The Queens Medical Centre situated in Nottingham, England, was until February 2012 the largest hospital in the United Kingdom, and the largest teaching hospital in Europe. The Queens Medical Centre (QMC) was the first purpose built teaching hospital in the UK. It was officially opened by the Queen on 28 July 1977, and admitted its first patient in 1978. The QMC site also contains the University of Nottingham Medical and Nursing Schools, Mental Health Wards and the privately run Nottingham Treatment Centre. On 1 April 2006, the QMC merged with Nottingham City Hospital to form Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust.The hospital has more than 1300 beds and employs more than 6000 people. It has a busy accident and emergency unit, and is the primary destination of the Lincolnshire & Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance, for seriously injured patients. Being part of the University of Nottingham, it can call on the choice of highly qualified doctors in their respective fields. It is the East Midlands main hospital for acute cases.Nottingham Childrens Hospital is located in East Block of QMC. The hospital cares for about 40,000 children up to 18 years old each year. It has 116 beds. It became operational on 11 November 1978. The Nottingham Express Transit tram will serve QMC from late 2014. The QMC stop is on a viaduct that runs past the treatment centre. QMC will be on the Chilwell via Beeston line (Line 1). The tram will connect QMC with Beeston, Nottingham railway station, Nottingham City Centre, Basford, Bulwell and Hucknall. Passengers will also be able to change to Line 2 of the tram, which connects Phoenix Park (M1 Junction 26) with Clifton.
The following is the list of scholars from Nottingham University Hospitals who contributed and/or serves as editors for one or more OMICS International journals and conferences
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Nottingham University Hospitals that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Nottingham University Hospitals that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.