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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.
The North Devon District Hospital is based at Barnstaple and is managed by the Northern Devon Healthcare NHS Trust. The Trust, which has been awarded a top three-star rating by the Healthcare Commission, provides a wide range of acute hospital services for over 150,000 people in North Devon and part of North Cornwall.
The Princess Royal Hospital is conveniently located on the outskirts of Telford. It provides a range of hospital services for people in Telford & Wrekin, Shropshire and mid Wales.
The Royal Alexandra Hospital is a busy district general hospital providing a full range of general hospital and maternity services from a modern facility on a 78-acre site in the town of Paisley. It serves a population of over 200,000 from a mixed urban and rural area. As well as providing healthcare to the people of Renfrewshire, it provides major trauma and emergency surgical care for Lomond and Argyll, stretching as far as Oban.
Bolton Hospitals NHS Trust offers patients a wide range of services based at the Royal Bolton Hospital in Farnworth, close to the M61, as well as some which take place in community settings.
The Royal Bournemouth Hospital is part of The Royal Bournemouth and Christchurch Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which was originally formed in 1991 and became a foundation Trust in April, 2005. As well as being an acute hospital, rehabilitation and care of the elderly facilities are also provided. At Christchurch Hospital the stroke rehabilitation unit is known nationally for its work with stroke patients. It achieved Beacon Status in 2000 and in 2005 received PDU (Practice Development Unit) accreditation. Recently at the Royal Bournemouth, a new state-of-the-art cardiac unit has opened which has expanded capacity for coronary angiography and provided two new services - coronary angioplasty and electrophysiology. The hospital also has a state-of-the-art scanner suite with four scanners providing faster diagnosis and treatment for patients with a wide range of diseases.
The Royal Sussex County Hospital (RSCH) provides regional specialist services for cancer, cardiac, renal and HIV patients and is also home to the new Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital and the Sussex Eye Hospital.
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.