Users' questions

How many people go to Chesterfield hospital?

How many people go to Chesterfield hospital?

As North Derbyshire’s only acute district general hospital, with 24 hour Emergency Department services, we’re responsible for providing care and treatment to more than 400,000 people who live in our communities.

Who opened Chesterfield Royal Hospital?

the Queen
It was officially opened by the Queen in 1985 and was extended to include a maternity and gynaecology unit in 1989. The National Gardens Scheme Macmillan Unit opened in November 2018. The two-storey building has 21 chemotherapy treatment chairs, two treatment beds, and three treatment rooms.

Is it still free parking at calow hospital?

A Chesterfield Royal Hospital trust spokesperson said: “Since the end of March 2020 we have waived parking charges for staff, patients and visitors. “The income we raise is a contribution to this that helps to protect budgets for patient care and staffing.”

How many beds does Chesterfield Royal Hospital have?

600 beds
Chesterfield Royal Hospital is a busy, modern district general hospital with approximately 600 beds. It provides a full range of acute services which includes: A 24-hour Emergency Department (including dedicated children’s area)

When did Chesterfield Royal Hospital open?

Chesterfield Royal Hospital/Founded
Financed by the NHS England and Improvement (through the Department of Health) and the Trust, this exciting scheme is one of the biggest recently seen on the Chesterfield Royal Hospital site and will revolutionise this aspect of hospital services that were first opened in 1984.

How many staff work at Chesterfield Royal Hospital?

4,000 staff
With just shy of 4,000 staff working at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust it’s one of North Derbyshire’s largest employers – and the Trust’s Board of Directors has set out to become one of the country’s top 20% NHS organisations, not just for first-class patient care, but for providing a great place for …

What trust is Chesterfield hospital?

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.

Is it free parking at Chesterfield Royal Hospital?

You don’t have to worry about finding somewhere to park or dashing back to put more money in the meter. And you’re leaving the parking spaces free for people who have no choice but to travel by car. The hospital is well served by public transport and may of the services are direct.

What hospitals are in Sheffield?

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

  • Northern General Hospital.
  • Royal Hallamshire Hospital.
  • Charles Clifford Dental Hospital.
  • Weston Park Cancer Hospital.
  • Jessop Wing Maternity Hospital.

What is Chesterfield hospital called?

How many hospitals does Sheffield have?

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust manages the five NHS adult hospitals in Sheffield: the Northern General(1), Royal Hallamshire(2), Jessop Wing(3), Weston Park(4) and Charles Clifford hospitals.

Which is Sheffield teaching hospital?

Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the UK’s largest, busiest and most successful NHS foundation trusts. We provide a full range of hospital and community services for people in Sheffield, as well as specialist care for patients from further afield.

Where is the Chesterfield Royal Hospital in Derbyshire?

Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Calow Chesterfield Derbyshire S44 5BL. Tel: 01246 277 271

How to get to Royal Hospital ( stop 2, Calow in?

Check out this list of stops closest to your destination: Royal Hospital Gates; Chesterfield. You can get to Royal Hospital (Stop 2), Calow by Bus or Train. These are the lines and routes that have stops nearby – Bus: 1, 1A, 80 Train: EAST MIDLANDS RAILWAY, NORTHERN

How does switchboard work at Chesterfield Royal Hospital?

The switchboard team will be able to advise you so you receive the right help at the right time.

Do you need a stamp to go to Chesterfield Royal Hospital?

No need for a stamp. We also want to hear from you if your experience (or your loved-ones’) fell short of what you expected. Click the link to visit our Assistance & Complaints Service and find out how to make a complaint, raise a concern or tell us about a problem.