The clinical services at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are grouped into ten clinically-led collaboratives – natural care communities of surgeons, physicians, nurses, midwives, scientists, allied health professionals and administrative and support services.
Each collaborative is headed by a clinical collaborative chair and a clinical lead, practicing clinicians who are supported by a senior manager.
Clinical policy group
At South Tees clinical services are grouped into different clinically-led collaboratives which are listed below:
- Women and children’s services
- Growing the Friarage and community services
- Digestive diseases, urology and general surgery services
- Medicine and emergency care services
- Clinical support services
- Perioperative and critical care services
- Head and neck, orthopaedic and reconstructive services
- James Cook Cancer Institute and specialties services
- Cardiothoracic and vascular care service
- Neurosciences and spinal care services
The collaboratives are responsible for the day-to-day management and delivery of services within their areas in line with our clinical policy group’s priorities and plans, and the trust’s policies and procedures.