Every year we see more than 135,000 people in our emergency departments, deliver more than 4,500 babies, carry out around 30,000 operations, treat 120,000 inpatients and book 400,000 outpatient appointments.
The NHS is turning 70 on 5 July 2018 and it’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of one of the nation’s most loved institutions.
'Together we care, we respect, we deliver' is our shared vision and values which was created with the input of staff at every level. They set out what our patients should expect from us and how we want our organisation to be.
Running three hospitals, separated by considerable distances, poses a significant challenge to delivering services. Read about how we are structured, how services are commissioned and what being a Foundation Trust means.
We are actively involved in clinical research to help us develop services and offer improvements to patients
Information about tendering and contracting and where to send payments and invoices
Our annual reports and accounts are published every September and include a review of the year, priorities for improvement and our financial accounts.
Making sure we respect people's differences, whether you are a patient, visitor or staff member, is an integral part of the way we work.
The history of our organisation and hospitals.
Information about the changes to urology and ENT services at the Trust
Mr Hemadri is the Trust's first Freedom to Speak Up Guardian