Welcome to the Friarage
Friarage Hospital in Northallerton is one of the smallest district general hospitals in the country and forms an essential part of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, serving a rural population of 135,000 people.
The Friarage offers a range of cancer surgery including skin cancer, urological cancer, breast cancer and gynaecological cancer and is the trust’s main site for planned orthopaedic surgery.
We are committed to delivering as many services as possible from the Friarage with recent developments including the opening of our:
- New £5million diagnostic hub
- MRI Scanner
- Dialysis unit
- Eye unit
- Rapid diagnostic centre
- The Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre
- New STRIVE education centre
Future plans include replacing our aging theatre block with new modern operating theatres. The creation of the state-of-the-art surgical hub at the Friarage will enable the hospital to almost double the number of planned operations it carries out each year from just over 5,000 to almost 10,000.
STRIVE (South Tees Research, Innovation and Education) is on site at the Friarage.
STRIVE Research incorporates the Durham Tees Valley Research Alliance and South Tees Innovation.
STRIVE Academic incorporates medical education (undergraduate and postgraduate), the South Tees Leadership and Safety Academy, training and development and apprenticeships, South Tees medical courses and conferences, simulation, library facilities and clinical skills teaching spaces.