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Ysbyty Gwynedd (Gwynedd Hospital) is the main site and base of the North West Wales NHS trust. It is situated between the A55 expressway and Bangor in an area called Penrhosgarnedd. The North West Wales NHS Trust provides acute, community and mental health services to the counties of Gwynedd and Anglesey and manages services provided from Llandudno General Hospital and Bryn y Neuadd Hospital in Llanfairfechan.
York Hospital is a well-equipped, modern unit of 668 beds, excluding specialist and notional beds. The hospital has opened a new purpose-built Integrated Breast Unit, where patients have access to vastly improved outpatient and breast screening facilities. It also established an all-age Acute Stroke Unit, which offers better facilities for stroke patients, and a Vascular Imaging Unit.
Yeovil District Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides acute care for a population of about 185,000, mostly in South Somerset, North and West Dorset, and parts of Mendip. Increasingly, however, patients are using patient choice and deciding to come to YDH from as far afield as London and Portsmouth. Each year more than 30,000 patients are admitted as inpatients or day cases; more than 90,000 people attend outpatient appointments; around 40,000 people are treated in Accident and Emergency; and some 1,300 babies are born in the Maternity Unit. The Foundation Trust has over 7,000 members and over 1,800 staff.
Wycombe Hospital is part of Buckinghamshire Hospitals NHS Trust, which includes Amersham and Stoke Mandeville hospitals. The Trust offers a total of 833 inpatient and day case beds across these hospitals.
Standing in a pleasant stretch of open countryside near Wigan at the very heart of the North West Region, Wrightington Hospital is readily accessible from the National Motorway Network.
Wrexham Maelor Hospital is a 643-bed acute hospital that provides a comprehensive range of medical and surgical specialties, as well as paediatric, maternity and critical care services. The site also includes two Mental Health inpatient units, and a residential drug and alcohol treatment centre.
Worthing and Southlands Hospitals NHS Trust is a modern, innovative and friendly health care organisation that prides itself on serving its community with excellent care and treatment. Worthing Hospital offers a full range of emergency and high dependency care, including maternity and children's services, while Southlands Hospital focuses on day surgery, orthopaedics, intermediate care and medicine for the elderly.
Worcestershire Royal Hospital opened in March 2002. It has nine operating theatres, a large Accident & Emergency Department (A&E), Medical Assessment (MAU) and Critical Care Units, Cardiac Catheter Suite and Specialist Radiology and scanning facilities in 38,000 square metres of space.
Woodend Hospital provides elderly and rehabilitation services, including stroke rehabilitation, mobility and rehabilitation services and a community rehabilitation nurse team.