Ayr Hospital, Ayr
Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals NHS Trust is a large acute Trust, which came into being on 1st April 1999, following the merger of Chase Farm Hospital and Wellhouse NHS Trusts.
Barnsley Hospital is among the leading NHS trusts in the country. As a 450-bed associate teaching and research hospital affiliated with the University of Sheffield, we provide a range of high quality acute hospital services.
A university associate teaching hospital and one of the first Foundation Trusts, particular focus is on reducing patient recovery time through keyhole and day surgery and endoscopy (diagnostic investigation) procedures. The Essex Cardiothoracic Centre which opened in July 2007 is based on the Basildon University Hospital site. Full range of outpatient clinics and day surgery also at Orsett Hospital.
Basingstoke and North Hampshire NHS Foundation Trust (BNHFT) provides acute hospital services to a population of around 300,000 patients in Basingstoke, Tadley, Alton and Bordon as well as surrounding towns and villages in north and mid Hampshire and west Berkshire. The majority of services are provided from Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital, which was built to the north of Basingstoke town in the 1970s; but we also provide outpatient and assessment services from the Alton and Bordon community hospitals.
Bassetlaw Hospital provides a range of secondary care services on the hospital campus, at nearby Retford Hospital (outpatient services only), and in the community. The Hospital offers some of the shortest waiting times for inpatient and outpatient care in the country.
Bedford Hospital NHSTrust is a 403-bed acute district general hospital providing first class healthcare services to over 270,000 people living predominantly in North and Mid Bedfordshire.
The Belfast City Hospital Trust is a 900-bed modern university teaching hospital providing local acute services and key regional specialties, including renal medicine and transplantation and a comprehensive range of cancer services. It is the location for the Regional Northern Ireland Cancer Centre.
Birmingham Children’s Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is located in the City Centre, at a Victorian site formerly occupied by the General Hospital. As well as being a general children’s hospital for Birmingham, ‘The Children’s’ is a regional, national and international centre for specialised treatments, and has a world-class reputation in several areas of provision. It also provides one of the largest Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services in the UK provided from a range of community sites across the City. It will celebrate its 150th year in 2012.