of other healthcare organisations.
We provide a full range of acute clinical services from Northampton General Hospital and Danetre Hospital in Daventry. We are a designated cancer centre and have recently invested in a number of additional specialist services, including in-patient renal services and interventional cardiology. All elective inpatients and emergency admissions are screened for MRSA. As part of our work to improve clinical outcomes we are taking part in a national patient safety programme and have invested in systems to capture patients views on the service we provide. We understand that sometimes a small change can make a big difference for patients.
Our whole focus is on improving the quality of care given to our patients. We see quality as encompassing the following elements:
We also believe in involving others in what we do and celebrating success.
NHS Sutton and Merton (Sutton and Merton Primary Care Trust) serves a population of around 390,000 people living in the boroughs of Sutton and Merton. It comprises 56 GP practices, 11 clinics and health centres, 77 community pharmacies, 35 opticians and 72 dental practices. The Trust employs and works with a wide range of healthcare professionals – including community nurses, therapists, dentists, pharmacists, doctors and opticians. In addition, the Trust supports a range of residential care services for people with learning disabilities.
NHS Sutton and Merton (Sutton and Merton Primary Care Trust) serves a population of around 390,000 people living in the boroughs of Sutton and Merton. It comprises 56 GP practices, 11 clinics and health centres, 77 community pharmacies, 35 opticians and 72 dental practices.
The Trust employs and works with a wide range of healthcare professionals – including community nurses, therapists, dentists, pharmacists, doctors and opticians.
In addition, the Trust supports a range of residential care services for people with learning disabilities.
The Queen Elizabeth Hospital King’s Lynn NHS Trust is a 514-bed general hospital providing services to West Norfolk and parts of Breckland, North East Cambridgeshire and South Lincolnshire.
We provide a comprehensive range of specialist, acute, obstetrics and community-based services. Treatment of cancer patients is amongst the best in the country - our Macmillan Centre provides palliative care for patients with cancer and other chronic illnesses - and we have a ‘Charter Mark’ award-winning Day Surgery centre.
The main hospital complex is on the outskirts of King’s Lynn, Norfolk, although some specialist services or clinics are provided at outlying facilities such as the North Cambridgeshire hospital in Wisbech, and Swaffham Community hospital.
Our catchment area covers the towns of King’s Lynn, Wisbech, Hunstanton, Downham Market and Swaffham, with the remainder of the population in villages and hamlets across an area of more than 750 square miles. The population of this area is approximately 220,000 people.
The West Suffolk Hospital NHS Trust came into being on April 1st, 1993. It serves an area of approximately 600 square miles which extends to Thetford in the north, Sudbury in the south, Newmarket to the west and Stowmarket to the east. This encompasses a population of approximately 275,000.