We are here for you
Our teams are here for you twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.
We provide the communities of northern Lincolnshire and Goole with excellent standards of care, compassion and respect.
We have three hospital sites, with a total of approximately 750 beds, offering a mix of acute and community services.
- Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital, Grimsby
- Scunthorpe General Hospital
- Goole District Hospital
Together they serve a local population of more than 450,000 people and provide inpatient, day care and outpatient services.
Every year we see more than 150,000 people in our Emergency Departments, deliver more than 4,000 babies and carry out around 54,000 planned procedures.
We treat 120,000 inpatients and book 415,000 outpatient appointments.
Our Trust is also part of a wider network of healthcare providers.
We work colleagues across the Humber, Coast and Vale region to give you access to expert clinicians and the latest advancements in patient care.
We are our people
We’re one of the biggest employers in our region, with around 6,800 members of staff.
They are our greatest asset and we’re incredibly proud of the work they do to care for you when you need us most.
We offer a huge range of potential career options.
As well as a wide range of clinical roles, you can also join team NLaG for a career in engineering, finance, project management, people services, maintenance or clerical work – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
We are part of our communities
For the majority of us, northern Lincolnshire and Goole is not just where we work – it’s our home.
It’s where our friends and family are and we’re proud to be able to serve our communities.
Our roots lie in the surgeries and hospitals established in Grimsby, Scunthorpe and Goole with donations from the people they were built to care for.
And we’re proud to be able to continue that legacy.
Below is a brief history of our Trust:
There’s been a hospital in Scunthorpe since the 1880s
1983: The Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby was built.
1988: Goole and District Hospital was purpose built and opened, bringing together services from a number of sites which had previously been scattered around the town.
April 1, 2001: We were established as a combined hospital and community trust, after North East Lincolnshire NHS Trust merged with Scunthorpe and Goole Hospitals NHS Trust.
May 1, 2007: We achieved Foundation Trust status
April 1, 2011: We took over community services in North Lincolnshire, as part of the Transforming Community Services agenda.
2013: We dropped the word ‘hospitals’ from our name to reflect the wide range of community services we offer.
2021: We are transforming our hospitals, investing in creating bespoke new facilities, refurbishing our existing buildings and reducing our carbon footprint.