List of Hospitals in Bradford - England (UK)

Here you can get country wise and city wise complete list of Hospitals in Bradford - England in United Kingdom. We have provided Top Hospitals list of Bradford - England in United Kingdom (UK) here along with their address and Phone number. ( Page# 1 )

Bradford Royal Infirmary

During 2010/11, Bradford Teaching Hospitals, at both Bradford Royal Infirmary and St Luke's Hospital sites has built on the progress made in previous years, ensuring that our hospitals stay at the very forefront of excellence in patient care.

The organisation continued to deliver good performance against a range of standards. There has been continued reduction in Trust-attributable MRSA bacteraemia and Trust-attributable Clostridium difficile cases have continued to fall. BTHFT continued to meet the 18 week referral to treatment waiting time standards, and ensured that the 4 hour A&E standard was met achieving 96.7% for the year as a whole. Monitor has also rated the Foundation Trust as €˜green' for governance in each quarter, whilst the CQC maintained registration for both hospitals without any conditions of registration.

A range of significant service developments planned at the outset of the year were successfully taken forward during 2010/11 including:

  • Developing an enlarged stroke unit
  • Redeveloping outpatient facilities
  • Creating a new renal dialysis unit at BRI
  • Transferring acute patients from St Luke's Hospital to BRI
  • Installation of a new £1million MRI scanner

Clinical service improvement and innovation was undertaken across the organisation. Significant examples include:

  • Introduction of Radiofrequency Ablation of Barrett's Oesophagus in Acute Surgery
  • Development of Consultant-led pre-operative assessment
  • Delivery of greater chemotherapy as a day-case procedure
  • Introduction of a theatre transfer team within Head and Neck surgery
  • Appointment of additional Radiologists in Head & Neck and Muscoloskeletal
  • Redesigned patient pathways in A&E, including Minor Injuries and rapid assessment
  • Piloted nurse-led telephone discharge within Orthopaedics
  • Implemented the €˜Wheezy Child' pathway to improve the care of acutely ill children

The total capital programme for 2010/11 was in excess of £13million, and included:

  • A £2.2million extension to the Bradford Institute of Health Research
  • A £1million MRI scanner and an additional £3.3million on other medical equipment
  • Carbon efficiency schemes totalling £1.2million
  • A £130k dispensing robot within Pharmacy to reduce medication errors
  • £1million in IT investment
  • Significant refurbishment work across wards 4, 9, 18 and 24

The last year has seen our successful patient safety initiative, the SAFE! Campaign, take place across our organisation as the Foundation Trust makes a continuous and sustained drive to improve the care of acutely unwell patients The campaign's goals are to ensure that we stay on the leading edge of patient safety and quality care. The campaign will continue throughout 2011/12 in a bid to create and spread best practice, provide high quality care and create safer hospitals for our patients. Research grant income has increased to £4.8million in 2010/11 which has exceeded all our expectations, while BIHR has become the second biggest recruiter of patients to research studies in the region. High-profile public health research programmes include stroke and elderly care, maternal and child health, and studies which directly contribute to improved patient care in a range of areas including diabetes, genetics, cancer and wound care.

In education the Technical Skills Laboratory was completed in March 2011 and consists of a laboratory dedicated to the use of tissue in medical and resuscitation training. An associated seminar room provides opportunities for teaching and is also equipped with dental simulators providing additional training opportunities. A number of nationally recognised Ear Nose and Throat courses, using temporal bones, are being delivered from this new modern purpose-built facility. There are also further opportunities to support training in advanced surgical techniques across a range of other surgical and dental specialties. The simulation centre was completed in May 2011 and has been designed to deliver a range clinical skills and mandatory training, including:

  • A simulated four-bedded bay with a ceiling hoist above one of the beds
  • An operating theatre/anaesthetic room with viewing glass for observation/feedback
  • Examination clinic & room. The new facility incorporates video and networking capabilities to allow training to be captured for feedback purposes. It is used as a platform for national testing of information technology prior to introduction into clinical practice.

* this profile text was provided by Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Category: NHS Hospitals
Hospital Address: Duckworth Lane, Bradford, England
Postal Code :BD9 6RJ
Phone Number :01274 542 200

St Luke's Hospital

During 2010/11, Bradford Teaching Hospitals, at both Bradford Royal Infirmary and St Luke's Hospital sites has built on the progress made in previous years, ensuring that our hospitals stay at the very forefront of excellence in patient care.

The organisation continued to deliver good performance against a range of standards. There has been continued reduction in Trust-attributable MRSA bacteraemia and Trust-attributable Clostridium difficile cases have continued to fall. BTHFT continued to meet the 18 week referral to treatment waiting time standards, and ensured that the 4 hour A&E standard was met achieving 96.7% for the year as a whole. Monitor has also rated the Foundation Trust as €˜green' for governance in each quarter, whilst the CQC maintained registration for both hospitals without any conditions of registration.

A range of significant service developments planned at the outset of the year were successfully taken forward during 2010/11 including:

  • Developing an enlarged stroke unit
  • Redeveloping outpatient facilities
  • Creating a new renal dialysis unit at BRI
  • Transferring acute patients from St Luke's Hospital to BRI
  • Installation of a new £1million MRI scanner

Clinical service improvement and innovation was undertaken across the organisation. Significant examples include:

  • Introduction of Radiofrequency Ablation of Barrett's Oesophagus in Acute Surgery
  • Development of Consultant-led pre-operative assessment
  • Delivery of greater chemotherapy as a day-case procedure
  • Introduction of a theatre transfer team within Head and Neck surgery
  • Appointment of additional Radiologists in Head & Neck and Muscoloskeletal
  • Redesigned patient pathways in A&E, including Minor Injuries and rapid assessment
  • Piloted nurse-led telephone discharge within Orthopaedics
  • Implemented the €˜Wheezy Child' pathway to improve the care of acutely ill children

The total capital programme for 2010/11 was in excess of £13million, and included:

  • A £2.2million extension to the Bradford Institute of Health Research
  • A £1million MRI scanner and an additional £3.3million on other medical equipment
  • Carbon efficiency schemes totalling £1.2million
  • A £130k dispensing robot within Pharmacy to reduce medication errors
  • £1million in IT investment
  • Significant refurbishment work across wards 4, 9, 18 and 24

The last year has seen our successful patient safety initiative, the SAFE! Campaign, take place across our organisation as the Foundation Trust makes a continuous and sustained drive to improve the care of acutely unwell patients The campaign's goals are to ensure that we stay on the leading edge of patient safety and quality care. The campaign will continue throughout 2011/12 in a bid to create and spread best practice, provide high quality care and create safer hospitals for our patients. Research grant income has increased to £4.8million in 2010/11 which has exceeded all our expectations, while BIHR has become the second biggest recruiter of patients to research studies in the region. High-profile public health research programmes include stroke and elderly care, maternal and child health, and studies which directly contribute to improved patient care in a range of areas including diabetes, genetics, cancer and wound care.

In education the Technical Skills Laboratory was completed in March 2011 and consists of a laboratory dedicated to the use of tissue in medical and resuscitation training. An associated seminar room provides opportunities for teaching and is also equipped with dental simulators providing additional training opportunities. A number of nationally recognised Ear Nose and Throat courses, using temporal bones, are being delivered from this new modern purpose-built facility. There are also further opportunities to support training in advanced surgical techniques across a range of other surgical and dental specialties. The simulation centre was completed in May 2011 and has been designed to deliver a range clinical skills and mandatory training, including:

  • A simulated four-bedded bay with a ceiling hoist above one of the beds
  • An operating theatre/anaesthetic room with viewing glass for observation/feedback
  • Examination clinic & room. The new facility incorporates video and networking capabilities to allow training to be captured for feedback purposes. It is used as a platform for national testing of information technology prior to introduction into clinical practice.

* this profile text was provided by Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Category: NHS Hospitals
Hospital Address: Little Horton Lane, Bradford, England
Postal Code :BD5 0NA
Phone Number :01274 734744

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