Bridlington Hospital is a district hospital which provides surgical, rehabilitation, and outpatients services to the local Bridlington community.
The hospital has two rehabilitation wards Waters and Johnson. Lloyd ward is the surgical ward, Shephard Day Case Unit and Lawrence Unit for Care of the Elderly. The community midwife team are based in Avenue Ward, named after the former Avenue Maternity Hospital.
The hospital also has a minor injuries and GP access centre which are operated by City Healthcare Partnership. The GP MacMillan Wolds Unit and Buckrose Ward are run by Humber NHS Foundation Trust. The Hospital also has a renal dialysis unit which is run by Fresenius Medical Care Renal Services.
Latest news from Bridlington Hospital
Bridlington Hospital has celebrated its first anniversary since elective orthopaedic surgery relocated from Scarborough Hospital last April. The first orthopaedic procedure was performed at Bridlington Hospital on 28 April 2014. Since then until the end of April 2015, a total of 1,915 operations took place – that’s 817 joint (hip and knee) replacements.