Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Aberdeen
Amersham Hospital is part of Buckinghamshire Hospitals NHS Trust, which includes Stoke Mandeville and Wycombe hospitals. The Trust offers a total of 833 inpatient and day case beds across these hospitals.
With a staff of around 3,000, Frimley Park is a large, 700-bed acute general hospital serving around 400,000 people in West Surrey, North Hampshire and South Berkshire. The trust is host to a Ministry of Defence Hospital Unit and military doctors and nurses work alongside NHS colleagues to care for both service and civilian patients. The local population has steadily expanded since the hospital opened nearly 35 years ago, with a consequent increased demand for acute services.
The 465-bed Gartnavel General Hospital operates in close partnership with the Western Infirmary. A broad range of medical and surgical sub-specialities are provided, supported by an eight-theatre inpatient operating department. As the base for many of West Glasgow’s ambulatory care facilities, Gartnavel has a four-theatre day surgery unit, endoscopy suite, imaging department (including CT and interventional radiology) and main concentration of out-patient accommodation.
The James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides comprehensive acute care for the population of Great Yarmouth, Lowestoft and the South Waveney area, and for visitors to the area. This acute care is supported by care in community hospitals for those living in and around the district. It serves a population of approximately 230,000.
Leigh Infirmary is an elective diagnostic and rehabilitation site, which complements our emergency site in Wigan, with space for future development. This site is devoted to elective care, protected from the pressures of emergency work and also provides an atmosphere which is very attractive to patients undergoing elective investigational procedures.
The Lister is a district general hospital situated in Stevenage, the largest town in north Hertfordshire. With 478 beds, it provides a full range of core NHS medical and surgical specialties. The general surgical and medical wards are supported by intensive care, high dependency and coronary care units, as well as full pathology and diagnostic services – including gastrointestinal endoscopy and bronchoscopy.
The hospitals run by the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust have been consistently judged among the best in the country for quality of care and clinical outcomes.