The bright start to the year continues as we have the great pleasure to announce that South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has joined the Pulse estate. With sites in Middlesbrough and Northallerton, it further increases our presence in Yorkshire and adds to our already extensive coverage in the North East.
The larger of the two sites, The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough, has over 1000 beds, a 24 hour acute admissions unit and an emergency department which houses the major trauma centre for Durham, East Cleveland, Tees Valley and North Yorkshire. It provides a wide range of district general hospital services, as well as specialist services such as neurosciences, renal medicine, spinal injuries, cardiothoracic, vascular surgery and cancer services. The maternity department delivers more than 4,400 babies every year.
Friarage Hospital is a 189-bed hospital that covers a large section of rural North Yorkshire and the Vale of York, amounting to over 120,000 people in 390 square miles. The hospital provides a wide range of in- and outpatient services, and over £40m has been invested in recent years, most notably a new £10m cancer centre, The Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre.
The Trust boasts a workforce of over 9,000 and provides services to 1.5m people in the Tees Valley and parts of Durham, North Yorkshire and Cumbria. We’re delighted to welcome such a prominent Trust as a Pulse partner.
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