Important information on urgent temporary service changes at the Friarage

Some temporary changes have been made to services provided at the Friarage. These changes started to take effect from 27 March 2019.

  • The accident and emergency (A&E) service at the Friarage Hospital has temporarily changed to an Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC)

  • Patients requiring critical care are being cared for at The James Cook University Hospital or Darlington Memorial Hospital.

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Since 2002, the Friarage Hospital has been – and continues to be – an essential part of our organisation and an important point of delivery for the community. It is one of the smallest district general hospitals in the country.

Developments such as introducing lung cancer surgery, the opening of our MRI Scanner and the opening of The Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre, show our commitment to delivering as many services as possible from our Northallerton site.

Over £40million has been invested in the hospital over the past 15 years by the Trust, with support from NHS Hambleton, Richmondshire and Whitby CCG and the Friends of the Friarage.

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Region’s NHS steps up plans to tackle coronavirus

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Health chiefs in the north east are today announcing that they are now suspending non-urgent patient transport services to hospitals and clinics and starting to postpone non-urgent planned operations and outpatient appointments to ensure the NHS is as prepared as possible for coronavirus.

Audit heroes

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It is official – the clinical pharmacy team at The James Cook University Hospital and The Friarage are audit heroes. The team won the Audit Heroes Award for demonstrating how a whole team can participate in multiple clinical audits.