Nottingham University hospitals: various procedures and a children’s hospital
Nottingham Teaching Hospital: Emergency department and acute care
Nottingham University Hospitals Trust was founded in 2006 and it is now one of the biggest acute Trusts in Europe. The hospital provides services and care to more than 2.5 million people living in Nottingham and the surrounding area. The hospital is also a major trauma centre, focused on improving patient health and saving lives.
The city hospital has achieved national and international renown in specialist fields such as stroke services, renal cancer, neurosciences, cancer services and trauma.
Nottingham University Hospitals Trust has launched various research programmes and created new surgical procedures.
As a teaching hospital, Nottingham University Hospitals Trust benefits from strong links with the University of Nottingham and other universities throughout the East Midlands, including Loughborough University. Training and educating doctors, nurses and other carers is an exciting challenge and a vital role.
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Children’s hospital and top-quality facilities
The history of the Nottingham Children’s hospital probably dates back to the 19th century. The current hospital is an amalgamation of Queen’s Medical Center (QMC) and the Nottingham City Hospital, in 2006.
Various specialized services for children are provided: children’s renal and urology, children’s respiratory service, children’s surgery and anesthetics…
A highly-qualified team of specialists looks after children, day after day, providing suitable care.
The city hospital holds a huge range of facilities similar to those found in any town: the Cityside restaurant, Eatwell Costa Coffee, Trust pharmacy, banking and postal services, both TV and Internet access, mobile phones are permitted, accommodation is single sex only and there’s even a hospital hotel.