Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

01274 542200 Bradford Royal Infirmary, Duckworth Lane , Bradford, West Yorkshire, BD9 6RJ
http://www.bradfordhospitals.nhs.uk

3 out of 5 stars

Based on 13 ratings for this trust

Overview

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is responsible for providing hospital services for the people of Bradford and communities across Yorkshire.

We operate over several sites, including Bradford Royal Infirmary, which provides the majority of inpatient services, and St. Luke’s Hospital, which predominantly provides outpatient and rehabilitation services.

As a teaching hospital, we are at the forefront of research, education and development in healthcare. Our Ophthalmology department is home to numerous worldwide clinical trials taking the lead in eye care research. We also offer pioneering robotic surgery with the use of our £2 million da Vinci robot which has trebled prostate operations at our Bradford Royal Infirmary site and we are the only centre in Yorkshire to offer this revolutionary procedure for all three urological cancers of the prostate, bladder and kidneys.

Our Education Department hosts a state of the art simulation centre which can be set up as an Emergency Department or Theatre environment in order to facilitate training. Our education staff are some of the best in the country and in 2015 our clinical research nursing team secured a place in the Nursing Times Awards final for their training.

In 2016, Bradford Royal Infirmary will open a new £28 million hospital wing. This new building will house our paediatric services, two adult medicine wards and an intensive care unit. This will continue our work to improve patient experience after our new £2 million neonatal unit officially opened in January 2015.

Bradford Royal Infirmary remains host to one of the busiest A&E departments in the country with more than 125,000 attendances per year and one of the busiest maternity units, delivering more than 6,000 babies each year.

Our mission is to promote seamless, excellent care, treating all patients as individuals and making sure they receive the best possible care to suit their needs so that they can live better, fuller, longer lives. 

Latest reviews of this trust

Doctors don't know what's wrong with me

Came to hospital on Friday because I've stopped breathing and chest pains at accident emergency with the ambulance, got there and there m...

14 December 2017

Disgusted with Complaints Process

Made a formal complaint 2 months ago... Still have NO response. The complaints process is a joke, and staff are clearly not at all inter...

1 December 2017

ENT/Eye Day Case Unit.

Thank you to all the ENT/Eye Day Case Unit staff and the the nurses/doctors,who where all involved with my minor operation,everyone perfo...

9 November 2017

Visit today

I was really nervous today but the fantastic staff made me feel at ease. Even through the biopsy I felt calm and well looked after. Super...

11 October 2017

horrible stay

I was on ward 14. some of the staff were lovely others treat you like a child. I was meant to be discharged but they did not have my...

28 August 2017

Quality of service at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

Registration with the Care Quality Commission

The Care Quality Commission regulates this organisation

Last updated on 30 June 2017.

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