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About us

About York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation TrustYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides a comprehensive range of acute hospital and specialist healthcare services for approximately 800,0 ...

Electronic Papers

Board membersThis is a trial area for the new electronic papers process.  To the left is a link to relevant Board/Committee pages that link to your portfolio. However, the content of anything oth ...

York Hospital & Community Board

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Scarborough Hospital & Community Board

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Board of Directors

Board of Directors 2019Date  Location  Time  Notes/Comments for meeting  Agenda and Papers  Additional/Seperate Papers   29 May 2019 Discussion/Dining Room, Postgradu ...

Remuneration Committee

Remuneration CommitteeDate Location Time Notes/Comments for meeting Agenda and Papers 27 February 2019 The Boardroom, York Hospital 10.05am Agenda Upda ...

Quality and Safety Committee

Quality and Safety CommitteeChaired by Non-executive Director Jennie Adams. 2018 Date  Location Time Link to Agenda  Addition/Separate Documents 21 Augus ...

Finance & Performance Committee

Finance and Performance CommitteeChaired by Non-executive Director Mike Keaney. 2018 Date  Location Time Link to Agenda  Addition/Separate Documents 21 A ...

Executive Board

Executive Board2016 Date  Location  Time  Notes/Comments for the meeting  Agenda and any additional papers  15 June 2016 Boardroom, 2nd Floor Admin Block 8.30am - 10.30am ...

Corporate Directors

Corporate Directors Page currently being draftedDate Agenda Notes for meeting 16 November 2015 Corporate Directors 16.11.15 Please be aware that provisionally Monday’s meeting f ...

Audit Committee

Audit CommitteeDate of meeting  Agenda and additional papers 24 May 2019 Agenda  7 May 2019 Agenda 5 March 2019 Agenda Paper D - IA Progress Report ...

Environment & Estates Committee

Environment & Estates Committee2016 Date  Location  Time  Notes/Comments for the meeting  Agenda and any additional papers  6 December 2016 St John's Meeting Room, 3rd Floor ...

Foundation Trust

Foundation TrustYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust was granted its licence as a Foundation Trust on 1 April 2007. Although still part of the National Health Service family and subject to N ...

Our Vision, Mission and Values

Our vision, mission and valuesOur vision is to be collaborative leaders in a system that provides great care to our communities To deliver our vision, our mission is: Deliver safe, quality servi ...

Board of Directors

Board of DirectorsThe role of the Board of Directors is to manage the Trust by: setting the overall strategic direction of the Trust, within the context of NHS priorities regularly monitoring ...

Who's who

Board of Directors

Board of Directors meetings

Board of Directors meetings The Board of Directors hold Board meetings in public. This means that anyone is welcome to attend the public meeting as an observer. The Board dates for 2019/20 are: ...

Board of Directors Papers

Board of Directors Agendas and Papers2018/19 Date Venue  Time Notes/Comments for meeting Agenda and Papers 29 May 2019 Dining/Discussion Room, Postgraduate Centre, S ...

BoD 24 April 2013

 Board of Directors meeting 24 April 2013Venue: Boardroom, The York Hospital Time: 9.15am Agenda and papers There will be a small number of additional copies printed and available at the ...

BoD 29 May 2013

 Board of Directors meeting 29 May 2013Venue: The Boardroom, York Hospital Time: 9.15am Agenda and papers There will be a small number of additional copies printed and available at the m ...

BoD 26 June 2013

Board of Directors meeting 26 June 2013Venue: The Boardroom, York Hospital Time: 9.15am Agenda and papers There will be a small number of additional copies printed and available at the me ...

Board of Directors 31 July 2013

Board of Directors meeting 31 July 2013Venue: The Boardroom, York Hospital Time: 9.15am Agenda and papers There will be a small number of additional copies printed and available at the me ...

BoD 25 September 2013

Board of Directors meeting 25 September 2013Venue: The Blue Room, North Entrance, Scarborough Hospital Time: 9.15amAgenda and papers: BoD Agenda 25.pdf (3.4MB) There will be a small number of add ...

BoD 30 October 2013

Board of Directors meeting 30 October 2013Venue: The Blue Room, North Entrance, Scarborough Hospital Time: 9.15amAgenda and papers: There will be a small number of additional copies printed and ava ...

BOD 27 November 2013

Board of Directors meeting 27 November 2013Venue: The Boardroom, York Hospital Time: 9.15amAgenda and papers : There will be a small number of additional copies printed and available at the meeting

Annual Members Meeting (incorporating AGM) registration

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Executive Board Structure

Executive BoardThe role of the Executive Board Is to contribute to the development of the Trust's service strategy and agree the strategy to be submitted to the Board of Directors for approval revi ...

Council of Governors

Council of GovernorsAs an NHS Foundation Trust, we have a Council of Governors who represent the views of the Foundation Trust membership and hold the Trust Board to account.  The Council of Gove ...

Governors

GovernorsThe Council of Governors consists of 16 public governors and 5 staff governors who have all been elected by the membership of their constituencies. It also includes nominated representatives ...

Role of a Governor

The role of the GovernorThe Council of Governors are the voice of the community, ensuring that local people have a say in the running of their hospital. Governors are either elected by members of t ...

Meetings

Council of Governors Meeting DatesThe Council of Governors meet four times a year in public and is chaired by the Chair of the Trust, Susan Symington.  Our Trust members and members of the public ar ...

Papers and Minutes

Papers and MinutesIn this section you can download the papers for the Council of Governors meetings. 2019 December: September: June: March: agenda , operational plan , financial plan ...

Archive

Papers and minutes archive2011 December: agenda ( download ) minutes ( download ) October: agenda ( download ) minutes ( download ) June: agenda ( download ) minutes ( download ) March: ...

Governor Elections

Governor Elections 2018The Trust gives notice that it will hold elections to the Council of Governors of the York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. You can view the notice of poll by clicking h ...

Reports and Publications

Reports and PublicationsAnnual Report and Accounts Please click here to view our Annual Report and Accounts. Annual Review You can view our most recent Annual Review by clicking on the image ...

Non-Pay Expenditure

Non-Pay ExpenditureClick on the links below to view and download the non-pay expenditure spread sheets. Non-Pay Expenditure General Non-Pay Expenditure Over 25K

Investigation into the potential involvement of Jimmy Savile with Whitby Hospital

Investigation into the potential involvement of Jimmy Savile with Whitby HospitalOn 26 June 2014, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust published a report detailing its investigation into an all ...

Safer Staffing data

Safer Staffing DataSafer Staffing dataFrom April 2014 it became a national requirement for all hospitals to publish information about nurse staffing levels.  This is part of the response to the Franc ...

Annual Report (Integrated Trust)

Annual Reports and Reviews2017/18 Annual Report and Accounts 2017-18 Annual Review 2017-18 Our Year in Review video 2016/17 Annual Report and Accounts 2016-17 Annual Review ...

Annual report (York)

Annual ReportYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust's Annual Report and Accounts are available by clicking on the links below.  2012/13 Annual Review Annual Report 2011/2012 Annual ...

Annual report (Scarborough)

Annual report (Scarborough)In July 2012 York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust acquired Scarborough and North East Yorkshire Healthcare NHS Trust. On this page you can download past copies of Sc ...

Operational Plan 2017-2019

Operational PlanOperational Plan 2017-2019

Members' newsletter

Members' newsletterWe publish a regular monthly e-newsletter for our members. This has the latest news on developments at the Trust, as well as profiles of governors and news about events open to ...

Staff newsletter 'Staff Matters'

Staff MattersStaff Matters is the internal newsletter for York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Current Edition May 2019 Previous editions 2019 April 2019 Mar ...

Staff Survey

Staff SurveyThe results of the annual NHS Staff Survey are published on this page. Please click here  to read the results of the last staff survey.

Patient surveys

Patient surveysFollow the links below to access our recent patient surveys. National Cancer Patient Experience Survey 2014/15 National Cancer Patient Experience Survey 2013/14 National Cancer ...

Inpatient Survey 2010

Inpatient Survey 2010This report summarises the key findings of the Inpatient Survey 2010, carried out by the Picker Institute, on behalf of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The Picker ...

Declarations

DeclarationsModern Slavery and Human Trafficking Act 2015 - Annual Statement 2019

Our Performance

Our PerformanceYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a large, complex and diverse organisation.  We have tight monitoring systems in place to make sure we consistently meet all the natio ...

A&E Clinical Quality Indicators

A&E Clinical Quality IndicatorsFrom April 2011, the Department of Health introduced a range of new indicators to cover all A&E departments in England. These indicators have been designed to present ...

Consultant Outcomes Publication

Consultant Outcomes Publication (COP)Consultant Outcomes Publication (COP) is an NHS England initiative, managed by HQIP, to publish quality measures at the level of individual consultant doctor using ...

Open and Honest Care

Open and honest careAs a member of the ‘Open and honest care: driving improvement’ programme, we are working with our patients and staff to provide open and honest care, and through implementing ...

Knowing how we are doing?

Knowing how we are doing?

Patient Safety

Patient SafetyThe safe care of patients entrusted to us is our top priority and we are working tirelessly to ensure the continued improvement of patient care.  Our ultimate objective is to be truste ...

Please help us to keep you safe

Please help us to keep you safePreventing falls Keep everything you need within easy reach, especially the nurse call bell and your hearing aids or glasses if you need them. Wear good fitting sh ...

Being open with patients

Being openBeing open and the statutory Duty of Candour ensures that patients and their families are: told about serious incidents that affect them receive appropriate apologies kept informed o ...

Patient Safety Matters

“Junior doctors……have penetrating insight into how things really work – where the frustrations and inefficiencies lie, where the safety threats lurk and how quality of clinical care can be imp ...

Junior Doctors Safety Improvement Group

Junior Doctors Safety Improvement GroupWe as junior doctors (FY1 to Registrar) have a valuable role to play in patient safety and quality improvement . We aim to support and enthuse you to get in ...

Freedom of Information

Freedom of InformationUnder the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) 2000, the public has the right to see information held by public authorities, including NHS organisations. The Act is designed to inc ...

Disclosure Log

FOI Request Disclosure LogApril - June 2010 Reference No. Request Description Summary Outcome Links 071-2010 Storing and Sharing Sensitive Data Information provided in full ...

Financial information

Financial InformationThis page contains links to financial information relating to projected and actual income and expenditure, procurement, contracts and financial audit. Annual statement of acco ...

Bribery Act 2010

Bribery Act 2010York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is committed to eliminating all level of fraud and corruption within the Trust and the NHS. It is an offence under the Bribery Act 2 ...

Performance and Priorities

Performance and PrioritiesThis page contains our strategies and plans, performance indicators, audits, inspections and reviews Annual Report Annual business plan Targets, aims and objecti ...

How we make decisions

How do we make decisions?Details of decision making processes and records of decisions Board papers - agenda, supporting papers and minutes Patient and public involvement strategy (PPI) Publi ...

Policies and procedures

Policies and proceduresThis page contains links to our current written protocols and policies and procedures for delivering our services and responsibilities Conduct of business Compla ...

Conduct of Business

Policies and Procedures relating to the conduct of businessAntifraud, bribery and corruption Policy Reservation of Powers and Scheme of Delegation Standards of Business Conduct Policy Stand ...

Complaints and other Customer Service

Complaints and other Customer Service Policies and ProceduresAdverse Incident Reporting System (AIRS) Policy Being Open Policy Interpreter Services Guide Patient Safety Strategy Research ...

Provision of Services

Policies and Procedures Relating to the Provision of ServicesBlood and Blood Component Transfusion Policy and Procedures Identification of Patients Policy Medicines Code Mortality (Learnin ...

Safeguarding

Policies and Procedures Relating to SafeguardingAcute Learning Disability Liaison Service Specification Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards Guidance Mental Capacity Act Guidance Safeguarding Ad ...

Human Resources

Human Resources Policies and ProceduresBullying and Harassment Disciplinary Manual Handling Recruitment Selection and Appointment Sickness Absence

Data Protection/Information Governance/Caldicott Guardian/access to your medical records

Data Protection / Information Governance / Caldicott Guardian / access to your medical recordsA Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) is a process to help an organisation identify and minimise th ...

Records Management Policy

Records Management Policy and AppendicesRecords Management Policy Records Management Policy Appendix D - Process for Managing Records Records Management Policy Appendix E - Record Keeping Standa ...

Health and Safety (Including Estate Management)

Health and Safety Policies and Procedures (including Estate Management)COSHH (control of substances hazardous to health) Policy Decontamination of reusable medical devices Fire Safety Policy ...

NHS Constitution

NHS ConstitutionThe NHS Constitution brings together for the first time in one place, what staff, patients and public can expect from the NHS. It explains that by working together we can make the ve ...

Equality and Diversity

Equality and DiversityThe Trust is committed to promoting equality, diversity and human rights in its day to day treatment of all patients, visitors and staff regardless of race, ethnic origin, gende ...

About equality and diversity

About equality and diversityThe Equality Act 2010 has replaced previous anti-discrimination laws with a single Act.  It simplified the law, removing inconsistencies and making it easier for people to ...

Equality Analysis

Equality AnalysisEquality analysis (formerly equality impact assessments) allows us to think about people's different needs and how these can be met when we: Act as an employer Develop, evaluate an ...

Employees Information

 Employees Information2011/12 Click here for our latest equality data about our staff. 2010/11 For more equalities monitoring information about our staff please click here . You can access i ...

Equality and Diversity Data 2009/10

Equality and Diversity Data 2009/10Workforce and recruitment information Working hours Ethnic origin Length of service Religious belief Sexual orientation Age band As ...

Patient Data Analysis

Patient Data Analysis2010/11 This information will soon be available, please bear with us. 2008/9 Inpatient data Outpatient data

Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES)

Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES)The Workforce Race Equality Standard (WRES) is a set of metrics that requires all NHS organisations with contracts over £200,000 to demonstrate progress against ...

Equality Delivery System

Equality Delivery SystemThe Equality Delivery System (EDS) is a product of the NHS England Equality and Diversity Council designed to support the NHS to deliver better outcomes for patients and commun ...

Fairness Forum

Fairness ForumThe Trust Fairness Forum (formerly the Equality and Diversity Group) meets on a quarterly basis. Please click here for more detail about the Fairness Forum.

LGBT Staff Network

LGBT Staff NetworkOur LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bi-sexual and Trans) Staff Network is a group of staff who: Provide a safe environment to raise LGBT issues Give informaton, guidance and support to sta ...

Links and resources

Links and ResourcesBelow you will find links to government and regulatory bodies guiding our approach to equality and diversity and which provide further information. Equality and Human Rights Comm ...

User Groups with attachment to York Hospital as at October/November 2011

Group Name Area represented Additional Information Breathe Easy York Health - Respiratory conditions across ages and genders Patient group linked to The British Lung Foundation Run by pa ...

Online payments

Online paymentsYou can make a variety of payments via our 24 hour Secure Internet Payments System. Currently online payments are accepted for: Invoices Prescriptions Medical records access/sea ...

Arts in Hospitals

Arts in Hospitals The Arts Team provide creative enhancements to improve the environment of our hospitals for patients, staff and visitors. Download our strategy to find out more .    // ...

About us

The Arts Team's main aim is to provide a varied, ongoing programme of artistic enhancements to improve the environment of our hospitals for patients, visitors and staff. Some of the activities that ...

HAFNEY

Hospital Arts for North East Yorkshire (HAFNEY)Hospital Arts for North East Yorkshire (HAFNEY) was founded in 1999 by members of staff from Scarborough Hospital in order to allow artists and health pr ...

Meet the team

Griselda Goldsbrough Art and Design Development Manager Photo credit – James Drury Griselda is a visual artist and writer, a community educator and an education consultant and co-curator ...

News and events

2019 Dying Matters Week - Doodle Local artist Stephen Lee Hodgkin , will be chatting to visitors and staff in York Hospital’s main entrance on Monday 13th: 9:30 - 12pm Tuesday 14th: 10: ...

Your Hospital's Got Talent Entries 2015

Your Hospital's Got Talent Entries 2015 Below you'll find all 27 entries from the 2015 Your Hospital's Got Talent exhibition.  We hope you enjoy this collection of amazing staff talent as much as ...

Your Hospital's Got Talent

Your Hospital's Got Talent   Have you got a talent or hobby that you’re proud of? We want to hear about it, and more importantly, we want to see it! After the success or the 2014 'Your Hospi ...

Your Hospital's Got Talent Entries

Your Hospital's Got Talent EntriesThe Arts in York Hospital would like to thank everyone who took the time to enter this exhibition, your talents are truly inspiring!  We've thoroughly enjoyed gettin ...

Staff Benefits Calendar Photography Competition 2015

Staff Benefits and Wellbeing calendar photography competition The Staff Benefits and Arts in York Hospital Teams joined forces again this year to design the 2016 Staff Benefits calendar.  As we have ...

Staff Benefits and Wellbeing Calendar

Staff Benefits and Wellbeing Calendar 2016 Photographic competition As we’re already over halfway through 2015 it’s time for the Staff Benefits and Arts in York Hospital Teams to join forces an ...

Staff Benefits Calendar Competition for 2017 - intro

The Staff Benefits and Arts in York Hospital Teams joined forces once again this year to design the 2017 Staff Benefits calendar.  Last year’s landscape and seascape themed photography competitio ...

Staff Benefits calendar photography competition for 2017

Staff Benefits Calendar Photography Competition Entries and Winners for the 2017 CalendarThe larger photos labelled with a month are our winning entries.  Numbers have been used to identify ea ...

Hospital Stories

The Arts in York Hospital is delighted to announce the completion of the Hospital Stories booklet. The booklet features a selection of stories, delving into the lives of members of staff from York T ...

Staff Choir

York Hospital is proud to have its very own choir for staff members. Music teacher and choir master, Katie Webster, leads the choir rehearsals in the chapel from 12.30pm – 1.30pm, every Thursday lun ...

Exhibitions

2019 Yorkshire in Oil We're delighted to exhibit artwork by local artist, Martyn Simpson. Originally from East Yorkshire, Martyn is a local artist who paints scenes from all across the re ...

Constellations

Welcome to the Constellations web page! The Arts in York Hospital have created this page for all you space enthusiasts out there.   If you've ever seen the Solar System Courtyard on the main cor ...

Participation Arts

Participation Arts We work with freelance Creatives on various projects, aiming to improve the wellbeing of our patients, visitors and staff through creative activity.  News Dance in Sc ...

Participation Blog

During May/June 2017 students from York University worked with the Arts Team to produce a short film about participation arts in York Hospital’s Renal Unit.  Some of the students have written blogs ...

Useful links

Just Giving Much of the Arts Team’s work is charitably funded, with huge support from York Teaching Hospital Charity.  If you’d like to make a donation please visit our Just Giving Page. htt ...

Opportunities

Current Opportunities Exhibitions The Arts Team welcomes artists/groups to apply for the opportunity to exhibit within our hospitals.  To apply please download and complete the application form ...

Staff Benefits Calendar comp 2018 - OWLS

 The Calendar Competition is back!    This year the theme is owls and we’re challenging you, our amazing staff, to provide images for each month of the year.  How you do this is completely up ...

Staff Benefits Calendar Competition ANIMALS

The Staff Benefits Calendar Competition is back!   Brief: The theme of this year’s calendar is animals - We challenge you, our amazingly talented staff, to enter your best animal photogr ...

Music and performance

MusicGet Involved If you're a musician living in the area and would like to donate some of your time to play in any of our hospitals, please contact the Arts Team by clicking here . York St John ...

YSJU Music Coordinators

Collaborations with York St John University The Arts Team have worked closely with York St John University's Music Department since 2010, linking with students to provide musical interactions for ...

York Community Choir Festival

York Community Choir Festival 29th March – 1st April 2017  (York Hospital Staff Choir perform on Thursday 30th March) Joseph Rowntree Theatre, York York Hospital Staff Choir are proud to be ...

NHS Carol Service in York Minster

  Sing as part of the NHS Minster Carol Service Wednesday 5 December 2018 York Minster 7.30pm York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust staff are warmly invited to j ...

Music Wednesdays

Music wednesdays Every Wednesday afternoon we run a live music programme in the hospital. We welcome musicians to come and play live music in both public spaces and directly to patients and staff on ...

KBC flyer

Print this flyer for a 10% discount on red, green and gold wool in 'Knit and Stitch' and 'Ramshambles'

Malton Urology

Call for Expressions of Interest: Artwork for new Urology Department in Malton Hospital The Arts in York Hospital and Hafney are asking for expressions of interest for an exciting new opportunity ...

Christmas Projects

The Knit Before ChristmasWe’re inviting you help us decorate the hospital this Christmas by contributing a strip of knitting to the 'Knit Before Christmas' project. Each rectangle of knitting ...

Art and Design Team

Art and Design TeamAbout us Meet the team News and events Participation arts Exhibitions Music and performance Staff Choir Opportunities Useful links The Art and Design Tea ...

Call for expressions of interest

Call for Expressions of Interest Organ donor memorial art installations An exciting opportunity has arisen to design and create pieces of commemorative artwork to sit in high profile areas within Yo ...

Examples

Examples for entries Example 1: Name: Mary Jones Job Title: Midwife Hospital: York Hospital Talent: Gardening I suppose I’ve loved gardening since I was a child. I remember when ...

The Arts in York Hospital

This page is under construction. To access our pages, please use the following links: About us Meet the team News and events Participation arts Exhibitions Music and performance S ...

Open Health Events

Open Health EventsOpen days take place at our hospitals every year. This year's Open Day will be held at York Hospital on Thursday 10 September, please click on the link below for more information. ...

Open Day 2015

Open Day 2015Our Open Day this year takes place at York Hospital on Thursday 10 September To find out more or for any queries please contact Bianca Cipriano on  Bianca.cipriano@york.nhs.uk .

The York Hospital

The York HospitalThe York Hospital is the Trust’s largest hospital. It has over 700 beds and offers a range of inpatient and outpatient services. It has an Accident and Emergency department and prov ...

Getting here

York HospitalThis page includes information on how to get to York Hospital including: Car Parking - car parking, concessions and charges Walking Cycling Bus Services Patient Transport   ...

Accessible parking at York Hospital

Accessible Parking at York HospitalWe hope that this information helps you plan your visit to York Hospital.   Blue Badge Holders York Teaching Hospital has over 50 Blue Badge car parking spaces ...

Match day parking

Match day parkingReduced parking rates are available on match days for both season and non-season ticket holders. If you are attending a match at the Bootham Crescent ground, you can park in areas A o ...

Facilities

The York HospitalShops and Restaurants The following retail outlets are situated within York Hospital. Ellerby's Restaurant Ellerby's Restaurant is situated at the end of York Hospital main co ...

Main services

The York HospitalServices Include: Anaesthetics Bereavement Services Blood Taking Service Cancer Services Cardiology Child Health (Special Care Baby Unit) Clinical Haematology Commun ...

Chaplaincy

The York HospitalMeet the Chaplaincy Team Revd Rachel Bailes (Church of England) Lead Trust Chaplain, full time Revd Louise Grosberg (Methodist) Chaplain, full time Sr MaryLuke (RC Chaplain) ...

York Teaching Hospital Charity

York Teaching Hospital CharityThe York Teaching Hospital Charity raises vital funds to support the work of York Hospital and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust is committed to im ...

League of Friends

York HospitalThe Friends of York Hospital is a registered Charity, founded in 1953. Its aim is to raise money for York Hospital, buying equipment that cannot be funded centrally and to provide volunt ...

A history

 The York HospitalThe York District Hospital opened in stages in 1976-7.  In July 1976 the nurse education centre was the first stage to open, in the main administrative block; the out-patients depa ...

Scarborough Hospital

Scarborough HospitalScarborough Hospital is the Trust’s second largest hospital. It has an Accident and Emergency department and provides acute medical and surgical services, including trauma and i ...

Getting here

Scarborough HospitalScarborough Hospital is situated on Woodlands Drive, two miles north of the town centre. If you are unsure where to go when you arrive at the hospital please ask at the reception ...

Facilities

Scarborough HospitalShops & Restaurants Pat’s Place, the hospital restaurant, is located on the first floor of the North Building.  Pat’s Place is open for breakfast, lunch and supper, serv ...

Main services

Scarborough HospitalServices Include: Anaesthetics Bereavement Services (Chapel) Blood Taking Service Cancer Services Cardiology Child Health (Special Care Baby Unit) Clinical Haemat ...

Cancer information and support

Cancer Information and Support in ScarboroughThe Scarborough Cancer Information and Support Service The Scarborough Cancer Information and Support Service can provide confidential information and su ...

Chaplaincy

ChaplaincyMeet the Chaplaincy Team Revd Chris Hayes (Church of England) Chaplain, full time  A team of Chaplaincy volunteers visit the wards regularly A small team of Bank Chaplains support t ...

Scarborough Hospital Funds

Scarborough HospitalScarborough Hospital Funds is part of the York Teaching Hospital Charity which raises vital funds to support the work of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust i ...

League of Friends

Scarborough HospitalScarborough Hospital League of Friends, is a registered charity run by volunteers which provides equipment and resources to improve patient care and comfort. They work closely ...

A history

Scarborough HospitalIn 1936 Scarborough Hospital was built at a cost of £135,000. It officially opened its doors on Sunday 23 October by H.R.H the Duke of Kent. In 1948 the NHS was formed. The Lee ...

Kinder Place Nursery

Scarborough HospitalKinder Place Nursery is situated onsite at Scarborough Hopsital and provides quality care and education for children aged 0 - 5 years in partnership with the Trust. This nurser ...

St Monica's Easingwold

St Monica’s EasingwoldSt Monica’s is a 12 bedded inpatient unit providing hospital care to patients over the age of 18. It is the Trust’s smallest community hospital and provides a high standard ...

Getting here

St Monica's EasingwoldSt Monica's is located on Long Street in Easingwold, North Yorkshire. Easingwold is approximately 14 miles north of York, and can be best accessed via the A19.  

Main services

14.30 - 17.30 19.30 - 20.30

Fundraising for St Monica's

St Monica's EasingwoldThe York Teaching Hospital Charity raises vital funds to support the work of St Monica's Hospital and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust is committed to im ...

A history

St Monica's EasingwoldThe hospital was founded in 1893 by Mrs Katherine Love, a member of a family of generous local benefactors living on the Hawkhills estate near Easingwold. At first it was known a ...

League of Friends

St Monica's EasingwoldThe League of Friends of St Monica's Hospital was founded in 1969 to support and promote the work of the hospital. Its first aim was to provide a Physiotherapy unit which opened ...

Malton Community Hospital

Malton Community HospitalMalton Community Hospital is an inpatient and outpatient unit providing hospital care to patients over the age of 18.  The hospital provides inpatient rehabilitation, pallia ...

Getting here

Malton Community HospitalMalton Community Hospital is located approximately one mile from the centre of Malton on Middlecave Road. Car Parking There are three car parks at Malton Community Hospita ...

Facilities

Malton Community HospitalShops & Restaurants The Dining Room is located on the ground floor of the Hospital. It is open for breakfast, lunch and supper for patients, visitors and staff, using fresh ...

Main services

Malton Community HospitalServices include Audiology Community midwifery Dentistry Inpatient palliative care Outpatients Radiology Urology One Stop Clinic Adult Community Se ...

Malton Hospital Funds

Malton HospitalMalton Hospital Funds is part of the York Teaching Hospital Charity which raises vital funds to support the work of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust is committe ...

League of Friends

Malton HospitalThe League of Friends has been successfully operating since 1977 for the benefit of Malton Hospital and patients and families. Its aims are : To encourage interest in the work of Ma ...

Bridlington Hospital

Bridlington HospitalBridlington Hospital is a district hospital which provides surgical, rehabilitation, and outpatients services to the local Bridlington community. It provides care for patients alon ...

Getting here

Bridlington HospitalBridlington Hospital is situated on Bessingby Road, two miles north of the town centre. If you are unsure where to go when you arrive at the hospital please ask at the reception ...

Travel

TravelDetails of bus services between Scarborough and Bridlington are available on the website of the operator, EYMS,  www.eyms.co.uk  or from Busline on 01482 592929.  Rail information can be foun ...

Facilities

Bridlington HospitalShops & Restaurants The Dining Room The Dining Room is located on the ground floor of the Hospital. It is open for breakfast, lunch and supper for visitors and staff. Food ...

Main services

Bridlington HospitalServices include: Audiology Bereavement Services (Chapel) Blood Taking Service Care of the Elderly (Lawrence Unit) Community Midwifery Services Day Case Treat ...

Chaplaincy

ChaplaincyMeet the Chaplaincy Team  Revd Chris Hayes (Church of England) Chaplain, full time  A team of Chaplaincy volunteers visit the wards regularly The Chapel The Chapel, Chaplains ...

Bridlington Hospital Funds

Bridlington Hospital Bridlington Hospital Funds is part of the York Teaching Hospital Charity which raises vital funds to support the work of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust ...

League of Friends

Bridlington HospitalFounded in 1953 the aim of the Bridlington Hospital League of Friends is to improve patient care and comfort. Over the past two years the Bridlington Hospital League of Friends h ...

A history

Bridlington HospitalA history Bridlington Hospital was officially opened by the Duchess of Gloucester on May 16 1989, bringing together services from three former hospitals. The hospital ha ...

White Cross Court

White Cross CourtWhite Cross Court Rehabilitation Hospital provides geriatric medicine services as part of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s general healthcare provision. It is registere ...

Getting here

Whitecross Court White Cross Court is a community rehabilitation hospital for the elderly based off Haxby Road in York. Car parking is available at White Cross Court. There is currently no charge fo ...

Main services

Whitecross CourtGeriatric medicine and rehabilitation services.

Fundraising for Whitecross Court

Whitecross CourtThe York Teaching Hospital Charity raises vital funds to support the work of Whitecross Court and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust is committed to improving t ...

St Helen's

St Helen's Rehabilitation HospitalSt Helen's Rehabilitation Hospital provides Geriatric Medicine services, as part of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s general healthcare provision. It i ...

Getting here

St Helen'sSt Helens is located off Tadcaster Road, one and a half miles south of the centre of York.  Car Parking There are 25 parking spaces and two disabled spaces. Please ensure you park in t ...

Main services

Main servicesGeriatric medicine and rehabilitation services.

Fundraising for St Helen's

St Helen'sThe York Teaching Hospital Charity raises vital funds to support the work of St Helen's and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust is committed to improving the services ...

The New Selby War Memorial Hospital

The New Selby War Memorial HospitalThe New Selby War Memorial Hospital is a Community Hospital which provides inpatient and outpatient care for Selby and district locality. Services from the site are ...

Getting here

Selby HospitalSelby Hospital is located on Doncaster Road approximately one mile south of the town centre on the A19. Car Parking There are 100 car parking spaces for visitors, shared with the Civi ...

Facilities

Selby HospitalShops & Restaurants The hospital has a cafe which serves a selection of hot and cold drinks, sandwiches and snacks. Opening hours are Monday to Friday 8am to 4pm. Please note, the c ...

Main services

Selby HospitalServices Include: Audiology Blood Taking Services Community Nursing Community Midwifery Dermatology Inpatient and day case unit (24-beds) Minor Injuries Unit (NOT 24 Hours) ...

Fundraising for Selby Hospital

Selby HospitalThe York Teaching Hospital Charity raises vital funds to support the work of Selby Hospital and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The Trust is committed to improving the s ...

League of Friends

Selby HospitalSelby Hospital is very fortunate to have the active support of The Friends of Selby War Memorial Hospital, who provide volunteer support and coordinate fundraising in the community for t ...

A history

Selby HospitalThe New Selby War Memorial Hospital was completed in 2011 however there has been a hospital on site since 1926. Services from the old Selby War Memorial Hospital and Selby Raincliff ...

Our services

Our ServicesYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides a comprehensive range of acute hospital and specialist healthcare services across York, North Yorkshire, North East Yorkshire and Ryed ...

Acute Medicine

Acute MedicineThe Acute Medical Unit (AMU) receives acutely ill medical patients from General Practitioners or the Emergency Department. The function of the AMU is to allow acute medical assessment ...

Anaesthetics

AnaestheticsThe Anaesthetic Department at the Trust provides a wide range of Anaesthesia in both elective and emergency situations. Click on the links below to find out more. Anaesthesia at York H ...

Anaesthetics at York

York Anaesthetic ServiceThe Department of Anaesthesia at York Hospital consists of 44 consultants, 5 specialty doctors and around 20 doctors training in our specialty. Anaesthetists are qualified doct ...

Anaesthetics at Scarborough and Bridlington Hospitals

Anaesthetics at Scarborough and BridlingtonThe Department of Anaesthetics is a part of the Directorate for Anaesthetics, Theatres and Critical Care. We provide Peri-operative Medical Care to Surgical ...

Anticoagulation

Anticoagulation clinic (York)The anticoagulant clinic has now closed at York Hospital.  Warfarin monitoring is now done within GP practices.  For visitors requiring an INR blood test – please re ...

Audiology

AudiologyWelcome to Audiology  The audiology service is part of the Head and Neck Department. It involves the assessment, treatment, and ongoing management of hearing ...

Adult hearing services

 Adult hearing services Adult services are provided at: York Hospital Spring Hill House Scarborough Bridlington Selby Hospital Pocklington Thirsk Health Centre Malton Hospital ...

Further support for adults

Further support for adults Patients in York can find out more about the support available by contacting City of York Council.  Click here  to find out more or contact: Adults Social Care Team W ...

Advice for health professionals

 Information for health professionalsBone anchored hearing aid form ·        How to contact us ·        Referral criteria for other health professionals ·        Who can ...

Hearing aids

 Information about hearing aidsHaving problems with your hearing aid? There are many reasons why you may have problems with a hearing aid. Before sending off for repair or replacement click here to ...

Children's hearing services

 Children's hearing service   Children services are provided at York hospital Selby Hospital Scarborough hospital Malton hospital Smaller clinics are held at Whitby Hospital We a ...

Children's hearing aids

Children's hearing aidsGetting fitted for hearing aids Being fitted with hearing aids is a common occurrence but can cause mixed feelings for children. Click here  to view an easy to read guide ...

Charities for children

Charities supporting children with hearing problemsLollipop Lollipop office, Lollipop (York and district office, Minster Building, door 84, 84 Lowther Street, York, YO31 7LX Tel: 01904 652 ...

Getting ready for a hearing test

Getting ready for a hearing test  - 'GO' games You can help us by playing a few simple games with your child to help them prepare for a hearing test. Here are two games you can play. You need brick ...

Children's frequently asked questions

  Frequently asked questions about the hearing service What should you do if you have concerns about your child’s hearing? Speak to your GP or health visitor if you are concerned. They can t ...

Blood Taking Service

Blood Taking ServiceHaving a blood test We collect blood samples from patients and send them to the Pathology laboratories for analysis. In order to have a blood test, you will need a request form. ...

Blood Transfusion

Blood Transfusion The National Blood Service provides information for patients on blood transfusion and alternatives to blood transfusion. For more information and advice click here  

Cancer Care

Cancer Care Cancer services at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provide diagnostic and supportive care, such as surgery and chemotherapy, for common cancers locally across the Trust hospit ...

Scarborough Cancer Care Centre

The Cancer Information and Support Service at Scarborough HospitalThe Scarborough Cancer Information and Support Service re-opened in the Main Entrance of Scarborough Hospital (next to the volunteer ...

Cancer Care Centre

Cancer Care Centre at York HospitalThe Cancer Care Centre opened in 1998 with funds raised from an appeal by York Against Cancer and the York Press.The Centre provides information, support, comple ...

Relaxation audio

Relaxation audioListen to our specially produced audio tracks to help you to relax, voiced by Carole White, Occupational Therapist with the Specialist Palliative Care Team. Introduction and guidel ...

Living with cancer DVD

Living well with cancer DVDA unique DVD has been produced by York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to help patients get the support they need when living with, and beyond, a cancer diagnosis. ...

Cardiology

CardiologyYork Hospital Full time Consultant Cardiologists Dr Maurice Pye, Lead Clinician - Interests Intervention and Imaging Dr Rob Crook - Interest in Intervention Dr Simon Megarry - Intere ...

Care of Older People

Care of Older PeopleThe Service Three acute wards for older people (Wards 23, 26 and 35) A joint Older People and Psychiatric Assessment Unit (Ward 37) An Acute Stroke Unit (Ward 36), caring ...

Chaplaincy

ChaplaincyThe chaplaincy team supports patients, staff and visitors across the Trust and is available for everyone, whether religious or not. Our aim is to provide spiritual and pastoral care for pa ...

Child Health

Child HealthFor more information about Child Health at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust click here to visit the Department's new website, or visit www.york.nhs.uk/children  

Health visitor service

Health visiting service York Health Visiting Team has launched a new patient leaflet explaining the work of a health visitor and their role in the community. The leaflet outlines what people can expe ...

Child Health (York)

Children's Services (York)Services at York Hospital: Children's Development Centre – Ground floor Children's Ward -  Ward 17, first floor Children’s Assessment Unit - Ward 18 first floor M ...

Child Health (Scarborough)

Child Health (Scarborough)

Clinical Enablement Service – Psychological Medicine (Scarborough)

Clinical Enablement Service – Psychological Medicine (Scarborough)Welcome to the Clinical Enablement Service (CES). CES is made up of a multi-disciplinary team including Physiotherapy, Occupational ...

Clinical Haematology

Clinical HaematologyClinical haematology involves the treatment of a wide range of benign and malignant blood disorders. The department is based in the dedicated haematology-oncology inpatient and out ...

Community Response Teams

Community Response TeamsWe currently provide two community response teams to local communities.  These include a service in the City of York (which also provides some services in Easingwold), and one ...

Community Services

Community ServicesThe Trust manages community based services in Selby and District, and the City of York.  This includes some community nursing and specialist services, as well as  St Monica's in ...

Community Stroke Discharge Team

Community Stroke Discharge TeamThe Community Stroke Discharge Team provides specialist early stage rehabilitation and discharge support for people who have had a stroke. The team helps stroke patient ...

Community Nursing

Community NursingCommunity nurses, also known as district nurses play a crucial role in the primary health care team working alongside GPs and other health care professionals.  They visit housebound ...

Heart Failure Specialist Nurse Team

Heart Failure Specialist nurse teamThere are several heart failure specialist nurses based across the Trust. The specialist heart failure team are involved with the care of patients with heart fail ...

Continence Service

Continence ServiceSpecialist continence The Specialist Continence Service comprises of a team of nurses and physiotherapists who are specialists in the treatment and management of bladder and bowel ...

Coronary Care

Coronary CareCoronary Care specialises in the care of patients who have a cardiac related illness. This may be a problem with a heart rhythm or chest pains. Coronary Care Units are located at: Y ...

Cystic Fibrosis

Cystic FibrosisOur Cystic Fibrosis Unit at York Hospital has it's own website. Please follow this link to take you there. Click here for more information about our respiratory services.

Restorative dentistry

Restorative DentistryRestorative dentistry is concerned with preserving and restoring oral health by means of the study, diagnosis and management of dental disease. The primary focus of the Restorati ...

Diabetes

Diabetes ServicesDiabetes services in York To find out more about the diabetes services in York follow this link . Diabetes services in Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale To find out more about th ...

Diabetes Services York

Diabetes Services YorkWe run a patient centred service for adults, children and teenagers, comprising:- General outpatient clinics in diabetes, endocrinology, metabolic disorders and general medic ...

Diabetes Specialist Team (Scarborough)

Diabetes Specialist Team (Scarborough) The Diabetes Team educate and support adults and children with diabetes mellitus, their families and carers, and health care professionals. They are involve ...

Dermatology

DermatologyThe Dermatology Department run a comprehensive in-patient and out-patient Dermatology service for the population of York and Selby. Consultants also run the Dermatology service in Scarborou ...

Elective surgical admissions

Elective surgical admissions at York HospitalWard 27 is the Elective Surgical Admissions Unit. Patients having elective surgery will be admitted on the day of surgery. They will be seen by the surgeon ...

Emergency Department (ED)

Emergency Department (A&E)Choosing the right health service for your condition or injury is vital if you are to get the best treatment. The Trust has two Emergency Departments (ED) based at: Th ...

York Hospital ED

York Hospital EDWhere to find us  The Emergency Department at York Hospital is situated on the ground floor, adjacent to the Intensive Care Unit. It has its own entrance and reception area. Click h ...

Scarborough Hospital ED

Scarborough Hospital EDWhere to find us  The Emergency Department at Scarborough Hospital is located on the ground floor of the main hospital building. It also has its own entrance and reception ar ...

Endoscopy

EndoscopyAn endoscopy is a procedure where the inside of your body is examined internally using an endoscope. Endoscopies are performed at: York Hospital Scarborough Hospital Bridlington Hos ...

Bronchoscopy

BronchoscopyWhat is a bronchoscopy? A bronchoscopy is a test, which allows the doctor to look into your windpipe and the air tubes of your lungs. The doctor uses a thin, flexible tube called a ...

Gastroenterology

Gastroenterology The Gastroenterology service provides for diagnosis and management of all gastroenterological conditions including; Hepatology and functional GI (gastrointestinal) disorders. Irri ...

General Surgery and Urology

General surgery We provide elective and emergency services for General Surgery at York and Scarborough Hospitals, as well as Vascular surgery and Urology and work in main theatres, day theatres and o ...

Haematology/Oncology Unit

Haematology/Oncology Unit (ward 31) York HospitalWe are here to deliver high standards of care to patients with complications relating to their diagnosis of cancer. We: offer a 24 hour telephon ...

Head and Neck Specialities

Head and Neck Specialties Head and Neck specialties include the following services: Audiology Ear Nose and Throat and Otolaryngology Maxillo-Facial Surgery Orthodontic ...

Hepatology

HepatologyThe new Hepatology Service was launched in 2015 to provide local access to specialist advice and treatment for all types of liver disease. In addition this service aims to improve identifica ...

Where to find Liver Clinics

Where to find Liver ClinicsOnce a referral has arrived in the department, we will arrange an appointment at the clinic which is most convenient to you. We may send some blood request forms through to ...

Meet the Team

Meet the TeamOur team of experienced liver Consultants (Hepatologists) and Advanced Specialist Nurses see patients in specialist liver clinics, as well as through in-patient care. Name Job ...

Diagnostic services

Diagnostic servicesFibroscan We offer a local Fibroscan service, which is a non-invasive test that measures the stiffness of your liver. It is a painless alternative to liver biopsy and is used for ...

Ways to refer - Patient Advice

Ways to refer - Patient AdviceYou can be referred to our service by your GP, hospital doctor, other healthcare professionals and key workers from local drug and alcohol services.  Every referral w ...

Ways to refer- Health Care Professionals

Ways to refer- Health Care ProfessionalsThis page is currently under construction. For more information please contact Hepatology Administration on 01904724684.

Multi-Disciplinary Team Meetings

Multi-Disciplinary Team MeetingsViral Hepatitis : First two Fridays of every month with Castle Hill Hospital, Hull. Pancreatic Cancer: weekly by AV link with St James Hospital, Leeds. Liver Cancer: ...

Pharmacy

PharmacyMedicines are supplied by the Healthcare at Home pharmacy at York Hospital and will be delivered to other clinic locations. A Specialist Pharmacist is available for any advice and questions yo ...

News and Events

News and EventsWorld Hepatitis Day- 28th July 2016 In 2010 the World Health Organization made World Hepatitis Day one of only four official disease-specific world health days, to be celebrated each ...

Patient Feedback

Patient FeedbackWe value and believe in the importance of feedback from patients in order to improve the service and patient experience. To enhance the quality of services that we deliver, it is imp ...

Donating to the York Hepatology Service

Donating to the York Hepatology ServiceThe York Hepatology Service has a charitable fund created as part of the York Teaching Hospital Charity . Donations can be made to ‘York Teaching Hospital Cha ...

Further Information

Further informationSupport Groups We are very keen to set up a patient support group at York Hospital and would welcome any offers of help or support. If you feel you can help in any way and would l ...

HIV

HIVYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides the HIV service in North Yorkshire and York. It is also a member of the The Humber and York HIV Network (HIV HAY) which coordinates the trea ...

HIV User Survey

HIV User SurveyThe Humber and York HIV Network is currently developing a patient website for the region which will be a one-stop-online resource for clinical information and support. We would value yo ...

Irritable Bowel Syndrome

Hypnotherapy Recordings for patients with IBSWe have produced two hyponotherapy recordings for patients with IBS and functional gut disorders please enter the password you have been given to access ...

Inflammatory Bowel Disease at York Hospital

Inflammatory Bowel DiseaseThese pages contain information for patients and healthcare professionals about Inflammatory Bowel Disease at York Hospital. We hope that you find this information useful. ...

What we do

 What we doThe Inflammatory Bowel Disease (IBD) Team at York Hospital provide a comprehensive range of general and specialist IBD clinical services to the population of York and surrounding area fo ...

IBD Specialist Nurse team

IBD Specialist Nurse teamThe IBD nursing service aims to provide patients with information and support, allowing for self-management where appropriate, while providing prompt access to advice, car ...

Outpatient clinics

Outpatient clinicsOn your first visit to an IBD clinic, you will be seen by one of the consultants or by the IBD nurses in one of their clinics, if you have had an endoscopy then you may ...

What to expect when you attend a clinic

What to expect when you attend a Gastroenterology clinicThe Outpatient Department is a busy place, with clinics running for a wide range of specialties, including Gastroenterology. There may also be ...

Psychological Support

Psychological SupportPsychological and emotional wellbeing is an important part of living with IBD.  It is important to discuss your feelings about the illness with your care team.  It can also he ...

What to expect when you attend the Medical Elective Suite

What to expect when you attend the Medical Elective SuiteThe Medical Elective Suite (MES) is situated on the first floor, above the Outpatient Department at York Hospital.  It is an outpatient tr ...

Pharmacy

PharmacyThe pharmacy departments at York and Scarborough Hospitals employ over 150 staff providing comprehensive services and support to patients, wards, clinics and departments within the Trust, ...

Homecare Medicine Services

Homecare Medicine ServicesA Homecare Medicines Service (MES) is a term used to describe the delivery of certain hospital prescribed medicines directly to your home or alternative address that yo ...

Information, resources and useful links

 Information, resources and useful linksCCUK CICRA IBD Standards NICE

IBD Registry

IBD RegistryBeing part of the IBD Registry is one of the IBD Standards. It brings benefits in terms of quality, safety and efficiency to clinical teams and hospitals.  Having better local data co ...

Drugs used in IBD

Drugs used in IBDWhy do some drugs have several names? Generic and brand names Every drug has an approved generic or medical name, decided on by an expert committee. Many drugs are also known by a b ...

Food and IBD

The Role of Diet & Nutrition in IBDCan food cause IBD? As IBD affects the digestive system, many people naturally wonder if there is a possible link between diet and IBD. A considerable amount of res ...

Investigations and tests

Investigations and testsYou will probably only need to have a few of the investigations and tests listed below. However, IBD is an on-going condition, so some of the investigations and tests may need ...

Histology - Specimen Collection and Transport Advice

IMPORTANT: Ensure the sample is correctly contained in the container and all details are completed.   Histology samples MUST NOT be placed in the Air Tube System for Transport   On both the ...

Cytology Specimen Collection

Cervical Cytology Specimen Collection Information: For information on cervical cytology specimen collection:   Click Here Non Gynaecological Cytology Specimen Collection Information: A ...

Cervical Cytology

Cervical Cytology Cervical Cytology Request Forms All requests for cervical cytology should be accompanied by the special preferred request form Open Exeter A5 (2009) option.  Forms and all deta ...

Microbiology - Specimen Collection

Microbiology Sample Collection Advice Please ensure the correct sample container is used: Click Here Please ensure the sample is correctly labelled and request card completed to ensure ...

Microbiology - Faeces collection

Faeces Collection Use pots with a collecting spoon. Suggestions for collection of faeces specimens: When opening your bowels please use one of the following collection methods. It is of paramount i ...

Microbiology - Antibody studies

Clotted Blood or Serum for Antibody Studies Paired sera are usually required, one in the acute and the second in the convalescent phase (10-14 days after onset). We need to know enough clinical detai ...

Microbiology - Threadworm

Threadworm (Enterobius) Investigation Normally the condition is diagnosed by microscopic detection of the nematode eggs sampled from the perianal area. However, in extremely heavy infestations some w ...

Microbiology - Swabs

Swab Collection Place swab in tube containing transport medium, e.g. “Transwab”. Swabs that are not sent to the laboratory immediately can be stored at room temperature for up to 24 hours. For t ...

Microbiology - Sputum

Sputum Collection Use wide-necked pots with screw-on lids. For most purposes an uncontaminated early morning or post-physiotherapy specimen is preferred. Saliva is not suitable. Culture of non-purul ...

Microbiology - Antibiotic assay

Antibiotic Assay Bloods The following information must be written on the Microbiology request form for any clotted blood samples (brown tube) sent for an antibiotic assay: · Dose regime (size of do ...

Microbiology - Urine Collection

Urine Collection The method in use estimates the number of pus and other cells, and the number of bacteria in the urine to help to distinguish infection from contamination. A midstream urine or cath ...

Microbiology CSF Collection

Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) Collection IN ALL CASES - The microbiology department must be informed when a CSF has been taken. DURING NORMAL WORKING HOURS: The Laboratory must be informed direc ...

Chlamydia

Chlamydia Collection Information The laboratory issues collection kits for urine and swab samples. This contains a lysis buffer which should not come into contact with the skin, eyes, or mucus membra ...

Blood Cultures

Blood Culture Collection For best practice guidance Click Here Check the expiry date on both bottles. Discard any bottle that is within 14 days of expiry. 1. Patient ID stickers should b ...

Blood Culture Best Practice

Best Practice to Obtain Quality Blood Culture Samples The York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust “Venepuncture and Cannulation Training Package [including Blood Culture Sampling]” provides ...

Microbiology - Virology

Viral PCR Swabs: Use red topped universal transport medium (UTM-RT MINI) available on request from the laboratory. DO NOT moisten the swab with transport medium before taking the sample. Faeces: ...

Learning Disability Services

Learning Disability ServicesOur Learning Disability Liaison Nurse, Jo Blades can offer support to you and your family. If you need hospital care and have a learning disability, the Learning Disabilit ...

Library

Library ServicesThe Library Service at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides access to resources and services to help all staff and students find and use the best evidence to support pa ...

Community postal loan request form

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Library membership form

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Book request form

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Journal request form

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Literature search request form

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Liver Services

Liver ServicesLiver services in York Hospitals York Liver service treats a variety of liver conditions, including: Fatty liver disease Alcoholic liver disease Viral liver disease e.g. Hepatitis B ...

Where to find liver clinics

Where to find liver clinicsDepending on your diagnosis, we aim to see you within a few weeks of receiving a referral. The liver specialist will discuss with you the best way to treat your condition. L ...

Who's who

Who's whoClinical lead: Dr Charlie Millson Secretary: Mrs. Ann Black Sisters and Nursing team on Ward 33 Substance misuse nurse specialist: Louise Morley

Diagnostic services

Diagnostic servicesLiver biopsy (inpatient and outpatient) Radiology: Ultrasound, CT scanning, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) ERCP: 4 lists weekly across the Trust Access to EUS at Hull or Le ...

Multi-Disciplinary Team Meetings

Multi-Disciplinary Team MeetingsUGI cancer: weekly by AV link with Leeds Pancreatic cancer: weekly by AV link with Leeds Liver Cancer: as required, weekly by referral

How to refer a patient

How to refer a patientAppointments for this service are made via the national Choose and Book system. Please see the “ Choose and book ” for more information.

Useful websites and resources

Useful websites and resourcesUseful websites: Alcohol Concern Alpha-1 Support Group American Liver Foundation British Liver Trust British Society of Gastroenterology Cancer Research ...

Malton Diagnostic Clinic

Malton Diagnostic Centre (MDC)The Malton Diagnostic Centre (MDC) (also known as the One Stop Clinic) at Malton Community Hospital is an enhanced service for all urology patients to allow fast acces ...

Maternity Services

Maternity ServicesYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides midwifery care to women living in and around York, North Yorkshire and the East coast. Click on the links below to find out mor ...

Antenatal screening

Antenatal ScreeningAt your first booking appointment your community midwife will discuss and offer you a range of screening tests, the tests include blood tests and ultrasound scans of your baby. Th ...

Online Ante Natal Classes and Information

Online antenatal classesThese films have been specially created by our staff at the maternity department at York Hospital so that you, your birth partner, family and friends can share your maternity e ...

Scarborough Hospital Maternity Services

Scarborough Hospital Maternity ServicesScarborough Hospital provides antenatal, birth and postnatal care. The Labour Ward at Scarborough Hospital has five delivery rooms, one with a birthing pool, a ...

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York Hospital Maternity Services

York Hospital Maternity Services  Maternity services, including antenatal, delivery and postnatal care are delivered from York Hospital, Selby Hospital, Malton Hospital and in the community. Most ...

Special Care Baby Unit

Special Care Baby Unit at York HospitalThe Special Care Baby Unit at York is a level two unit offering two intensive care cots and thirteen special care cots (two with high dependency status). The uni ...

Useful information and support groups

Maternity information and supportAntenatal screening For more information about the antenatal and newborn screening programmes we provide in our trust please click here . NHS Choices There is ...

Breastfeeding

BreastfeedingClick on the links below for further information. Dads and breastfeeding Expressing Feeding discreetly Local information and support groups Mastitis St ...

Breastfeeding - Frequently Asked Questions

Breastfeeding - Frequently Asked Questions Click here to read some of the most frequently asked questions about breastfeeding.

Dads and breastfeeding

Dads and breastfeedingB reastfeeding is great for mum and baby but with everyone focusing on the baby and the partner doing all the feeding, it can make the dad feel a little pushed out... Useful ti ...

Expressing

ExpressingExpressing breast milk Expressing your breast milk can be useful for lots of reasons:  to tempt your baby to go on the breast to help relieve engorgement or release a blocked duct ...

Feeding discreetly

Breastfeeding discreetlyBreastfeeding is nothing to be embarrassed about. But when you're out and about, knowing what clothes to wear and feeding positions to use can help you feel more confident b ...

Local information

Breastfeeding information and supportNational Breastfeeding Helpline Calls are answered locally by trained mothers. 9.30am - 9.30pm www.nationalbreastfeedinghelpline.org.uk Tel: 0300 100 0212 ...

Mastitis

MastitisMastitis is the inflammation (swelling) of the breast tissue and can be a common problem seen in breastfeeding women. The first signs of it may be a wedge-shaped painful red area on the breast ...

Storing breastmilk

Storing breastmilkBreast milk can be left for a maximum of 6 hours at room temperature. It can be stored in the fridge (at a temperature of 4 degrees Celsius) for between 4 and 8 days. It can ...

Thrush

ThrushThrush Thrush (Candida Albicans) is a fungal infection and can occur during breastfeeding, affecting mother, baby or both. It often happens after either one of you has been given antibiotics fo ...

Tongue tie

Tongue tieTongue tie (or Ankyloglossia) is a condition where the piece of skin (frenulum) under the baby's tongue is short, and can stop the tongue from moving properly. Although it does not always ca ...

The BABY project (Born and Bred in Yorkshire)

The BABY projectWhat is the BABY (Born and Bred in Yorkshire) project? BABY is a long term study which aims to track a large group of babies born in Yorkshire, and their parents, from pregnancy onwa ...

Giving birth at home

Giving birth at homeIf you have a straightforward pregnancy and both you and the baby are well, you might choose to give birth at home. If you give birth at home, you’ll be supported by a midwife ...

What to bring: giving birth in hospital

 What to bring: Giving birth at hospitalWhether you're planning to have your baby at home or at hospital, you should get a few things ready at least two weeks before your due date. If you're pla ...

Useful links

Useful Websites and InformationBest Beginnings A useful website which has resources and information from pregnancy to becoming a parent. Click here to access the site. Caring for your baby at ni ...

Online survey

Online Antenatal Class Survey

Maxillofacial Surgery

Oral and Maxillofacial SurgeryThe department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery provides elective and emergency services for the population of North Yorkshire. York is the base where all services are p ...

Medical Elective Services

Medical Elective ServicesWe provide a nurse led outpatient service to patients requiring a variety of treatments and/or tests including: Blood transfusions, platelet transfusions Venesections All ...

Medicine for the Elderly

Medicine for the ElderlyThe Department of Elderly Medicine provides both acute medical and rehabilitation care to people over 75 years of age. Some of our specialist areas listed below provide service ...

Minor Injuries Unit

Urgent Care and Minor InjuriesIf your injury or illness is more minor, you can visit one of the Urgent Care or Minor Injuries Units in our area.   Minor Injuries Units offer nurse-led service ...

Neurosciences

 NeurosciencesNeurosciences services are provided at: The York Hospital The New Selby War Memorial Hospital The neurosciences team at York Hospital provide a comprehensive range of ge ...

Nutrition and Dietetics

Nutrition and Dietetics DepartmentYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Nutrition and Dietetic Department employs registered dietitians and support staff. We provide clinical care to patients of ...

Adult Nutrition and Dietetic Services

Adult Nutrition and Dietetic ServicesThe Adult Dietetic Team works to assess, diagnose and treat a range of nutritional problems in adult patients both in hospital and in the community. We work with ...

Children’s Nutrition and Dietetic Services

Children’s Nutrition and Dietetic ServicesThis page is currently under construction. Useful information For a list of useful links please click here . For information about Adult Nutrition and D ...

Useful links

Useful linksThe British Dietetic Association British Dietetic Association food fact sheets Diabetes UK Health and Care Professions Council NHS Choices NHS Change 4 Life campaign Maln ...

Occupational Therapy

 Occupational Therapy Our occupational therapy service is a single service spanning both the acute and community settings. It covers most clinical areas and inputs to multiple sites as well as patie ...

Occupational Therapy at Scarborough

Occupational therapy services at ScarboroughPlease follow the links below for more information about our services. Occupational therapy for the orthopaedic services Occupational therapy for acut ...

Occupational therapy for orthopaedic services

Occupational therapy for orthopaedic servicesWhat we do The orthopaedic occupational therapy team work along side the orthopaedic consultant teams treating patients with ongoing musculo-skeletal cond ...

Occupational Therapy for acute elderly medicine

Occupational therapy for acute elderly medicineWhat we do  Occupational therapists in the team work across the acute elderly medicine wards. The occupational therapy service provides assessment, int ...

Occupational therapy services to general medicine

Occupational therapy services to general medicineWhat we do The Occupational Therapy team for General Medicine work with adult patients who may have problems associated with Cardiac, Respiratory, Ren ...

Occupational therapy for surgical services

Occupational therapy for surgical servicesWhat we do  The occupational therapy team for acute surgery work with adult patients who due to their surgical condition are experiencing difficulties with ...

Stroke occupational therapy

Stroke occupational therapy Stroke occupational therapists provide specialist assessment and treatment for patients who have had a stroke. The aim of occupational therapy is to maximise patients’ ...

Occupational therapy for rheumatology

Occupational therapy for rheumatology servicesOccupational therapists working in the rheumatology team at Scarborough Hospital provide a specialist occupational therapy service to both in-patients an ...

Occupational Therapy at York

 Occupational Therapy at YorkClick on the following links for more information about the occupational therapy services we provide: Neurosciences Orthopaedic Pain Management Medicin ...

Occupational Therapy for Orthopaedic Services

Occupational therapy for orthopaedic servicesWhat we do The orthopaedic occupational therapy team work along side the orthopaedic consultant teams treating patients with ongoing musculo-skeletal cond ...

Occuptional Therapy for Surgical Services

Occupational therapy for surgical servicesWhat we do  The occupational therapy team for acute surgery work with adult patients who due to their surgical condition are experiencing difficulties with ...

Occupational Therapy for Pain Management

Occupational therapy - pain managementWhat we do  Occupational Therapists work with individuals to help them find the most effective ways to manage their pain and to address the impact pain has on t ...

Occupational Therapy Service for Rheumatology

Occupational therapy for rheumatology servicesOccupational therapists working in the rheumatology team at York Hospital provide a specialist occupational therapy service to both in-patients and out-pa ...

Occupational Therapy to Medicine for the Elderly services

Occupational therapy for acute elderly medicineWhat we do  Occupational therapists in the team work across the acute elderly medicine wards. The occupational therapy service provides assessment, int ...

Occupational Therapy to the Hip Fracture Unit

Occupational therapy services to the Hip Fracture UnitWhat we do The occupational therapists on the Hip Fracture Unit have a specialist interest in this area. They are skilled in the assessment, trea ...

Occuptional Therapy for General Medicine Services

 Occupational therapy services to general medicineWhat we do The Occupational Therapy team for General Medicine work with adult patients who may have problems associated with Cardiac, Respiratory, R ...

Occuptional Therapy for Stroke

Stroke occupational therapy Stroke occupational therapists provide specialist assessment and treatment for patients who have had a stroke. The aim of occupational therapy is to maximise patients’ ...

Occupational Therapy for Neurosciences

Occupational therapy service to neurosciencesThe neurosciences occupational therapy team provides specialist assessment and treatment for patients who have a neurological condition (other than stroke ...

Orthodontics

OrthodonticsOrthodontic and Surgical Patient Experience Survey We are currently carrying out an Orthodontic and Surgical Patient Experience Survey to improve the quality of care we provide to our pa ...

Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat)

Otolaryngology (Ear, Nose and Throat)Our ENT Department provide comprehensive and specialised care covering both medical and surgical conditions related not just to the ear, nose and throat, but also ...

Ophthalmology

OphthalmologyThe Ophthalmology Service The Ophthalmology service encompasses a wide range of conditions, including: Glaucoma Cataracts Medical Retina Corneal Conditions Ocular Plastics ...

Information for patients or their carers with additional needs

 Information for patients or their carers with additional needsIf you want to talk to someone before you visit to make it go as well as possible please get in touch as soon as you can. Caro ...

Support within the community

Support within the communityThe Trust works with charities to offer help and support to patients out in the community and we have a wide range of information available in the hospital for patients to ...

Orthopaedics OLD

OrthopaedicsPlease click on the links below to find out more about the Orthopaedics service at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust: Orthopaedics at York Hospital Orthopaedics at Scarboro ...

Orthopaedics at York Hospital

Orthopaedics at York HospitalThere are 11 Orthopaedic Surgeons working across three wards, main theatres and day theatres and an out-patient clinic at York Hospital. They carry out a variety of surgic ...

Orthopaedics at Scarborough Hospital

Orthopaedics at Scarborough HospitalThere are 8 Orthopaedic Surgeons working at Scarborough with one orthopaedic trauma ward, trauma theatre and the orthopaedic outpatient clinic.  They carry out all ...

Orthopaedics at Bridlington Hospital

Orthopaedics at Bridlington HospitalThere are 8 Orthopaedic Surgeons working at Bridlington Hospital with one orthopaedic ward, main theatre, day theatre and orthopaedic outpatient clinics. They carry ...

Orthopaedics

OrthopaedicsWelcome to York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust orthopaedic service. We provide a wide range of services to treat a number of injuries, infections and joint conditions. Our servi ...

York Hospital

York Hospital OrthopaedicsAt York Hospital, planned orthopaedic care is based on Ward 29 and trauma care on ward 28 and Ward 25. If you are having a day surgery procedure, you will either stay on the ...

Bridlington Hospital

Bridlington Hospital OrthopaedicsOur orthopaedic unit based at Bridlington Hospital is a specialist, dedicated unit for planned orthopaedic surgery only. All of our planned orthopaedic surgery on the ...

Scarborough Hospital

Scarborough Hospital OrthopaedicsAt Scarborough Hospital we hold orthopaedic and fracture outpatient clinics. We also treat trauma injuries for patients after trauma surgery. Outpatient Clinics ...

Accessing the service

Accessing the serviceClick here to find out more information about becoming an NHS patient . Click here to find out more information about becoming a private patient .

Becoming an NHS patient

Becoming an NHS patientBecoming an NHS patient at our Trust is a simple process. If you are suffering from pain and reduced mobility, your first step is speaking to your GP. They will decide what ...

Becoming a private patient

Becoming a private patientWe are able to offer you the option of admission as a private patient, both at York and Bridlington Hospitals. We welcome patients who are covered by private medical insuran ...

Enhanced recovery

Enhanced RecoveryBefore your surgery even takes place, we help to ensure you achieve a speedy recovery. We work with you to make sure you are well, offer you nutritional support, enriched dietary supp ...

Planned surgery

Planned surgeryArranging your surgery Once you and your surgeon have agreed that an operation is necessary, you will be placed on his waiting list for surgery. The waiting list department manage the ...

Coming into hospital

Coming into hospitalWhen you come into hospital for your surgery you will need to bring with you: All medication you currently use in its original packaging. Ensure you have enough medication for a ...

Trauma care

Trauma CareOur trauma service deals with patients with injuries such as broken wrists, ankles, legs and arms following falls or sporting accidents. We provide round the clock trauma care and when you ...

What we do

What we doHips The most common cause of hip pain is arthritis; osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Normally a doctor would recommend a course of pain relief before considering whether surgery ...

Meet the team

Meet the teamName Contact Main areas of interest Additional roles  Nick Carrington Secretary: Helen Stilborn 01904 725940 Specialist in routine, complex and revis ...

Where's my nearest clinic?

 Where's my nearest clinic?Scarborough Hospital Woodlands Drive Scarborough YO12 6QL 01723 368111  Monday – Friday AM - Fracture Clinics Monday PM ...

Feedback and contact

Feedback and contactIf you would like information about where our clinics are please see our clinics page . For general enquiries please complete the form below with your query and we’ll get back ...

Find out more

 Find out moreClick on the links below to find out more about our orthopaedic service: News and events Testimonials Useful links

News and events

 News and events We will be publishing our first newsletter here in September 2016.

Testimonials

 TestimonialsKent Ward, Bridlington Hospital "The service would be hard to improve.  It was outstanding in all respects" – May 16 "Everything and everyone was fantastic, couldn't have wishe ...

Useful links

 Useful linksClick on the links below for more information about trauma and orthopaedics: NHS Choices - trauma and orthopaedics NHS Choices - enhanced recovery British Orthopaedic Associati ...

Trauma & Orthopaedics rotas

Trauma & Orthopaedics staff rotas Introduction copy here.

Staff rotas

Trauma and Orthopaedics RotasList EXAMPLE Consultant Orhto rota 15 10 26.xls (643.5KB) Table Date  Rota   23/10/15 T&O Consultant   York rota     Brid rota     ...

Orthotics

OrthoticsThe Orthotic service provides assessment and treatment of patients requiring advice and orthoses to aid functional mobility and immobilisation. Orthotists are HCPC registered practitioners. ...

Outpatients

OutpatientsFollow the links below for more information about our outpatient departments: Scarborough & Bridlington Hospitals Please bear with us, more information will soon be available for outp ...

Scarborough and Bridlington Outpatients

Outpatient departments at Scarborough and BridlingtonThe outpatient departments at Scarborough and Bridlington provide a comprehensive service for patients attending appointments across a wide range ...

Pain Management

 Pain ManagementThe pain management teams deal with acute and chronic pain Acute pain is usually pain after surgery, an injury or trauma of some kind, is short acting and gets better with time. ...

Palliative Care

Palliative CareThe Specialist Palliative Care Team provide a seven day a week service which operates across both sites and in the community between the hours of 8.30am until 4.30pm. York Hospital ...

Palliative Care Scarborough

Palliative Care - Scarborough Hospital“Palliative care is the active holistic care of patients with advanced progressive illness. Management of pain and other symptoms and provision of psychological ...

Meet the team

Meet the teamName Title Dr Charlotte Adams  Consultant in Palliative Medicine Professor Miriam Johnson Consultant in Palliative Medicine and Palliative Care Research Lead Mrs Katie Bro ...

Related services

Related servicesYork Teaching Hospital works in close partnership with the Saint Catherine’s Hospice to ensure patients receive the best care from the appropriate specialist. The following link wil ...

Where to find us

Where to find usHospital team office Palliative care team office, Macmillan Unit, North Entrance Scarborough Hospital Tel 01723 342446

Referral to the hospital palliative care service

Referral to the hospital palliative care serviceThe service operates Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4.30pm. All referrals are to adhere to the team criteria. For patients on the ward: The Macmillan Co-o ...

Our palliative care services

Our palliative care servicesWe provide a seven day palliative care service offering: Specialist assessment of a patients’ individual needs Expert advice on symptom management Time for the pati ...

Palliative Care York

Palliative Care - York HospitalPalliative care is provided out in the community and at the following sites: The York Hospital The New Selby War Memorial Hospital St Monica’s Hospital Easin ...

Our palliative care services

Our palliative care servicesWe can help with: Specialist assessment of the patients’ individual needs Specialist advice on symptom management Specialist support for the patient and their family ...

Where to find and contact us

Where to find and contact usHospital team office Palliative care team office, next to the cancer care centre, York Hospital. 01904 725835 Community team office The Lodge, St Leonards Hospice, 1 ...

Referral to the hospital palliative care service

Referral to the hospital palliative care serviceTo make a referral to the hospital palliative care service please contact 01904 725835 and the most appropriate healthcare professional will assess. We ...

Referral to the specialist palliative medicine clinic

Referral to the specialist palliative medicine clinicTo make a referral to the specialist palliative medicine clinic GPs or consultants need to send a referral letter to the hospital team secretary FA ...

Meet the team

Meet the teamName Title  Dr Anne Garry Consultant in Palliative Medicine  Dr Bill Hulme Medical Director of St Leonard's Hospice Dr Sarah Wilcox Consultant in Palliative Medicine  M ...

Useful links

Useful linksYork Against Cancer St Leonards Hospice Macmillan Cancer Support Marie Curie

Patient Experience

Patient ExperienceYour experience matters Would you like to say thank you, make a comment, get an answer to a concern or make a formal  complaint ? We are always interested to hear from patients, ...

Patient Safety

Patient SafetyFor more information about Patient Safety at the Trust please click here to visit our Patient Safety pages.

Pathology (Scarborough)

Pathology at Scarborough Follow this link to take you to information about Laboratory Medicine (Pathology) at both the York and Scarborough hospital sites.  

Pharmacy

PharmacyThe pharmacy departments at York and Scarborough Hospitals employ over 180 staff providing comprehensive services and support to patients, wards, clinics and departments within the Trust, as w ...

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust physiotherapy service is a single service spanning both the acute and community settings. It covers most clinical areas and inputs to multipl ...

Physiotherapy at York

 Physiotherapy at York Please follow the links below for more information about our services: Physiotherapy to the community rehabilitation hospitals for the elderly Physiotherapy in car ...

Physiotherapy to the Hip Fracture Unit

Physiotherapy services to the Hip Fracture UnitWhat we do The Senior Physiotherapist on the Hip Fracture Unit has a specialist interest in this area. The Physiotherapist is skilled in the assessment, ...

Combined Therapy Service for Children and Young People

Combined therapy service for children and young peopleOccupational therapist Occupational therapists work with children and young people, helping them to carry out the activities that they need or w ...

Physiotherapy for Cardiac Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy in cardiac rehabilitationWhat we do Assessment and analysis of client function and risk stratification for safe exercise Prescription and evaluation of individual and group exercise ...

Physiotherapy for Musculoskeletal Services

Musculo-skeletal (MSK) outpatient physiotherapy serviceWe provide a specialist service to deal with conditions of neuro-musculo-skeletal origin, which covers necks, backs, all joints, muscles, ligamen ...

Physiotherapy for Orthopaedic Inpatients

Orthopaedic inpatient physiotherapyThere are 3 orthopaedic wards in the hospital: an elective ward for planned orthopaedic procedures such as hip and knee replacements, an adult trauma ward for fractu ...

Physiotherapy for Pulmonary Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy for pulmonary rehabilitationWhat we do Physiotherapy has a very important role in improving the quality of life and increasing activity in patients with chronic respiratory problems. Th ...

Physiotherapy for the Amputee Service

Physiotherapy for the limb amputation serviceThe physiotherapy team are based in York Hospital, working as part of the specialist Vascular Team and work closely with Occupational Therapists. They pr ...

Physiotherapy for the General Medical Wards

Physiotherapy service to the general medical wardsWhat we do Within the General Medical wards at York Hospital Physiotherapy is provided to patients suffering from a wide range of conditions. Acute ...

Physiotherapy for the Oncology and Palliative Care Service

Oncology and palliative care physiotherapy serviceThe service provides physiotherapeutic assessment and treatment of a wide range of physical conditions in patients who have a cancer diagnoses, at  a ...

Physiotherapy for the Rehab Hospitals

Physiotherapy to the community rehabilitation hospitals for the elderlyWhat we do  The physiotherapy service to both hospitals is provided from Monday to Friday and includes treatment to both inpat ...

Physiotherapy for the Renal Service

Physiotherapy for the renal serviceThe physiotherapy team is based in York Hospital, providing aerobic and strength training exercise programmes for patients undergoing dialysis in the haemodialysis u ...

Physiotherapy for the Surgical Wards and Intensive Care

Physiotherapy to the surgical wards and intensive careThe physiotherapy role is concerned with the assessment, education treatment and rehabilitation of patients admitted in the above clinical area. T ...

Physiotherapy for Women's Health

Women's health physiotherapyThe physiotherapist in womens health provides an important role in the treatment of many conditions affecting women. She provides specialist assessment of the obstetric pa ...

BUMP physiotherapy groups

BUMP physiotherapy groups at YorkWhat is the group about? If you are pregnant and over 20 weeks you are invited to come to a one off group session. Here an obstetric physiotherapist will give advice ...

Physiotherapy Lymphoedema and Breast Cancer Service

Physiotherapy lymphoedema and breast cancer serviceThe physiotherapy breast cancer and lymphoedema service is based in the Breast Unit, Magnolia Centre, York Hospital. Physiotherapy provides speciali ...

Physiotherapy Service Balance Centre

Physiotherapy balance and vestibular rehabilitation serviceThe physiotherapy balance and vestibular rehabilitation service is based in the Balance Centre, Head and Neck Department, York Hospital. Th ...

Physiotherapy Service for Rheumatology

Rheumatology physiotherapyWhat we do The role of the physiotherapist is to provide assessment, treatment and self-management advice for all rheumatology conditions, in in-patient and outpatient sett ...

Physiotherapy for Neurosciences

Neurosciences physiotherapy teamWhat we do      We provide Physiotherapy advice and treatment for people, aged 16 and over, with any neurological condition (other than stroke patients, who are ...

Physiotherapy services for Stroke

Stroke physiotherapy servicesWhat we do Stroke physiotherapists provide specialist assessment, treatment and management of patients suffering from the symptoms of stroke. The aim of physiotherapy i ...

Physiotherapy to Medicine for the Elderly services

Physiotherapy services to acute medicine for the elderlyWhat we do The Acute Medicine for the Elderly Physiotherapy Team have a developed interest in the treatment of older people and the specific ph ...

Physiotherapy at Scarborough

Physiotherapy services at ScarboroughPhysiotherapy for the limb amputation service   Women's health physiotherapy     Physiotherapy services to acute medicine for the elderly   Phys ...

Physiotherapy for the limb amputation service

Physiotherapy for the limb amputation serviceThe physiotherapy team are based in York Hospital, working as part of the specialist Vascular Team and work closely with Occupational Therapists. They pro ...

Women's health physiotherapy

Women's health physiotherapyThe physiotherapist in Womens Health provides an important role in the treatment of many conditions affecting women. She provides specialist assessment of the obstetric pa ...

Physiotherapy services to acute medicine for the elderly

Physiotherapy services to acute medicine for the elderlyWhat we do The Acute Medicine for the Elderly Physiotherapy Team have a developed interest in the treatment of older people and the specific ph ...

Physiotherapy service to the general medical wards

Physiotherapy service to the general medical wardsWhat we do Within the General Medical wards at Scarborough and Bridlington Hospitals Physiotherapy is provided to patients suffering from a wide rang ...

Stroke physiotherapy services

Stroke physiotherapy servicesWhat we do Stroke physiotherapists provide specialist assessment, treatment and management of patients suffering from the symptoms of stroke. The aim of physiotherapy i ...

Physiotherapy in cardiac rehabilitation

Physiotherapy in cardiac rehabilitationWhat we do Assessment and analysis of client function and risk stratification for safe exercise Prescription and evaluation of individual and group exercise ...

Rheumatology physiotherapy

Rheumatology physiotherapyWhat we do The role of the physiotherapist is to provide assessment, treatment and self-management advice for all rheumatology conditions, in in-patient and outpatient setti ...

Physiotherapy services to the Trauma Ward

Physiotherapy services to the Trauma WardWhat we do The Senior Physiotherapist on the Trauma Ward has a specialist interest in this area. The Physiotherapist is skilled in the assessment, treatment a ...

Physiotherapy for pulmonary rehabilitation

Physiotherapy for pulmonary rehabilitationWhat we do Physiotherapy has a very important role in improving the quality of life and increasing activity in patients with chronic respiratory problems. Th ...

Musculo-skeletal (MSK) Outpatient Physiotherapy Services in Scarborough,Whitby and Ryedale locality

Musculo-skeletal (MSK) Outpatient Physiotherapy Services in Scarborough,Whitby and Ryedale localityWhat we do We provide a specialist service to deal with conditions of neuro-musculo-skeletal orig ...

Musculo-skeletal (MSK) Outpatient Physiotherapy Services in Scarborough,Whitby and Ryedale locality

Musculo-skeletal (MSK) Outpatient Physiotherapy Services in Scarborough,Whitby and Ryedale localityWhat we do We provide a specialist service to deal with conditions of neuro-musculo-skeletal orig ...

Podiatry

Podiatry (Foot Health)Our Podiatry services are provided by Harrogate and District NHS Foundation Trust, click here to read more about the services they offer.

Private Patients

Becoming a private patientWe are able to offer you the option of being seen as a private patient across one of our hospital sites. We welcome patients, including those who are covered by private med ...

Private Patients (Scarborough Hospital)

Scarborough Hospital Private Patients International and private patients have the opportunity to benefit from the excellent treatment and care available at Scarborough Hospital. Specialities at th ...

Private Patients (Bridlington Hospital)

Bridlington Hospital Private PatientsInternational and private patients have the opportunity to benefit from the excellent service available at Bridlington Hospital. At Bridlington Hospital, we und ...

Psychological Medicine

Psychological MedicineWelcome to the Department of Psychological Medicine whose main base is at York Hospital, with a new smaller hub at Scarborough Hospital. We are a modestly sized service compris ...

Radiology

RadiologyRadiology offers general and specialist services to the Trust, along with direct access to radiology imaging for General Practitioners. The North Yorkshire Breast Screening Servicing, formin ...

York Hospital Radiology

York Hospital - RadiologyWhere to find us Radiology – Ground floor Breast Imaging Unit – First floor Who to contact X-ray General enquiries  01904 726328 Plain film/Fluoroscopy appoint ...

Selby Hospital Radiology

The New Selby War Memorial Hospital - RadiologyWhere to find us First floor Who to contact X-ray enquiries 01904 724318

Scarborough Hospital Radiology

Scarborough General Hospital - RadiologyWhere to find us Radiology (MRI, CT, X-ray, Breast Imaging) - Ground Floor, South Wing Ultrasound - Ground Floor, South Wing Who to contact Radiology Gen ...

Bridlington Hospital Radiology

Bridlington District Hospital - RadiologyWhere to find us Ground Floor Who to contact Radiology General Enquiries 01262 423009

Malton Hospital Radiology

Malton Community Hospital - RadiologyWhere to find us Radiology and Ultrasound - Ground Floor Who to contact Radiology General Enquiries 01653 604526

Meet the team

Meet the teamDr Jon Poels  Clinical Director Vacant Deputy Clinical Director Kim Hinton Directorate Manager Consultant Radiologists Name Special Intere ...

Rehabilitation Services

 Rehabilitation ServicesWhite Cross Court Rehabilitation Hospital St Helens Rehabilitation Hospital

Renal Medicine

Renal MedicineOur dialysis units have a strong focus on shared haemodialysis care, working in partnership with patients to promote greater treatment independence. We have a strong renal multi-discip ...

Contact Us

Contact For more information please contact renal administration on 01904 725375, or   click here  to meet the team. Where to find us York Hospital: ground floor, end of physiotherapy cor ...

Meet the Team

Meet the teamName Contact  Dr Keith McCullough (Clinical Lead) Secretary: 01904 725374 Dr Colin Jones Secretary: 01904 725374 Dr Donald Richardson Secretary: 01904 725374 ...

Respiratory Medicine

Respiratory MedicineRespiratory Medicine is concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the lungs. We offer a high quality Respiratory Medicine service covering all aspects of ...

Respiratory Medicine - York Hospital

Respiratory Medicine - York HospitalRespiratory Medicine - York HospitalAt York Hospital we offer a high quality Respiratory Medicine service covering all aspects of the specialty including; Airwa ...

Respiratory Medicine - Scarborough Hospital

Respiratory Medicine - Scarborough HospitalAt Scarborough Hospital we have a very active, comprehensive, Respiratory inpatient and outpatient service centred in a friendly and high quality Respiratory ...

Meet the team

Respiratory MedicineMeet the clinical team Dr John White Consultant Physician Clinical Lead for Respiratory Medicine Secretary: Gemma Powell 01904 725605 Dr Alison G ...

Rheumatology

RheumatologyRheumatology at York Hospital Rheumatology at Scarborough Hospital

Rheumatology at York

Rheumatology at York HospitalAbove: Theresa May (MP), Julie Green (Advanced Specialist Nurse), Alisa Bosworth (NRAS), and Dr Mike Green (Rheumatology Consultant) receiving an NRAS Healthcare Champion ...

What we do

What we doThe Rheumatology Team at York Hospital provide a comprehensive range of general and specialist rheumatology clinical services to the population of York and North Yorkshire for patients with ...

Who we are

Who we areMedical Team: Dr Mark Quinn, MBChB, MRCP, Consultant Rheumatologist, Clinical Director for Specialist Medicine Dr Mike Green, MBChB, MRCP, Consultant Rheumatologist ...

Rheumatology outpatient clinics

Rheumatology outpatient clinicsAbove: Sue, Marta, Elsa and Simon. Usually on your first visit to the Rheumatology Department, you will be seen by one of the consultants in a 'general' new patient ...

What to expect when you attend the rheumatology clinic

What to expect when you attend the rheumatology clinicThe Outpatient Department is a busy place, with clinics running for a wide range of specialties, including rheumatology. There are also likely to ...

Rheumatology Specialist Nurse Team

Rheumatology Specialist Nurse TeamThe aim of the Rheumatology Specialist Nurse role is to enable patients to maintain their physical, psychological and social wellbeing. This is achieved in a variety ...

Physiotherapy including hydrotherapy

Physiotherapy including hydrotherapyThe York rheumatology physiotherapy team consists of two static and two rotational staff and is based in the main outpatient physiotherapy department. The physiot ...

Fibromyalgia physiotherapy and occupational therapy group

Fibromyalgia GroupThis group is run by the Physiotherapist and Occupational Therapist. It runs for four consecutive sessions and is aimed at providing fibromyalgia patients with tools to self-manage t ...

Rheumatoid arthritis physiotherapy and occupational therapy group

Rheumatoid Arthritis education sessionsThis group is run by the occupational therapist and physiotherapist. It consists of five consecutive sessions and is aimed at providing rheumatoid arthritis pati ...

Occupational therapy

Occupational TherapyOur Occupational Therapist (OT) helps people who have difficulties with their everyday home, work and leisure activities, occurring as a result of joint problems/ arthritis. The O ...

Podiatry

PodiatryYork and Selby Podiatrists are all employed by Harrogate and District Foundation Trust but work from locations throughout the York and Selby area. Within this team there are Podiatrists that h ...

Pharmacy

PharmacyThe main role of the Directorate Pharmacist for Rheumatology is 'behind the scenes'. They help develop policies and guidelines around the use of medicines and help try to secure funding for in ...

What to expect when you attend the Medical Elective Suite

What to expect when you attend the Medical Elective Suite (MES)The Medical Elective Suite is situated on the first floor, above the Outpatient Department at York Hospital. It is an outpatient treatm ...

Research studies

Research studiesAbove: Sophie Birch (Core Research Nurse), Helen Bickerdike (Research Nurse), Lisa Carr (Rheumatology Clinical Trials Assistant) and Anne Gill (Research Nurse). We are involved in a n ...

Contact us

Contacting usIf you have already been referred to the department and seen one of the team within the last year, then you can contact the department directly. If not, you need to see your GP and talk t ...

Local support groups

Local patient support groupsYork Rheumatoid Arthritis Support Group Susan Blore, Secretary, York RA Support Group Tel: 01904 642227 Email: susan.blore@btinternet.com Website: www.yorkra.org/ ...

Resources and useful links

Information, resources and linksUseful websites Arthritis Research UK Arthritis Care BSR /BHPR Clinical Research Network INVOLVE Lupus UK National Rheumatoid Arthriti ...

Shared Care Guidelines

Shared Care GuidelinesYorkshire DMARD guidelines BSR/BHPR DMARD guidelines York Hospitals DMARD guidelines

Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)Frequently asked questions Information leaflets can be obtained from the Arthritis Research UK or Arthritis Care websites ( http://www.arthritisresearchuk.org ) ...

Homecare Contact Details

Homecare contact detailsHealthcare at Home Phone:  Enbrel 0333 103 9599 Humira 0333 103 9699 Cimzia 0333 103 9838 Website  https://hahsupport.co.uk/ Email  hahenquiries@hah.co. ...

Rheumatology at Scarborough

Rheumatology at ScarboroughThe Scarborough Hospital rheumatology department offers consultation for diagnosis and management of various rheumatic conditions, both general and specialist. There are 3 c ...

Meet the team

Rheumatology at Scarborough - meet the team  Dr Zaid Al Saffar   General Rheumatology Osteoporosis Secretary Scarborough ext 2653     Dr Joanne Foo General Rheumatology   ...

Useful links

Useful linksThe ARC website is a good source of information with patient information on various medications used to treat inflammatory arthritis and the conditions themselves. The British Society ...

Safeguarding Adults

The Safeguarding Adults TeamSupporting York, Scarborough, Malton, Bridlington, Whitby, Selby and Easingwold to safeguard adults at risk. We are York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Safeguard ...

Safeguarding Children

Safeguarding Children Declaration StatementWe have robust policies and procedures in place to ensure York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust follows best practice and fulfils its statutory require ...

Sexual Health

Sexual Health Services (YorSexualHealth)York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provides a range of sexual health services throughout York and North Yorkshire to men and women of all ages. Yor ...

YorSexualHealth You Said We Did

YorSexualHealth 'You Said We Did' YorSexualHealth welcomes feedback from members of the public, service users, staff members and partner organisations. Simply fill in the form below to let us know a ...

Single Point of Access (SPA)

Single Point of Access (SPA)Working in partnership with Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS) the Trust is trialling a ‘Single Point of Access’ (SPA) into adult community services as a six month pilot ...

Special Care Baby Unit

Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU)The Trust has two Special Care Baby Units (SCBU) located at: The York Hospital Scarborough Hospital The units provide high quality, evidence-based nursing care ...

York SCBU

York Hospital SCBUThe Special Care Baby Unit at York Hospital is a level two unit offering two intensive care cots and thirteen special care cots (two with high dependency status). The unit admits app ...

Scarborough SCBU

Scarborough Hospital SCBUThe Special Care Baby Unit at Scarborough Hospital has eight cots that primarily care for babies requiring special care, that are born from 32 weeks onwards. On occasions i ...

Speech and Language Therapy

Speech and Language TherapyThe Speech and Language Therapy Department assesses and treats speech, language and communication problems in people of all ages to help them better communicate. It also w ...

Speech and Language Therapy - Adult Services

Speech and Language Therapy - AdultsWe provide the Adult Speech and Language Therapy Service for York, Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale. Clinical Services Our objective is to provide assessment, re ...

Meet the team

Speech and Language Adult ServicesMeet the team Heather Robinson Clinical Lead heather.robinson@york.nhs.uk Donna Graham Admin donna.graham@york.nhs.uk Helena Perry Team Lea ...

Speech and Language Therapy service for adults with acquired disorders

Speech and Language Therapy service for adults with acquired disorders Provided in the Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale LocalityThe team is based in Scarborough Hospital. Services are provided for pat ...

Stroke

StrokeWhat is a Stroke? A stroke is a brain attack. A stroke is what happens when the blood supply to part of the brain is cut off. Blood carries essential nutrients and oxygen to the brain. Without ...

Voice

Speech and Language Therapy Voice ServiceWho are we? A team of Speech and Language Therapists specialising in working with patients with voice disorders. Role Name Contact Speech and Languag ...

Head and Neck

Head and NeckWe provide a specialist service to both inpatients and outpatients with communication and swallowing difficulties as a result of head and neck cancer. We work closely with other professi ...

Dysphagia

DysphagiaWhat is Dysphagia? Dysphagia is the medical term used to describe difficulty swallowing food and/or drinks. It may occur if there is decreased sensation, strength or control of the muscles o ...

Progressive Neurology

Progressive NeurologyWe provide a specialist service to both Inpatients and Outpatients with communication and swallowing ( Dysphagia ) difficulties as a result of a progressive neurological disease, ...

Aphasia

AphasiaWhat is Aphasia? Aphasia is a language disorder that can make it hard to... What causes Aphasia? Aphasia is caused by damage to the brain. This can happen because ...

Dysarthria

DysarthriaWhat is Dysarthria? Dysarthria (dis-ar-three-a) is a type of speech disorder and typically includes one or more of the following: Slurred speech Difficulty controlling loudness Nas ...

Motor Neurone Disease

What is Motor Neurone Disease?Motor Neurone Disease (MND) is a progressive neurodegenerative disease that attacks the upper and lower motor neurones. Degeneration of the motor neurones leads to weakne ...

Verbal Dyspraxia

Verbal DyspraxiaWhat is Verbal Dyspraxia? Verbal dyspraxia (dis-prax-ee-a) is a  speech disorder . A person with verbal dyspraxia has difficulty placing muscles in the correct position to produce ...

Videofluoroscopy

VideofluoroscopyWhat is Videofluoroscopy? It is a moving x-ray of you swallowing showing the mouth, nose and throat, which is recorded. The Consultant may also scan your gullet if appropriate. Why a ...

Student information

Student Placement InformationWhere is the placement? You will be based at  York Hospital . The Speech & Language Therapy (SLT) Department is on the 1st Floor, within the Head & Neck Department, junc ...

Careers in Speech and Language Therapy

 Careers in Speech and Language TherapyWe are keen to support people considering a career in Speech and Language Therapy, whether in a therapist or assistant role. We currently offer a twice-yearly c ...

Speech and Language Therapy - Children's Services in the community

Speech and Language Therapy - ChildrenThe NHS Speech and Language Therapy service for Children is based in Health Centres ,Children's Centres, schools ,CDCs and in the home. We see children from 0-1 ...

Drop in service dates and details

Speech and Language Therapy - Children 0-5 years We now run drop in assessment and referral clinics for children who are 5 years and younger. Please come along to the most convenient one for you. Th ...

0-5 drop in sessions 2016

Speech and Language Therapy 0-5’s Drop in Service 2016Dates up to Easter 2016: Clifton Children's Centre Kingsway North, Cilfton, York, YO30 6JA Telephone: (01904) 552323 Third Friday of each ...

0-5 Drop In Sessions 2015

Speech and Language Therapy 0-5’s Drop in Service 2015Clifton Children's Centre Kingsway North, Cilfton, York, YO30 6JA Telephone: (01904) 552323 Third Friday of each month - 9.00am - 11.00am ...

0-5 drop in sessions 2014

Speech and Language Therapy 0-5's Drop in service 2014Clifton Children's Centre Kingsway North, Cilfton, York, YO30 6JA (01904) 552323 Third Friday of each month - 9.00am - 11.00am 17 Janua ...

Drop in service dates and details 2013

Speech and Language Therapy 0-5'S Drop In Service 2013Clifton Children's Centre Kingsway North  Cilfton York YO30 6JA York ( 01904) 552323 Third Friday of each month - 9.00am - 11.00am 18th Jan, 1 ...

Sterile Services

Sterile ServicesThe Sterile Services Unit based at Scarborough Hospital provides an inhouse surgical instrument decontamination service for York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The unit d ...

Theatres

 TheatresWe have operating theatres at York, Scarborough and Bridlington Hospitals providing inpatient and day case surgery. We perform several different types of operations in our inpatient and day ...

Trauma

North Yorkshire and Humberside Major Trauma NetworkThe North Yorkshire and Humberside Major Trauma Network coordinates the delivery of Adult Major Trauma services across the geographical areas of Nort ...

Urology

Urology One Stop ClinicThe One Stop Clinic (OSC) (also known as the Malton Diagnostic Centre) at Malton Community Hospital is an enhanced service for all urology patients to allow fast ac ...

Stone disease

Urinary stone disease Living with a ureteric stent Ureteroscopic stone removal Dietary advice for stone formers Extracorporeal shockwave lithotripsy (ESWL) for stones

Urinary problems

Urinary problems and bladder cancerClick below to download information to help with urinary problems and bladder cancer Information about bladder cancer Treating bladder cancer Living with bla ...

Kidney cancer

Information about kidney cancerInformation about kidney cancer Laparoscopic radical removal of the kidney

Prostate health

Prostate healthInformation about prostate cancer Male lower urinary tract symptoms (LUTS) – FAQs Advice to patients requesting PSA measurement PSA measurements International Prostate Sym ...

Information about Catheters and Self Catheterisation

Information about Catheters and Self CatheterisationSuprapubic - Insertion ISC Female ISC Male Suprapubic - Care Male Suprapubic - Care Female

Women's Unit (Scarborough Hospital)

Women's UnitThe Women's Unit at Scarborough Hospital provides services to address a variety of gynaecological problems.  A mixture of nurse and consultant-led clinics are held in the department. ...

York palliative care services

Advance Care PlanningHere at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, we care about what is important to you.  Advance Care Planning is a process of thinking about and sharing your wishes for f ...

Understanding Advance Care Planning

Understanding advance care planningSo what is advance care planning? An advance care plan helps you to consider and record your future care wishes. No one is obliged to carry out advance care plan ...

Conversations with those who are important to you

Encouraging OthersSometimes you may find yourself reflecting on your life and thinking about the future. This can be at a major point in your life, such as the birth of a child, reaching a milestone b ...

Frequently asked questions about Advance Care Planning

Frequently Asked QuestionsWill my choices be guaranteed? No, but your choices will always be considered. Sometimes things can change unexpectedly, like resources not being available to meet a partic ...

I am ready to do my plan - Let's go!

My Advance Care PlanSo you feel ready to complete your plan, once this has been completed you will be given the option to download your copy. We recommend printing a number of copies; these can be kep ...

The NHS website

The NHS webssiteThe NHS website is the public website for health and the NHS in England. It provides a comprehensive health information service that puts you in control of your healthcare. The web ...

NHS e-Referral Service

Choose and BookWhat is NHS e-Referrals (formerly Choose and Book)? The NHS e-Referrals service allows you to decide which hospital or clinic you would like to attend when you need to see a specialis ...

Choose and Book referral forms

Choose and Book Referral FormsCardiology Palpitations referral form 1 Cardiology Palpitations referral form 2 Home Oxygen Assessment & Referral Form (Emis)

Research & Development

Research and DevelopmentResearch has led to better treatments for many conditions such as cancer, diabetes and stroke. We also have a better understanding of why some people get certain health problem ...

GP Hub

Welcome to the GP HubWelcome to York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s GP Hub. The information on these pages aims to keep GPs up-to-date with news and developments at the Trust as well ...

Order patient leaflets

How to order patient leaflets We have a wide range of patient leaflets which GPs may find useful.   Many of our patient leaflets are published on this website. To view our patient leaflets ...

Documentation for Care Homes

Documentation for Care HomesLong Term Conditions Kidney failure UTI Ischaemic heart disease, heart failure Stroke disease Type 2 diabetes Heart failure Inhaled therapy ...

Advance Care Planning

Advance Care PlanningAdvance Care Plan Professional Guide to Advance Care Plan  Please see our palliative care services pages for more information

Palliative Care

Palliative CareFast track discharge flowchart Fast track funding discharge checklist and leaflet Opioid dose conversion chart, syringe driver doses, rescue/prn doses and opioid patches Pal ...

Symptom control guidelines

Symptom Control GuidelinesThe Palliative Care Teams in York and Scarborough have decided to use the Scottish Palliative Care Guidelines aiming to provide an emergency resource for generalists out ...

DNA CPR information

DNA CPRClick here to access the DNA CPR form, to be used from 1 April 2014. You can read about the changes to the form here . For the regional and local booklet 'What happens if my heart stop ...

Nutrition and Dietetics information for GPs

These leaflets are for use by health professionals only Are you getting enough to eat? For patients with a poor appetite including guidance on improving dietary intake Dietary & Lifestyle A ...

Renal Information

Renal InformationConservative Care Emergency Care Plans for Long Term Conditions – Kidney Failure Conservative Care of Kidney Failure (GP letter) - Information for Health Professionals ...

GP Referral Information

Community Response Team Referral form Referral guide to localities Referral guide step by step

Single Point of Access for Health

Single Point of Access into Adult Community ServicesIn April 2014 Single Point of access into Adult community services (SPA), a new call centre service to support easier access into the Community Serv ...

Intrathecal device management

Intrathecal device managementClick on the links below to access the relevant documents: Operational plan for the management of intrathecal devices by community nurses Core care plan – intrath ...

Vale of York Clinical Summit 2017: Building the Future Together

Vale of York Clinical Summit: Building the Future TogetherFollowing the success of last year’s inaugural event, we are delighted to confirm that we will be hosting another summit in July. This yea ...

Shared Care Guidelines

Shared Care GuidelinesClick here to access the guidelines.

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MRSA

MRSAMRSA (sometimes referred to as the `superbug`) stands for Methicillin-Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus (MRSA). MRSA is a bacterium from the Staphylococcus Aureus family. About one in three of us c ...

C.Diff

Clostridium difficileClostridium difficile (often referred to as C. diff) is a bacterium that is present naturally in the gut of around 3% of adults and 66% of children. C. diff does not cause a ...

What is the trust doing?

What is the Trust doing?Infection prevention is a top priority for everyone at the Foundation Trust but we need everyone to recognise their responsibilities as staff, patients and visitors. Widesprea ...

Advice for patients

Hand hygieneAdvice for patients Many infections can be passed on by contact so we need the help of patients to prevent this. Cleaning hands is one of the most effective ways to prevent the spread of ...

Advice for visitors

Advice for visitorsBacteria are all around us in our everyday lives and can be found in your home, in the workplace and out in the community. In fact, the human body contains ten times more bacteria c ...

Norovirus

NorovirusNorovirus is part of a group of viruses that are the most common cause of gastroenteritis (upset stomach) in the UK. It is also called the 'winter vomiting virus' because people usually get i ...

Policies and guidelines

Infection Prevention and Control Policies and GuidelinesPlease click on the link below to access our policies: Clostridium Difficile guidelines Viral Haemorrhagic Fever updated Aug 201 ...

Patient information leaflets

Patient information leafletsGeneral Information Accessible Parking at York Hospital About the Consent Form Agreeing to clincial photography or video recording Confidentiality informatio ...

Anaesthetics

Leaflets about AnaestheticsAbout the anaesthetic for your hand operation Caudal Anaesthetic Epidural and Patient Controlled Analgesia (PCA) for pain relief after surgery General anaesthe ...

Anticoagulation

Anticoagulation Patient Information LeafletsAnti-embolism stockings Atrial Fibrillation and anticoagulants Anticoagulant treatment choice for Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT) Injectable anticoag ...

Audiology (hearing and balance)

Audiology (hearing and balance) Patient Information LeafletsAudiology hearing test results and mangement plan for adults and children Paediatric Hearing Aid passport for conductive or mixed hearin ...

Cancer Services

Patient Information Leaflets for Cancer ServicesThe Cancer Care Centre at York Hospital Information and support services for people affected by cancer The Magnolia Centre This leaflet prov ...

Dermatology

Dermatology Patient Information LeafletsLymphoedema of the lower limbs Managing your venous leg ulcer Patch TestingFor more information please visit our Dermatology Department page

Diabetes Management

Diabetes Management Patient Information LeafletsDiabetes and Hypoglycaemia For Adults with Type 1 Diabetes on a bolus insulin regime For Adults with Type 2 Diabetes taking medication - inclu ...

End of Life Care

End of Life Care Information for patients, relatives and carersAdvance Care Plan You can fill in the advance care plan as much, or as little as you like, it is up to you. Please share this plan w ...

Endoscopy Unit

Endoscopy Patient Information LeafletsHaving a Bronchoscopy Having a Capsule Endoscopy Having a Colonoscopy Having a Flexible Sigmoidoscopy Having a Rigid Sigmoidoscopy Having an E ...

Head and Neck Specialities

Patient Information Leaflets for Head and Neck Specialities Tongue Tie: Information for Parents and CarersHead and Neck Specialities

Maternity Patient Leaflets

Patient Information Leaflets for Maternity ServicesPregnancy Antenatal fetal anomaly screening and diagnosis Congratulations on your Pregnancy (Information about your pregnancy) Flu, you ...

Your Baby's Movements in Pregnancy

Your Baby's Movements in PregnancyFeeling your baby move is a sign that they are well This is a leaflet developed by Tommy's charity in partnership with NHS England You can view this leaflet in ...

Ophthalmology (Eye Care and Surgery)

Ophthalmology Patient Leaflets (Eye Care and Surgery information)Adults Eye Conditions Eye surgery/treatment Children Eye conditions and surgery/treatment

Cataract Patient leaflet

Cataract Surgery patient information leafletThings you need to know before you decide if cataract surgery is for you Contact details for Patients needing more information Introduction Decision ...

Cataract Surgery Contacts for patients needing more information

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet Contact information for patients needing more informationDepartment of Ophthalmology For more information, please contact: The Eye Clinic Tel: 01904 726 ...

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet Introduction

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet IntroductionThe purpose of this booklet is to inform you of the things you should consider before giving your consent for cataract surgery. The booklet h ...

Cataract surgery patient leaflet Decisions you will need to make at your cataract assessment clinic visit

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet Decisions you will need to make at your cataract assessment clinic visitYou have been given this booklet because you have been referred for an opinion on ...

Cataract Surgery patient leaflet Things to bring with you to the clinic

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet Things to bring with you to the clinicIf you received this booklet in advance of your clinic visit then you should take the opportunity to bring along the ...

Cataract Surgery Patient leaflet what is cataract surgery and what do I need to know?

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet What is cataract surgery and what do I need to Know?Cataract surgery removes your cloudy natural lens and replaces it with a clear plastic lens (a lens im ...

Cataract Surgery patient leaflet What are the intended benefits of cataract surgery?

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet What are the intended benefits of cataract surgery?Greater clarity of vision Some people also become less dependent on distance glassesNext Section: W ...

Cataract Surgery patient leaflet What are the possible complications during the operation?

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet What are the possible complications during the operation?In the vast majority of cases, the operation proceeds without complications. However, complicatio ...

Cataract Surgery patient leaflet What are the possible complications after my operation?

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet What are the possible complications after my operation?In the vast majority of cases, the eye recovers from surgery without complications. However, compli ...

Cataract Surgery patient leaflet How often do complications occur?

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet How often do complications occur?Estimated UK complication rates for an average risk cataract case, involving a complication resulting in permanent visual ...

Cataract Surgery patient leaflet Glasses after cataract surgery

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet Glasses after cataract surgeryMost people still need glasses after cataract surgery. The chance of not needing glasses after cataract surgery depends on m ...

Cataract Surgery patient leaflet Emergency Contact numbers

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet Emergency Contact NumbersThe York Hospital Eye Clinic Nurse: 01904 726758 First floor Eye Clinic/Eye Day Case Unit: 01904 726064 Scarborough Hospita ...

Cataract Surgery patient leaflet Dos and Don'ts after cataract surgery

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet "Dos and Don'ts" after cataract surgeryDo use your eye drops, but don’t rub your eye. Do wear your eye shield at night (if supplied). Do ask about ...

Cataract Surgery Hospital information

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet Hospital InformationTell us what you think We hope that you found this leaflet helpful. If you would like to tell us what you think, please contact  M ...

Cataract Surgery patient leaflet accessing different formats and languages

Cataract Surgery patient information leaflet How to access this information in different languages and formats.Please telephone or email if you require this information in a different language or for ...

Pharmacy and Medicines

Pharmacy and medicines Patient Information LeafletsAtrial Fibrillation and Anticoagulants Information about your medicines Injectable Anticoagulants Obtaining medications in an emergency i ...

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Patient Information LeafletsPelvic Floor Exercises Recovering from Major Abdominal Surgery Physiotherapy and exercise guide Taking care of your self in pregnancy Benefits o ...

Psychology

Psychology Department Patient Leaflets

Radiology

Radiology Patient Information LeafletsArteriogram and Endovascular Intervention Bone Biopsy Coronary Angiogram and Vascular Imaging Fibroid Embolisation Nuclear Medicine-Bone Scan ...

Renal Medicine

Renal Patient Information LeafletsAranesp (Darbepoetin) for renal anaemia A carer's guide to living with kidney failure Having a relative with kidney failure can affect everyone in the family, a ...

Rheumatology

Patient Information Leaflets for Rheumatology DepartmentFor more information please contact the Rheumatology Department

Sexual Health

Sexual Health Patient Information LeafletsYorSexualHealth Counselling Service Information Counselling Services in York and Selby Counselling Services in Northallerton, Harrogate and ScarboroughFo ...

Twiddlemuffs

Appeal for knitters to help with dementia projectWe are appealing for keen knitters to get involved in a new scheme to help patients with dementia. The project aims to create knitted inventions call ...

General Surgery and Urology

General Surgery and Urology Patient Information LeafletsUrology information Overactive Bladder- Information for patients, relatives and carers Botox (Botulinum toxin) for an overactive bladder ...

News & media

News and MediaOn these pages you can find all our latest press releases and newsletters. You can also find out how to contact the Communications Team , make a media enquiry or filming request, ...

Communications Team

Communications TeamThe Trust's Communications Team manage all media enquiries and requests for filming and photography. The team is also responsible for all internal communications including the p ...

Filming requests

Filming requestsAll requests for filming and photography on any of our hospital sites must be made in advance through the communications team. We reserve the right to decline requests which conflict ...

Condition check guidance

Condition check guidanceIn order to protect patient confidentiality we can only give out a condition check for a patient if we are given the name, date-of-birth and address of the patient and have th ...

Freedom of Information

Freedom of InformationUnder the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) 2000, you have the right to see information held by public authorities, including NHS organisations. The Act allows access to recorded ...

Newsletters

NewslettersStaff Matters is the internal newsletter for York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The 12-page newsletter is produced monthly by the Communications Team and is distributed to nea ...

Videos / Podcasts

Videos and PodcastsTo view our latest videos and podcasts click on the link below to be taken to our You Tube channel.

Social media links

Social media linksYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust - Staff benefits York Teaching Hospital Charity York Teaching Hospital NHS Found ...

Work with us

 Work with usThe Trust employs over 8,500 members of staff, on full or part time, permanent and fixed term contracts.  We also have a number of different ‘banks’ of staff who work on an as requi ...

The Rota Co-ordination team

The Rota Co-ordination TeamThe Rota Co-ordination team are a service provider at the forefront of the Medical workforce. Operating over two main sites, the team regularly liaise with multiple staff g ...

Rotas

RotasPlease click on the appropriate specialty below Anaesthetics Scarborough    Emergency Medicine York Scarborough Tier 1   Scarborough Tier 2   Scar ...

Vacancies

Vacancies Click here to view our jobs page

Nurse Recruitment

Nurse RecruitmentAre you a nurse who cares with pride? Then we want to hear from you. We are looking for nurses to join York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to help us deliver safe, effective ...

Overseas Nurse Recruitment

Nurse Recruitment - Scarborough HospitalNurse recruitment at Scarborough Hospital Thank you for your interest in our hospital, we are delighted that you are taking the time to consider developing you ...

Applying for jobs

Applying For JobsWhether you need some advice on your application form, would you like some tips on best interview practice or would just like to find out more information about our Recruitment initia ...

Application Advice

Application Form Hints and TipsA job application form is your chance to show us that you're perfectly suited to the role you are applying for within our Trust and deserve to be shortlisted for an int ...

Interview Advice

Interview Hints and TipsIf your application has been shortlisted, you've cleared a very significant hurdle - you have the recruiting manager's interest! Typically, the next step for shortlisted candid ...

Nurse Recruitment

We regularly recruit both highly motivated qualified and newly qualified nurses across a number of different departments within our organisation – so you do not need to wait until you graduate to a ...

Healthcare Assistant Recruitment

Healthcare assistants work in hospital or community settings, such as GP surgeries, under the guidance of a qualified healthcare professional. The role can be varied depending upon the healthcare sett ...

Assessment Centres

Assessment CentresAt York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust we use values based Assessment Centres as part of the recruitment process for our senior positions. As an organisation we believe that ...

On-boarding

We're nearly ready for you to join us!We're delighted that you're going to be joining us soon. If you have any queries about any of the arrangements for the start of your employment, please do cont ...

Nursing - On-boarding

We're nearly ready for you to join us!We're delighted that you're going to be joining us soon. In preparation for your start date, and knowing that people like to take on board information before th ...

Doctors and Dentists in training

Doctors and Dentists in TrainingIf you are joining us under the Terms and Conditions of Service for NHS doctors and dentists in training (England) 2016 (the ‘TCS), you will be contacted by the Medic ...

Our area

Our AreaOne of the great benefits of coming to work for our Trust is the opportunity to live in York, North Yorkshire or the North East Yorkshire Coast. York is internationally renowned for its bea ...

Core Patient Database

Core patient databaseClick here to access online training

About us

Why York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust?York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is a large and successful organisation. We provide a comprehensive range of acute hospital and specialist he ...

Other opportunities

Other OpportunitiesThere are a host of other opportunities available at the Trust. From apprenticeships and work experience to volunteering. Visit the pages below for more information.   Appr ...

Apprenticeships

Apprenticeships at the TrustApprenticeships provide routes into a variety of careers and offer the opportunity to earn, learn and achieve nationally recognised qualifications at the same time.  They ...

Business Administration Apprentice

Business Administration ApprenticeRachel King Admin Apprentice (Recruitment Department) I decided to join the Trust as an Admin Apprentice after I'd come to realise, whilst applying for Admin roles, ...

Higher apprenticeship in accountancy

Higher Apprenticeship in AccountancyLaura Baren Higher Apprenticeship in Accountancy How did you get onto the apprenticeship? Laura was at college undertaking accountancy qualifications having unde ...

Apprentice Medical Laboratory Assistant

Emma Field age 20 and Adam Speck age 17 Intermediate Laboratory Assistance (clinical analysis) through York College Why did you choose to do apprenticeships? Adam - Adam was at 6 th form doing A l ...

Business and Administration Apprentice (Procurement Department)

Business and Administration Apprentice (Procurement Department)Who am I? Hi, I’m Rachel. Before I joined the Trust, I was still in education at college but also a part-time job at an opticians. Pre ...

Bank Staff

Bank StaffNurse Bank (including Midwifery) We frequently advertise using NHS Jobs for bank only Staff Nurses, HCA’s and Midwives, please keep checking for new adverts. If you are a specialist nurs ...

HCAs

HCA RecruitmentAre you interested in becoming a Health Care Assistant? Do you have a desire to deliver first class patient care? Are you compassionate, reliable, motivated and ready for a challenge? ...

Therapies

Working in therapiesThe therapy services across York and Scarborough are at the front of improving patient independence and contributing to service improvements. We want our new graduates to feel in ...

Ben - Senior Physiotherapist

Ben - Senior Physiotherapist, Scarborough Hospital“I qualified as a Physiotherapist in 2006. Two of my clinical placements I completed as part of my undergraduate training were at Scarborough Hospi ...

Karl - Senior Musculo-skeletal Physiotherapist

Karl - Senior Musculo-skeletal Physiotherapist, York HospitalKarl made the move from the North East to York and now works at York Hospital. “I studied at York St John University and managed to obta ...

Neal - Physiotherapist

Neal – Physiotherapist, Scarborough Hospital“I initially worked for the Trust in York as a physiotherapy assistant. During this time I built good links with the management team and other members o ...

Rhianna - Physiotherapist

Rhianna – Physiotherapist, York Hospital“I moved to York for my first job after university; I had accepted a job somewhere else, but fell in love with York walking around it after my interview ! ...

Volunteering

VolunteeringThere are currently around 300 volunteers working for and with the Trust, either directly or through partner organisations.  Volunteers fulfil a variety of roles but their purpose is al ...

Volunteering Opportunities

Volunteering OpportunitiesVolunteers fulfil a variety of roles with the purpose of enhancing patient experience.  Although volunteers do not perform any clinical roles, they are able to get some hand ...

Volunteer Application Form

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Work Experience

Work ExperienceA number of areas throughout our organisation continue to provide placements to students and these placements are arranged via contacts with local universities and higher education es ...

York GP Training Scheme

GP Training SchemeThe York GP Training Scheme has been running for over 30 years, being one of the original British training schemes, and so it has a wealth of experience to offer aspiring young Gener ...

Undergraduate Pharmacy Summer Student

Undergraduate Pharmacy Summer Student Summer 2017 recruitment now closedIf you are a pharmacy undergraduate student who is currently enrolled on a MPharm degree programme and currently in 3rd ...

Useful links

 Useful LinksNational NHS Websites NHS Jobs - Dedicated online recruitment service for the NHS. NHS Careers - Information about the huge range of career opportunities with the NHS. NHS E ...

The Recruitment Team

The Recruitment TeamThe Recruitment Team provide a service that ensures the Trust recruits the highest calibre of staff possible in a timely and efficient manner, which in turn helps the Trust to prov ...

Contact details/office hours

Contact usThe Trust has two HR offices. Our York offices are located between the York Hospital and Bootham Park Hospital sites. Human Resources Office 2nd Floor, Park House Bridge Lane York YO31 8ZZ ...

Shortlisted candidates

Shortlisted candidatesCongratulations on being shortlisted for interview. We look forward to meeting you to discuss your suitability for the position for which you have applied. Below we have include ...

Interview expenses

Interview expensesCandidates for medical positions at the hospital will have been provided with information relating to expenses in their invitation to assessment centre and/or interview. To make a ...

Who we are

The Recruitment TeamWe are a small team, committed to providing the highest levels of recruitment practice and recruiting the best possible candidates to many different positions within our organisati ...

Recruitment voice

Recruitment Voice - the blog from the recruitment team7 July 2016  Direct contact with applicants can make all the difference by Will Thornton, Recruitment Manager  We all know that recruitment i ...

Information for applicants

Information for applicantsBasic outline of the process Payscales Tips on completing the application form Pre-employment checks Interview tips Assessment Centre information ...

Basic outline of the process

Basic outline of the recruitment process The below information provides applicants with a simple breakdown of the process by which our Trust recruits to vacancies. Vacancies which have been approv ...

Payscales

PayscalesClick here for the table which sets out the pay spine for staff. In each instance, the figures shown are for a full-time member of staff, with the amount being adjusted pro-rata for those wo ...

Tips on completing the application form

Tips for applicantsApplication form Before completing an application form for one of our vacancies, you should ensure that, as far as is reasonably possible, you have understood the role in which you ...

Pre-employment checks

Pre-employment checksIf you are invited to interview for a position (either paid or voluntary) with York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, you will be asked to complete and provide a number of i ...

Interview tips

Tips for applicantsComing for interview If your application has been shortlisted, you've cleared a very significant hurdle - you have the recruiting manager's interest. It's now time to give the next ...

Assessment Centre information

Assessment CentresAt York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust we use values based Assessment Centres as part of the recruitment process for our senior positions. We believe Assessment Centres are ...

FAQs

FAQsWhere can I find details of your current vacancies? Please visit the Current Vacancies section of our Recruitment pages for details of all vacancies. How can I find out more about the t ...

HCA starter pack

Health Care Assistant Starter PackHealth Care Assistant starter pack

HYMS

 Hull York Medical School (HYMS)A different kind of medicial school Hull York Medical School is the joint medical school of the Universities of Hull and York.  It was established in 2003 - combini ...

Practice Education Team

Practice Education TeamNon-Medical Healthcare Professional students York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust works with Universities to support practice experiences for students on professiona ...

Staff Benefits and Wellbeing

Staff BenefitsOccasionally partners may increase or decrease the offer value, in which case the discount on our website may be incorrect. We try to ensure the data provided is accurate and up to date, ...

About your Staff Benefits

About your Staff BenefitsClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Staff Benefits Team

Staff Benefits TeamYou can contact the Staff Benefits Team on 01904 721170 or 01723 385262 or email them at staffbenefits@york.nhs.uk . To keep up-to-date on Staff Benefits latest offers see the 'l ...

Staff Benefits Committee

Staff Benefits CommitteeThe Staff Benefits Committee comprises of staff representatives who provide a representation of the views of staff in relation to the flexible and voluntary benefits offered t ...

Staff Shops

Staff ShopsThe shops cater for a busy workforce, stocking a range of products at competitive prices. Every day items such as milk, tea and coffee can be purchased with a varied selection of consumabl ...

Retirement Benefits

Retirement BenefitsStaff Benefits - Savings for Retired Staff Retired staff can continue to enjoy a number of staff benefits, these include purchases from the staff shops based in York Hospital a ...

Total Rewards Statement

Total Rewards Statement (TRS)Have you ever wondered what the total value of your salary and benefits package as a Trust employee is worth?  Your Total Rewards Statement provides details of your sa ...

The Hub Ellerby's

The Hub, Ellerby'sThrough the development of the staff restaurant, Staff Benefits have a secured a room 'The Hub' that can be used by staff and external customers to promote the health and wellbeing o ...

Childcare

ChildcareClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Childcare Vouchers

Childcare VouchersChildcare Vouchers are still available until September 2018   If you are already in the scheme you are able to manage your vouchers online at www.childcarevouchers.co.uk If ...

Onsite Nursery

Onsite NurseryScarborough Hospital on-site nursery Kinder Place Nursery www.kinderplace.co.uk 01723 342425 The nursery operates 5 days a week providing services from 7am until 6pm. The maximum ca ...

Nursery Offers

Nursery OffersThe following businesses offer discounts to staff with a valid NHS ID badge: Nurseries York Clifton Day Nursery , 01904 674000 clifton.nursery@btinternet.com  - 10% disco ...

Other Information

Other InformationTalk to us about making your childcare cheaper York’s Family Information Service (FIS) is urging parents to get in touch to talk about ways to cut their childcare bill. Childcar ...

Health and Beauty

Health and BeautyClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Oniste Massage

Onsite MassageYork - Workplace Seated Massage A 20 minute session for £6.00 for staff This treatment is suitable for most people, with the exception of ladies who are pregnant or who are trying ...

Subsidised Complementary Therapies

Subsidised Complementary TherapiesComplimentary Therapies Staff Benefits have arranged for several companies to offer staff subsidised treatment. They are subsidised by £9 per session from the Staf ...

Podiatry

PodiatryStaff Podiatry Service Podiatrists are health care professionals who are qualified to prevent, diagnose, treat and rehabilitate abnormal conditions of the feet and lower limbs. They also  ...

Latest Offers

Latest OffersThe following businesses offer discounts to staff with a valid NHS ID card: Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) Health Assured, our EAP, offers free 24 hour advice and counsell ...

Staff Lottery

Staff LotteryClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

About the Lottery

About the Staff LotteryAll employees are invited to participate in the monthly Staff Lottery and have the opportunity to win cash prizes and other fantastic prizes. You can buy from 1 to 10 number ...

Application Form

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Lottery Rules

Lottery Rules1. The lottery is run as a small society lottery under the terms of the Gambling Act 2005.The Trust through appropriate mechanisms regulates the conduct of the Lottery. 2. Entry to the ...

Prizes and Draw Dates

Prizes and Draw DatesClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Previous Winners

Previous Winners Lists January 2019 February 2019 March 2019 April 2019 May 2019Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Stories

Staff Lottery Stories2015 - Winner of a car The lottery was drawn at the Staff Benefits & Wellbeing fair on 17 June  2015 and Fiona Skelton physiotherapist from Selby Hospital was drawn as the winne ...

Fitness

FitnessClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Onsite Gym

Onsite GymScarborough Hospital has an onsite gym which is available to staff and their family members and is open 24/7, 365 days a year. The gym is located opposite the south entrance , Woodlands ...

Onsite Classes

Onsite ClassesThere are several classes available and are suitable for all levels of fitness . So why don't you come along and try one out.... York Hospital All sessions are in the Physio Gym ...

Coporate Club Memberships

Corporate Club MembershipsWe have negotiated corporate rates at the following centre's. Don't forget your ID badge when joining.   Millfield Fittness 01904 593481 - corporate membership d ...

Cyclescheme

CycleschemeCycle to Work Scheme This year we have teamed up with Halfords to bring you a new cycle to work scheme! You can spend a maximum of £1000 on a new bike and accessories through salary sa ...

Cycling promotions and activities

Cycling activities and promotions in York Below is a list of activities and promotions at York Hospital over the next few months. There is something for everyone whether you’re an experienced ...

Cycling testimonials

Why we love cyclingBrian Golding – Director of Estates and Facilities The Council have introduced a Park and Pedal scheme at York’s Park and Ride sites which allows drivers to park for ...

Walking Maps

Walking MapsRegular walking can improve confidence, stamina and energy, and help control your weight. It can also keep your heart strong and reduce the risk of coronary heart disease, strokes, diabete ...

Sports Team Grant

Sports Team GrantTo find out more about the Sports Grants please click here .Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Sports Team Grant

Sports Team GrantTo find out more about the Sports Grants please click here .Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Sports Clubs

Sports ClubsThe Trust helps support several Sports clubs via the Sports Club Grant. To join any of the clubs please contact the club directly. Comprehensive listing of all clubs in York and surroun ...

Wellbeing Team

WellbeingClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

About us

About UsAbout Us The Wellbeing Team is part of the Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service. We know that our staff are our greatest asset. Our role is to provide the environment and the opport ...

Health Programmes

Health ProgrammesEmployee Assistance Programme (EAP) Our EAP (Health Assured) offers free 24 hour advice and counselling to employees of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, 7 days a week, ...

Mindfulness

Courses in York and North Yorkshire from the Northern Centre for Mindfulness and Compassion“More Curiosity than Fear” * We are delighted to announce the launch of a brand new mindfulness c ...

Events

EventsDiscounted Mindfulness sessions For those who wish to go on to learn mindfulness, Staff Benefits and the Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service have secured a 20 percent discount on eight ...

Information

InformationMental Health Five steps to wellbeing - caring for you  Good mental wellbeing is just as important as good physical wellbeing.  Just like the 'five a day' foods, evidence suggests t ...

Personal Finance

Personal FinanceClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Staff Saving Club

Staff Saving ClubStaff are able to save on a regular monthly basis direct form salary with the Leeds City Credit Union via salary deduction. Click here to open an account or Contact LCCU directly f ...

Financial Health Programme

Financial Health ProgrammeStaff Benefits offer a wide range of health and wellbeing  initiatives that we hope will have a positive impact on yours and your families physical and mental health. ...

Professional Services

Professional ServicesBelvoir! York - 10% discount of all fees Ben Faulkes & Co Estate Agents in York -  20% discount on selling fees Crombie Wilkinson’s Solicitors .   12.5% discount on ...

Latest Offers

Latest OffersUnison Benevolent Fund - available to all members https://www.unison.org.uk/get-help/services-support/there-for-you/ Unite Benevolent Fund - available to all members http://www.unit ...

Holiday Club

Holiday ClubClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Holidays

HolidaysThe following organisations offer discounts to staff with a valid discount code or NHS ID badge: Hays Travel - 10% discount .Terms and conditions apply. York Store only Thomas Coo ...

UK Breaks

UK BreaksThe following organisations offer discounts to staff with a valid discount code or NHS ID badge: Thorpe Park Hotel and Spa   Enjoy an overnight stay for 2 people including full brea ...

Airport Parking

Airport ParkingUK Airport Car Parks offer discounts to NHS staff such as 5% of all airport parking, airport hotels and airport lounge products as well as 20% off all travel insurance products. Click ...

Days and Nights Out

Days and Nights OutClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Eating Out

Eating OutThe following businesses offer discounts to staff with a valid NHS ID card: Individual T's & C's apply and can change without notification.   York Bloom Bakers -20% ...

Retail

RetailThe following businesses offer discounts to staff with a valid NHS ID card: National Costco , wholesale - individual membership £30 a year including a free spouse card www.banana- ...

Theme Parks and Attractions

Theme Parks and AttractionsThe following attractions offer discounts to staff with a valid NHS ID card:   SEA LIFE Scarborough 50% Discount with ID Badge  at venue (maximum of 5 people). ...

Cinemas and Theatres

Cinemas and TheatresTheatres York Theatre Royal - Discount Vouchers available from the staff shop York The Grand Opera House York - Discount for badge holder only dependant on show Stephe ...

Houses, Gardens and Parkland

Houses, Gardens and ParklandHouses Castle Howard -15% discount with ID badge ( badge holder only) only valid on house and garden combined entry Ripley Castle Various discounts throughout the y ...

Concerts

ConcertsThis page is currently under construction.Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Beach Huts

Beach HutsThe beach huts are no longer available to rent due to the company that owns them selling them. If you have already booked for 2017 please take your confirmation to either Staff Shop Scarbo ...

Other Offers

Other OffersBrewtown - Yorkshire Brewery Tours- 10% discount with ID badge use code NHSYORK10 Uniquely Local - Unique gift experience 10% discount UL-GV-NHS10 Radisson Blu Durham- £89 B & B ...

Travel and Transport

Travel and TransportClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Car Lease Scheme

Car Lease SchemeThe NHS car lease scheme is open to all permanent members of staff and is designed to provide you and your family with competitively priced and hassle free motoring. There is no deposi ...

Bus Tickets

Bus TicketsBus Passes    The following Bus passes are subsidised by the Trust.   Available from The Staff Shop York As from the 31st December 2018 you will no longer be able to get a ...

Annual Rail Loan Scheme

Annual Rail Loan SchemeStaff can apply for funding for a yearly rail travel ticket and pay back the cost through their monthly salary over a 12 month period. Please note this is not salary sacrifice ...

Motoring Services

Motoring ServicesThe following businesses offer discounts to staff with a valid NHS ID card: York The Garage Tyre and Autocare  , Layerthorpe York 10% discount on all services AES Car Garag ...

Cyclescheme

Cycle2Work Scheme The Trust offers staff the chance to purchase cycles through a salary sacrifice scheme.  The scheme allows you to make tax and National Insurance savings on the purchase of a bik ...

Latest Offers

Latest OffersGet Cycling - 10% discount on bikes, parts and accessories (excluding Cyclescheme sales and Pashley bikes) Fleetways Taxis - 10% discount Yorkcar s - 10% discount only when booked ...

Accommodation

Accommodation

For Sale

For Sale3 / 4 bedroom house in quiet cul de sac location in Haxby.   Private rear garden over looking Westfield (Millennium) Wood. Offers in region of £399,000. Please click on link for more d ...

For Rent

For Rent Do you have a room, flat or house to let? - You can advertise it here Click here to contact Staff Benefits to advertise your letting on this page with details and photos of your propert ...

Funded Projects and Courses

Funded Projects and CoursesClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

All Grants

All GrantsYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is committed to investing Staff Lottery funds for staff. Our workforce continues to be our most vital resource. Maintaining and improving their he ...

Non Job Related Funding

Non Job Related FundingNone Job Related Course Funding The non job related course funding encourages staff to challenge their minds and develop new skills. This might mean getting to grips with a f ...

Sports Grants

Sports GrantsThe Sports Grants have been set up to help support staff who would like to participate in a sporting activity with their work colleagues. The grant could be used to purchase team kits or ...

Physical Activity Grant

Physical Activity GrantThe Physical activity grant is available to all staff that wish to take up a new activity. You may wish to buy a yoga matt or other specialised equipment or just off set the co ...

Work Related Learning Grant

Work Related Working GrantWork Related Learning Grant Is now no longer available.Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Home and Garden

Home and GardenClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Home

HomeThe following businesses offer discounts to staff with a valid NHS ID card: York Home Sweet Clean Home - 10% discount of hourly rate. Fully insured. Areas covered York, Tadcaster, she ...

Garden

GardenThe following businesses offer discounts to staff with a valid NHS ID card: JP Services Contractors Ltd  - 10% discount NR Lowes Building Services, paving, driveways and patios - 10% di ...

Events

EventsClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Fairs and Road Shows

Fairs and RoadshowsClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Other Events

Other EventsThis page is currently under construction.Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Calendar Competition

Staff Benefits 2019 Calendar Competition The Competition The Staff Benefits Calendar Competition is back!   In the 70 th year of the NHS we want to celebrate the diversity of our workforce wi ...

Desk Calendar

Desk CalendarEach Year Staff benefits provide a Desk Calendar for Staff full of great information and important dates for your diary. Should you not have a desk you can access the calendar here.Click ...

Directory

Directory Click here to view this year's directory.Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Photos

PhotosThis page is currently under construction.Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Other

OtherCompetitions Staff Benefits July Crossword Other Publications Wellbeing Plus magazine - Spring 2016 edition Cycle commuter magazineClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Salary Sacrifices

Salary SacrificesClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Guidance

GuidanceSalary Sacrifice is where an employee chooses to give up part of their salary for a given period of time in return for a benefit provided by the employer, the value of which is exempt from Ta ...

Childcare Vouchers

Childcare VouchersFor more information on salary sacrifice for childcare vouchers please click here .Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Car Lease Scheme

Car Lease SchemeFor more information on the salary sacrifice car lease scheme please click here .Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Cyclescheme

CycleschemeFor more information on the salary sacrifice Cyclescheme please click here.Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Buying and Selling of Annual Leave

Buying and Selling of Annual LeaveAll employees receive paid annual leave as set out in their contract of employment. The Buying and Selling Annual Leave Scheme allows employees the flexibility to alt ...

Home Technology

Home TechnologyThis scheme is no longer runningClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Park and Save

Park and SaveThis page is currently under construction.Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Other

OtherThis page is currently under construction.Click here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Pets corner

Pets CornerClick here to return to the main Staff Benefits menu.

Latest offers

Latest OffersLatest offers for all your pets needs Happy Hounds Pets Services - 10% discount . Happyhoundspetservice@hotmail.com - 07835 889731 or 07745968055 Mane Movers - 10% discount o ...

Procurement and Suppliers

Procurement and SuppliersProcurement plays a key role in supporting the delivery of high quality patient care whilst ensuring value for money is achieved. High quality procurement is an important co ...

Careers and Training

 Careers and TrainingCareers The jobs we have on offer will be published on the vacancies section of this website.  We offer rewarding careers in a number of disciplines including, Receipt & Di ...

Training and development

Training and DevelopmentThe NHS Skills Development Network The network operates across NHS organisations in England. Its remit is to provide the infrastructure for improving leadership and profess ...

Practice Learning Facilitators

Practice EducationClick on the links below for more information. Practice Learning Facilitators Health Education Yorkshire and the Humber PebblePad Contact details Useful links

Practice Learning Facilitators

What is a Practice Learning Facilitator?We are a team of healthcare professionals who have varied and extensive knowledge, skills and experience in health and healthcare education . We are funded b ...

Contact details

Contact detailsSophie Combes Practice Learning Facilitator Allendale Room Groves Chapel Union Terrace YORK YO31 7WS Email: sophie.combes@york.nhs.uk Telephone: 01904 (72)5222 The New Selby W ...

PebblePad

The changing faces of PebblePadPebblePad is the electronic portfolio solution where the BSc (Hons) Nursing and MNursingprogramme students at the University of York record their learning, achievements ...

Useful links

Useful linkswww.healthcareplacements.co.uk to access the Yorkshire and the Humber Practice Placement Quality Assurance (PPQA) website. www.yhcoursefinder.co.uk to access Health Education Yorkshir ...

Corporate Learning and Development

Corporate Learning & Development (CLaD)A brief overview  The Corporate Learning and Development team is the main access point for the majority of corporate statutory, mandatory and general training ...

Statutory & Essential Training

Statutory and essential trainingSpring/Summer 2014 will bring the arrival of the 'Learning Hub' which will be York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s new learning management system and has be ...

In-House Courses

In-House CoursesAppraisal Training Bladder and Bowel Health Continence Assessments, Treatment and Management Catheterisation Master Class Catheterisation Update Controlling Risk & Deterrin ...

Support Staff Learning and Development Funding

Support Staff Learning and Development FundingWhat is it? Support staff funding is money that the Trust receives from Health Education Yorkshire & Humber to spend on developing the work-based skills ...

Evaluation

EvaluationIf you have attended any Statutory & Mandatory or in-house training, the Corporate Learning and Development team would like to hear from you via our online Survey Monkey Questionnaires. We w ...

Incremental Progression Form

Incremental Progression Form - to be completed by managersThis form is to be completed by managers to confirm that their employees have met the pay progression criteria and will progress to the next i ...

Leaver's questionnaire

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Junior Doctors - new starter information

New DoctorsNew starter documents Previous employment/referee details (changeover only) Pre-employment checklist Employment declaration (DBS) Code of conduct Car parking applicatio ...

Macmillan Nurses

 Macmillan NursesJanuary 2017 Newsletter April 2017 Newsletter July 2017 Newsletter

Get involved

How to get involved with your local hospitalThere are many ways in which you can get involved with the Trust and your local hospital. They include: Becoming a Governor Becoming a Member ...

Membership

MembershipMembership is an opportunity to support and participate in the ownership of your local hospital. It is also an opportunity to contribute to and influence future plans and service develop ...

How to become a member

How to Become a MemberYou can register to become a public member of our Trust by completing our online application form . Following receipt of your application, we will confirm your membership ...

Membership FAQs

Membership FAQsWhy is a Foundation Trust different? An NHS Foundation Trust can now manage their own budgets and  shape services to reflect local needs and priorities. Foundation Trusts are stil ...

Member events

Member EventsWe have recently launched a range of events exclusive to our members. Please click on the links below for more information and to book your place. If you're not currently a member of our ...

Members: New Energy Centre, Scarborough Hospital

Energy Centre, Scarborough HospitalThursday 23 March marks NHS Sustainability Day, the perfect occasion to celebrate the official opening of the refurbished Energy Centre at Scarborough Hospit ...

Members: Research and why we do it

Research and why we do it  Clinical Research is an important part of what we do at our hospitals, and we currently have hundreds of research projects running. The Research and Development (R&D) depa ...

Members: New diagnostic centre, Malton Hospital

New diagnostic centre at Malton HospitalA new Urology One Stop Clinic was officially opened at Malton Community Hospital today (26 January 2017). The new One Stop Clinic, which was official ...

Members: End of Life Care Presentation

End of Life Care PresentationDeath and dying are inevitable. Palliative and end of life care must be a priority. The quality and accessibility of this care will affect all of us and it must be made ...

Member events feedback

Member Events FeedbackBasic CPR Training Sessions "Just wanted to say a huge thank you for tonight's session which made a serious subject enjoyable and therefore understandable." - Yvonne, York "Lin ...

Thank you - booking reply

Member EventsThank you, your form has been submitted and a member of the Communications team will be in touch shortly to confirm your reservation.

York Teaching Hospital Charity

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Who we are

York Teaching Hospital Charity cares for your local hospitals from York to the Yorkshire Coast. With your help we can fund the extras to improve your healthcare facilities above and beyond the NHS m ...

Meet the Team

 Meet the Fundraising Team...  Lucy Clegg, Fundraising Manager Lucy is the newest member of the team and joined the charity in February 2017 with 10 years experience in fundraising for local ...

How to donate

Thank you for choosing to make a donation.   Donate online Click below to use our JustGiving Page for an easy online donation. Pay an event registration fee or make a regular gift W ...

Giving in memory

Giving in memory is a special way to remember a loved one whilst also making a really valuable contribution to your local hospital, helping to care for patients and future generations.  Whether ...

Make a Difference

 There are lots of different ways you can help make a real difference in our hospitals from raising money at your place of work, hosting your own fundraising event or giving the gift of your time by ...

Fundraising Registration form

Thank you for choosing to fundraise for York Teaching Hospital Charity.  Thanks to your support, we are able to fund the extras to improve your healthcare facilities, above and beyond the NHS, help ...

Fundraising ideas

Raise money for our hospitals! Fundraising with your friends, family and colleagues is a great way to support patients in our hospitals and it can be lots of fun too! Whether it’s organising a  ...

Challenge events

Challenge EventsEver dreamt of trekking to the top of Kilimanjaro or even to Everest Base Camp in Nepal? Or does the thought of challenging yourself to cycle from London to Paris or trek the Inca Trai ...

A-Z of Fundraising

A-Z of FundraisingA Abseil, assault course, arm wrestle, antiques fair, auction B Bungee jump, bingo, BBQ, bowling, bush tucker trial, bed push, barn dance, balloon race, book sale, ball, battle o ...

Running events

Taking part in a running event is a great way to get fit whilst also supporting your local hospital! York Teaching Hospital Charity have places in both the York 10k and the Great North Run and would ...

Skydiving

York Teaching Hospital Charity is calling all daredevils to take on the challenge of a lifetime and jump out of a plane for help raise money to enhance and support the care provided in our hospitals. ...

Organise your own event

Organise your own eventThis section will give you lots of tips, ideas and advice about organising your fundraising event. We have also produced some downloadable documents that you can save or print o ...

Top tips to make your fundraising easier

Top tips to make your fundraising easier Organising your event Figure out the who, the where and the what. What kind of event do you want to organise, who will you be inviting and where will it t ...

Volunteering for YTHC

  Volunteer with York Teaching Hospital Charity and help make a difference in your local community! We have various volunteer roles available depending on what you're interested in doing and how ...

Latest News & Events

Newsletters You can read our latest newsletter below: Autumn 2018 Sign up to our e-newsletter by clicking here .                      Take part in one of ...

Philip Wiseman exhibition in York Hospital

Philip Wiseman exhibition in York HospitalA Philip Wiseman Art Exhibition that is currently on display at York Hospital is not only offering patients and visitors an opportunity to escape to some beau ...

RAF Linton on Ouse support St Monica's Hospital

RAF Linton on Ouse donate £600 to St Monica's Hospital

North Cliff Golf Club

North Cliff Golf Club raises £650 for the SCBU at Scarborough HospitalThank you to Barry Poynter who chose the Special Care Baby Unit at Scarborough Hospital as North Cliff Golf Club's Charity of the ...

Snowdrop Opening

Official Snowdrop Suite OpeningJuly saw the official opening of The Snowdrop Suite at Scarborough Hospital which was funded by The Snowdrop Appeal. The suite was opened by Judith Abela, Acting Chief ...

New Unit for Cardio Respiratory Team at Scarborough Hospital

New Cardio-Respiratory Unit for Scarborough HospitalThanks to our supporters and Scarborough Hospital League of Friends, patients from across the Scarborough area now have access to a first class Card ...

New scopes for Scarborough Urology Unit

New scopes purchased for Scarborough Hospital Urology UnitTwice as many patients with kidney stones will now be treated at Scarborough Hospital thanks to the generosity of our donors. York Teaching ...

Fundraising in your school

Fundraising in your school  There are lots of fun and creative ways your school can support York Teaching Hospital Charity whether it’s hosting your own fundraising event or activity or choosing ...

Fundraising Groups

 Our Fundraising Groups are a collection of family, friends or people from the same community who come together to raise money and awareness for our hospital services.  We are always ke ...

Where your donations are spent

Where your donations are spent...Recent purchases... We have recently purchased two new digital flexible ureterorenoscopes costing £55,000 for the Scarborough Hospital Urology Unit. This has all ...

Ward 37

Ward 37, York HospitalThis year Ward 37 will open a Dementia Café – a café on the ward open to patients, their visitors, and staff. The concept of the cafe is to help improve the overall wellbeing ...

Dementia Appeal

 Help us to raise £200,000 to provide a better experience for patients living with dementia during their time spent in our hospitals. It is estimated that 850,000 people are living with dementi ...

Put Your Kettle On

This Summer, 'Put Your Kettle On' for York Teaching Hospital Charity and help raise money for our Dementia Appeal. It's a perfect opportunity to catch up with friends, family and colleagues whilst r ...

Dementia Appeal volunteering

Bucket collections - Get involved!We're on the lookout for volunteers to help out at the following bucket collections to raise lots of pennies for our Dementia Appeal. Sunday 10 September 2017 - Te ...

What we already do?

What care is currently provided for dementia patients?As a Trust, the dementia care team are really proud of what they have achieved. The hospitals' offer additional care where needed and collaborate ...

Dementia Wish List

The Dementia Appeal Wish ListThe Wish List was devised by ward based staff and the dementia lead for YTH NHS FT 100 x Calendar clocks  which clearly state the time, day and date which can avoid co ...

My Round Pound

Collect your old round pound coinsTo celebrate the launch of our Dementia Appeal and the introduction of the new 12-sided pound coins, we'd love everyone to collect your old pound coins to help raise ...

Business Partnerships

York Teaching Hospital Charity, caring for your local hospitals from York to the Yorkshire Coast. This would not be possible without our partnerships with local businesses. Through your support, we ...

Sponsorship opportunities

Sponsorship OpportunitiesNew for 2018, we are currently developing plans for a recognition wall in York Hospital.  This will give our corporate supporters an excellent and unique opportunity to be ...

Chosen Charity

Working with us as a Chosen Charity is one of the best ways to support our hospitals and community services. Your staff and customers can work together for a common aim, whilst feeling proud to be in ...

Employee Fundraising

 Employee FundraisingThere are lots of ways your business and employees can get involved with our charity through fundraising, these include:  Personal or team challenges . We can support a ra ...

Employee Fundraising

There are lots of ways your business and employees can get involved with our charity through fundraising, these include:  Personal or team challenges -  We can support you with a range of cha ...

SCBU Christmas Toddle

SCBU Christmas Toddle- Saturday 8 December Scarborough Spa to North Bay Railway                Its back! The Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) Christmas Toddle in Scarborough ...

Appeals

AppealsOn this page you can find out about our latest fundraising appeals. At present we are only running one appeal, please click on the link below to find out more. The Snowdrop Appeal

The Snowdrop Appeal

The Snowdrop Appeal hits the targetCreating maternity bereavement facilities at Scarborough Hospital Sadly, 17 babies are stillborn or die shortly after birth every day in the UK. We know the differ ...

Moving On Poem

Moving On by Ken CappsThe light seems sucked out from the room  Exhausted, panting, I struggle for breath, My baby no longer in my womb Where there should have been new life, only death. There ...

Annika's story

Case study - Annika DowsonAnnika and James Dowson's first child Gypsy was stillborn 30th October 2008 in Scarborough Hospital, she was born 39 weeks 5 days weighing 7lb12oz 'Once I knew Gypsy had di ...

Snowdrop Calendar

The Snowdrop Appeal Calendar 2015This amazing fundraiser has been organised by Annika Dowson of Helmsley. She has put so much time and effort into this calendar along with our Photographer, Stuart War ...

A gift in your will

A gift in your willWe understand that family and friends come first but leaving a gift in your will is a wonderful way to make your support for the York Teaching Hospital Charity live on. Choosing ...

Your questions answered

Your questions answeredHow much inheritance tax will I have to pay? Making a will ensures that your estate is distributed amongst those you wish to receive something and you can also decide exactly ...

Ways to leave a gift in your will

Ways to leave a gift in your willHow you decide to support the charity is entirely up to you, for example, you may choose to leave the charity a sum of money or a share of your estate. You may also de ...

Giving in celebration

Giving in celebrationYou can use your celebratory event to support our hospitals by requesting donations instead of presents. Whether it be a christening, wedding or a special birthday – you can set ...

Contact us

Contact usSpeak to us Call us on 01904 724521  Email us  charity.fundraising@york.nhs.uk Write to us York Teaching Hospital Charity York Hospital 2nd Floor Admin Block Wigginton Road Yo ...

Contact Us Form

FundraisingContact Us Planning a fundraising event? We would love to hear about it. Simply fill in the form below and a member of the fundraising team will get in touch with you.

Volunteering

VolunteeringThere are currently around 300 volunteers working for and with the Trust, either directly or through partner organisations.  Volunteers fulfil a variety of roles but their purpose is al ...

RVS

RVSVolunteers from the age positive charity the RVS run shops, cafés and trolley services in many of our hospitals. Money raised goes back into the hospital to fund much needed equipment and services ...

League of Friends

League of FriendsEach of our hospitals is supported by a League of Friends, these are independent registered charities which work to help provide equipment and resources to improve patient care an ...

Contact us

Contact UsTo contact one of our hospitals click here or call our Switchboard on (01904) 631313 Please use the links below for specific enquiries: For patient-related comments, compliments, ...

Enquiring about a patient

Enquiring about a patientTo contact an individual ward or department at one of our hospitals please use the main switchboard number listed below: York Hospital  Telephone: 01904 631313 Scarboro ...

Change your appointment

Changing your appointmentTo request to reschedule or cancel your appointment, you can complete our short form by visiting www.yorkhospitals.nhs.uk/appointment or call the Contact Centre on 01904 ...

Appointment cancellation form

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Media Enquiries

Media EnquiriesAll media enquiries should be directed to the Communications Team. The communications office is based at York Hospital and is open from 8.30am to 5pm Monday to Friday. If you have ...

Freedom of Information

Make a Freedom of Information RequestUnder the Freedom of Information Act (FOI) 2000, the public has the right to see information held by public authorities, including NHS organisations.  The Act is ...

Patient Experience

Patient ExperienceYour experience matters Would you like to say thank you, make a comment, get an answer to a concern or make a formal complaint ? We are always interested to hear from patients, ...

PALS

Patient  Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)PALS PALS offers impartial advice and assistance to patients, their relatives, friends and carers.  We can listen to feedback (positive or negative), ans ...

Complaints

Making a complaintWhat if I want to make a complaint? You can complain in writing, by email or by speaking to someone in the Trust.  You can also contact PALS and an adviser will be happy to giv ...

Maternity feedback

Maternity FeedbackIf you would like to comment about our maternity services you can complete our survey by following this link .

Star Award

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Star Award submitted page

Thank you for your nomination, the Communications team will be in touch in due course.  If you have any questions about your nomination you can contact them on events@york.nhs.uk .

Celebration of Achievement Awards

At York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust we truly believe in recognising the contribution of each member of our team.  Now in their ninth year, our annual staff awards ceremony provides an inva ...

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Children's Centre

Hello and welcome to Child Health York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  looks after the care and development of infants, children, and adolescents – from birth through to 18 years. The ...

Our mission

Our mission and vision! Our mission is to provide high quality, safe, integrated secondary and community healthcare services for children, young people and their families. Our vision is to be recogn ...

Our catchment area

Our catchment area We provide a wide range of general and specialist child health services to babies, children and young people living in and around York, Scarborough, Bridlington, Malton, Whitby, S ...

A Hospital Guide for children

NHS Choices has produced a practical guide on how to prepare for your child going into hospital, including information on what to bring and the facilities available for both parents and children. Clic ...

Inpatient

Inpatient (Acute care) Your child may be referred to York or Scarborough Hospital by your GP, out of hour’s doctor or the Emergency Department (A&E). Both hospitals provide a 24 hour paediatric se ...

Planned care

Planned care (Elective) Elective is the word to describe a planned procedure or operation, so you will know the date you are coming in to hospital and what to expect. NHS Choices has produced a pr ...

Outpatients

Outpatients If your child has a hospital appointment but doesn’t need to stay overnight (or less than 24 hours), it means they are being treated as an outpatient. Child Development Centre at Yor ...

Therapy services

AHP Children's Therapy Team Children and young people’s development is individual and unique. Although for many their development follows a typical pattern, others may have specific problems with ...

Therapies Introduction

Introduction to Children's Therapies York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is the NHS provider of Therapy Services (Speech & Language Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy and Paediatr ...

Childrens Therapy Referral

Referring to Children's Therapy Services Our AHP Therapy Referral pack should give you all the information you need to support a referral to Children’s Therapy Services provided by the Trust. ...

Children's Therapy Training

Children's Therapy Training Supporting the Needs of Children and Young People with Speech language and communication difficulties, and Physical and Sensory difficulties The Children's therapy team ...

Children's Therapy Training Booking Form

Children's Therapy Training Courses Booking Form To register your interest for one of our courses please complete the form below and a member of the team will get back in touch to confirm your place ...

Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy Physiotherapists aim to help to get the best movement and function when someone is affected by injury, illness, developmental delay or other disability.  A paediatric physiotherapist ...

OT

Occupational Therapy Occupational therapists (OTs) work with children who have physical, neurological and sensory / perceptual problems. Their aim is to support and enable children to carry out t ...

SLT

Speech and Language Therapy Speech and language therapy supports the development of children and young people who present with speech, language, communication and /or eating and drinking difficulti ...

Dietetics

Dietetics Dietitians work with infants, children, young people and their parents/carers to diagnose and treat a wide range of dietary and nutritional problems.   Dietitians translate current re ...

Your Appointment

What to expect at your appointment? During the initial appointment, the therapist will gather further information about your child or young person and your family, to gain a better understanding of ...

Children's Community Services

Children’s Community Services We also provide children’s community health services across York and Selby which includes school health, special school nursing, the community children’s nursing t ...

Children’s Community Nursing Team

Children’s Community Nursing Team   The Children’s Community Nursing Team provide short and long term nursing input and support to children aged 0-19 years (16-19 years if in full time educati ...

Special Care Baby Unit

Special Care Baby Unit The Trust has two Special Care Baby Units (SCBU) located at York and Scarborough Hospitals. The majority of babies admitted to SCBU are premature, less than 36 weeks gestatio ...

York Hospital Special Care Baby Unit

York Hospital Special Care Baby Unit York Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) is designated as a Local Neonatal Unit (LNU) and provides local care for babies weighing more than 800gms at birth, or those b ...

Scarborough Hospital Special Care Baby Unit

Scarborough Hospital Special Care Baby Unit The unit in Scarborough is designated as a Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) and provides local care for babies born at 32 weeks gestation and above (more tha ...

A-Z of Services

Our Services For more information click on the service below: CDC - Neurodisability Children's Community Nursing Team Diabetes  (York) Diabetes (Scarborough) Dieticians Epilepsy (Yo ...

CDC - neurodisability

CDC - Neurodisability The children’s development centre provides services for children and young people with developmental delay, learning disabilities, physical difficulties and problems with spee ...

Epilepsy (York)

undefined Children and young persons epilepsy service (York) Weekly clinics are held on a Wednesday afternoon in the CDC in York hospital. Dr Rob Smith, Dr Sheik  Razak and Dr Ianthe Abbey hav ...

Epilepsy (Scarborough)

Children and Young People’s Epilepsy Service (Scarborough) We are doctors and nurses who work in the hospital who want to help you and your family/carer look after your epilepsy. We have a weekly c ...

Enuresis Service

Enuresis Service Outpatient's specialist clinics are held at York and Selby Hospitals by Janet Wootton Enuresis Specialist Nurse If you would like more information about the service please cont ...

Health Visiting Team (York)

Health Visiting Team York The York Health Visiting Team works in the community offering support and professional advice to all families with children aged birth to five years old. The team includ ...

York Children and Young People’s Diabetes Service

Diabetes Service (York) The York Children and Young People’s Diabetes Service works together with children and families to provide medical, nursing, dietetic and psychological support to children ...

Scarborough Children and Young Person’s Diabetes Service

Children and Young People with Diabetes (Scarborough) The Children’s Diabetes Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) based at Scarborough hospital is a multi-professional team serving the population of Scarb ...

Peadiatric Allergy Service

Paediatric Allergy Service York paediatric allergy services is a secondary care specialist allergy service run by a Consultant Paediatrician with post graduate qualification in Allergy from Southamp ...

Peadiatric Oncology

Paediatric Oncology Shared Care Service for children with life limiting/life threatening conditions We work with the Oncology team in Leeds to help to deliver care close to home for children diagno ...

Palliative Care

Palliative Care Service This service is for infants, children and young people with life limiting conditions. The community Palliative Care Service nursing team is supported by a lead consultant an ...

Young Person's Clinic (Adolescent)

Young Person's Clinic (Adolescent) Dr Jo Mannion is a general paediatrican with a particular interest in young people's health. Her clinic runs on Thursday afternoons (the last appointment is at 4.3 ...

York Hospital

Ward 17 Ward 17 is the main inpatient ward for children at York Hospital.  It is located on the second floor of junction 8. The ward looks after children who are acutely ill as well as those who ...

Ward 17

Ward 17 Ward 17 is the children's ward at York Hospital which accepts both booked and emergency admissions from the Emergency department and GPs. The ward looks after children from birth through to ...

Ward 18

Child Assessment Unit (CAU) or Ward 18 The Children's Assessment Unit (CAU) is open Monday to Friday from 9am until 10pm.  Monday to Thursday a variety of investigations and procedures are perform ...

Photo Gallery of York Hospital

Photo Galleries Want to know what our hospital and wards look like and what to expect? Click on the galleries below to have a peek around. 

Scarborough Hospital

Duke of Kent Ward The children’s ward at Scarborough Hospital is called the Duke of Kent Ward . It is located on the ground floor of the North Building.   Only emergency surgery for example ap ...

Duke of Kent Ward

Welcome to Duke of Kent Ward When your child arrives in the ward he/she will be seen and assessed by a member of the nursing team.  This process is called “triage” and is where the nurses dec ...

Photo Gallery of Duke of Kent Ward

Photo Galleries Want to know what our hospital and wards look like and what to expect? Click on the galleries below to have a peek around.

Mandy Thorpe

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Shannon McGovern

Hello, my name is Shannon McGovern.  I am a Clinical Educator working within Children's Services across York and Scarborough.  My role involves working alongside Nurses and other Healthcare Practiti ...

Safeguarding

Safeguarding We are committed to ensuring the safety and the wellbeing of all children and young people that we work with, either in the community or in hospital. We work in partnership with a ran ...

Fundraising

If you would like to fundraise for any of our children’s services including the Children’s Ward or Special Care Baby Unit please visit the Fundraising pages of our website or speak to one of our ...

Feedback

Feedback The quality of our service and the safety of your child are our absolute priorities. If you have any concerns or questions whilst your child is in hospital please don't hesitate to speak t ...

Cookies

Cookies policy The York Hospitals NHS Trust website uses cookies to optimise users’ experience on the site. A cookie is a small text file containing a string of characters that is sent to your c ...

Accessibility

Accessibility The York Hospitals NHS Trust website has been created to allow as many people as possible to access the site as easily as possible. CSS & XHTML We use CSS (cascading style shee ...

Medicines Information Electronic Enquiry Form

Medicines Information Electronic Enquiry FormPlease provide as much information as possible to enable us to answer your enquiry. If you are unable to submit your enquiry on this form and still requi ...

Staff suggestion form

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Remote access link

Remote access link  Click here for your link to download remote access The programme will automatically appear for you to install on your computer

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Membership Matters

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Membership Matters July 2017

 Star Award Winners - July 2017Louise Pearson, Administrator ED, Scarborough Hospital Louise, an administrator in the ED at Scarborough, identified a very sick child on booking her in to the Emerge ...

Amazing year for Research and Development

Amazing year for Research and DevelopmentThe Trust's Research and Development team are celebrating a fantastic year after smashing their target to recruit patients to clinical trials. The region’s ...

Mobile Chemotherapy Unit

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Youngsters take over hospital as part of Takeover Challenge!

Youngsters take over hospital as part of Takeover Challenge!Young people from Westfield Primary Community School in York took over the running of York Hospital recently, as part of the Children’s Co ...

Patients urged to sign up to text messaging reminders

Patients urged to sign up to text messaging reminders A new text messaging service to remind patients of their appointments is being promoted across the Trust.  In April, an online form for patients ...

Nikki Waterhouse Trust donation

Nikki Waterhouse Trust donationYork Teaching Hospital Charity has secured a £15,000 donation from the Nikki Waterhouse Trust to pay for the completion of a new sensory room on the Children’s Ward a ...

Meet our Governors - Bridlington

Meet Our Governors - BridlingtonClive Neale Clive has lived in Burton Agnes, near Bridlington for 8 years, since he took early retirement.  He started his working life by training as an accountant ...

Meet our Governors - Selby

 Meet Our Governors - SelbyAnn Bolland Ann wanted to become a governor to make a difference, especially since as a family they have had some negative experiences with medical treatment. She deci ...

Junior Doctor Awards

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PALS office official opening

PALS office official openingA bright new PALS office was officially opened earlier this month by Trust Chair, Sue Symington. The new office, located on the Main Corridor at York Hospital, was funded ...

Trust wins award for bowel disease test

Trust wins award for bowel disease testA special test, the faecal calprotectin diagnostic test, has been introduced to help doctors to identify which bowel conditions can be treated by GPs and whic ...

Hundreds sign up to safety

Hundreds sign up to safetyOver 560 staff and colleagues from primary and secondary healthcare attended the Trust’s Patient Safety Conference, at York Racecourse on Friday 9 June 2017. The confer ...

Home

Hello and welcome to Child Health York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust  looks after the care and development of infants, children, and adolescents – from birth through to 18 years. The ...

Workforce & Organisational Development Committee

Workforce & Organisational Development CommitteeChaired by Non-executive Director Libby Raper. 2018 Date  Location Time Link to Agenda  Addition/Separate Docume ...

Laboratory Medicine

Laboratory Medicine (also known as Pathology) is the study of the nature of disease and its causes, development, processes and consequences.  Laboratory Medicine is part of, and provides laboratory ...

Test Directory

If you have any queries regarding the provenance of the displayed reference ranges or the uncertainty of measurement, Laboratory Medicine has data for all quantitative assays which can be provided and ...

Clinical Biochemistry

Guidance for test requesting and interpretation of results and information regarding service delivery: Click here Contact information for results, specimen enquiries and clinical advice: ...

Point of Care Testing (POCT)

Contacts for the POCT Service:  For enquiries regarding the POCT service: Click Here   Blood Gas Analysers Roche b123 blood gas analysers are located as follows: York Hospital: ...

Haematology

It is imperative that ALL patient requests have appropriate Clinical Details recorded because secondary laboratory tests may be generated on the basis of laboratory results and this information. Fu ...

Microbiology and Serology

Guidance for Test Requesting and Interpretation of Results: Click Here Protocol for Clinical Microbiological Advice Out of Hours: Click Here Use of the Laboratory In these days of clin ...

Histology

For Histology Key Contacts For general result and specimen enquiries, clinical advice and key contact details for the Histology service: Click Here Opening hours and out of hours service p ...

Cytology

Contacts for the Cytology Service: For general result and specimen enquiries, clinical advice and key contact details for the cytology service: Click Here Advice for primary or secondary ...

Mortuary

York & Scarborough Mortuary Opening Hours Mortuary Staff arrange viewings, initiate the Cremation Certificate procedure and liaise with the Consultant on call for urgent autopsies. The Mortuary is ...

Our Commitment to You

The laboratories on the York and Scarborough hospital sites have been granted accreditation by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).  UKAS provides accreditation to the internationally re ...

Where to find us

York Laboratory The York laboratory is situated in the block to the right of the main hospital entrance, on the three floors above “Pharmacy” shown on the hospital plan below.  Access into the ...

Key Contacts

Directorate Key Contacts:   Contact  E-Mail  Telephone Clinical Director Dr Neil Todd Consultant Microbiologist   neil.todd@york.nhs.uk (01904) 725216 Director ...

Opening hours and out of hours service provision

Routine Opening Hours Access to the laboratories is restricted to authorised personnel only.  All visitors must report to the reception on arrival.    Laboratory Site  Monday to Fri ...

Clinical Biochemistry

If you have any queries regarding the provenance of the displayed reference ranges or the uncertainty of measurement, Laboratory Medicine has data for all quantitative assays which can be provided and ...

Clinical Biochemistry Out of Hours Test Repertoire

The following tests are available out of hours: U/E, Bicarbonate,  Glucose, Liver Function Tests, Bone Profile, CK, Troponin T, Amylase, HCG, CSF Glucose, CSF protein, Conjugated Bilirubin (Paediat ...

Microbiology Out of Hours Test Repertoire

Microbiology Out of Hours Test Repertoire: A Microbiology on-call service is provided to cover URGENT SAMPLES ONLY at all other times. The microbiology Laboratory operates an on call service ...

Electronic Test Requesting

Electronic test requesting 'Ordercomms' ensures the correct data is obtained for completion of the test request and minimises the risk to the patient associated with the manual input of patient inf ...

How to Take Laboratory Samples

All procedures carried out on a patient need the informed consent of the patient.  For most routine laboratory procedures, consent can be inferred when the patient presents himself or herself with a ...

Information for Patients

All procedures carried out on a patient need the informed consent of the patient.  For most routine laboratory procedures, consent can be inferred when the patient presents himself or herself with a ...

Advice for primary or secondary care - Clinical Biochemistry

Please find information by clicking on the links below: Advice Regarding Test Requesting and Result Interpretation: ALLERGY TESTING - Test repertoire and interpretation of results BN ...

User Feedback

Our ultimate objective is to be trusted to deliver safe, effective healthcare to our community. We value your opinion as it will help us to develop a service that meets your expectations.  Patien ...

Ordering Consumables

Forms are available below for ordering consumables from either site reception. The form can be sent into the laboratory or faxed.  Please order weekly and try not to keep large stocks of consumables ...

Add On Requests

It is assumed that when a sample is sent to the laboratory, the clinician responsible for the care of the patient has obtained the appropriate and valid consent for the test, storage and sharing of th ...

Laboratory Reports

Electronic reporting is the method of choice, maximizing accessibility and audit trail and reducing the potential for transcription errors.   Test results are issued electronically to both Trust cli ...

Transportation of Samples and Postage

Please note Transport is under the remit of the Transport Department within the Estates & Facilities Directorate. All users are referred to the current Laboratory Medicine Procedure:  Click Here ...

High Risk/Danger of Infection Samples

There is an absolute requirement that high risk samples are labelled as such before transport to the laboratory.  The HSE advise the provision of sufficient information on specimen request forms to s ...

Request form and specimen labelling

Any samples that do not meet the labelling standards (or samples where the information is illegible) may be rejected.   Where insufficient details are provided on the request form and specimen i ...

Storage of Samples Before Analysis

All samples should be dispatched to the laboratory as soon as possible after collection to ensure best turnaround times and most accurate results. It is highly recommended blood samples should arrive ...

Key Contacts Clinical Biochemistry & POCT

General Result and Specimen Enquiries York Monday - Friday 08.30 - 18:30 Telephone: ( 01904 72) 6802 Scarborough Monday - Friday 09.00 - 17:30 Telephone : ( 01723 ...

Key Contacts Haematology/Blood Transfusion/Immunology

General Result and Specimen Enquiries York Monday - Friday 08.30 - 18:30   Telephone: (  01904 72) 6802   Scarborough Monday - Friday 08.30 - 18:30  Telephone: (  017 ...

Key Contacts Microbiology & Serology

Clinical Advice  York GP Patients Monday - Friday 09:00 - 17:00 Contact the Operational Microbiologist for York GP Patients on 01904 721725 (external), 1725 (internal) or via the la ...

Key Contacts - Infection Control

The Infection Control Team has primary responsibility for and reports to the Chief Executive (via the Infection Control Committee) on all aspects of surveillance, prevention and control of infection w ...

Key Contacts - Histology & Cytology

Cytology Laboratory General Enquiries    York Monday - Friday 08.30 - 17:00 Telephone: (  01904 72) 6332 Telephone:   6332 (internal)  Histology Laboratory Gener ...

Key Contacts - Mortuary

Contact E-Mail Telephone Trevor Hair HTA Designated Individual   trevor.hair@york.nhs.uk (01904 72) 5853 Kevin Breheney Mortuary Manager kevin.breheney@york.nhs.uk ...

York research team recruits first patient to kidney disease study

York research team recruits first patient to kidney disease studyThe York renal research team have recruited the first patient in the UK to a worldwide study that focuses on patients who have anaemia ...

BSC Nursing Programme comes to Scarborough Campus

BSC Nursing Programme comes to Scarborough C ampusA new nursing degree course is being developed by the Coventry University Campus in Scarborough and will launch next year once approved by the Nursin ...

Healthwatch Awards

Healthwatch AwardsStaff members from York Hospital were recognised at the recent Healthwatch ‘Making a Difference Awards’, which celebrate excellence in health and social care services. Nominati ...

Meet Our Governours - Ryedale and East Yorkshire

Meet Our Governours - Ryedale and East YorkshireJeannette Anness Jeanette had a career as a nurse in the NHS, latterly as a Diabetes Specialist. She is committed to obtaining the best health car ...

Membership Matters August 2017

Star Award Winners - August 2017Teryll garner, Sister Malton Hospital Nominated by the team at the Malton Diagnostic Urology Department, who praised Teryll for going above and beyond her role as ...

Haematology

If you have any queries regarding the provenance of the displayed reference ranges or the uncertainty of measurement, Laboratory Medicine has data for all quantitative assays which can be provided and ...

Microbiology and Serology

If you have any queries regarding the provenance of the displayed reference ranges or the uncertainty of measurement, Laboratory Medicine has data for all quantitative assays which can be provided and ...

Tissue Viability

Tissue ViabilityClick on the links below to access the relevant documents: Wound Care Passport Community Wound Care Guidance Formulary

Make a Will Week

8th - 12th October 2018 This October, a number of local solicitors have generously offered both their time and expertise to write your will in exchange for a donation to support York Teaching Hospi ...

Preparing for surgery

Patient leaflets on Preparing for Surgery  What you need to know when coming into hospital for surgery This leaflet gives information about how to get ready for your surgery and what to expect on ...

Women's Health

Women's HealthOverview We warmly welcome you to the Women’s Health Directorate within the York Teaching Hospital Foundation Trust. The Gynaecology service within our trust provides care for wome ...

Children’s Ward celebrate new Sensory Room opening

Children’s Ward celebrate new Sensory Room openingA new Sensory Room in the Children’s Ward at York Hospital has opened. The interactive Sensory Room, designed by the hospital play team and clin ...

COPD teams lead by example

COPD teams lead by exampleThe Trust’s Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) teams have been recognised for their best practice by the Royal College of Physicians National COPD Audit Programme ...

Mobile chemotherapy unit takes to the road

Mobile chemotherapy unit takes to the roadThe first patients in the region were treated at the brand-new mobile chemotherapy unit (MCU) when it took to the road this month. This ground-breaking proj ...

Meet our Governors - Hambleton District

Meet our Governors - Hambleton DistrictCatherine lives in Sutton on the Forest in the South of Hambleton District with her husband and young son, and has lived there since 2009 when she moved from Yor ...

Membership Matters - September 2017

Star Award Winners - September 2017Diogo Martins, Theatre Nurse, York Hospital Diogo Martins, a Portuguese nurse in the orthopaedic theatre team at York Hospital, was nominated by a colleague for h ...

Introduction to Bronchoscopy

What is a Bronchoscopy?A bronchoscopy is a test, which allows the doctor to look into your windpipe and the air tubes of your lungs. The doctor uses a thin, flexible tube called a bronchoscope, pass ...

Introduction to Colonoscopy

What is a Colonoscopy?Colonoscopy is a way of looking at the inside of your colon (large bowel). It is carried out by someone with special training called an endoscopist. We carry out a colonoscopy in ...

Introduction to Gastroscopy

What is a Gastroscopy?A gastroscopy or upper gastro-intestinal (GI) endoscopy is an examination of your gullet, stomach and upper intestine using an endoscope.  The procedure is also known as gastros ...

Introduction to ERCP

What is an ERCP?ERCP stands for Endoscopic Retrograde Cholangio-Pancreatography. It is a way of examining the tubes that drain bile from the liver and pancreatic fluid into the small bowel. Bile and p ...

Introduction to PEG tubes

PEG TubesIntroduction A PEG tube is a thin plastic tube that enables you to be fed directly into your stomach without taking food through your mouth. PEG stands for: P ercutaneous E ndoscopic ...

Introduction to flexible sigmoidoscopy

What is a Flexible Sigmoidoscopy?Flexible sigmoidoscopy is a way of looking at the lower part of your colon (large bowel) and rectum. The procedure is carried out by someone with special training call ...

SCBU Toddle Participant Page

Welcome to your Fundraising PageThank you for registering to take part in our SCBU Christmas Toddle on Saturday 8 December 2018 . Please find below your fundraising pack which includes a photo co ...

Information for Health Care Professionals

Advice for primary or secondary care - Clinical Biochemistry: Click Here Advice for primary or secondary care - Cytology: Click Here Advice for primary or secondary care - Microbio ...

How to Take Blood Samples

Blood samples For detailed information on the venepuncture procedure:   Click Here Please ensure the correct tube is used for the test using the guidance provided in the test directory ...

calendar competition RESULTS - OWLS

  The Arts Team were delighted to run the Staff Benefits calendar competition once again, using owls as the theme for the 2018 edition.  This year we tied the competition into the Patient Experien ...

Blood Transfusion

If you have any queries regarding the provenance of the displayed reference ranges or the uncertainty of measurement, Laboratory Medicine has data for all quantitative assays which can be provided and ...

Immunology

If you have any queries regarding the provenance of the displayed reference ranges or the uncertainty of measurement, Laboratory Medicine has data for all quantitative assays which can be provided and ...

Blood Transfusion

The Blood Transfusion department provides blood products for use in clinical emergencies and routine procedures.  The Blood Transfusion department operates on both the York and Scarborough sites. C ...

Immunology

Immunology is a part of the Haematology department and provides a high quality diagnostic service, committed to achieving and maintaining the highest possible standards, delivering a 24 hour, 7 day p ...

Collection and delivery of semen samples to the cytology department

Infertility investigation: For information on the collection of seminal fluid samples for infertility analysis: Click Here Sub Fertile Reference Range: Count ...

The Gynaecology Specialist nursing team

The Gynaecology Specialist Nursing TeamThe Gynaecology Specialist Nursing team work as part of the Multi Disciplinary Team (MDT) to coordinate care and provide continuity for all patients with gynaeco ...

Colposcopy

  ColposcopyA colposcopy is a simple procedure used to look at the cervix, the lower part of the womb at the top of the vagina. It's often done if cervical screening finds abnormal cells in your ce ...

Obstetrics & Gynaecology Consultants

  Obstetrics & Gynaecology ConsultantsWe would like you to meet our team of Consultants within the Women's Health Directorate.   YORK CONSULTANTS   Miss. N. Dean Obstetrics & Gynaec ...

Respiratory Medicine

Patient Information Leaflets for Respiratory MedicineBronchial provocation testing using Mannitol Fit to fly assessment Lung Function Tests        For more information visit our ...

Where Are We?

Where Are We?Click  HERE to find out how to find York Hospital Confidential Street View     York Hospital   Wigginton Rd, York YO31 ...

Administration Support

  Administration SupportConsultant Secreatries Miss. N Dean  | Miss. C Oxby  | Mrs. C Hayden | Miss. S Ghosh Sue Pay 01904 721682 Email Miss. F Sanaullah | Miss. L Fahel | Miss. J ...

Baby Loss Awareness Week highlights support for expectant mums

Baby Loss Awareness Week highlights support for expectant mumsMums-to-be across the region are to benefit from a pioneering initiative that has already helped hundreds of women track the progress of t ...

Meet our Governors - Whitby

Meet our Governors - WhitbyStephen Hinchcliffe Stephen has been the Governor for Whitby and Esk Valley for 5 years. During that time he has endeavoured to work with the Trust after the merger, t ...

Celebration of Achievement 2017

Celebration of Achievement 2017Outstanding staff were honoured for their contributions, achievements and innovation in health and patient care at the Trust's annual Celebration of Achievement ceremony ...

Membership Matters - October 2017

Star Award Winners - October 2017Jenny Marsden, Adult Stoma Care Nurse, and Lucy Rush, Staff Nurse, York Hospital Jenny and Lucy were nominated by a colleague, Helen Green, Healthcare ...

Hearing problems? Come meet the experts

Hearing problems? Come meet the expertsThe Audiology Department at York Hospital is throwing open its doors to the public for the first time with a unique event that will give people who are affected ...

MEG - York Uni

 Music Education Group - York UniversityMusic Education Group (MEG) is an entirely student run, voluntary organisation that works largely in schools, but also in care homes, sheltered accommodation a ...

SLC Advice Sheets

Speech, Language & Communication Advice Sheets Information Leaflets for parents, practitioners, teachers and carers Children who have difficulties understanding what is said Primary School ...

Yorkshire Three Peaks

Yorkshire Three Peaks Challenge Charity York Scarborough Malton Bridlington Easingwold

OT Advice Sheets

Occupational Therapy Advice Sheets Information Leaflets for parents, carers and education staff Cutlery Skills - Helpful Hints Fastening Buttons - Helpful Hints Holding a pencil Lear ...

Keep in touch

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Meet our Governors - York

Meet our Governors - YorkMargaret Jackson Margaret worked in the NHS as a nurse, midwife and senior manager for a total of 43 years before retiring in 2011. She gained invaluable experience in the ...

Newsletters and social media

Patient Support /Newsletters and Social Media linkNewsletters York IBD newsletter - Spring/Summer 2019 York IBD newsletter - Winter 2018 York IBD newsletter - Autumn 2018 York IBD new ...

Eye conditions in Adults

Eye Conditions in AdultsAge related macular degeneration (Links to the Macular Society website) Anterior Posterior Blepharitis   C ataracts Link to i nformation about Cataracts on R ...

Eye surgery/treatment for Adults

Eye surgery/treatment for adultsCataract surgery Visit the NHS Choices website for information, (includes useful animation showing how surgery is performed) Cataract surgery Information to r ...

Eye conditions and surgery/treatment - Children

Eye conditions and surgery/treatment in childrenGeneral Information on eye conditions in children Click here for a copy of our patient leaflet Pseudostrabismus   Squint Infor ...

Surgery/treatment for Glaucoma

Surgery/treatment for Glaucoma  Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty (SLT) Trabeculectomy Surgery (Scarborough Hospital) Xen TM gel stent    

Skin Cancer

Skin CancerCancer nurse specialists  We are a team of nurses who specialise in the care and support of people with a diagnosed skin cancer . This may include melanomas , squamous cell carcino ...

Health and Wellbeing

Health and Wellbeing SupportBenefits Support Financial issues can cause worry when someone becomes ill. You may be able to claim benefits to help you in your situation. You may also be able to get ...

Pain Management

Patient Information on pain management and living with painRecommend resources NHS Choices website Understanding persistent pain patient leaflet (on www.knowpain.co.uk website) Getting a ...

Useful Links

Useful LinksCancer Research UK Click here to access the Cancer Research webiste. Health and Wellbeing Click here for our health and wellbeing pages Macmillan You can access the main ...

Child Health

Child Health Patient Information LeafletsVitamin D and your child's bone health Childhood Constipation Childhood Head Injury Instructions after an accident and discharge from hospital Pean ...

PALS Test

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My Future Plan

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Celebrating NHS 70

Celebrating NHS 70This year the NHS turns 70 and across the Trust we plan to join this special celebration. A programme of activity is scheduled both nationally and locally that spans the whole of t ...

Region-wide service to prevent heart attacks launches across Yorkshire

Region-wide service to prevent heart attacks launches across YorkshireThe region-wide screening service for people at risk of genetically high cholesterol had its official launch in York in December. ...

Canine companions provide comfort to hospital patients

Canine companions provide comfort to hospital patientsA whole new breed of hospital visitor is brightening the lives of patients at York Hospital with the introduction of therapy dogs. The Pets for ...

Meet our governors - Scarborough

Meet our Governors - ScarboroughRichard Thompson Richard is retired and now feels he has more time to commit to being a Public Governor. He stated the role is valuable, rewarding and is part of ...

Research and Development

Research and DevelopmentResearch has led to better treatments for many conditions such as cancer, diabetes and stroke. We also have a better understanding of why some people get certain health problem ...

Be a Hospital Hero

       How can you be a hospital hero? Hospital Heroes are everywhere. They are Nurses, Doctors, Porters, Secretaries, Scientists, Cleaners, Healthcare Assistants, Practicioners and YOU! W ...

Schools Interest Form

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Ophthalmology (Eye Department)

Sight Loss Information and Support in Scarborough HospitalThe Sight Support Service This service offers support, advice and information to anyone affected by a change in their vision. The service i ...

Ophthalmology (Eye Department)

Sight loss information and support at York HospitalThe Sight Support Service This service offers support, advice and information to anyone affected by a change in their vision.  The service is prov ...

Ophthalmology (Eye clinic)

Sight Loss Information and Support in Bridlington HospitalThe Sight Support Service This service offers support, advice and information to anyone affected by a change in their vision.  The service ...

Shepherd Day Care Unit

Shepherd Day Care UnitThe unit is run by a small multiskilled team made up of nurses, associate theatre practitioners, healthcare assistants, operating department staff, anaesthetists and consultant s ...

Lloyd ward

Lloyd wardThe ward looking after the day care patients is Lloyd ward . This is a 22 bedded ward run by a small team of nurses, healthcare assisitants, housekeeper and ward clerk. An average of 3,00 ...

Main theatre

Main theatreThis unit is run by a multiskilled team specialising in orthopaedic surgery in: Hip and knee replacements Hand and foot surgery Shoulder and knee arthroscopies

Kent ward

Kent wardThe orthopaedic ward is Kent ward. This is a 22 bedded ward open seven days a week that looks after all elective (planned) orthopaedic cases undertaken at Bridlington. The ward is run by a sm ...

Johnson ward

Johnson wardThis ward is a 22 bedded ward providing rehabilitation for medical patients across the county.

Lawrence unit

Lawrence unitThe Lawrence Unit is a day unit providing care for the elderly. Open Monday to Friday 08:30 -16:30 providing care for patients receiving: Blood transfusions Diagnostic tests IV in ...

Outpatients

Outpatients DepartmentOpen Monday to Friday 08:00-18:00 Providing clinics in: Cardiology Rheumatology Ophthalmology Oncology Maxillofacial Orthopaedics Endocrine and Diabetes Urolo ...

Apprenticeships at the Trust

Apprenticeships at the TrustApprenticeships provide routes into a variety of careers and offer the opportunity to earn, learn and achieve nationally recognised qualifications at the same time.  They ...

Leanne Crangle

Leanne CrangleName - Leanne Crangle Current department and job role  - Senior Pharmacy Technician – Cancer Services in the Pharmacy Oncology Unit. Department and job role whilst completing a ...

Ellie Freer

Ellie FreerName - Ellie Freer Current department and job role - Administrative Assistant/Receptionist in the Chief Executive’s office Name and level of apprenticeship completed - Level 2 di ...

Walk in Our Shoes

This Spring, challenge yourself and your friends and family to take part in our brand new campaign ‘Walk in Our Shoes’.  We want people to challenge themselves to increase their daily steps to r ...

Sarah Zajac

Sarah ZajacName - Sarah Zajac Current department and job role - Trainee Biomedical Scientist in Blood Science Pathology Department and job role whilst completing apprenticeship - I began as a ...

Safeguarding

Safeguarding leaflets for health professionalsWhat to expect when you visit the CSAAC (information for patients, relatives and carers) Anogenital warts in children for CSAAC (information for paren ...

Diabetes Patient Information

Diabetes Patient information leafletsLink to diabetes patient information leafletsLink to Diabetes Team pages

Cervical cancer campaign highlights work of cytology labs

Cervical cancer campaign highlights work of cytology labsA cervical cancer prevention awareness campaign in January highlighted the vital work of the Trust’s cytology laboratory in helping prevent c ...

Celebration of new dialysis unit

Celebrating opening of new dialysis unitAhead of World Kidney Day (8 March) the renal team have been celebrating the ‘official’ opening of York Hospital’s new shared care unit for dialysis patie ...

New outdoor area for Scarborough discharge lounge

New outdoor area for Scarborough discharge loungeA new outside area has been created outside the discharge lounge at Scarborough Hospital so that patients can enjoy the fresh air while waiting to be d ...

Going for gold

Going for goldTHE Intensive Care Unit, Ward 39, Ward 26, Ward 11 at York Hospital (pictured) and Lloyd Ward at Bridlington are celebrating after achieving ‘Gold’ standard against the Trust’s War ...

Rash Awareness

Rashes in Pregnancy (Rash awareness)It is important to get any rash checked out when you are pregnant- especially if you are feeling unwell. Although most rashes are harmless, there are some condit ...

Downs, Edwards & Plataus Syndrome

Downs, Edwards & Pataus Syndrome  You will be offered screening for Down’s syndrome, Edwards syndrome and Patau’s syndrome between 11+2 and 14+1 weeks of pregnancy. This is called the combined ...

Newborn Screening

Newborn ScreeningThere will be some tests that you will offered after your baby has been born. Newborn Hearing Your baby will be offered a test to check your baby's hearing. This is usually perfor ...

Dementia Appeal raises £100,000

A milestone for the Dementia AppealWe are celebrating after our Dementia Appeal reached the half-way milestone this week with over £100,000 raised so far from the local community.  The Dementia ...

Living With & Beyond Cancer

Living With & Beyond CancerWith an ageing population more people are being diagnosed with cancer in the UK and people are surviving a cancer diagnosis due to earlier detection and improved treatments. ...

Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU)

Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU)The Early Pregnancy Assessment Unit (EPAU) is a nurse-run, consultant-led unit located at Junction 5 within the York Teaching Hospital. Opening Times Monday ...

Antenatal Day Services

 Antenatal Day ServicesAntenatal Appointments Mon to Fri 8am to 4pm 01904 725666 Voicemail service available Antenatal Reception   Mon to Fri 8.30am to 5pm 01904 722556 No Voic ...

G3 Ward

Ward G3Coming SoonWard Clerk York 01904 726003 Mon to Fri 8am to 4pm

G2 Ward

Ward G2Coming SoonWard Clerk York 01904 726002 Mon to Fri 8am to 4pm

Maternity Triage

Maternity TriageComing SoonYork Triage 01904 725924

Medical Photography

Medical photography (also known as clinical photography) is the use of imaging equipment to document a number of medical conditions

Malton Maternity Unit

 Malton Maternity Unit  Malton Maternity UnitMalton Maternity Unit is open 7 days a week. We provide antenatal and postnatal services for women and families across Ryedale and the MyHealth Regi ...

Gender Pay Gap

Gender Pay GapSince April 2017, all employers with more than 250 staff are required to publish information about their gender pay gap. We are required to publish the following: Gender pay gap (m ...

Labour Ward

Welcome to the Labour WardThe Labour Ward team at York Hospital care for all women opting to birth in hospital. Women are seen in the Maternity Triage on admission. From there, a plan is made with ...

Innovative approach helps grow nursing workforce

Innovative approach helps grow nursing workforce

Aromatherapy During Pregnancy

Aromatherapy During PregnancyAromatherapy During PregnancyInterest in using complementary therapies such as Aromatherapy is growing. Essential oils are widely available and women may purchase and appl ...

New electronic assessment supports cancer patients

New electronic assessment supports cancer patientsOne of the latest initiatives to support patients with cancer is being rolled out across the Trust as part of the Macmillan Recovery Package. All pa ...

Professional Midwifery Advocate (PMA)

 Professional Midwifery Advocate (PMA)PMA Professional Midwifery Advocates are experienced midwives who have undertaken additional training to support midwives to provide competent and compassionat ...

Gynaecology Assessment Unit (GAU)

Gynaecology Assessment Unit (GAU)What we do We are a consultant-led specialised unit for women who present with acute symptoms suggestive of a gynaecological cause. During your visit you will have ...

70 Years 70 Faces

It’s the perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of one of the nation’s most loved institutions, to appreciate the vital role the service plays in our lives, and to recognise and thank t ...

Events

Nursing marketplace recruitment fair  Saturday 21 April 2018Join us at our next nursing marketplace recruitment fair on Saturday 21 April 2018. Held in the main entrance of York Hospital, between ...

Crohn’s disease

Crohn’s diseaseWhat is Crohn’s disease? Crohn’s disease is a condition that causes inflammation of the digestive system (also known as the gastrointestinal tract or gut).  Inflammation is the ...

Ulcerative Colitis

What is Ulcerative Colitis Ulcerative Colitis (UC) is a condition that causes inflammation and ulceration of the inner lining of the colon and rectum (the large bowel).  Inflammation is the body’ ...

Orthopaedics

Patient information leaflets for OrthopaedicsTaking Care of your Plaster Cast Information for patients relatives and carers Buckle Fracture Information for patients relatives and carersClick ...

Trust joins campaign to end ‘Pyjama Paralysis’

Trust joins campaign to end ‘Pyjama Paralysis’Staff came to work wearing their pyjamas today (26 April 2018), as part of a national NHS campaign to help raise awareness of deconditioning while in ...

Financial Performance Update

Financial Performance UpdateThe 2017/18 financial year has now closed, and we can report that the Trust ended the year with a £23m deficit. Last year was, without a doubt, the most financially chal ...

Alternative delivery model for estates and facilities

Alternative delivery model for estates and facilitiesYou may have read in the news that the Trust’s Board of Directors has approved the establishment of an alternative delivery model for estates and ...

LIVEX – Volunteers wanted

LIVEX – Volunteers wantedThe Trust is currently looking for volunteers who would be willing to act as casualties for each exercise from the Trust Governors. Volunteers would be needed for both days ...

'Living with and Beyond Cancer' event at York Hospital

'Living with and Beyond Cancer' event at York HospitalA ‘Living With and Beyond Cancer’ event is being held at York Hospital, Monday 4 June 2018. The event, the first of its kind for the Trust, is ...

NHS70

Happy Birthday to the NHS on Friday 5 July 2019. As an NHS charity we are committed to helping our hospitals do more and provide the best possible level of care to our patients.  But we can only ...

Medical school to train 90 more doctors a year

Medical school to train 90 more doctors a yearFollowing the Department of Health initiative to expand the number of medical school places in England, Hull York Medical School has been awarded an addit ...

Retinal Screening

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Diabetic Eye Screening

Diabetic Eye ScreeningAbout Us Our screening service Meet the team What people say about our service Information for patients Your annual screening appointment Eye drops ...

Big7Tea

Big Tea Party fundraising pack Thank you for joining us to celebrate 70 years of our amazing NHS!  Here are all the materials you need for your fantastic tea party available to download. If you ...

Breast Imaging/Screening Unit

Patient Information leaflets for Breast Imaging/Screening UnitSecond stage breast screening Understanding under breast soreness (intertrigo)For more information, please visit our Breast Sceening ...

Skills Centre of Excellence launches

Skills Centre of Excellence launchesThe Trust has played a leading role in the development of a new regional Excellence Centre to support the development of local health and care staff, celebrated at ...

New advocate role for midwives

New advocate role for midwivesA new Professional Midwifery Advocate (PMA) role was launched on Friday 4 May to coincide with International Day of the Midwife. The role offers crucial support to midw ...

Access to your Medical Records

Access to your Medical RecordsThe General Data Protection Regulation 2018 gives patients the right to apply for access to their medical records (these are known as subject access requests). If you wis ...

How we use your data

York Teaching Hospital Charity (YTHC) is committed to ensuring that your privacy is protected. This policy sets out how and why YTHC collects and uses your personal information, and how we protect it. ...

Medical Elective Services (MES)

Medical Elective Services Patient Information LeafletsAclasta

Medical Elective Services (MES)

 Patient Information Leaflets for Medical Elective Services (MES)Aclasta (Zoledronic acid) Information about Aclasta Cannulation Information for patients needing a cannula Cyclo ...

NHS70 - It's party time!

NHS70 celebrationsYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust kicked off the NHS70 celebrations at the start of the year with a campaign to collect 70 faces of the NHS and showcase them on social med ...

Proud NHS staff celebrate long service

Proud NHS staff celebrate long serviceThis month more than 50 staff from across the Trust celebrated 25 years’ NHS service at award ceremonies in York and Scarborough. The annual NHS long service a ...

Advice for Primary or Secondary Care- Microbiology

Microbiology Please click on the links below as required: Testing Cerebrospinal Fluid (CSF) Samples for Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease (CJD) Vancomycin (Restricted use Antibiotic) - Fo ...

Happy 70th birthday NHS

Happy 70th birthday NHSOn Thursday 5 July the NHS celebrated its 70th birthday and the Trust joined the celebrations with a number of events and activities taking place across our sites throughout the ...

Your visit

Your VisitOn these pages you can find out more about your visit to hospital. From what to bring with you, information on infection prevention and control, to details about your privacy and dignity ...

Attending Outpatients

Attending OutpatientsYour appointment Please let us know if your contact details change, so that we can get in touch if we need to.  Full details of your appointment are in your appointment letter ...

Coming into hospital

Coming into hospitalAdmission as an inpatient On admission you will be given a wristband to wear while in hospital. Staff should check your wristband and ask you to confirm your identity. What ...

Visiting people in hospital

Visiting people in hospitalVisiting our hospitals We have introduced a visitors' code, making it clearer for visitors what they should do if friends and family are admitted to hospital. The code ...

Facilities

FacilitiesWi-fi The Trust provides free wi-fi access to all visitors, so everyone can get online. On your device, choose NHS Wi-Fi from the list of available wi-fi networks Open your web brow ...

Infection prevention and control

Infection prevention and controlEnsuring strict infection prevention and control practice in hospitals is essential to stop the spread of infection and both patients and staff have important roles to ...

Information and communication

Information and communicationConsent We always ask for your consent prior to treatment which will include an explanation of what is proposed and the risks, benefits and any alternatives. If you hav ...

Overseas Visitors

Overseas VisitorsPatients from Overseas Information for Overseas Visitors seeking hospital treatment at York Teaching Hospital or Scarborough General Hospital Are you visiting the United Kingdom ...

Substance Misuse Liaison Service

Patient information leaflets from Substance Misuse Liaison Service

Trade union facility time

Trade union facility timeFacility time 2017-2018

Nursing and Midwifery strategy 2017-20

Nursing and Midwifery Strategy 2017-20Our new Nursing and Midwifery Strategy sets out our priorities to achieve high quality, patient focused care, over the next three years, to embrace the opportunit ...

Clinical Biochemistry Archived User Communications

Notification of changes to service provision 03/04/18 Notification of changes to service provision 01/08/17 Web Page 66 Last Updated: 09/08/2018

Oracle Feedback test page

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Procurement feedback form

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Advice for Primary or Secondary Care - Cytology

Please find information by clicking on the links below: National Guidance for Acceptance of Cervical Screening Samples Cytology Letter to Users Regarding Acceptance Guidelines Web P ...

New look ad campaign to boost recruitment

New look ad campaign to boost recruitmentA powerful new recruitment campaign launches this month aimed at helping the Trust stand out in the increasingly competitive healthcare labour market. The Tr ...

Nurse Recruitment

People for Patients - Come and join our nursing teamAs a large employer we are regularly recruiting for a number of nursing roles, our nurses make a unique contribution to enhance the lives of patient ...

Arts in hospitals

Arts in Hospitals Hello and welcome to the work of the Arts Team! We’d love to share with you the exciting things we do within our hospitals; from music and choirs to art sessions, exhi ...

About Us

About Us The Arts Team improve the experience of our hospitals through a programme of hands-on art projects and music, site specific artwork and exhibitions. We encourage community involvement and ...

Our Work

Our Work

Meet the Team

Meet the Team (Natural image of us three doing something - on corridor looking at art, laughing, smiling?)Griselda Goldsbrough Art and Design Development Manager Griselda is a visual art ...

Music

MusicMusic can be a powerful aid to wellbeing, often attributing to improved mood, reduced stress and anxiety.  Offering opportunities for engagement and distraction, musical interaction humanises th ...

Chemotherapy services

Chemotherapy servicesChemotherapy services in York and North Yorkshire Chemotherapy services are provided by this Trust at York and Scarborough hospitals and at our mobile chemotherapy unit, fund ...

Will Writing Week donation form

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Internal Audit Reports

Internal Audit ReportsInternal Audit Reports Audit Report  Audit Report Y1901 Cyber Security Y1934 Financial Reporting Y1902 Income Maximisation ...

VACANCY - Artist in CCC

VACANCY Freelance Artist in Cancer Care Centre, York Hospital Contract Date: 6 November 2018 - 26 March 2019 Deadline for expressions of interest: 1 October 2018 Contact:  ar ...

Breast Cancer

Breast CancerCancer nurse specialists  How we support you Breast cancer services information Download our specialist patient information leaflet  How can you contact us? ...

Family Support Work

Family Support WorkerWho are we? The Family Support Worker Service  What do we do? To provide a Family Support Service to a Patient or Guardian who is living with and beyond cancer To as ...

Haematological cancer

Haematological cancerWho are we? We are a team of nurses who specialise in the care and support of people with a suspected or diagnosed Haematological cancer. This may include Myeloma, Lymphoma and ...

Head and Neck Cancer

Head and Neck CancerWho are we? We are a team of nurses who specialise in the care and support of people with a suspected or diagnosed Head, Neck & Thyroid cancer. This may include cancers of the m ...

Lung Cancer

Lung CancerWho are we? We are a team of nurses who specialise in the care and support of people with a suspected or diagnosed Lung cancer. This may include cancers of the lung and lining of the lun ...

Upper Gastro-intestinal cancers

Upper Gastro-intestinal CancersWho are we? We are a team of nurses who specialise in the care and support of people with suspected or diagnosed upper Gastro-intestinal cancers. This may include c ...

Malignancy of Unknown Origin (MUO)

Malignancy of Unknown Origin (MUO)Who are we? A Malignancy of Unknown Origin (MUO) is the term we use when a patient is diagnosed as having cancer but the origin of the cancer cannot be identified. ...

Complex Abdominal Wall Hernia Surgery

Information for patients having Complex Abdominal Wall Hernia SurgeryConsenting to clinical photography or video recording Complex Abdominal Wall Hernia and Surgery information Recovering fro ...

Perioperative Medicine

Perioperative MedicinePerioperative Medicine is a new specialty created by the Royal College of Anaesthetists.   Perioperative medicine brings together healthcare professionals to improve postoper ...

National Elf Service

Join us for some festive fun this Christmas and make a difference in our family of hospitals. There are lots of ways to get involved this Winter including hosting your own festive cake sale and org ...

Sepsis campaign hits hospital wards

Sepsis campaign hits hospital wardsTo celebrate World Sepsis Day on Thursday 13 September the patient safety team were out in force raising awareness throughout the Trust.  As well as hosting informa ...

Trust introduces new physician associate role

Trust introduces new physician associate roleIn October the Trust will welcome 11 new physician associates (PAs), who will complete four six-month rotations as part of a two-year preceptorship program ...

Supporting staff to reduce the impact of trauma

Supporting staff to reduce the impact of traumaA NEW initiative to support staff at risk of suffering from trauma due to their work has been approved and is set to launch next year. Known as RAFT (R ...

Gynaecological Cancer

Gynaecological CancerWho are we? We are a team of nurses who specialise in the care and support of people with a suspected or diagnosed gynaecological cancer. This may include cancers of the ovary, ...

Urological Cancer

Urological CancerCancer nurse specialist  We are a team of nurses who specialise in the care and support of people with a suspected or diagnosed urological cancer. This may include cancers of the P ...

Cardiac Rehabilitation - recovering from a heart attack/myocardial infarction

Patient leaflets for Cardiac Rehabilitation Information to help you during your recovery from a heart attack/myocardial infarctionYou and Your heart Recovering from a Heart Attack/Myocardial Infarct ...

Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

If you are unhappy with any aspect of your care (or that of a loved one), please try and discuss your concerns early on with a member of staff who is caring for you. Often they can resolve the issue q ...

COPD Management Plans

COPD Management PlansCOPD Management Level 1 Basic Plan COPD Management Level 2 Intermediate Plan COPD Management Level 3 Advanced Plan

Make a Will Week press release

Make your Will and raise money for York Teaching Hospital CharityWe have teamed up with local solicitors to offer people the opportunity to have their Wills written professionally while raising funds ...

Women's Health

Patient leaflets for Women's Health/GynaecologyAbdominal Sacrocolpopexy Bulkamid Treatment for stress urinary incontinence Colpocleisis Diagnostic Laparoscopy Endometrial Ablation ...

Continence assessment and reassessment documents

Continence assessment and reassessment documentsContinence Questionnaire - Nursing Home and Ward Continence Questionnaire - Nursing Home and Ward (Example) Continence Review Questionnaire ...

New trial helps reduce unnecessary antibiotics

New trial helps reduce unnecessary antibioticsIn June the Trust was one of the first to implement a nationally funded research study to help stop unnecessary antibiotics.  The Antibiotic Review Kit ( ...

Celebration of Achievement 2018

Outstanding staff were honoured for their contributions, achievements and innovation in health and patient care at the Trust's annual Celebration of Achievement ceremony. You can read all about the ...

Stay well this winter

Stay well this winterIt may be cold outside but winter needn't be the unhealthiest time of year for you and your family.  There are lots of things we can do to prepare for winter and stay well during ...

Tree of Thanks

Tree of ThanksDedicate your thanks for the care of a loved one with a message on one of our hospital trees this Christmas. Your donation will help to fund the extras to improve our hospitals, making ...

Bariatric (weight loss) surgery

Patient leaflets for Bariatric (Weight Loss) SurgeryBariatric surgery at The York Hospital Bariatric surgery discharge advice for patients Information on Bariatric surgery on NHS website

York Weight Management Service

Patient leaflets for the York Weight Management ServiceIntroduction to the Adult Tier 3 Weight Management Programme Adult Tier 3 Weight Management Programme - Sources of Psychological Support ...

Adult Tier 3 Weight Management Programme

Adult Tier 3 Weight Management ProgrammeAn introduction to the Adult Tier 3 Weight Management Programme By York Weight Management Service  Information for general practitioners

Scarborough Elf Service

Hospitals prepare for the invasion of Christmas ElvesPatients and visitors to our hospitals in York and the Yorkshire Coast are urged to be vigilant to a new threat - the invasion of Christmas Elves! ...

End of Life booking form

End of Life Care SessionDeath and dying are inevitable. Palliative and end of life care must be a priority. The quality and accessibility of this care will affect all of us and it must be made consi ...

Orthodontics

Orthodontics Patient Information leafletsYour fixed brace Your removable or functional brace Your removable retainers

Research Seminar booking form

Research Seminar booking formClinical Research is an important part of what we do at our hospitals, it's so vital to patients now and in the future.  Join us to hear more about:  why it's so ...

Home First booking form

Home First SeminarHospital trusts and their community health and social care partners are being encouraged to adopt a “discharge-to-assess”  (D2A) or “home-first” model involving patients wh ...

Hepatology service

Hepatology  (private service)Drs. Millson and Hutchinson have run the Hepatology service at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust since the service was established in 2015 and now look forward ...

Laboratory accreditation

Laboratory accreditationThe laboratories at York and Scarborough hospitals have been awarded a national badge of quality by the United Kingdom Accreditation Service (UKAS).  The labs were independent ...

Workshop for ex-military

Workshop for ex-militaryThe Trust held the first ever workshop designed specifically to support ex-military personnel into NHS jobs.  Representatives of the Trust, NHS Employers and The Officers Asso ...

Staff Nomination form 2019

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The Patient's Choice Award 2019

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Your appointment

Your appointmentBooking or changing your eye screening appointment We offer screening to people with diabetes within 3 months of a diagnosis. Your GP tells us who has been diagnosed so that we can a ...

Eye drops and driving

Eye drops and drivingYou will need to have eye drops to make your pupil bigger so that we can take good photographs of the back of your eyes. The eye drops may sting for a few seconds. Your sight ...

Diabetes and pregnancy

Diabetes and pregnancyIt is important that you are screened more often if you are pregnant. You are at more risk of serious eye problems during your pregnancy if you were diagnosed with diabetes befor ...

Closer monitoring for people with diabetic maculopathy

Closer monitoring for people with diabetic maculopathy in our digital surveillance clinicsIf your annual screening test shows changes close to the centre of your retina (diabetic maculopathy) you wil ...

Closer monitoring for people with pre-proliferative retinopathy

Closer monitoring for people with pre-proliferative retinopathy in our digital surveillance clinicsIf you have signs of diabetic retinopathy that has progressed but does not yet require treatment (pr ...

Screening in slit lamp clinics

Screening in slit lamp clinicsYou need a slit lamp appointment because we could not get a clear view of the back of your eyes using standard digital photography. At this appointment you will have a ...

Understanding my results

Understanding my resultsWe send you and your GP your screening results letter within 6 weeks of your appointment. An expert looks at the photographs of your eyes after you have been screened. You wi ...

What to do if you have problems after screening

What to do if you have problems after screeningProblems after eye screening are uncommon. If you experience a problem with your vision after screening you should contact us on 01904 726640. In rar ...

How do I make a complaint?

How do I make a complaint?We are very happy to receive positive or negative feedback about our screening service. If there is a problem you want to report at the time of your appointment, please tal ...

Understanding national grading results and outcomes

Understanding national grading results and outcomesScreening for diabetic retinopathy NYDESP invite all eligible people with diabetes for an annual screening for diabetic eye disease. In some case w ...

Want to check when a patient is next due to be screened?

Want to check when a patient is due to be screened?If you need to find out when somebody is due screening, or they have been referred to the local hospital, please contact us on 01904 726640. You wi ...

Diabetic Eye Screening FAQ's

Diabetic Eye Screening FAQ'sWhat is diabetic retinopathy? Diabetic retinopathy is caused when diabetes affects the small blood vessels in the retina. The vessels can leak and become blocked. The re ...

What people say about our service

What people say about our servicePatient feedback 2017 In March 2017 we asked 533 people to comment on our service: We asked you if you knew: Percentage (%) of you who agreed or stro ...

Meet the team

Meet the teamClinical lead Mr Richard Hanson is our clinical lead and a consultant ophthalmologist. He treats patients with diabetic eye disease at York Hospital. He is responsible for ensuring that ...

Gastroenterology

Gastroenterology patient information leafletsEmotions following a diagnosis of inflammatory bowel diseaseFor more information please go to our Gastroenterology Department page

Our Screening Service

Our Screening ServiceDiabetic eye screening is a key part of diabetes care, and diabetic retinopathy is the most common cause of sight loss in people of working age. Screening reduces the risk of si ...

Take the test for AIDS

Take the test for AIDSTo mark World AIDS Day (1 December) Margaret Sentamu, wife of the Archbishop of York, joined staff from York’s sexual health services and charity Yorkshire MESMAC to highlight ...

Five year strategy 2018-2023

Our strategy 2018-2023We are delighted to share our vision for the next five years by introducing our new strategy, which describes how we will meet increasing demands, think differently - and create ...

York Chronic Pain Management Service

York Chronic Pain Management ServicePain is "an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage". At the York Pain ...

Test page

Test pageWhat we do This is what we do . External website .

Wellbeing Choir York

York Hospital’s Wellbeing Choir Phase Two: Wednesdays, 3 April to 3 July 2019* Drop-in between 12.30pm – 1.30pm as your time allows York Hospital Chapel, main corridor Suggested ...

2019 goals

Setting your 2019 goalsThe three peaks of Pen-y-ghent, Ingleborough and Whernside are among the best known hills in the Yorkshire Dales National Park and the 24.5 miles circuit, with an ascent of 1,50 ...

Breast Screening Service

North Yorkshire Breast Screening ServiceAbout the service The York Teaching Hospital Breast Imaging Unit provides the base site for the North Yorkshire Breast Screening Service which covers the regi ...

Members event - The role of the Freedom to speak up / safer working guardian

The Role of the Freedom to Speak Up / Safer Working GuardianThe Trust uniquely employs one person to undertake both roles as both are novel and challenging. They have proactive, reactive, strategic an ...

Junior Doctors nomination form

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eHNA

Electronic Holistic Needs Assessment (eHNA)BackAn Electronic Holistic Needs Assessment (eHNA) is a recognised assessment tool that allows an individual with a cancer diagnosis to identify their most s ...

Treatment Summary

Treatment SummaryA Treatment Summary is a document which encapsulates all of the treatments an individual with a cancer diagnosis has gone through. The document is produced by a Key Worker following t ...

Cancer Care Review

Cancer Care ReviewCancer Care Review (CCR)A Cancer Care Review (CCR) is a discussion between a patient and their GP/practice nurse about their cancer journey. It helps the person affected by cancer ...

Health and Wellbeing

Health and WellbeingHealth and Wellbeing is designed to help people affected by cancer and their family and friends get the support they need during and after cancer treatment. It is designed to suppo ...

Junior Doctors Awards 2019 - Educational or Clinical Supervisor Nomination Form

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Cancer Focus Groups

Focus Groups & Events in York & ScarboroughPlease see below for any Focus Groups we are currently hosting. We host Focus Groups for people Living With and Beyond cancer to gain feedback on our servi ...

Living with and Beyond Cancer Newsletters

Living With and Beyond Cancer NewslettersThis newsletter is designed to keep people informed about the local changes being implemented as part of the Living with & Beyond Cancer agenda. This has bee ...

Long Term Plan

NHS Long Term PlanThe NHS Long Term Plan Summary Ageing Well Cancer Digital Transformation Learning Disability Autism Workforce Mental Health Personalised Care Primary ...

Butterfly Appeal

Help create a new maternity bereavement suite at York Hospital so that families can make memories to last a lifetime. Every week at York Hospital a baby is born that will not survive.  We know th ...

Laura Tinker Butterfly Appeal case study

Laura and Dan Tinker used the existing room in July 2017 following the birth of their son Arthur.  Laura knows how much difference the improved facilities will make: “At the end of a very straig ...

Maternity Transformation - Better Births

Maternity Transformation - Better BirthsThe Local Maternity System (LMS) is a partnership of organisations, women and their families working together to deliver improvements in local maternity service ...

New online maternity classes

Online advice and tour of maternity servicesThese films have been specially created by our staff at the maternity department so that you, your birth partner, family and friends can share your maternit ...

The Butterfly Afternoon Tea

Prosecco Afternoon Tea - Thursday 26 September The Hospitium, Museum Gardens, York, 12 noonProsecco Afternoon Tea -  Thursday 26 September The Hospitium, Museum Gardens, York, 12 noon

Y3P sign up page

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Golf Day 2019

Coronary Care Golf Day- Thursday 9 May

Difficulty getting an appointment

North East York Midwives yhs-tr.northeastmidwives@nhs.net South West York Midwives yhs-tr.southwestmidwives@nhs.net Kath Chapman: 07932 402278 Selby Community Midwives yhs-tr.SelbyC ...

Useful Contacts

Useful Contacts for the Women's Health DirectorateOBSTETRICS & GYNAECOLOGY Gynaecology Appointments: 01904 725561 Gynaecology Reception: 01904 721551 Colposcopy Appointments: 01904 726705 Col ...

TRIAL PAGE - Board of Director Reports - 24 & 29 May 2019

TRIAL PAGE 24 & 29 May 2019Year End Agenda (24 May) - v0.01 Item Paper/Verbal 1.   Apologies for absence and quorum Verbal 2. Report from the Audi ...

Bereavement Services

Bereavement ServicesWelcome to the York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Bereavement Services team. We’re sorry that it is necessary for you to deal with the arrangements following your rece ...

Bereavement support

Bereavement supportThe bereavement services officers at York and Scarborough will: provide you with a Medical Certificate of Cause of Death (MCCD) advise you on how to register the death retur ...

What do I do next?

What to do nextThe bereavement offices are open Monday to Friday from 8.30am to 4.30pm. On the next working day after the death has occurred, please call the Bereavement Services team who will advi ...

The loss of a child

The loss of your childBereavement Services can offer practical advice and support regarding what happens next. This will be an opportunity for you to discuss the next stages with you and look at all y ...

Tell Us Once

Tell Us Once'Tell Us Once' was introduced by the Department of Work and Pensions to enable families to make just one phone call which informs all government based organisations free of charge. Tell ...

Wellbeing Choirs

Our Wellbeing Choirs Singing can lift your mood, boost your immune system and is a great way to meet new people.  To find out more about our Wellbeing Choirs follow the links below, or contact J ...

Wellbeing Choir Scarborough

Scarborough Hospital's Wellbeing Choir Tuesdays, 30 April to 23 July 2019* Drop-in between 12pm – 1pm as your time allows Scarborough Hospital Chapel Suggested donation £2 *THERE ...

Orthopaedic surgery for hips

HipsThe most common cause of hip pain is arthritis; osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Normally a doctor would recommend a course of pain relief before considering whether surgery is necessary. ...

Knees

KneesThe most common causes of knee pain is arthritis - osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis. Normally a doctor would recommend a course of pain relief before considering whether surgery is necess ...

Elbow

ElbowPain in your elbow can be caused by osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and soft tissue injuries. There are a number of different procedures that can be carried out to deal with painful elbow ...

Foot and ankle

Foot and ankleFoot and ankle pain can be caused by arthritis and congenital and other abnormalities. We carry out a number of different foot and ankle procedures, many by keyhole surgery. Foot and a ...

Hand and wrist

Hand and wristWe undertake a number of different types of hand and wrist surgery, including those to treat conditions caused by trauma, osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, carpel tunnel syndrome, an ...

Shoulder

ShoulderShoulder pain is caused by conditions such as osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis and some sports injuries. We undertake a number of different shoulder procedures at our York and Bridlin ...

York facilities

Planned Care Day Unit and Extended Stay Area Many of our planned minor procedures are done on a day case basis and you won’t need to stay in hospital overnight. Sometimes, it may be necessary fo ...

Scarborough Acute Services Review

Scarborough Acute Services ReviewWhat is the Review? York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Scarborough and Ryedale CCG and East Riding CCG, working under the auspices of the Humber, Coast ...

Resources Committee

Resources Committee 2019Date  Location  Time  Notes/Comments for meeting  Agenda and Papers  Additional/Separate Papers   29 May 2019 Discussion/Dining Room, Postgrad ...

Quality Committee

Quality Committee 2019Date  Location  Time  Notes/Comments for meeting  Agenda and Papers  Additional/Separate Papers   29 May 2019 Cedar Room, Woodlands House, Scarb ...

Archive 2015

Board of Directors 2015Date Location Time Notes/Comments for meeting Agenda and Papers Additional/Seperate Papers   16 December 2015 The Boardroom, 2nd Floor A ...

Archive 2016

Board of Directors 2016Date  Location  Time  Notes/Comments for meeting  Agenda and Papers  Additional/Seperate Papers  14 December 2016 Room S33, Postgraduate Centre, Scarbo ...

Archive 2017

Board of Directors 2017Date  Location  Time  Notes/Comments for meeting  Agenda and Papers  Additional/Seperate Papers   13 December 2017 Room S33, Postgraduate Centr ...

Archive 2018

Board of Directors 2018Date  Location  Time  Notes/Comments for meeting  Agenda and Papers  Additional/Seperate Papers   20 December 2018 Boardroom, Foundation Trust ...

Governor Reports

Governor ReportsThe members of the Council of Governors produce reports of their constituency related activities. These updates can be accessed below. October 2018 Ryedale and East Yorkshire ...

Physio Advice Sheets

Physiotherapy Advice Sheets Information Leaflets for parents, practitioners, teachers and carers Awake Time Ideas - Practical advice to help you support your premature infant’s earl ...

Palliative Care NEW

Palliative CareGet In Touch York Palliative Care Team York Hospital, Wigginton Road, York YO318HE 01904 725835   Scarborough Palliative Care Team Scarborough Hospital, Woodlands Dr ...

Contact Us

Contact UsIf you would like to contact any of the governors, please complete the form below,  stating the name of the governor you wish to contact in your message. Please note, governors are ...

Contact Us

Contact UsMembers wishing to contact the Trust can do so by completing the form below. {{seecmsformbuilder_117}}Read our latest news for members  here .

LGBTQ+ at this Trust

LGBTQ+ at this TrustIf you identify as a member of the LGBTQ+ community the Trust is committed to promoting equality, diversity and good relations in everything we do as a community leader, as a provi ...

Star Award finalists 2019

Star Awards finalists 2019 All our staff and volunteers deserve recognition - but there are many that go above and beyond the call of duty to make the Trust a better service - with hard work, e ...

Open Day 2019 Registration

This September, both York and Scarborough hospitals will be opening their doors to the public, as the Trust hosts two behind the scenes open days. To get involved, complete the registration form ...

Travel Plan

Travel PlanView the Trust's Travel Plan Document View the Trust's (Shortened Version) Travel Plan

Who’s who on the wards

Who's who on the wardsThese are the staff you are likely to meet as a patient or visitor to our wards.

Support

Palliative Care SupportNeed support? Are you or is someone you care for trying to cope with a life-limiting illness?  If you need support with distressing physical and emotional problems related to ...

Advance Care Planning

Advance Care PlanningAn advance care plan helps you to consider and record your future care wishes, in the event that you are unable to communicate them. This can include any aspect of your future car ...

What is Palliative Care?

What is Palliative Care?If you have been told you may not get better or you have a life limiting illness you may be offered palliative care.  This means the health and social care professionals who a ...

Palliative Care Services

Palliative Care ServicesYork Teaching Hospital NHS Trust What does this service provide for palliative care patients and their carers? The hospital specialist palliative care team covers Scarborou ...

Patients and Carer Information

Patient and Carer InformationFast Track Care If a person’s condition is both rapidly deteriorating and may be entering a terminal phase, Fast Track Care may be required for immediate provision of ...

Financial Help and Advice

Financial Help and AdviceFinances are often a major problem for palliative care patients and families, due to loss of work or lower earnings.  Additional expenditure can arise from the cost of travel ...

Spiritual Care

Spiritual CareAfter diagnosis of a serious illness many people begin to look at what is important and meaningful to them. They may look at their relationships with their family and friends, at what th ...

Useful Links

Useful LinksNHS – National End of Life Care Programme NHS Choices – End of Life NHS Choices – Cancer Tell Us Once – a government initiative to help those who are bereaved Depar ...

How we support you

How your cancer nurse specialist can support youWho are we? We are a team of nurses who specialise in the care and support of people with a suspected or diagnosed cancer. A Clinical Nurse Specialis ...

Critical Care

Critical Care UnitThe Critical Care Unit is a specialised hospital department that provides treatment and care for people who are very ill. The department provides two levels of care for patients - ...

Shared care training videos

Shared Haemodialysis Care series These videos have been created to give patients and nurses a generic view of dialysis tasks that can be shared or done fully by patients themselves. What ...

Non-Pay Expenditure General

Non-Pay Expenditure GeneralClick on the links below to download the general non-pay expenditure spread sheets. January 2019 February 2019 March 2019 January 2018 February 2018 ...

Non-Pay Expenditure Over 25K

Non-Pay Expenditure Over 25KClick on the links below to download the over 25K non-pay expenditure spread sheets. The data provided in this section dates back as far as the current system will allow ...

Art in the Cancer Care Centre

Art in York Hospital's Cancer Care Centre We've worked with several freelance artists to provide art sessions in York Hospital’s Cancer Care Centre.  Patients, carers, family and friends, hav ...

Pain Physician

Pain PhysicianThe Pain Physicians evaluate and review medication, and assess suitability for and perform interventions. They also support the multidisciplinary team in delivering pain management servi ...

Occupational Therapist

Occupational TherapistAn occupational therapist has professional skills in helping you manage any difficulties in your occupational performance i.e. the ability to organise and perform your daily rout ...

Physiotherapist

PhysiotherapistThe physiotherapist in the pain clinic looks to assist you in reactivation as long term pain can lead to reduced activity levels. Helping you to gain confidence with activity can benefi ...

Nurse

Specialist NurseThe Specialist Nurses who work in the pain clinic can help and support you in the management of your pain. They will work with you on both a 1:1 basis and/or in a joint or group format ...

Clinical Psychologist

Clinical PsychologistClinical Psychologists are specially trained in helping people to cope with the thoughts, feelings and behaviours that accompany chronic pain. When working with a psychologist, yo ...

Admin Team

Admin TeamThe Admin Team has a shared commitment to put you, the patient, at the centre of everything they do by being caring, helpful and respectful. The Admin Team provides full secretarial and admi ...

Skydiving

Skydive- Saturday 21 SeptemberJoin us for a day of firsts for most people. Jumping from a plane at 12,000ft isn't an easy task but its one worth trying. Taking to skies from Bridlington Airfield at ...

Babies remembrance service

Babies remembrance service A service of love, thanksgiving and remembrance has been organised by York's still birth and neonatal death charity, SANDS, and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust ...

Bank holiday plea

Media Release (from North Yorkshire and York) Plea to patients during bank holidays Patients across North Yorkshire and York taking regular medication are being asked to make sure they have enough ...

Changes to times at Easingwold Health Centre

Changes to reception opening hours at Easingwold Health Centre From 17 September, there will be changes to the opening hours of the reception at Easingwold Health Centre. Currently the reception is ...

Disruption to ASDA Blood taking

Due to reduced staffing levels within the Phlebotomy Department, the Trust's blood taking service at ASDA Monks Cross will be disrupted this week. Specifically, there will be NO afternoon service on W ...

Gold for keyhole surgery

Gold award for keyhole surgery in York Patients undergoing keyhole surgery at York Hospital are getting some of the best treatment in the country according to the professional body that regulates and ...

Governor elections 2012

Governor elections 2012 York has been a Foundation Trust for five years and has established clear processes for involving its elected and appointed Governors in oversight of its activities - through ...

Hospital governors’ public meeting

Hospital governors' public meeting A special public meeting of the Council of Governors of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will be held on 23 May 2012 at the York Hospital Social Club, W ...

Hospital parking wins safe award

Hospital parking wins safe award Parking facilities at York Hospital have been given the thumbs up by the police for providing a safe environment for visitors. The Safer Parking Scheme is an initiati ...

Hospital supports Nutrition and Hydration Week

Hospital supports Nutrition and Hydration Week Staff at York Hospital have launched a week long campaign to highlight the importance of nutrition and hydration for patients staying in hospital. The ...

Hospital urges responsible visiting

Hospital urges responsible visiting Health professionals at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are urging people to take extra precautions when visiting friends and family at the hospital. ...

Know your HIV status

Know your HIV status: First ever National HIV Testing Week This month sees the launch of England's first ever National HIV Testing Week. The week, which will run from 23 - 30 November, is being co-o ...

Maternity's new feeding facilities

Maternity unit's new feeding facilities New mums who want to bottle feed their babies will be given extra support from maternity staff at York Hospital on how to safely prepare feeds during their st ...

National Apprentice Week

York Hospital champions apprenticeship scheme Apprentices have been given a unique chance to gain experience in a medical laboratory thanks to two new roles created at York Hospital. The roles highli ...

New Year - key time to quit smoking

New Year - Key Time to Quit Smoking Research shows that most smokers get motivated to quit very suddenly, spurred into action by a specific event or milestone, such as New Year's resolution, getting ...

A taste of patient safety

 A taste of patient safetyToday (Monday 18 March) marks the start of the second annual Nutrition and Hydration Week which aims to reinforce and focus energy, activity and engagement on nutrition and ...

Apprentices make it to regional finals

 Apprentices make it to regional finalsTwo apprentices from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have made it to the finals of the Yorkshire and Humber region NHS apprenticeship awards organis ...

Art brings seaside to the hospital

Art exhibition brings seaside to the hospitalA new art exhibition recently unveiled at York Hospital is bringing a nautical feel to the hospital corridors for patients, staff and visitors to enjoy.  ...

Babies Remembrance Service

Babies Remembrance ServiceA service of love, thanksgiving and remembrance has been organised by York’s still birth and neonatal death charity, SANDS, and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. ...

Breastfeeding support group to get new premises

Breastfeeding support group to get new premisesA breastfeeding support group established by York Health Visitors is moving to new premises this August in time for World Breastfeeding Week.       ...

Bridlington Hospital opens doors to the public

Bridlington Hospital opens doors to publicBridlington Hospital is soon to hold its first ever open day inviting members of the public to find out more about what happens in their local hospital. The ...

Budding garden designer wanted to help create Chemotherapy garden

Budding garden designer wanted to help create Chemotherapy gardenYork Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is on the look out for a budding garden design student to help create a new garden for chemotherapy ...

BUMP physiotherapy groups

BUMP physiotherapy groups in York and SelbyIf you are pregnant and over 20 weeks you are invited to come to a one off group physiotherapy session. Here an obstetric physiotherapist will give advice, i ...

Cancer Trust donates special equipment

Cancer trust donates special equipment Staff from the Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) department at York Hospital were delighted to receive a much needed donation of special equipment to help patients who ...

Carers invited to attend training day at Scarborough Hospital

Carers invited to attend training day at Scarborough HopsitalLocal people who care for family members at home are being invited to attend a training day at Scarborough Hospital on Tuesday 12 March. ...

Changes to Selby bloodtaking service

The Selby bloodtaking service is changing...From Monday 4 November 2013, the bloodtaking service provided at Selby will be a drop in service delivered from the outpatient department at The New Selby W ...

Changes to visiting hours at Selby Hospital

Changes to visiting hours at Selby HospitalFrom 1 January 2014 the visiting times on the In Patient Unit at the New Selby War Memorial Hospital will change to 2.30pm till 5pm and from 6pm till 7.30pm ...

CQC gives Trust clean bill of health

CQC gives Trust clean bill of healthYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been given a clean bill of health by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) following its latest inspection visit. The ...

Extra support for patients with learning disabilities

Extra support for patients with learning disabilitiesA new service has been launched at Scarborough Hospital to help adults with learning disabilities receive support when they need hospital care. Yo ...

Free fitness activities for children

Kids – it’s fun to be fit!A whole week of fun activities for children is being offered in Scarborough this July to encourage their interest in getting fit, keeping healthy and living longer. To c ...

Governor Elections

Governor ElectionsThe Trust is currently holding elections for membership to the Council of Governors. Nominations are being sought from the following areas in the Trust. York - there are three a ...

Help to improve maternity services

Help to improve maternity services Local women who have had a baby in the last five years are being invited to be part of a user forum to help improve maternity services at York Teaching Hospita ...

Hospital creates dementia friendly ward

Hospital creates dementia friendly ward 11 October 2013Staff at York Hospital gathered to celebrate the re-opening of ward 37 which cares for older adults with both physical and mental health needs. ...

Hospital focuses on food and drink

Hospital focuses on food and drink York Hospital recently celebrated Nutrition and Hydration Week with a tea party to promote the importance of good nutrition and hydration to staff, patients and vis ...

Hospital holds knit for Christmas

Hospital holds knit for ChristmasChristmas preparations have already begun at York Hospital and everyone is invited to join in. The hospital has launched a ‘Knit before Christmas’ where people can ...

Hospital Trust invites patients to name health heroes

Hospital trust invites patients to name health heroes For the first time York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is inviting patients to nominate a worthy recipient for a new award category in ...

Hospital’s ‘skin watch’ event success

Hospital's skin watch event success More than 150 people played it 'skin safe' at last week's event held by the Dermatology Department at York Hospital where four doctors and a team of nurses were on ...

Kids – it’s fun to be fit!

Kids – it’s fun to be fit!A whole week of fun activities for children is being offered in Scarborough, Whitby and Malton this July to encourage their interest in getting fit, keeping healthy and l ...

Labour ward refurbishment

Labour ward refurbishmentThe eagerly awaited refurbishment of some of our Labour Ward rooms at York Hospital started on 13 May 2013. This refurbishment is expected to take 8 weeks and during this time ...

Malton Hospital Friends Donate Scanner

Malton Hospital Friends donate scannerMalton Hospital is set to get a state-of-the-art digital X-ray scanner machine worth thousands of pounds thanks to the hospital’s League of Friends. The chari ...

Malton MIU weekend re-opening

Date announced for Malton MIU weekend reopeningMedia release from Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group NHS Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has today announc ...

Malton opens hospital for open day

Malton Hospital opens doors to public for open dayMalton Hospital will be throwing open its doors to the public this month for its first ever open day. The much anticipated event will give visitors a ...

MP views maternity investment

MP views maternity investment 11 October 2013Local MP Hugh Bayley paid a visit to the Maternity Department at York Hospital to see first hand the improvements to maternity facilities following gove ...

New blood taking service for Selby

New blood taking service for SelbyAnyone needing a blood test is set to benefit from a new drop-in blood taking service being launched at the New Selby War Memorial Hospital. The service will be avail ...

New hospital governors

New hospital governors New hospital governors have been appointed to the Council of Governors of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The newly elected governors will provide a link bet ...

New Phlebotomy suite at York Hospital

New phlebotomy suite at York HospitalFacilities for people using the drop-in service for blood tests at York Hospital have been much improved following a complete refurbishment of the phlebotomy suite ...

New portable equipment for Bridlington Hospital thanks to Friends

New portable equipment for Bridlington Hospital thanks to FriendsOn Wednesday 20 February, members of the Bridlington Hospital League of Friends paid a visit to the hospital to see the two new pieces ...

New Surgical Investment for Scarborough Hospital

New Surgical Investment for Scarborough HospitalA new High Observation Bay (HOB) otherwise known as a Surgical Level One Facility has opened on Maple Ward at Scarborough Hospital. This dedicated six ...

NHS holds 35th Annual Carol Concert in York Minster

NHS holds 35th Annual Concert in York MinsterThe traditional NHS Christmas carol concert at York Minster is being held for the 35th year on Wednesday 11 December. Current and former NHS staff across Y ...

Nurse recruitment at the Trust

Nurse recruitment at the TrustAre you a registered adult general nurse looking for a great place to start or  further your nursing career? Are you looking for a place where every day starts and ends ...

Nurse recruitment campaign

Nurse Recruitment CampaignAre you a registered adult general nurse looking for a great place to start or further your nursing career? Are you looking for a place where every day starts and ends with ...

Nurse recruitment day - Saturday 26 October

Nurse recruitment one stop shopMeet the team, apply, have an interview, get an offer – all in one day! Are you registered adult general nurse looking for a great place to start or  further your n ...

Scarborough and Bridlington Hospitals seek volunteers

Scarborough and Bridlington Hospitals seek volunteersWould-be volunteers are being offered the opportunity to discover how they can help improve patients’ lives during their stay at Bridlington and ...

Scarborough buses over the festive period

Scarborough buses over the festive period Scarborough & District Buses have now released details of their festive bus schedules for 2013, including special Boxing Day services in Scarborough. Buses ...

Scarborough event for World Diabetes Day

Scarborough event for World Diabetes DayPeople are invited to find out more about diabetes and how healthy eating and exercise can help prevent the disease at a special event being held in Scarborough ...

Scarborough Hospital expands cancer information service

Scarborough Hospital expands cancer information serviceScarborough Hospital is to offer face to face and telephone support for people with cancer and their families four days a week with Macmillan inf ...

Scarborough Open Day

Scarborough Hospital plans first ever Open Day Scarborough Hospital is preparing to throw open its doors to the public on Thursday 15 August for its first ever Open Day. This unique event will enable ...

Selby Hospital opens doors to the public

Selby Hospital opens doors to publicSelby Hospital is soon to hold its first ever open day inviting members of the public to find out more about what happens in their local hospital. The open day wil ...

St Monica’s Friends boost hospital

St Monica’s Friends boost hospitalOver £120,000 of improvements have been made to St Monica’s Hospital in Easingwold thanks to the generosity of local charity, the League of Friends of St Monica ...

Trust’s plea to visitors this winter

Trust’s plea to visitors this winterYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is appealing for the support of the public to help prevent the spread of infections this winter. It’s the time of y ...

Upcoming open days at our hospitals

Upcoming open days at our hospitals Open days will soon be taking place at York, Scarborough and Bridlington hospitals and a series of roadshows at our community hospitals that both members of the pu ...

Whitby Hospital hosts Open Day

Whitby Hospital hosts Open DayIf you have ever found yourself wondering how a hospital operates or have always wanted to learn about different healthcare roles, don’t miss Whitby Hospital’s Open D ...

Work commences on Scarborough maternity theatre

Work commences on Scarborough maternity theatre Work has commenced on a major refurbishment of the Maternity Theatre at Scarborough Hospital. The theatre, which is used for a range of emergency and ...

York Hospital administers ‘clot busting’ drug to 200th patient

York Hospital administers ‘clot busting’ drug to 200th patientStaff at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have exceeded Government targets and administered a clot-busting drug to their 2 ...

York Hospital and City of York Council urge sensible drinking

York Hospital and City of York Council urge sensible drinkingAfter a challenging weekend in York Hospital’s Emergency Department due to alcohol-related disturbances earlier this month York Hospital ...

York Hospital celebrates 365 days MRSA free

York Hospital celebrates 365 days MRSA freeOn Saturday (9 March) York Hospital reported 365 days without a hospital acquired MRSA infection. Often referred to as the ‘hospital superbug’ MRSA stan ...

York Hospital holds 'skin watch' day

York Hospital holds ‘skin watch’ dayThe Dermatology Department at York Hospital is opening its doors and encouraging the public to be skin safe. A special Skin Watch open day is being held at th ...

York Hospital Open Day and AGM

York Hospital Open Day and AGMMembers of the pubic will have the opportunity to learn more about York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust via an Open Day on Thursday 19 September from 2.30pm. Vis ...

York Hospital Open Day and AGM

York Open Day and AGM on Thursday 19 SeptemberMembers of the pubic will have the opportunity to learn more about York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and discover what goes on ‘behind the sce ...

York Hospital opens departments to the public

York Hospital opens departments to the publicYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is once again opening its doors to the public to give an exclusive insider look at some of the hospital departm ...

York Teaching Hospital and University of York join together to create the ‘York Clinical Research Facility’

York Teaching Hospital and University of York join together to create the ‘York Clinical Research Facility’York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the University of York are joining forces ...

#Hello my name is...

'#Hello my name is...'As part of NHS Change Day, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has made a pledge to get onboard the '#Hellomynameis...' campaign.    In December 2012, Dr Kate Grange ...

All it takes is an introduction

All it takes is an introductionOn NHS Change Day, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust made a pledge to get onboard the '#Hello my name is...' campaign which calls upon staff to tell patients ...

Appeal for crutches at Scarborough

Scarborough Hospital appeal for returned crutchesStaff from the Emergency Department at Scarborough Hospital are appealing to the public for the return of borrowed crutches which are badly needed for ...

Babies Remembrance Service

Parents and families who have suffered the loss of a baby are being invited to attend an annual remembrance service which will take place at St Luke’s Church in Scarborough on Wednesday 18 June. ...

Babies remembrance service

Babies Remembrance ServiceA service of love, thanksgiving and remembrance has been organised by York’s still birth and neonatal death charity, SANDS, and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. ...

Bridlington Chef is one of the longest serving NHS employees at Trust

Ken Brown, Head Chef at Bridlington Hospital, is one of the longest serving NHS employee at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Bridlington public meeting

Hospital Trust and Healthwatch to host joint public meetingYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire, is hosting a public meeting to give pe ...

Building work begins at York A&E

Building work begins at York A&EYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has warned of disruptions due to building works outside the front of York Hospital’s Emergency Department. Improvements ar ...

Bump classes introduced to promote active labour

Bump classes introduced to promote active labour  A new one–off group exercise and information session called ‘BUMP’ has been launched for women who are over 20 weeks pregnant. Pregnant women ...

Cancer care garden hads over to volunteers

Cancer care garden celebrates one year with handover to volunteersAfter a year of nurturing the new garden at the Cancer Care Centre at York Hospital, garden designer Sue Lindley has handed over to a ...

Celebration of Achievement Winners to be Announced on Thursday

On Thursday night, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will reveal the winners of this year’s Celebration of Achievement awards at a glittering awards ceremony at York Racecourse.

Celebration of staff at annual recognition awards

Last night the winners of the Celebration of Achievement awards were announced at a glittering awards ceremony at York Racecourse.

Chlamydia campaign

Sexual health campaign rolls out to York Get tested – only then can you say #YorClear, is the message that will be promoted to students in York on Thursday as an innovative awareness campaign is r ...

Christmas Pantomime brings festive magic to young patients at York Hospital

Christmas is a particularly difficult time of year for children to be in hospital so this festive season, Starlight Children’s Foundation will bring a big dose of fun and laughter to poorly children ...

Closure of Monitor investigation

Closure of Monitor investigation Monitor, the Foundation Trust regulator, has announced that it is closing its formal investigation into York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s compliance wit ...

Dedicated Ambulance Assessment Unit Officially Opens at York Hospital

In order to improve clinical services and patient experience a new dedicated ambulance assessment unit has opened at York Hospital.

Discharge Lounge open mornings

Discharge Lounge open morningsYou are invited to come and find out more about the patient flow team and Discharge Lounge at York Hospital. Our patient flow team will be available in the main entrance ...

Dying Matters Week in York

Dying Matters Week in YorkGetting people to talk about the subject of death and dying can be difficult, but a campaign aimed at encouraging people to be prepared and think about their dying wishes hig ...

Emergency Contraception now available from every YorClinic

Monday marked the start of Sexual Health Awareness Week 2014, and this year it’s all about Emergency Contraception and helping make women feel comfortable and confident asking for it.

Events celebrate Breastfeeding Awareness Week

Monday 19 May marks the start of Breastfeeding Awareness Week, a national awareness week which aims to promote the benefits of breastfeeding. In order to promote the benefits of breastfeeding, Midw ...

Festive lights for York’s cancer care centre

York Hospital’s cancer care centre garden is hosting a festive illuminated display thanks to the handiwork of patients and visitors.

Free parking at Union Terrace Car Park near York Hospital

City of York Council is offering free car parking in eight council run car parks between 8am and 11am each Thursday, Friday and Saturday for an initial period of one year.

Get Tested During HIV Awareness Week

Monday marks the start of HIV Testing Week, a European-wide awareness week, which aims to encourage people to ‘Talk HIV Test HIV.’ During the awareness week, many extra opportunities to test for H ...

Governor elections

Governor Elections 2014Thank you for your continued support of your local hospitals. York has been a Foundation Trust for over six years and has established clear processes for involving its elected a ...

Healthcare assistant recruitment day

Healthcare Assistant recruitment event in York An open day aimed at recruiting healthcare assistants is being held at York Hospital this Friday 5 September at 2pm. A further session will be held on ...

Home Birth Information Sessions

Home Birth Information SessionsExpectant mothers who would like to find out more about having a home birth are invited to attend an information session hosted by midwives from York Teaching Hospital N ...

'It only takes one swipe' Yorsexualhealth launch new online awareness campaign

The Yorsexualhealth youth marketing team will be out and about in Scarborough town centre on Saturday 14 March, to raise awareness that ‘it only takes one swipe’ to not only find a sexual partner ...

All it takes is an introduction…

Last year York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust made a pledge to get onboard the '#Hello my name is...' campaign which calls upon staff to introduce themselves to patients.

Alzheimer’s Society CEO visits Scarborough Hospital to find out more about Dementia work

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and the Alzheimer’s Society have been working in partnership to provide in-house dementia support at Scarborough Hospital.

Appeal for knitters to help with dementia project

Scarborough Hospital is appealing for keen knitters to get involved in a new scheme to help patients with dementia.

Archbishop visits York Hospital

The Archbishop of York visited York Hospital on Thursday. Dr Sentamu visited surgical and medical wards to speak with staff and patients, spending time with the Chaplaincy Team and volunteers at the h ...

Babies remembrance service

Babies remembrance serviceA service of love, thanksgiving and remembrance has been organised by York’s still birth and neonatal death charity, SANDS, and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. ...

Blue Badge Parking at Scarborough Hospital

Work is currently taking place at Scarborough Hospital to increase the blue badge capacity at the front of the hospital. This work will take the number of blue badge spaces from six to 27 in phase one ...

Blue skies to raise awareness of prostate cancer

During 2015 York Hospital is lighting the skies to promote the awareness of different health campaigns. Following the British Heart Foundation’s ‘healthy hearts’ campaign in February, where the ...

Bridlington epilepsy service

Bridlington epilepsy service goes from strength to strength A service in Bridlington for people with epilepsy has been so successful that sessions have increased from one clinic a month to two a wee ...

Bridlington Hospital celebrates successful first year of Orthopaedic surgery

Bridlington Hospital has celebrated its first anniversary since elective orthopaedic surgery relocated from Scarborough Hospital last April. The first orthopaedic procedure was performed at Bridli ...

Cancer Information and Support Service reopens after refurbishment

An event has been held today (Friday 18 December) to celebrate the reopening of the Cancer Information and Support Service at Scarborough Hospital.

Celebrating 30 years of support from The Friends of The New Selby War Memorial Hospital

A special ceremony in aid of The Friends of The New Selby War Memorial Hospital is to be held on Thursday 27 August to celebrate 30 years of support and dedication to the community.

Celebrating National Volunteers Week

National Volunteers Week takes place next week from 1 – 7 June 2015. The week is an annual celebration of the remarkable contribution that volunteers make across the UK day in, day out. York Teachin ...

Changes to Scarborough Hospital Switchboard System

Following the successful implementation of a virtual operator switchboard system at York Hospital in 2012, the system is being rolled out across Scarborough and Bridlington Hospitals.

Concessionary bus pass travel for early appointments in the York Area

Concessionary bus pass travel for early appointments in the York AreaIf you need to travel to York Hospital before 9am for an appointment, if you have a concessionary bus pass, some local bus opera ...

Contacting PALS

As a patient, relative or carer, sometimes you may need to turn to someone for on the spot help, advice and support. If needed, we will help you to sort out any concerns you may have about the care we ...

CQC Inspection

We have been informed by the CQC that we will be one of the hospitals that will be included in their scheduled inspections for Quarter Four. This inspection will take place between 17 and 20 March 20 ...

Energy Centre to save Trust £12.7million

Today (Wednesday 4 March) marked the official opening of the refurbished Energy Centre at York Hospital when Vital Energi, the appointed supplier for the project, officially handed over the centre to ...

First Self Care Dialysis Unit opens at Harrogate Hospital

A new Self Care Dialysis Unit officially opened at Harrogate District Hospital today which will allow kidney patients to manage their own dialysis treatment. This is the first Self Care Dialysis Unit ...

Flooding Update

For news and advice with regards to flooding.

HIV Testing Week

Saturday marks the start of HIV Testing Week, a national awareness week, which aims to encourage people to get tested for HIV.

Hospital joins Chinese New Year celebrations

York Hospital is celebrating Chinese New Year with a vibrant display of a Chinese dragon parading in the hospital main corridor.

Hospital shines bright to raise awareness of skin cancer

Specialist skin cancer nurses at York Hospital are warning people not to let sunburn catch them out this summer by providing advice and information to help prevent and detect skin cancer.

Hospital summer placement scheme for York students

Hospital summer placements scheme for York studentsYork Hospital has launched an innovative scheme to give young people the opportunity for real paid work experience in a hospital environment. It is ...

Hospital trust backs campaign to support breastfeeding for working women

Health professionals in York have been out and about this week raising awareness of this year’s campaign for World Breastfeeding Week - ‘Breastfeeding and Work, let’s make it work!’ ...

Hospital Trust holds Rheumatology and Dermatology Research awareness event

Hospital Trust holds Rheumatology and Dermatology Research awareness eventAn event billed as the first of its kind in York has been organised by the rheumatology and dermatology research teams at York ...

It's sexual health week: time for a sexual health MOT

This week marks Sexual Health Week, and with the focus of the week being happiness and wellbeing, it’s the perfect opportunity to get a sexual health MOT at one of the new one-stop-shop sexual healt ...

Join Mark and run the Yorkshire Marathon for YTHC

When Mark Rogers received a call to say his mum was in A&E at York Hospital it was the start of a 36 hour roller coaster journey which changed his life.

Join us for 'More Christmas Tea Vicar'

All staff, patients and visitors are invited to join the York Hospital Choir for 'More Christmas Tea Vicar' on 17 December in the York Hospital Chapel. It's a drop-in event and you are welcome to atte ...

Junior doctors strike

Strike by junior doctorsThe BMA has balloted its members who have voted in favour of industrial action over changes to junior doctors’ contracts. Should the action go ahead, a number of doctors at Y ...

Keepsake books for premature babies receive charity boost

Keepsake books for premature babies receive charity boost A scheme to provide keepsake ‘journey books’ for babies born at Scarborough Hospital’s Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) received a boost t ...

Keith celebrates half a century ‘on air’ to York Hospital

Saturday 25 July marked a very special day for one of the volunteer broadcasters at York Hospital Radio –it marked 50 years since Saturday morning presenter Keith Lea joined the radio station.

Last chance to name your health hero

Nominations for the Celebration of Achievement Awards 2015 are open for just another week and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is appealing to the public to nominate a staff member or team ...

Lights go red for World Aids Day

HIV Testing Week culminates in World Aids Day which takes place on Tuesday December 1, when York Hospital will be lit up in red lights.

Lilac Ward nears Completion

Scarborough Hospital’s new ward is nearing completion and is due to be finished at the end of this month. It will become operational in mid-March following a programme of deep-cleaning.

Local community helps makes over 100 Twiddlemuffs for dementia patients

Scarborough residents have been busy. Over 100 knitted inventions called Twiddlemuffs have now been made by the local community and sent into Scarborough Hospital, to be used by patients with dementia ...

38th Annual NHS Regional Carol Service

38th Annual NHS Regional Carol ServiceThe 38th Annual NHS Regional Carol Service took place on 7 December 2016 at York Minster to give thanks and rejoice. The Service of readings and carols signalle ...

Archbishop welcomes new chaplain to York Hospital

The Most Reverend & Right Honourable Dr. John Sentamu, Archbishop of York leads service to license York Hospital's new chaplian The Reverend Rachel Bailes.

Archways Intermediate Care Unit

Services currently delivered from Archways Intermediate Care Unit will, in future, be provided through the York Community Response Team.

Babies remembrance service

Parents and families who have suffered the loss of a baby are being invited to attend an annual remembrance service which will take place at St Luke’s Church in Scarborough on Wednesday 29 June. ...

Babies remembrance service

A service of love, thanksgiving and remembrance has been organised by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and SANDS, the Stillbirth and Neonatal death charity.

Baby Friendly is best for Hospital Trust

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded the prestigious Baby Friendly Award and is the latest UK health care facility to win international recognition from UNICEF (United Nations ...

Bank Holiday sexual health walk-in clinic Selby

YorSexualHealth is putting on an additional bank holiday walk-in clinic tomorrow from 11am until 2pm.

CCG calls on residents to ‘do their bit’ to help stop spread of winter vomiting bug

CCG calls on residents to ‘do their bit’ to help stop spread of winter vomiting bug

Celebrating NHS Sustainability Day

Celebrating NHS Sustainability DayStaff at York Hospital celebrated NHS Sustainability Day on Thursday 24 March by highlighting the innovative ‘green’ schemes which are significantly reducing car ...

Celebrating our volunteers

Over the past 12 days York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been celebrating the work of its 300 volunteers as it takes part in the Big Celebration as part of National Volunteers' Week.

Construction work at Malton Hospital

Construction work to create a new Urology Clinic is now underway at the Malton Hospital site.

Dying Matters Week

Hospital starts ‘Big Conversation’Getting people to talk about the subject of death and dying can be difficult, but a campaign aimed at encouraging people to be prepared and think about their dyin ...

Flood damage to Tadcaster Health Centre

Due to flood damage, there will be no clinics at Tadcaster Health Centre over the coming weeks whilst work takes place to repair the building.

Happy first birthday to our YorSexualhealth team!

This month YorSexualHealth is celebrating its first birthday since launching its new integrated service on 1 July 2015.

Have you thought about a career as a District Nurse?

We are working in partnership with NHS Yorkshire and the Humber, other local healthcare providers and Leeds Beckett University on a regional campaign to recruit registered nurses to undertake a Distri ...

Hospital staff take up the baton for good hand hygiene

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust staff promoted good hand hygiene in a novel way when they took part in a torch relay with a difference. Staff from t ...

Hospital Trust signs up to John’s Campaign

Hospital Trust signs up to John’s Campaign

House of Lords approval for York’s new liver disease service

House of Lords approval for York’s new liver disease serviceYork Hospital’s new specialised service focusing exclusively on liver disease received approval from the House of Lords at a recent even ...

Industrial Action - Wednesday 5 April 2016

If you are due to come to hospital and have not heard from us please attend as normal. If patients are in any doubt about whether to attend, they should get in touch with the department or clinic conc ...

Join us at our Recruitment Marketplace event!

We are delighted to announce the date for our first ever Trust-wide recruitment marketplace event which will take place between 10am and 2pm on Saturday 23 April 2016.

Junior Doctor Strike

Like all NHS Trusts we have been working hard to ensure that as few patients as possible are affected by today's industrial action.

Junior Doctors Industrial Action: 26 and 27 April

Junior Doctors Industrial Action: 26 and 27 AprilLike all NHS Trusts we have been working hard to ensure that we can continue to provide safe services during the industrial action. We have bee ...

Medicine for Members - Free CPR sessions introduced for Members

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has launched Medicine for Members, a series of exclusive talks and events for its members. The first event to be arranged is a basic CPR training session w ...

Meet your Foundation Trust Governor

A number of events have been arranged across the region for members of the public to meet their local NHS Foundation Trust Governor.

Membership event - End of Life Care

End of Life care presentation for trust membersDeath and dying are inevitable.  Palliative and end of life care must be a priority. The quality and accessibility of this care will affect al ...

New Energy Centre Opens at Bridlington Hospital

Thursday 24 March marked NHS Sustainability Day, the perfect occasion to celebrate the official opening of the refurbished Energy Centre at Bridlington Hospital.

New hospital art exhibition celebrates World Down Syndrome Day

A new exhibition focussing on celebrating World Down Syndrome Day (21 March) has been launched at York Hospital.

New maternity bereavement Suite is completed thanks to Snowdrop Appeal

Scarborough Hospital’s new maternity bereavement suite, which was made possible thanks to money raised by The Snowdrop Appeal, has now been completed.

New Nippy machines thanks to League of Friends

The Scarborough Hospital League of Friends has provided funding to buy two new NIPPY Clearway Ventilators for the Respiratory Physiotherapy Team at Scarborough Hospital.

New trauma network website

Last week saw the launch of the new North Yorkshire and Humberside Major Trauma network website - www.nyhtraumanetwork.nhs.uk

New Unit for Cardio Respiratory Team at Scarborough Hospital

The Cardio Respiratory Team at Scarborough Hospital has moved into a new purpose built home located next to the Coronary Care Unit.

NHS holds traditional Annual Carol Concert in York Minster

Annual NHS Regional Carol Service 2016The 38th Annual NHS Regional Carol Service will take place on 7 December 2016 at York Minster.  Tickets are not required, and doors open at 6.30pm with t ...

Our Trust takes to the streets to celebrate research

An event to celebrate this year’s International Clinical Trials Day is being held in the centre of York where NHS research staff will be highlighting how clinical trials play a huge role in finding ...

Paid for shuttle bus service launches on Monday

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with East Riding of Yorkshire Council, Scarborough and Ryedale CCG and Bridlington Town Council, is pleased to announce that a 12 week pilot ...

Patient and visitor travel survey

Patient and visitor travel surveyThis is the first edition of an annual survey we will be conducting with the aim to improve the transport services and enhance the visitor and patient experience at o ...

Photography competition celebrates LGBT month

Photography competition celebrates LGBT monthTo celebrate LGBT History month, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has launched a photographic competition inviting people to send in their ph ...

Pioneering Trauma Training to be delivered from Scarborough Hospital

This week, 60 candidates from across the region will undergo instructor training to enable them to deliver specialist trauma life support courses across Yorkshire as a pioneering training course is de ...

Public asked to name their health hero

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is appealing to the public to nominate a staff member or team who they feel deserves special recognition at its annual staff award ceremony.

Scarborough Hospital Postgraduate Centre to hold Open Day

Members of the public will have an opportunity to go behind the scenes of their local hospital to find out about medical innovation, technology and training at an upcoming open day hosted by Scarborou ...

Scarborough Hospital secures prestigious award

Scarborough Hospital secures prestigious awardYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Kier are celebrating after being announced winners at the 18th annual Building Better Healthcare Award ...

School students help create ‘Scenes of Bridlington’ artwork for local hospital

School students help create ‘Scenes of Bridlington’ artwork for local hospital

Smoking mums to be encouraged to stub it out

Shocking statistics released by NHS Scarborough and Ryedale CCG show that on average, one in five women who gave birth at Scarborough Hospital last year smoked during their pregnancy.

Students help create ‘Scenes of Bridlington’ artwork for local Hospital

Bridlington students have been learning new skills as part of a project to create a series of artwork for Bridlington Hospital made entirely from dyed and felted merino wool.

Sustainability and Transformation plan

Plan for local healthcare transformation publishedThe Humber Coast and Vale Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) has been published today, 21 November 2016. The plan is the first stage i ...

Trust celebrates 100,000 pieces of Friends and Family feedback

This week, staff at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, will be raising awareness of the importance of patient feedback and the Friends and Family Test as it joins other NHS organisations in ...

Trust celebrates breastfeeding during awareness week

This year National Breastfeeding Celebration Week will run from Saturday 18 to Monday 27 June and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will be providing an opportunity for mothers, breastfeedin ...

Trust holds Annual General Meeting

Hospital Trust holds Annual General MeetingYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, which runs services in York and North Yorkshire, is holding its Annual General Meeting (AGM) this month at York ...

Trust holds innovative recruitment marketplace event

Trust holds innovative recruitment marketplace event York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is holding a recruitment marketplace event, at Scarborough Hos ...

Trust hosts AIDS quilt

  Memorial Quilt marks World Aids Day across North YorkshireYork Trust marked World Aids Day on Thursday 1 December by hosting the North Yorkshire Aids Memorial Quilt and book of remembranc ...

Trust makes pledge to Carers during Dementia Awareness Week

Dementia Awareness Week takes place this week and York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is using the national awareness week to not only highlight its work in this important area but to make a p ...

Trust recruitment open day

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is holding a recruitment open day

Trust seeks candidate for non-executive director role

Trust seeks candidate for non-executive director role

Urinary Stone Support Group is launched in Scarborough

Following the success of the Prostate Cancer support Group, the Urology department at Scarborough Hospital is launching a further group dedicated to supporting patients with urinary tract stones

Visit responsibly: wards closed due to norovirus

Ward closuresAt York Hospital Wards 24 and 26 are currently closed due to confirmed norovirus. Ward 37 is also closed due to suspected gastroenteritis as is Ann Wright Ward at Scarborough Hospital. ...

Visiting restrictions at Scarborough Hospital

Due to an outbreak of norovirus at Scarborough Hospital, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has made the decision to restrict visiting to the hospital in order to ensure the safety of patient ...

Youngsters take over hospital as part of Takeover Challenge!

Youngsters take over hospital as part of Takeover Challenge!

Babies remembrance service

Babies remembrance serviceParents and relatives who have lost a baby are invited to join a special service of love, thanksgiving and remembrance this Mother’s Day (Sunday 26 March). The service h ...

Babies remembrance service

Babies remembrance serviceParents and families who have suffered the loss of a baby are being invited to attend an annual remembrance service, which will take place at St Luke’s Church in Scarbor ...

Calling all patients - name your health hero!

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is once again appealing to the public to nominate a staff member or team who they feel deserves special recognition at our annual staff award ceremony.

Changes to maternity service at Scarborough Hospital

Changes to maternity service at Scarborough Hospital

Energy Centre opens at Scarborough Hospital

Thursday 23 March saw York Teaching Hospital celebrate NHS Sustainability Day with the official opening and handover of the refurbished, low-carbon Energy Centre at Scarborough Hospital, which has bee ...

Final call for new governors for local NHS Trust

Final call for new governors for local NHS TrustYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is looking to recruit new governors to help influence the future of its health services and is urging peo ...

First mobile chemotherapy unit in Yorkshire launched

First mobile chemotherapy unit in Yorkshire launched

Hospital celebrates its volunteers’

York Hospital Trust will be celebrating the work of its 300 volunteers’ as it takes part in the ‘Big Celebration’, for National Volunteers Week.

Hypnobirthing sessions in North Yorkshire

  Midwives offer local mums-to-be a calm and natural HypnobirthA new antenatal programme which helps train women to have a calm and natural birth is now being offered across North Yorkshire. S ...

Invitation to attend the Trust’s Annual Members Meeting

Invitation to attend the Trust’s Annual Members Meeting

Labour of love repairs historic gates

Historic iron gates installed over 150 years ago on the site of York Hospital have been lovingly restored to their former glory in partnership with York Civic Trust

Maternity survey

2017 National Maternity surveyThe 2017 Maternity Survey is part of a national survey programme run by CQC to collect feedback on the experiences of women using NHS maternity services across the ...

New appeal to help patients with dementia in our hospitals

York Hospital Charity's Dementia Appeal is ready for it's official launch.

New NHS physiotherapy service launched

New NHS physiotherapy service launchedA new physiotherapy service, specialising in the management of musculoskeletal (MSK) pain, long term conditions and self-help has been launched today (3 April 201 ...

New Urology One Stop Clinic opened

Thursday January 26 saw the official opening of a new Urology One Stop Clinic (OSC) at Malton Community Hospital.

Patients in safe hands at York Hospital

Patients in safe hands at York HospitalAnaesthetists at York Hospital have been recognised for providing the highest quality care to local patients. The anaesthetics department at the hospital re ...

Pin badge competition launched to honour Trust newly qualified nursing staff

Pin badge competition launched to honour Trust newly qualified nursing staff

Pioneering training programme for 'nursing associates' starts

A pioneering programme which will help transform the nursing and care workforce of the future has started at Scarborough and York hospitals and in the community.

Proud NHS staff celebrate long service

Proud NHS staff celebrate long service36 MEMBERS of staff from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, who, between them, have clocked up over 1,000 years of service, have been honoured at a Lo ...

Proud NHS staff celebrate long service

  Proud NHS staff celebrate long service84 MEMBERS of staff from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, who, between them, have clocked up over 2,300 years of service, were invited to be hono ...

Public encouraged to attend the Trust’s board meetings

York Teaching Hospital are encouraging local people to attend the Trust's public board meetings.

Recruitment and careers event

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with City of York Council and Skills for Care, is holding a shared recruitment and careers event, at York Hospital, for anyone interested wo ...

Renal unit thanks York Lions for fitness equipment

Renal unit thanks York Lions for physio equipmentPatients with chronic kidney disease at York Hospital are keeping fit while receiving dialysis thanks to a generous donation from York Lions Club. ...

Sign up to safety conference - book now

As part of the Sign up to Safety Campaign York Hospital Trust will once again be holding the annual patient safety conference.

Spotting the signs of sepsis and caring for children with fever at home

Spotting the signs of sepsis and caring for children with fever at home

Trust marks Dementia Awareness Week in a very special way

Ward 37 at York Hospital officially opened its new ‘Café 37’ dementia activity room today (Tuesday 16 May) - a safe space on the ward open to patients and their visitors.

Trust strives for dementia friendly care for all

Trust strives for dementia friendly care for all

UPDATE Cancelled outpatient appointments for Monday 15 May 2017

UPDATE cancelled outpatient appointments 15 May 2017

UPDATE changes to outpatient appointments on Tuesday 16 May 2017

UPDATE changes to outpatient appointments on Tuesday 16 May 2017

UPDATE changes to outpatient appointments on Wednesday 17 May 2017

Changes to outpatient appointments on Wednesday 17 May 2017

Update on Trust IT issues following cyber attack

Update on Trust IT issues following cyber attackWe have been working hard to restore our systems following the cyber attack. Our radiology and pathology systems are back up and running, however we are ...

Fanny and Jonny scoop gold at national health awards

Fanny and Jonny scoop gold at national health awards 25 November 2011 Sexual health professionals in North Yorkshire and York are this week celebrating after their viral game 'Fanny and Jonny's B ...

Know your HIV status

Know your HIV status: First ever National HIV Testing Week This month sees the launch of England's first ever National HIV Testing Week. The week, which will run from 23 - 30 November, is being co-o ...

New confidential service for victims of rape and sexual assault in Scarborough

New confidential service for victims of rape and sexual assault in Scarborough 14 March 2012 A pilot for a new free and confidential service for adult and child victims of rape and sexual assault ...

Reassurance given over contraceptive implant

Reassurance given over contraceptive implant 6 January 2011 Sexual health experts in North Yorkshire and York are offering reassurance to women in the region following national reports of failing ...

Safe sex game promotes new website

Safe sex game promotes new website 14 April 2011 A tongue-in-cheek viral game is set to penetrate in-boxes across the county in an attempt to raise awareness of a new sexual health website. ...

Teenagers urged to stay safe during festive season

Teenagers urged to stay safe during festive season 15 December 2010 Sexual health experts in North Yorkshire and York are this week launching a campaign to encourage the region's under 18 populat ...

Tell us what you think about chlamydia screening

Tell us what you think about chlamydia screening! Over the last few years, the NHS has run a community chlamydia testing programme. You may well have been offered a Chlamydia test, either in person ...

Young women at the heart of east coast contraception campaign

Young women at the heart of east coast contraception campaign 15 September 2011 Young women living in the coastal towns of Scarborough, Whitby and Filey are the subject of a new campaign being l ...

YSH news test

Testing YSH News I hope this works :)

‘Piece of p*ss’ campaign launched

'Piece of p*ss' campaign set to change attitudes towards chlamydia screening 25 November 2010 A striking new campaign is being launched this week to encourage North Yorkshire and York's sexually ...

‘Yorclinic’ to offer one stop shop for family planning and sexual health services

'Yorclinic' to offer one stop shop for family planning and sexual health services 14 April 2011 Family planning and sexual health services provided at Monkgate Health Centre in York are today me ...

Nursing Times award

Local NHS Trust is recognised for supporting staff health and wellbeing at national awards York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has scooped the 'Excellence in Supporting Staff Health and Wellb ...

Opening hours changes at Malton Minor Injuries Unit

Changes to opening hours at Malton MIU A temporary reduction in opening hours at the Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) in Malton is to take effect from Monday 3 December, NHS Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical ...

Outpatient survey results published

Outpatient survey results published The findings from the Outpatient Survey 2011 for York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have been published by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The survey ...

Pinktastic prize for local breast unit

Pinktastic prize for local breast unit Staff in the Breast Imaging Unit at York Hospital's Magnolia Centre were delighted to find they were the new owners of a specially made pink Staxi Transport C ...

Public consultation meetings

Public Consultation Meetings In partnership with the Local Involvement Networks (LINks), a series of public consultation meetings have been arranged across Malton, Whitby, Scarborough and Bridlingt ...

Sir Ian Botham's surprise visit

Sir Ian's all out for Vascular Disease Awareness Week A surprise visit to York Hospital by cricket legend Sir Ian Botham helped staff to raise awareness of the dangers of vascular disease at an event ...

Sleep services target women

Sleep services target women York Hospital's Sleep Service is marking International Women's Day on 8 March by raising awareness of a common sleep disorder which often goes undiagnosed in women. Obst ...

Trust is shortlisted for two awards

Trust is shortlisted for two awards York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been shortlisted for two awards in this year's Nursing Times and Health Service Journal Awards. In the Nursing T ...

Two new board members for hospital trust

Two new board members for hospital trust Two new non-executive directors have been appointed to serve on the Board of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Jennifer Adams and Micheal Keaney's ...

Urgent Care Centre presentation

YorkTalk Presentation - October 2012 Our next presentation will be about our Urgent Care Centre. The centre has been recently developed within our Emergency Department at our York Hospital site. Th ...

Vascular Disease Awareness Week

Vascular Disease Awareness Week A special information day is being held at York Hospital in a bid to save lives and limbs by raising awareness of vascular disease, a condition that affects four milli ...

Volunteers wanted for research project

Healthy volunteers wanted for research study Female volunteers are required to act as 'controls' in order to compare genetic differences between healthy individuals and those with a history of pre- o ...

Whooping cough vaccination advice from the Department of Health

Whooping Cough vaccination advice The Department of Health is recommending that pregnant women between 28 and 38 weeks of pregnancy are offered the single dose 'whooping cough' vaccine. The vaccine ...

Women volunteers needed for important clinical trial

Women volunteers needed for important clinical trial The HYMS Experimental Medicine Unit (EMU) at York Hospital is taking part in a crucial medical trial that could potentially save millions of women ...

York Hospital and LINk to host joint public meeting

York Hospital and LINk to host joint public meeting York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with York Local Involvement Network (LINk), has organised a public meeting to give peo ...

York named as one of the CHKS 40Top Hospitals 2012

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust named as one of the CHKS 40Top Hospitals 2012 York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of the CHKS 40Top Hospitals 2012. Healthcare intelligence ...

York’s NHS Walk-in Centre is moving

York's NHS Walk-in Centre is moving... On Tuesday 17 April the Walk-in Centre will close at the Monkgate site and will reopen as part of the urgent care centre at York Hospital (located in the emerg ...

Home from Hospital Service introduced at Scarborough

A new ‘Home from Hospital’ service has just been launched at Scarborough Hospital helping patients make a seamless transition from hospital to home by providing a variety of help and support. ...

Hospital car park creates art exhibition

Car park creates community art exhibition An eye-catching new art exhibition has been launched at York Hospital using one of its most unusual spaces to date - the hospital’s multi-storey car park. ...

Hospital gets onboard Nutrition and Hydration Week to support The Rainbow Charity

Hospital gets onboard Nutrition and Hydration Week to support The Rainbow CharityNext week marks the start of the third annual Nutrition and Hydration Weekwhich aims to reinforce and focus energy, act ...

Hospital Trust sees unprecedented demand on its services

While the winter months and festive period are traditionally a busy time for hospitals across the country, York Teaching Hospital is experiencing an unprecedented surge in demand for its services and ...

Hospital trust supports Dying Matters Week

Getting people to talk about the subject of death and dying can be difficult, but a campaign aimed at encouraging people to be prepared and think about their dying wishes highlights the subject this m ...

Hospital warns of Tour de France disruption to visiting

Hospital warns of Tour de France disruption to visitingYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is advising people to avoid afternoon visiting at York Hospital on Sunday 6 July during the Tour de F ...

Industrial Action - Monday 13 October 2014

A number of our staff are expected to take part in national industrial action on 13 October 2014 between the hours of 7 and 11am in response to the Government’s decision on the 2014/15 pay award. ...

Investigation into the potential involvement of Jimmy Savile with Whitby Hospital

On 26 June 2014, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust published a report detailing its investigation into an allegation relating to Jimmy Savile by a former member of staff at Whitby Hospital. ...

Last call for public to nominate dedicated NHS staff for Patient Award

Last call for public to nominate dedicated NHS staff for Patient AwardYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is appealing to the public to nominate staff who they feel deserve special recognition ...

Local Multiple Sclerosis Event in Scarborough

An information and education evening has been arranged in partnership with the Scarborough branch of the MS Society and Liz Hill, MS Nurse Specialist at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. ...

Lord Mayor takes tea at York Hospital

The Lord Mayor enjoyed tea and cakes at a recent visit to York Hospital where he attended a coffee morning arranged by the hospital’s fundraising team to support the Lord Mayor's charity.

Major Incident 'Stood Down' at Scarborough Hospital

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has this afternoon ‘stood down’ the major incident at Scarborough Hospital, which was declared yesterday as a result of unprecedented pressure on its se ...

Makeover for sexual health clinic

Makeover for sexual health clinicGet tested – only then can you say #YorClear, is the message that is being promoted to York residents as an innovative awareness campaign is rolled out across the ci ...

Mental Health Trust to open new service at York Hospital

Mental Health Trust to open new service at York HospitalA brand new mental health and self-harm assessment service run by Leeds and York Partnership NHS Foundation Trust (LYPFT) is set to open in York ...

Monitor investigation

Response to Monitor Investigation Patrick Crowley, Chief Executive of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, said: “Monitor, the Foundation Trust regulator, has today announced that it is op ...

New Acute Dialysis Unit opens its doors at York Hospital

New Acute Dialysis Unit opens its doors at York HospitalA new Acute Dialysis Unit (ADU) with three haemodialysis stations has officially been opened at York Hospital. The new unit is located on secon ...

New Car Park Opens at Scarborough Hospital on Monday 7 April

New car park opens at Scarborough Hospital on Monday 7 AprilScarborough Hospital’s new 262-space car park will open for business on Monday 7 April , making life considerably easier for patients an ...

New Chairs for Rehab Patients thanks to Friends

Bridlington Hospital League of Friends has provided Waters Ward with three new specialist chairs which will provide enhanced comfort and support for patients undergoing rehabilitation.

New group for retired NHS staff in York

New group for retired NHS in York A new group has been set up in York where people who have retired from the NHS can meet up and socialise. The NHS Retirement Fellowship (NHSRF) has over 200 branches ...

New information service at Bridlington Hospital

New information service at Bridlington HospitalA new welfare benefits information service is being piloted at Bridlington Hospital outpatients department. The service is an initiative developed in par ...

New Memorial Garden at Bridlington

Staff members and family and friends of colleagues sadly no longer with us, gathered at Bridlington Hospital to celebrate the opening of the hospital’s memorial garden – a place where people can c ...

New Nurture Group launches in Tang Hall

On Tuesday 2 September a new ‘Nurture’ breastfeeding support group will start in the Tang Hall area of York.

New Sexual Health Website for York and North Yorkshire

The YorSexualHealth website has undergone a makeover making it even easier to access Sexual Health information and order Chlamydia testing kits.

New team helps 132 stroke patients in first six months

The Community Stroke Discharge Team has helped facilitate the discharge of 132 stroke patients since launching six months ago. Of these patients, 46 were supported to leave hospital earlier thanks to ...

New Team to Help Stroke Patients

New team to help stroke patientsA new service has been introduced at York Hospital to help stroke patients return home from hospital earlier by enabling them to continue their specialist stroke rehabi ...

New X-ray for Malton Hospital thanks to Friends

New X-ray for Malton Hospital thanks to FriendsMore than £200k has been invested in brand new state-of-the-art X-ray equipment for Malton Hospital thanks to the generosity of the League of Friends of ...

New X-ray for Malton Hospital thanks to Friends

New X-ray for Malton Hospital thanks to FriendsMore than £200k has been invested in brand new state-of-the-art X-ray equipment for Malton Hospital thanks to the generosity of the League of Friends of ...

NHS Carol Service 2014

Wrap up warm and come and join NHS colleagues, friends & family from the Yorkshire & Humber Region in the singing of carols.

NHS holds traditional Annual Carol Concert in York Minster

The traditional NHS Christmas carol concert at York Minster is being held for the 36th year on Wednesday 10 December.

Norovirus early warning

Health professionals are warning that norovirus, sometimes known as the ‘winter vomiting bug’, is common in the local community at this time of year and are asking people to take care when visit ...

Norovirus warning to hospital visitors

Health professionals are warning that norovirus, sometimes known as the ‘winter vomiting bug’, is common in the local community at this time of year and are asking people to take care when visitin ...

Nurse recruitment one stop shop

Nurse recruitment one stop shopAre you a registered Adult General Nurse looking to relocate to York or Scarborough? Are you looking for a fantastic career opportunity where every day starts and ends ...

Nurses highlight dangers of pressure ulcers for world awareness day

World Wide Stop Pressure Ulcer Day on 20 November was highlighted this week at York Hospital with an information campaign by the Trust’s dedicated specialist nurses who help prevent the risk of pres ...

Nurses raise awareness of skin cancer

Nurses raise awareness of skin cancerMacmillan specialist skin cancer nurses from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will be holding special awareness events in Scarborough to mark Sun Awaren ...

Nurses raise awareness of skin cancer

Nurses raise awareness of skin cancerMacmillan specialist skin cancer nurses from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will be holding a special awareness event at York Hospital to mark Sun Awa ...

Nurture Groups support Breastfeeding Mums

Nurture Groups Support Breastfeeding MumsThe Health Visiting Service has developed breastfeeding nurture support groups to help new mums who need help and information on breastfeeding. The groups prov ...

Occupational therapy highlighted this month

There are over 29,000 qualified occupational therapists in the UK and more than 90 working for York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, all who have been proud to celebrate their profession for No ...

Open day and Trust AGM at Scarborough 18 September

Scarborough Hospital is once again opening its doors to the public on Thursday 18 September on behalf of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The venue has been chosen to give an exclusive ins ...

Orthopaedic surgery to be developed at Bridlington Hospital

Orthopaedic surgery to be developed at Bridlington HospitalPlanned operations for orthopaedic patients on the East Coast will soon be delivered at Bridlington Hospital. Patrick Crowley, Chief Execut ...

Park and ride Scarborough

New park and ride alleviates parking problems at Scarborough Hospital A temporary park and ride system has been introduced at Scarborough Hospital to help with parking problems while the new car park ...

Participants wanted for 'Patient reporting of safety survey' workshop

A local researcher is looking for patients, carers, relatives and members of the public to assist in commenting on a 'Patient reporting of safety survey' which is currently in use at a number of Hospi ...

Patient Stories Campaign

The NIHR Clinical Research Network are running a regional press campaign entitled "Patient Stories" until February 2015. The campaign will focus on highlighting positive patient stories and the Clinic ...

Patients can now browse arts magazine thanks to kind donation

Patients at York and Scarborough Hospitals will now be able to read arts and culture magazine Aesthetica while they wait for their appointment as the magazine has kindly donated a selection of issues ...

Peer supporters celebrate Breastfeeding Awareness Week with Family Picnics

Monday 19 May marks the start of Breastfeeding Awareness Week, a national awareness week which aims to promote the benefits of breastfeeding.

Prevent falls with free NHS exercise class

Free exercise classes are being offered to older people to help reduce the risk of falls and help with balance, stability and confidence.

Prevent falls with free NHS exercise class

Prevent falls with free NHS exercise classYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is offering free exercise classes to older people in York and Easingwold to help reduce the risk of falls, help ba ...

Proud to adopt new rate of living wage

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has once again agreed to implement the National Living Wage for its employers, and will pay staff the updated rate of £7.85 an hour from 1 January 2015. ...

Proud to be a living wage employer

This week (2 – 8 November 2014) is National Living Wage Week a UK-wide celebration of the Living Wage and Living Wage Employers.

Proud to be a Top 40 Hospital... Again

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been named a 40Top Hospital for the 12th year running. York is one of the CHKS 40Top Hospitals for 2014, an accolade awarded to the 40 top perfor ...

Public invited to name their health hero

Public invited to name their health heroFor the second year running, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is inviting patients to nominate a worthy recipient to receive ‘The Patient Award’ ...

Safe and sustainable 24/7 stroke service for Scarborough

Safe and Sustainable 24/7 Stroke Service for ScarboroughScarborough Hospital has been recognised as providing a safe and sustainable 24/7 stroke service. Following an accreditation visit in November ...

Safer Hospitals, Safer Wards funding

'Safer Hospitals, Safer Wards' fundingYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to announce that we have been successful in securing funding of £592,000, from the ‘Safer Hospitals, S ...

Satisfaction for Single Point of Access

In April, working in partnership with Yorkshire Ambulance Service (YAS),York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust launched its ‘Single Point of Access’ (SPA) into adult community services as a s ...

Scarborough Heart Failure Service celebrates 10th anniversary

This month, the Scarborough, Whitby and Ryedale Heart Failure Service is celebrating its tenth anniversary.

Scarborough Hospital declares major incident in response to demand

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has declared a major incident at Scarborough Hospital in response to unprecedented demand for its services.

Scarborough Hospital nurse serves 40 years

Scarborough Hospital nurse serves 40 yearsA long serving nurse, whose pioneering work in critical care has helped some of the most poorly patients at Scarborough Hospital, has retired after 40 years i ...

Scarborough Hospital urges responsible visiting after two wards are closed

Scarborough Hospital urges responsible visiting after two wards are closedAn urgent plea has been issued from health professionals at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust asking people to think ...

School assignment gives creative insight into living with Asthma

Scalby School pupil Paige Robinson (14) who suffers from Asthma, has been a regular patient on the Duke of Kent Ward at Scarborough Hospital since she was 16 months old.

Secondary Breast Cancer Pledge

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has announced it is working with cancer charities and patients to offer the best possible care to people diagnosed with secondary breast cancer.

Selby memorial service

New Selby War Memorial Hospital honours heroes A special memorial service was held this October at The New Selby War Memorial Hospital to commemorate WW1. The event was organised by the Friends of ...

Service at York Minster celebrates 30 years for SCBU Support Group

Service at York Minster celebrates 30 years for SCBU Support GroupA thanksgiving service will take place in York Minster to celebrate 30 years of the Special Care Support Group at York Hospital. The ...

Snowdrop Appeal hits the target

Just 17 months ago York Teaching Hospital Charity launched The Snowdrop Appeal which aimed to raise £120,000 to create a maternity bereavement suite at Scarborough Hospital. The target was reached ...

Society of Radiographers industrial action, 20 October 2014

As part of a coordinated campaign by all NHS trade unions members of The Society of Radiographers will take part in strike action on Monday 20 October from 09:00 until 13:00.

Student artwork promotes HIV Testing Week

This week during HIV Testing Week a piece of artwork depicting a microscopic view of HIV molecules is being displayed in the YorSexualHealth Clinic in Monkgate, York.

Team organise pop up vintage tea party

The Community Stroke Discharge Team has organised a fundraising event on Thursday 22 May in aid of the York Teaching Hospital Charity. Staff from the team have organised a pop up vintage tea party and ...

Team to man stand at Mothercare during National Breastfeeding Awareness Week

During the national awareness week which starts on Monday 19 May, the team will man an information stand at Mothercare at Clifton Moor, to offer advice and support to mothers about breastfeeding.

Team Tour raise over £5k for Bridlington Hospital

Following on from the Tour de France, a team of cycling enthusiasts from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust took part in a sponsored bike ride on Sunday (13 July).

The 'Big Latch on' and Nurture Events celebrate Breastfeeding Awareness Week

Midwives, Health Visitors and Peers Supporters from across the Trust have been out and about this week to raise awareness of Breastfeeding in public as part of a national awareness week.

The Lord Mayor of York visits the Renal Unit

Yesterday, The Lord Mayor and the Lady Mayoress visited the Renal Unit at York Hospital to find out more about the work of the team and the self-care equipment that this year’s appeal will towards f ...

Think before visiting the Emergency Department

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is urging people to only visit the Emergency Departments at York and Scarborough in an emergency situation.

Three members of staff to be recognised as local heroes

Three members of Trust staff will be recognised tonight as a local heroes at the Yorkshire Coast Radio Awards.

Tour de France: Advice for pregnant women whose delivery date is between 4-7 July

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has published an advice sheet for women due to give birth in York, whose expected date of delivery is between 20 June and 17 July 2014.

Tour de Hospitals

Following on from the Tour de France, a team of cycling enthusiasts from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are gearing up for a sponsored bike ride on Sunday 13 July which has already made i ...

Tour de Hospitals raises £6,671 for Bridlington Hospital

A team of cycling enthusiasts from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation has raised £6,671 by taking part in a sponsored bike in aid of York Teaching Hospital Charity.

Trust goes green as it launches car share scheme

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has partnered with Enterprise Rent-A-Car to provide employees with a safer and more efficient business travel programme.

Trust introduces loan care equipment service for nursing homes

Trust introduces loan care equipment service for nursing homes  Staff from Scarborough Hospital have been working in partnership with local nursing homes to introduce a new equipment loan service whi ...

Trust seeks new chair

A new Trust Chair is being sought as the current Chairman, Alan Rose, reaches his allowed terms of office in March 2015.

Trust Staff scoop £2k holiday prize in staff lottery

Staff scoop £2k holiday prize in staff lotteryTwo lucky members of Staff from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundations Trust have scooped £2,000 in holiday vouchers in January’s Staff Lottery draw. ...

Want to find out more about Research and Development?

Want to found out more about Research and Development at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust? The R&D Unit has produced a silent film about its work.

Ward develops box of comforts for patients

Ward develops box of comforts for patientsPatients on Ann Wright Ward at Scarborough Hospital who are nearing the end of their life, are being given a box of small items of comfort, to help during thi ...

We have Nurse Vacancies

We are looking for nurses to join York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to help us deliver safe, effective and sustainable healthcare within our communities.

Willing volunteers wanted for Scarborough and Bridlington

Willing volunteers wanted for Scarborough and BridlingtonWould be volunteers are being offered the opportunity to improve patients’ lives during their stay at Scarborough and Bridlington Hospitals ...

Work to start on new ward at Scarborough Hospital

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to announce the commencement of the construction of a brand new £5million ward at Scarborough Hospital. Maple 2 will be constructed on top of ...

World TB Day

World TB DayCity of York Council is working with the New Entrant and the TB Nursing Service this World TB Day (24 March) to raise awareness of the symptoms of TB amongst the homeless community in th ...

Yorbaby - Your feedback

We would love to know what you think about Yorbaby - our online antenatal classes.

Your Hospital has Talent

A new art exhibition at York Hospital is showcasing the hidden talents and passions of NHS staff.

Local student designs childrens equipment

Local student designs children’s hospital equipmentChildren receiving physiotherapy at York Hospital can now benefit from new specialised equipment thanks to the talents of a local student.  Seve ...

Maternity survey reveals positive findings

A survey of local women whose maternity care was delivered by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has revealed a number of positive findings.

New ambulatory care unit at York Hospital

New unit offers same day care for acute medical conditionsA pilot scheme to help ease demand on York Hospital’s Emergency Department has proved so successful it has resulted in a purpose built unit ...

New DVD supports life after cancer

A groundbreaking DVD to support those living with a cancer diagnosis has been produced by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust to help patients get the support they need.

New Hepatology service is launched

New treatment in York helps people with liver diseaseA new service focusing on diseases of the liver has been launched at York Hospital and is already set to double in size. After taking almost four ...

New name, new look for York Hospital restaurant

A substantial investment to upgrade catering services at York Hospital was celebrated this week at a special event dedicating the staff restaurant to a much loved former staff member.

New service for Bridlington Hospital

A new service is being offered at Bridlington Hospital after the appointment of Adnan A Faraj a new Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in foot and ankle surgery. This is a new service for Bri ...

New sexual health clinic opens in York

A new YorSexualHealth clinic based at Wenlock Terrace GP Surgery (18 Wenlock Terrace, York, YO10 4DU) will open its doors on Tuesday (4th August). A walk-in service will be available from 5pm until 7p ...

New sexual health service for North Yorkshire

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has won the contract to provide a new sexual health treatment, advice and support service for young people and adults across North Yorkshire.

New sexual health service is launched

From 1 July, York and North Yorkshire residents will be able to attend one stop shop clinics for all their sexual health and contraception needs as a new and improved service is launched.

New Surgeon joins Orthopaedic Team at Bridlington

York Teaching Hospital has strengthened its Orthopaedic Team with the appointment of an additional surgeon.

New Surgical Ward and Assessment Unit at Scarborough Hospital is officially opened

Scarborough Hospital’s brand new surgical ward – Lilac Ward – was officially opened today (Friday 27 March). The ward was opened by Alan Rose Trust Chairman, on his last day as Chair of the Trus ...

New Trust Chair appointed

SUE SYMINGTON has been appointed as the new Chair of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Sue will succeed Alan Rose when he reaches the end of his term of office on 31 March 2015.

New urgent care service for Scarborough and Ryedale

A new urgent care service launches in Scarborough and Ryedale on 1 April 2015. The service, replaces the existing Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) at Malton Hospital, GP out-of-hours service and the walk-in ...

New wheelchairs donated for amputees

Local group Limbgo, who support people in York who have lost a limb, have donated two new wheelchairs to be used by amputee patients.

New Years Resolutions – your local charity needs you!

York Teaching Hospital Charity is appealing to the local community to get on board with its fundraising this year.

Norovirus plea

Norovirus plea - think before visiting hospitalAn urgent plea has been issued from health professionals at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust asking people to think carefully before paying a ...

Open day reveals behind the scenes at York Hospital

Visitors to York Hospital will be able to go behind the scenes and see some of the hi tech equipment used to help train doctors and nurses at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust’s Open Day o ...

Organ donors to be remembered with new artwork installation

Two new artwork installations are to be unveiled at York and Scarborough Hospitals to recognise the precious gift given by organ donors.

Outpatients Room is refurbished thanks to Friends

The quiet room in the Outpatients Department at Scarborough Hospital has under gone a refurbished thanks to the Scarborough Hospital League of Friends.

Partnership working for condom distribution

YorSexualHealth is working in partnership with North Yorkshire business LTC Healthcare, to supply condoms to York and North Yorkshire residents through a new Condom distribution scheme.

Physio works at York Teaching Hospital

Physiotherapists and patients at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are supporting a national awareness campaign which aims to promote how ‘Physio Works.’

Prostate Cancer support group launches in Scarborough

Following the success of a voluntary support group for Bridlington men with Prostate Cancer, a second group is launching in Scarborough on Tuesday 14 April 2015.

Renal Unit Open Day 2015

Are you the kind of special nurse who’d thrive as part of the dynamic, forward-thinking and supportive renal services team at York Teaching Hospital? If so come and meet us as the Renal Unit is havi ...

Ryedale Community Response Team

Community Response Team helps Ryedale residents stay out of hospital A new community service aimed at helping people to get home from hospital and avoid hospital admissions has been given the thumbs ...

Scarborough first for global research study

Research staff at Scarborough Hospital have good reason to celebrate International Clinical Trials Day (20 May) after becoming the first team in the world to recruit a patient for a global research st ...

School children raise funds in support of staff with cancer

School children raise funds in support of staff with cancerChildren from a York primary school have raised over £360 for the Cancer Care Centre at York Hospital in support of two members of staff who ...

Share your experience with the CQC

England's Chief Inspector of Hospitals is inviting members of the public to tell the inspection panel what they think of the services provided by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Specialist training in major trauma set to save more lives in the region

A new approach that will help save the lives of patients suffering from major trauma will see staff at Scarborough and York Hospitals become some of the first in Yorkshire to access new training in tr ...

Staff recognised at annual Celebration of Achievement Awards

On Thursday (1 October 2015) over 250 staff from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will gather at Scarborough Spa to recognise and celebrate the work of colleagues from across the Trust.

Sterile Services Unit at Scarborough Hospital Pilots Project Choice

The Sterile Services Unit (SSU) at Scarborough Hospital is helping local students with a disability or learning disability to gain invaluable work experience through a National Project called Project ...

Three wards closed at Scarborough Hospital

An urgent plea has been issued from health professionals at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust asking people to think carefully before paying any non-essential visits to Scarborough Hospital. ...

Thumbs up for Trust as compliments rise

Last year, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust received 9,123 compliments in the form of letters and thank you cards – a 33% rise in compliments when compared to the previous year.

Tour de Yorkshire: Plan ahead for hospital visits

The first ever Tour De Yorkshire is taking place from Friday 1 to Sunday 3 May 2015 – Bank Holiday Weekend.

Trust does something new for Dementia Awareness Week

York Teaching Hospital is working hard to be a Dementia Friendly organisation and is getting onboard the Alzheimer’s Society’s Awareness Week and 2015 campaign to #dosomethingnew by launching a nu ...

Trust gets onboard with SmearForSmear Campaign

This week is Cervical Cancer Prevention Week and women (and men) all across the country have been sharing their smeared lipstick photos on social media to raise awareness of Jo’s Cervical Cancer Tru ...

Trust holds inaugural Patient Safety Conference

Over 280 staff, from all roles and responsibilities across York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust attended the Trust’s inaugural Patient Safety Conference.

Trust takes part in 24 hour Dementia Friends Marathon

Trust takes part in country-wide 24-hour Dementia Friends SessionYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will be playing its part in the first-ever 24-hour marathon of back-to-back Dementia Friend ...

Trust wins contract to provide sexual health services in City of York

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to have been appointed by City of York Council to provide a new sexual health service for the city of York. This news follows on from the annou ...

Trust's Care Quality Commission Report Published

Trust’s Care Quality Commission Reports Published REPORTS into services provided by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust have been published by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). Patrick C ...

Wings of Hope sculpture unveiled

Wings of Hope sculpture recognises organ donationTwo new artwork installations have been unveiled at York and Scarborough Hospitals to recognise the precious gift given by organ donors. The sculptures ...

York Hospital lights sky pink for awareness

During a yearlong bid to raise awareness of various health campaigns, York Hospital has continued to light the skies and this month, to mark Breast Cancer Awareness month, pink lights are being beamed ...

York Hospital patient and staff raise awareness of Pancreatic Cancer Month

November marks Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month and once again York Hospital has turned its lights purple to help to raise awareness.

York Hospital staff get set for Workout at Work Day

York Hospital staff get set for Workout at Work Day Staff at York Hospital have been learning how simple small changes can lead to a fitter and healthier lifestyle by taking part in the UK’s fifth ...

Your antenatal education, have your say!

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is holding an informal ‘café’ style workshop for parents-to-be and new parents to give their feedback about the Trust’s antenatal education. ...

Visiting restrictions lifted at Scarborough Hospital

York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has today lifted the visiting restrictions it imposed last week at Scarborough Hospital which were introduced in order to ensure the safety of patients and ...

Would you like to help improve patient safety at this Trust?

Would you like to help improve patient safety at this Trust?

York Cancer Care Centre garden celebrates support of volunteers

York Cancer Care Centre garden celebrates supportThree years on and the Cancer Care Centre garden at York Hospital is looking as good as ever thanks to dedicated volunteers. The specially designed g ...

York Hospital saves ‘unique’ cancer volunteer service

A British Red Cross volunteer service which has provided help and support to cancer patients at York Hospital for the past seven years has been saved from closure after the hospital’s own volunteeri ...

New hospital text messaging service reduces missed appointments

New hospital text messaging service reduces missed appointments

York NHS and Adult Social Care recruitment and careers event

York NHS and Adult Social Care recruitment and careers eventYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, in partnership with City of York Council and Skills for Care, is holding a shared recruitment a ...

Nursing training is set to return to Scarborough for the first time in 23 years

Nursing training returns to Scarborough for the first time in 23 yearsCU Scarborough has had approval from Coventry University and the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) to deliver a BSc Adult Nursin ...

York Hospital helps breaks the silence on baby loss

York Hospital helps breaks the silence on baby lossYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will be showing its support for Baby Loss Awareness week this October by turning the lights of York Hospi ...

Local children attempt record lifesaving training

Local children attempt record lifesaving training

Wellbeing wallets support mums to be

Baby Loss Awareness Week highlights support for expectant mumsMums-to-be across the region are to benefit from a pioneering initiative that has already helped hundreds of women track the progress of t ...

Come meet the experts - Audiology open day

The Audiology Department at York Hospital is throwing open its doors to the public for the first time with a unique event that will give people who are affected by hearing problems the opportunity to ...

Cold cot for York Hospital

York Hospital has received a cold cot which offers parents, who suffer the heartbreak of losing their baby, the chance to spend more time with them to say goodbye.

York Hospital Turns it Purple for Pancreatic Cancer

York Hospital will this month join some of the UK’s most famous landmarks in turning its lights purple in honour of the thousands of individuals and families affected by pancreatic cancer each year.

Annual NHS Regional Carol Service

Annual NHS Regional Carol ServiceThe Annual NHS Regional Carol Service is taking place on Wednesday 6 December 2017 in York Minster.  Doors open at 6.30pm with the service commencing at 7.30pm. T ...

Lung cancer nurses urge patients to get checked out

 Lung cancer nurses urge patients to get checked out  November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and this year the lung cancer specialist nurses at York Hospital are asking people to hold their h ...

York Minster hosts much-loved NHS carol service

York Minster hosts much-loved NHS carol serviceThe annual carol service for NHS staff from around the region was held this week (6 December), heralding the start of Christmas for the many who attended ...

New Perioperative Medicine website launched

Launching the New Perioperative Medicine WebsitePerioperative Medicine is a model of care first developed by the Royal College of Anaesthetists. It aims to provide an integrated approach to the care t ...

York Hospital Radio Schedule

Christmas on York Hospital RadioYork Hospital Radio has unveiled its Christmas schedule for 2017 for listeners in the York Hospital, and for the first time ever, for online listeners via www.yorkhosp ...

Knitted Christmas angels bring cheer

Knitted Christmas angels bring cheer

Canine companions provide comfort to hospital patients

Canine companions provide comfort to hospital patientsA whole new breed of hospital visitor is brightening the lives of patients at York Hospital with the introduction of therapy dogs. The Pets for ...

Trust urges residents to stay well during cold snap

With much colder weather forecast for the rest of the week, and another bank holiday on the horizon, Trust health bosses are urging residents to take steps to stay well this New Year.

Visitors urged to keep flu out of hospital

Visitors to hospitals in North and East Yorkshire are being urged to help protect patients and staff by reducing the spread of flu.

New Endoscopy Unit for York Hospital

 New Endoscopy Unit for York HospitalWork to build a brand new endoscopy unit at York Hospital is now underway, which will be one of the most modern and largest endoscopy units in England. The £10 ...

Breast screening at Filey

North Yorkshire Breast Screening Service are advising people with, or due for an appointment at the mobile breast screening in unit at Filey that appointments have temporarily relocated to the mammogr ...

The NHS is 70 this year - and we're looking for your stories about this great British institution

THE NHS turning 70 is the perfect opportunity to celebrate the achievements of one of the nation’s most loved institutions, to look at the wide array of opportunities being created by advances in sc ...

Babies remembrance service

Babies remembrance serviceParents and relatives who have lost a baby are invited to join a special service of love, thanksgiving and remembrance this Mother’s Day (Sunday 11 March). The service ha ...

A milestone for the Dementia Appeal

A milestone for the Dementia AppealTrust staff are celebrating after York Teaching Hospital Charity’s Dementia Appeal reached the half-way milestone this week with over £100,000 raised so far from ...

The Truth Project

The Truth Project offers victims and survivors of child sexual abuse an opportunity to share their experiences in a confidential and supportive setting.

Steven Clark

“I am the service manager for women’s health. I look after the administrative service for the antenatal, early pregnancy, maternity and gynaecology units. I have worked for the Trust since 2016 an ...

Eliza Bunt

“I have been a Patient Access Clerical Officer on the Outpatients Receptions at York Hospital for the last thirteen years. I absolutely love the ‘hustle and bustle’ and busy atmosphere of workin ...

Gail Winton

"I started with the Trust in 1981 after completing a degree in chemistry at York University. I wanted to put my science degree to good use and this sounded like an interesting opportunity; 37 years la ...

Elaine Middleton

"I’m a clinical psychologist and I lead the Psychological Wellbeing Team, based in the Occupational Health and Wellbeing Service.  I’ve been with the Trust since 2006 - but I originally joined Yo ...

Ken Brown

"I am the Head Chef at Bridlington Hospital.  I first started work at Claypenny Hospital on 7 September 1970 as a trainee chef. "Both my parents had worked for the NHS since the early 50's as well ...

Jean Dawson

“I started my nursing career a cadet at the County Hospital, after attending pre-nursing school at Marygate Nursing College, where we learned academic studies and along with practical work experien ...

The Reverend Rachel Bailes

"I have been the lead chaplain for the Trust since December 2016.  I have always had a heart for caring and became a chaplain in later life after many years of teaching within special education whic ...

Teresa Hartley

“I started my career with the NHS in 2008, joining the Trust initially as an MSK Clinic Coordinator based in the physio department at Scarborough Hospital. "I was attracted to join the NHS for job ...

James Mason

“I am an Anatomical Pathology Technologist and I’ve worked for the Trust in the mortuary for nine years. "Day to day duties include performing any post mortems for the coroner, carrying out any ...

“I am the Senior Sister for Outpatient Services at both Scarborough and Bridlington hospitals, having started my career as a student nurse in 1977. "My mother was a nurse and worked for many years ...

Rebecca Hobson

“I am a dining companion volunteer on the stroke rehabilitation ward and I’ve worked at the Trust for just over six months. "I have a passion to study medicine at university, so having an increa ...

Suzanne Meek

“I am the Senior Sister for outpatient services at both Scarborough and Bridlington hospitals, having started my career as a student nurse in 1977. "My mother was a nurse and worked for many years ...

Phil Bland

“I am the Deputy Transport Manager for the Trust, based at York.  My job involves oversight for the Transport Department, which was established to support the Trust with its various and numerous tr ...

Carolyn Bedford

“I have been the Lead Macmillan Urology Nurse Specialist for nine years, providing care and support for patients diagnosed with a urological cancer. “I started my SRN training in 1977 and I have ...

Kylie Dean

“I work as a Medicine Management Technician on a variety of wards at Scarborough Hospital. “According to my mum my first encounter with the NHS was on a very snowy new year’s eve in 1968 when t ...

Amy Gains

  “I am a community occupational therapist (OT) and have worked for the Trust for 14 years, working in lots of different settings. “We support patients in their own homes to optimise and ...

Liz Costello

“I am the Lead Nurse for the Child Sexual Assault Assessment Centre. The service is for children and young people who have disclosed sexual abuse or assault or where it is suspected that this may ha ...

Trust holds nursing recruitment marketplace event

Trust holds nursing recruitment marketplace eventOn Saturday 21 April, York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is holding a nursing recruitment marketplace event at York Hospital.  On the day, pe ...

Kim Whitaker

“I’m a Facilities Operative at Scarborough Hospital where I have worked for just over a year. I never knew how much I could learn in such a short time - and it’s gone so quick. “As a facilit ...

Catherine Balcombe

“I am the lead nurse for the critical care outreach team. I have a role which combines leading the teams across site and also teaching ward staff about managing care for patients whose health is rap ...

Natassja Howland

“I am a phlebotomist at York Hospital, which is part of the Specialist Medicine department. I also cover four other clinics away from the hospital at Selby Memorial Hospital, Tadcaster Medical Centr ...

Oonagh Murphy

  "I work as one of the deputy chemotherapy sisters in the chemotherapy unit at York Hospital, and on our mobile chemotherapy unit which travels to various destinations around North Yorkshire. ...

Trust joins campaign to end ‘Pyjama Paralysis’

Trust joins campaign to end ‘Pyjama Paralysis’Staff at the Trust came to work wearing their pyjamas today, to encourage hospital patients to ditch their pyjamas and get moving, to enable them to g ...

Tracey Cleminson

“I am the play specialist on the Children’s Ward at Scarborough Hospital. I have worked for the Trust for nearly 29 years. When I had completed my nursery nurse training I worked in a school for a ...

Gilly Leith

“I am a Domestic on Chestnut Ward at Scarborough Hospital, where I have worked for just over a year. “I previously worked at Specsavers for a long time, as well as in retail, but I have always b ...

Caroline Carter

"I have worked as an Advanced Practitioner in Ultrasound at York Hospital for the last 17 years, operating primarily as a Sonographer. "From as far back as I can remember, I always wanted to work in ...

Breast Screening - Public Health England Guidance

Breast Screening - Public Health England GuidancePublic Health England (PHE) is working to identify any women affected by this incident and has provided guidance to ensure appropriate appointments are ...

Celebrations to mark milestone in hospital’s new multi-million pound development

Celebrations to mark milestone in hospital’s new multi-million pound developmentYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has marked a significant milestone in the building of its new £10 million ...

Michala Little

“I manage community midwifery and antenatal day services right across the Trust. I have worked here for almost three years and absolutely love my role. It gives me the opportunity to support staff t ...

Trust Chief Executive retires

Trust Chief Executive retiresYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust today announced that Patrick Crowley will retire from his role as Chief Executive Officer at the end of the month. A Trust sp ...

Anne Hunton

“I am a healthcare assistant at St Monica’s Hospital in Easingwold, which is a GP led unit offering step-up care, rehabilitative services and palliative care. “I started my career as a nursing ...

Anne Garry

“I am a consultant in palliative medicine and am the medical lead for end of life care for the hospital and community palliative care services in York and surrounding areas. “The role cuts acros ...

‘Living With & Beyond Cancer’ event at York Hospital

An event is being held at York Hospital, Monday 4 June 2018, aimed at people who are living with and beyond cancer. The event, the first of its kind for the Trust, is an opportunity for anyone affect ...

Sparkling SevenTea birthday party for NHS in York

Tickets are available now for the Sparkling SevenTea in aid of York Teaching Hospital Charity, 3pm on Thursday 5 July at the Hospitium, York.

Jamie Darnton

"I am an Accredited Counter Fraud Specialist with Audit Yorkshire, working across all sites of the Trust. "I have been with the Trust since November 2017, prior to which I was a police officer with ...

Michael Glowala

“I am Theatre Manager for Ophthalmology at York Hospital - a position I have now held for nine years, although this is my thirty-eighth year working in the Trust. I originally trained as an Operatin ...

Liz David

“I am the switchboard and telecommunications manager and I have worked for the Trust for 18 years. “I have worked in public facing roles for most of my working life - hotel and bar work when my ...

Suzanne Burnett

“I am an adviser for the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) and I have worked for the NHS for 36 years, starting as an auxiliary nurse back in 1982 at the City Hospital. "Back then we wore ...

Tara Kadis

“I am the Lead Diabetes Nurse at the Trust, responsible for leading the diabetes nursing teams for both inpatients and the community, across both York and Scarborough hospitals.  I am also responsi ...

Hospital celebrates valued volunteers

Hospital celebrates valued volunteersIt’s National Volunteers’ Week (1-7 June) and York Hospital has been celebrating the fantastic work of their volunteers. This year, Volunteers’ Week is abo ...

Amanda Cussans

“I’m a Trainee Nursing Associate (TNA), which is a new support role at the Trust introduced by Health Education England last year - created to sit alongside existing healthcare support workers and ...

Giles Farrington

“I am a Senior Operating Department Practitioner (SODP) at York Hospital.  I qualified as an Operating Department Practitioner (ODP) in 1995 and spent the next eight years working in the British Ar ...

Proud NHS staff celebrate long service

Proud NHS staff celebrate long serviceSTAFF from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, who, between them, have clocked up years of service, were invited to be honoured at a long service ceremon ...

Students take part in Young Persons’ Programme at Scarborough Hospital

Students take part in Young Persons’ Programme at Scarborough HospitalStudents from schools and colleges across Scarborough have spent a week at Scarborough Hospital gaining invaluable insight into ...

Tom Jacques

"I am currently the Lead Nurse for Infection Prevention & Control and soon will be moving into a Head of Nursing role. I’m a relative newcomer to the organisation, joining the NHS in June of last ye ...

Debbie Brian

“I am the programme manager for the North Yorkshire Breast Screening Service and the manager for the Breast Imaging unit at the Trust. “Thirty three years ago I started my training as a diagnost ...

Laura Elder

“I am a Paediatric Speech and Language Therapist working in Scarborough, Filey and Whitby.  Originally from near Glasgow, I moved to Scarborough two years ago for this job. “When I tell people ...

Jo Hollingsworth

“I am an Orthopaedic Plaster Technician at York Hospital, based in the Fracture Clinic and Emergency Department.  I have worked for the Trust for nearly six years, having started out a healthcare a ...

Proud East Coast staff celebrate long service

Proud NHS staff celebrate long serviceStaff from Scarborough and Bridlington hospitals, who, between them, have clocked up over 600 years of service, were invited to be honoured at a long service cere ...

Bridlington Hospital birthday celebrations

Bridlington Hospital birthday celebrationsBridlington Hospital is celebrating a milestone birthday and to help celebrate the hospital doors will be thrown open to friends, families and visitors to sho ...

Hospital charity helps drive improvements for dementia patients at York A&E

Hospital charity helps drive improvements for dementia patients at York A&EWork starts next week to improve the reception area at York Hospital Emergency Department to make it a more dementia friendly ...

Ben Richardson

“I am the clinical lead for Acute Respiratory Physiotherapy Services for the Trust. “I qualified as a physiotherapist in July 2006 and started working in the NHS in January 2007.  Later that ye ...

Sherry Patterson

“I am the Patient Administration Manager at Bridlington Hospital.  I manage two teams - the Patient Access team based in the Outpatient Department and the Healthcare Records team. “I have loved ...

Michael Keeling

“I am the Lead Nurse for Stroke at York Hospital, prior to which I was the Stroke Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Trust, where I have worked for nine years. “Like many kids growing up I had no ...

Michael Keeling

“I am the Lead Nurse for Stroke at York Hospital, prior to which I was the Stroke Clinical Nurse Specialist at the Trust, where I have worked for nine years. “Like many kids growing up I had no ...

Candidates sought for Chief Executive post

Candidates sought for Chief Executive postFollowing the retirement in May 2018 of Patrick Crowley, Chief Executive of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust,  the search has begun for a new subs ...

Karen Lambert

“I am Chemotherapy Deputy Sister at Scarborough Hospital, we are a day care unit with eight chairs and deliver anti-cancer treatment to patients from Scarborough and Ryedale, Whitby and Bridlington ...

Public urged to name their local health hero

The Trust is appealing to the public to nominate a staff member or team from their local hospitals and community services who they feel deserve special recognition at its annual staff award ceremony; ...

NHS Trust runs mass casualty incident test

THE Army Medical Services Training Centre (AMSTC), part of the Army’s 2nd Medical Brigade, has supported York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust in delivering a live training exercise to test th ...

Eden Galang

“I am an upper gastro-intestinal (GI) clinical nurse specialist and I provide support to both the patients and their carers at many points of their cancer journey. The upper GI covers cancer of the ...

Griselda Goldsbrough

"I’m the art and design development manager for the Trust and have worked for the Arts Team for nearly two years. "I’m fortunate to be in a role as varied as this and one that affords patients, ...

Arpan Doshi

“I am a junior doctor working York Hospital. I qualified as a doctor from the University of Sheffield aged 21, apparently beating the previous record for the youngest doctor to start work in the cou ...

Bernie Wood

“I am one of two Neonatal Outreach Sisters for the Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) at York Hospital.  My job is to visit preterm or poorly babies who have been discharged home and provide emotional a ...

Jo Arundel

“I am an Audio Typist based in the Child Health directorate (Paediatrics).  I joined the Trust in October 2008, initially working on the Estates Helpdesk and ID office, before moving to a few diffe ...

Trevor Hair

"I am Head Biomedical Scientist and overall manager for the Histology, Cytology and Mortuary departments of York Hospital where I have been for the last 18 years. "These are the departments which pr ...

Barry Trory

“I am the lead Groundsperson for the Trust, a position I have held for the last three years.  Day-to-day I lead a small team of gardeners who perform general maintenance and carry out reactive work ...

Project Choice students graduate

Project Choice students graduateProject Choice students from York and Scarborough Hospitals have marked the completion of their internships with a special graduation event. Project Choice is a work ...

Phil Dickinson

“I am a Consultant Anaesthetist, Intensivist and Associate Medical Director for Humber Coast and Vale Operational Delivery Networks. “I trained as a doctor having grown up in Harrogate and found ...

Louise Milnes

“I am a District Nurse based in the East of York, managing a team comprising of six staff that cover a large and busy geographical area, visiting patients in their own homes. “I have worked for ...

Simon Wilford

“I am a Desktop Engineer working in Systems and Network services, providing technical support and advice to nearly 9,000 staff.  I have worked at the Trust for the last three years, as part of a te ...

Nick Heuston

“I’m a doctor in the Emergency Department at Scarborough Hospital. “I have been in the region since 2010 when I first started my training at the Hull York Medical School, and since qualifying ...

Invitation to attend the Trust’s Annual Members Meeting

Invitation to attend the Trust’s Annual Members MeetingTrust members and the general public are invited to find out more about their local hospitals by attending the Trust’s Annual Members Meeting ...

Nicky Cockrill

"I am a senior physiotherapist specialising in cardiac rehabilitation. "I joined York Trust in 2001 having worked at the Leeds Nuffield Hospital and Pinderfields, Derby and Nottingham City hospitals ...

Sandeep Kesavan

"I work as a Consultant in Elderly Medicine. I am also the Trust’s Dementia lead. "I grew up and qualified in Leeds and have never worked outside of Yorkshire! It’s sometimes hard to believe but ...

Andrew Hamer

"I am the Security and Car Parking Manager and an Accredited Security Management Specialist, for the Trust. "I work in the Safety Department within Estates and Facilities providing guidance, advice, ...

Maureen Welsh

“I’ve worked at the Trust as a Domestic Assistant at York Hospital for the last 15 years. I work on the Intensive Care Unit (ICU). “Before joining the Trust I had worked at a supermarket, but ...

Nigel Watkinson

“I’m the Electrical Services Manager for the East Coast hospitals. I’ve worked for the NHS for 35 years, half of the life of the NHS. “I came straight from school as an apprentice on £27 pe ...

Hull York Medical School launches new Medicine with a Gateway Year programme

Hull York Medical School launches new Medicine with a Gateway Year programmeHull York Medical School’s new Medicine with a Gateway Year programme aims to provide an opportunity for those students wh ...

Stacey Gurnell

“I work as a paediatric audiologist at York and Malton hospitals.  I have worked for the Trust for nearly 20 years, starting as a support worker on the nursing bank then a health care assistant.  ...

Jennie Booth

“I am lead nurse for medicines management, and work for the Chief Nurse team and pharmacy.  I have one team member and we work closely on projects such as the newly qualified nurse preceptorship pr ...

Mick Lee

“I am a Specialist Fire Safety Adviser employed by the Trust to look after all aspects of fire across the Trust estate. I am also an elected member of the Trust’s council of governors for York Hos ...

Sharon Hurst

“I started my student nurse training at York Hospital in 1987. I qualified as registered general nurse in 1991 and my first staff nurse job was on a trauma orthopaedic ward. The transition from stud ...

Maria Wilkinson

“I am the Medical Education Manager at Scarborough Hospital.  It’s my role to provide education and support for doctors in training while they are in the hospital. “I remember reading in the ...

Louise Brown

“I am the Team Manager for Adult Speech & Language Therapy at the Trust.  I qualified from university in 2000 and took up my first post in Birmingham with paediatrics.  I joined the Trust in 2002 ...

Dean Webster

“I’m a Mechanical and Electrical Engineering apprentice, responsible for running the Print Department at Scarborough Hospital. I’ve worked for the Trust for ten years, originally starting in cen ...

Laura Wakely

“I am an ophthalmic surgeon, specialising in retinal problems, such as retinal detachment.  My job combines many of the things I enjoy - such as very tiny detailed work, getting to know people from ...

Jezz Kipling

“I am part of the hotel services team as Catering Supervisor within Estates and Facilities.  I started working in the NHS in 2001 joining the catering team at Malton Hospital. “I did my caterin ...

York Hospital helps break the silence on baby loss

York Hospital helps break the silence on baby lossYork Hospital will be showing its support for Baby Loss Awareness week this October by turning the lights on the hospital blue and pink, to help raise ...

Jeff Ward

“I’ve worked for the NHS since 2003 and work as a porter at Malton Hospital. My job is very varied and one of the things I enjoy most is helping patients, staff and visitors who come to the hospit ...

Roger Frampton

“I am the Patient Flow Manger at York Hospital, which I have done for the last year and for the previous three years at Scarborough Hospital in a similar role. “I manage several teams, including ...

Hospital highlights the importance of play for poorly children

Hospital highlights the importance of play for poorly childrenThe ‘Superheroes’ of York Hospital’s Childrens ward are out and about this week promoting the power of play in the treatment of poor ...

York and Scarborough hospitals welcome new physician associate role

York and Scarborough hospitals welcome new physician associate roleA new role that supports hospital doctors in the diagnosis and management of patients is set to free up more time for senior doctors ...

Emergency department at Scarborough Hospital receives major investment

Construction work has started to significantly upgrade the emergency department at Scarborough Hospital

10 years of saving sight across North Yorkshire

10 years of saving sight across North YorkshireDiabetic retinopathy is the number one treatable cause of visual loss in the UK among 16-64 year olds and can have a devastating impact if not detected. ...

System issues

System issuesWe have had a problem with our electronic patient record today (Monday 12 November 2018), which has affected a number of outpatient appointments across the Trust and has caused some delay ...

HIV testing week

HIV tests offered to prevent late diagnosisLatest figures reveal that late diagnosis of HIV means that people in York and North Yorkshire can spend an average of three to five years living with HIV be ...

Team at York Hospital wins national award

Team at York Hospital wins national awardA team at York Hospital has received the award for ‘Best AS Team’ from the National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society. Voted for by patients, the Patients’ ...

Multi-million pound investment announced for Scarborough’s A&E

Multi-million pound investment announced for Scarborough’s A&EScarborough Hospital is to benefit from a £40 million share of funding, following a successful bid by York Teaching Hospital NHS Founda ...

Minster hosts much-loved carol service as NHS celebrates 70 years

Minster hosts much-loved carol service as NHS celebrates 70 yearsTHE ANNUAL CAROL service for NHS staff from around the region was held this week (5 December), heralding the start of Christmas for the ...

NHS Trust thanks volunteers with Christmas lunch

NHS Trust thanks volunteers with Christmas lunchOVER 60 volunteers who contribute their time to York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust enjoyed a Christmas lunch in Ellerby’s restaurant at York ...

Workforce boost for Scarborough Hospital

Scarborough Hospital is set to get a workforce boost with the recruitment of ten trainee advanced clinical practitioners and 20 trainee nursing associate apprentices.

New look for Selby clinic

New look for Selby clinic thanks to FriendsA children’s clinic room at Selby War Memorial Hospital has been given an eye-catching underwater makeover to help children feel more relaxed. Thanks to ...

Scarborough’s A&E works completed in time for Christmas

Scarborough’s A&E works completed in time for ChristmasConstruction work to upgrade part of the emergency department at Scarborough Hospital has been completed - just in time for Christmas and busy ...

Trust seeks candidate for non-executive director role

Trust seeks candidate for non-executive director roleA new non-executive director is being sought to join the Board of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Non-executive directors (NED) play ...

East coast audiology

Improved audiology services for East coastAdults and children with hearing problems in Scarborough and Bridlington can look forward to improved services with the installation of new audiology soundpro ...

York Hospital helps give the organ donation message a much needed lift

York Hospital helps give the organ donation message a much needed liftYork hospital is working with NHS Blood and Transplant to promote organ donation to all its staff, patients and visitors.  The do ...

Improvement to York Hospital A&E complete

Refurbishment of the Emergency Department at York Hospital

Hospital Trust welcomes new Chief Executive

Hospital Trust welcomes new Chief ExecutiveSimon Morritt has been appointed as Chief Executive of York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Simon joins the Trust from Chesterfield Royal Hospital ...

Visiting restrictions eased at York Hospital

Visiting restrictions eased at York HospitalYork Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has today eased the visiting restrictions it imposed at the end of January at York Hospital, which were introduc ...

Babies remembrance service

Babies remembrance serviceParents and relatives who have lost a baby are invited to join a special service of love, thanksgiving and remembrance this Mother’s Day (Sunday 31 March). The service ha ...

York Hospital announces launch of new hospital bus service

York Hospital announces launch of new bus servicesYork Hospital has today announced that it will launch a new park and ride bus service directly to the hospital in partnership with First York, made po ...

Space-age machines for Scarborough Hospital

New ‘space age’ equipment for ScarboroughA team of specialist nurses from the respiratory unit at Scarborough Hospital has found a unique way to celebrate the arrival of their new life-saving equi ...

Public urged to answer survey on how NHS services can be improved

People in Scarborough and Ryedale and the Vale of York are being encouraged to answer a survey on how local NHS services could be improved in the region in the future.

Inspiring doctors of the future

Inspiring doctors of the futureA group of sixth form students from York have just completed a unique work experience, shadowing hospital consultants to learn first-hand what a career in medicine has t ...

Community Midwives

Victoria Clark, Fran Leavy, Fiona Bonarius and Sara Shami The community midwives were offered the opportunity to attend a whole day training session on dealing with obstetric emergencies, specifical ...

Hassena Karbani

Human Resources Advisor, York Hospital Hassena was nominated by a ward manager for ‘coming to her rescue’ after she struggled to manage staff sickness records on her 24 bedded inpatient ward. T ...

Steven Clark

Staff LGBT Network, Trust-wide Steven is nominated by a staff member for his support on two levels – for providing advice on LGBT issues and also providing personal support to the nominator when ...

CT Team

Computed Tomography Team, Scarborough Hospital CT scanning is an essential diagnostic tool which has seen many increasing demands over the past few years. The CT team are nominated by team lead Dar ...

Sue Tyce

Complaints Officer, Patient Experience,Trust-wide Sue received a call from a patient who had recently been discharged from York Hospital. He was in a distressed state, very breathless and said that ...

The Duke of Kent Ward Team

Duke of Kent Ward, Scarborough Hospital An extremely busy day in November last year saw Duke of Kent ward operating over capacity, with several patients waiting in A&E. Referrals kept coming, putti ...

Joanne Hamilton

Gale Farm Community Nursing Team, York District Nurse Jo was nominated by her team for her focus and passion to ensure her patients receive the best possible care. Over 20 years ago Jo came into nu ...

Michelle Large

Community midwife team, York A patient who received “world first class midwife support” nominated Michelle for her great understanding and patience in a very stressful pregnancy. Michelle is de ...

Aseptics Team

Aseptics – pharmacy, York Hospital Hannah was nominated by the Cystic Fibrosis team and the bronchiectasis home intravenous (IV) service after stepping in at the last minute to help patients get ...

Ward 11 team

Ward 11 team, York Hospital Ward 11 was nominated by a family member for the ongoing, outstanding care received by both her mother and father. The family had had the trauma of an emergency appendec ...

Special Care Baby Unit Team

SCBU Team, Scarborough This is the second time nomination for the team from the same family to recognise the unbelievable service they provided when their son Jensen was born. During their two and ...

Coronary Care Unit Team

CCU Team, Scarborough Hospital When a poorly patient was admitted in the early hours of 16 December the prognosis was not good and eventually she was put on the end of life pathway. The patient’s ...

York Hospital event for people and families living with and after cancer

HAVE you recently been diagnosed with cancer, or perhaps looking to live well with, or after, cancer? Maybe you're supporting someone through their cancer journey and you're filled with questions and ...

Sue Moss

Healthcare Assistant, St Helens Hospital Sue was nominated by a colleague for her skills when it comes to caring for patients with cognitive problems and challenging behaviours. One patient was par ...

Eddie Stock

Orthopaedic Physiotherapist, York Hospital A patient who had been discharged from hospital the previous week and called to say her knee brace had broken. The patient lived in Easingwold so Eddie in ...

Susan Murgatroyd

Child Health Medical Secretaries, Scarborough Hospital Susan was nominated by a colleague for her actions when she took a call from a mother chasing up a repeat prescription for her son with comple ...

Community Response Team

Selby Hospital Nominated by a colleague for the empathy and professionalism they showed in supporting a challenging patient in his end of life care. The patient was determined to take charge o ...

Car Parking and Security Team

York Hospital Nominated for a star award when a burst water main on Wigginton Road outside York Hospital caused mayhem, traffic came to a standstill in and out of York Hospital. This was particul ...

Proud NHS staff celebrate long service

Proud NHS staff celebrate long serviceSTAFF from York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, who between them have clocked up hundreds of years of service, were invited to be honoured at a long servi ...

Baby surprise in hospital car park

Baby surprise in hospital car parkHead of Midwifery, Liz Ross, had a surprise start to the day recently when she arrived at work and noticed a drama unfolding in the hospital car park. York couple S ...

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