ⓘ Sheffield Children's NHS Foundation Trust

                                     

ⓘ Sheffield Childrens NHS Foundation Trust

Sheffield Childrens Trust is an NHS hospital trust mainly providing healthcare for children in Sheffield and the surrounding area of South Yorkshire. A third of patients come from the outside Sheffield, from all parts of the country, but especially from Barnsley, Rotherham, Doncaster, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire.

It has a turnover of £ 70 million per year, and a year later sees the 140.000 outpatient, inpatient 20.000 / cases 43.426 accident and emergency visits, 12.670 mental health assessment and attendance and 28.874 therapy, assessment and attendance. The trust employs approximately 3.200 people and also provides clinical education for medical students at the University of Sheffield and nurses from Sheffield Hallam University.

Although the trust was only formed on 1 November 1991, when the works were transferred from the now disbanded Ministry of health of Sheffield, she works at the childrens hospital in Sheffield, which provides assistance to children and families of Sheffield and surrounding areas for over 125 years. This is one of just four specialist NHS trusts in England providing care exclusively to children and young people, and has many other attractions. Trusts, charitable, charity, Sheffield childrens hospital, helps raise funds to support and improve services for the trust. In charitys patrons include Michael Palin and England cricket Michael Vaughan.