If you work for an NHS organisation, as a clinician or as a manager, you can find out more about the benefits Scan4Safety can bring to your organisation by getting in touch with a site that has already implemented the programme.
The six Demonstrator Sites provide a working example of the process behind the programme. You can find out more, or book an informal visit to one of the sites, by contacting them directly:
Derby Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides acute hospital and some community based health services, serving a population of over 600,000 people in and around Southern Derbyshire.
We treat around a million patients a year and run two hospitals; the Royal Derby Hospital, which incorporates the Derbyshire Children’s Hospital, is a busy acute teaching hospital. London Road is the Trust’s Community Hospital. We offer a wide range of inpatient and outpatient surgical and medical specialities, intensive care, maternity services, community and children’s services and accident and emergency care.
Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust is one of the largest acute providers in the country with over 16,000 staff, a £1.1 billion budget and seeing around 1.5 million patients year.
We provide a wide range of tertiary services to the Yorkshire and Humber region and beyond. These include cardiac surgery, neurosurgery, organ transplantation, cancer services, children’s services and major trauma. In early 2016 the Trust was designated the national hand transplant lead centre, having pioneered this service in the UK.
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust provides a range of clinical care, which includes general acute and emergency services, to approximately 240,000 people in Wiltshire, Dorset and Hampshire. Specialist services, such as burns, plastic surgery, cleft lip and palate, genetics and rehabilitation, extend to a much wider population of more than three million people.
University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust is the largest hospital trust in the south west peninsula and is a teaching trust in partnership with the Peninsula Medical School. The Trust has an integrated Ministry of Defence Hospital Unit which has a staff of approximately 250 military personnel who work within a variety of posts from lead doctors to trainee medical assistants. The Trust is developing rapidly as a centre for research in partnership with the Peninsula College of Medicine and Dentistry and Plymouth and Exeter Universities.
University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust provides comprehensive secondary and tertiary healthcare to people in the South West Peninsula. We also we provide comprehensive training and education for a wide range of healthcare professionals. We offer a full range of general hospital services to around 450,000 people in Plymouth, North and East Cornwall and South and West Devon. These include emergency and trauma services, maternity services, paediatrics and a full range of diagnostic, medical and surgical sub-specialties.
University Hospital North Tees provides acute care services for North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust. The hospital has 563 beds and provides urgent and emergency care services. It has a workforce of approximately 5500 staff and serves a population of around 400,000 in Hartlepool, Stockton and parts of County Durham. The trust also provides services in a number of community facilities across the areas supported, including Peterlee Community Hospital and the One Life Centre, Hartlepool.
The Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust is the principal provider of acute care services in the county of Cornwall. It serves a population of around 450,000 people, a figure that can be doubled by holidaymakers during the busiest times of the year. The Trust employs approximately 5,000 staff and has a budget of approximately £330 million. The Trust is responsible for the provision of services at three sites (comprising approximately 750 beds).