Access to good NHS services is vitally important to more than 1.5 million patients, carers and families across the Tees Valley, North Yorkshire and beyond who depend and rely on them.
It is the top priority of everyone who works at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust too.
We provide a large number of specialist services – delivering world-class cancer, cardiothoracic, spinal, cochlear implant, neurosciences, gynaecology vascular and urology care for patients across our region.
Our major trauma centre sees half of all trauma cases in the North East and Cumbria.
As an anchor tertiary provider we play an important role in ensuring that specialist care is available to patients across our region and that health inequalities are not exacerbated in our local communities.
More than 37 specialties
The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough provides more than 37 different specialties all on one site.
The majority of these specialist services deliver care to patients and service users across Teesside, North Yorkshire and beyond.
Construction of a new £5million diagnostic hub has just been completed at our Friarage Hospital in Northallerton which serves communities across the Dales, North Yorkshire and Teesside.
Together with our three primary care hospital wards and local community NHS teams, we provide care closer to home for patients from Hawes to East Cleveland and everywhere in between.
We are a clinically-led organisation and by enabling clinicians to come together to shape and deliver the care they want for their patients, we have ben rated by our colleagues in the NHS Staff Survey as one of the top two most improved trusts in the country for the second year in a row.
Our significant contribution to the COVID-19 research effort is a mark of our determination to remain at the forefront of clinical research as a driver of safe, quality care.
Alongside our commitment to research, our position as one of the country’s highest ranked medical training organisations, and a committed apprenticeship employer, characterises our commitment to our people and communities.
Our commitment to you
As a clinically-led organisation, the safety and wellbeing of our patients, service users and colleagues, underpinned by the quality of the care we provide, is at the heart of our mission to put safety and quality first.
Caring for our communities
With more than 9,300 colleagues, we are the largest employer in Teesside and North Yorkshire.
We constantly work to positively contribute to our local area and improve health factors by:
Working as a good partner
Seeking to be a leader in bringing inward investment into Teesside and North Yorkshire
Widening access to employment
Continuing to reduce our environmental impact
Supporting healthy and prosperous people and places