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Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust

Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust aims to be the safest organisation in the NHS through providing safe, clean and personal care to every patient, every time. They are an integrated provider of hospital, community and primary care services, including the University Teaching Trust. Our team of 7,000 staff provide local services to the City of Salford and specialist services to Greater Manchester and beyond. They are an Outstanding Trust – the first Trust in the North of England to achieve the highest rating given by the Care Quality Commission. They are extremely proud to have some of the highest patient and staff satisfaction rates across Acute Trusts nationally. Services and staff at Salford Royal have received a number of accolades, honours and awards including: Salford Royal one of only four Trusts to be accredited as a foundation group leader, Prestigious accolade for anaesthetic department, July 2016, ioneering nurse Fiona is awarded MBE, June 2016, Key new roles for kidney specialists, May 2016, Bereavement nurse wins top award, May 2016. Salford Royal is highly regarded by patients, other NHS Trusts and independent organisations. The Trust has many nationally and internationally renowned clinicians who are pioneering the latest techniques and treatments. This all means that everyone at the hospital is working hard to deliver safe, clean and personal care for patients. Departments and services include Accident and emergency services, Bariatric surgery, Cardiology, Colorectal cancer services, Complementary Medicine. Dermatology, Diabetic Medicine, Ear, Nose & Throat, Emergency Abdominal Surgery, Endocrine and thyroid surgery, Endocrinology and Metabolic Medicine, Gastrointestinal and Liver services, Gastrointestinal cancer services, General Surgery, Gynaecology, Geriatric Medicine, Haematology, Immunology, Major trauma, Maternity services, Minor injuries unit, Orthopaedics, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, etc. They are having hospitals which are Alexandra Hospital, Birch Hill Hospital, Bridgewater Hospital and Buxton Cottage Hospital - Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Fairfield Hospital, Leighton Hospital, Manchester Royal Infirmary, North Manchester General Hospital, North Manchester General Hospital, Oaklands Hospital, Royal Bolton Hospital, Royal Oldham Hospital, etc. The summer of 2012 saw the culmination of Salford Royal’s five year £200million redevelopment scheme to greatly improve the facilities and environment for patients, visitors and staff at Salford Royal. Hospital Redevelopment includes the Mayo Building, staff multi-storey car park, the Christie at Salford Royal and Hope Building in addition to two new car parks, walkways and gardens. As the major new, clinical building on our site, Hope Building is the main entrance to the site and houses the site’s retail outlets and café. Hope Building Hope Building: Salford Royals major new hospital wing, Hope Building, opened in September 2010 following two years building work. The Christie at Salford Royal, The Mayo Building: The Mayo Building opened in 2009. Future Development include Proton Beam Therapy, they working with partners The Christie NHS Foundation Trust and Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation, and the Department of Health to bring the UKs first high energy proton beam therapy service to Manchester. The Research and Development department at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust is recognised nationally and internationally as a leading centre for clinical research, with more than 600 projects recruiting here each year. We have a number of world-leading clinicians among our researchers, including Professors Christopher Griffiths (dermatology), Ariane Herrick (rheumatology), Philip Kalra (renal), Pippa Tyrrell (stroke) and John McLaughlin (gastroenterology). Our research links closely with clinical care and teaching to ensure patients and their wellbeing are at the heart of everything we do. It covers all types of studies ranging from early stage developments of new treatments to large scale population-wide studies. It means patients have access to some of the most cutting edge treatments. Salford Royal is a partner in the Manchester Academic Health Science Centre, which was established in 2008 to underpin the development of Greater Manchester as a world leader in health research.

The following is the list of scholars from Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust 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 Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust that are published in OMICS International journals.

The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.