Sheffield Teaching Hospitals is UK’s one of the most engaged, largest and much successful NHS Foundation Trust’s. Tony Pedder serves as the chairperson and Sir Andrew Cash OBE is the chief executive. It provides all the possible hospital and community related facilities to inhabitants of Sheffield and there are many other services provided to the people from other places. A total of 5 best teaching hospital is managed by the Trust, which includes: •Northern General Hospital •Royal Hallamshire Hospital •Charles Clifford Dental Hospital •Weston Park Cancer Hospital •Jessop Wing Maternity Hospital Sheffield Teaching Hospitals holds a long history of managing a high quality care, being clinically outstanding and also for its innovations in the field of medical research. It was awarded with the title of “Hospital Trust of the Year” in five years’ time in the Good Hospital Guide. The trust is amongst the best 20% of the NHS Trust for patient satisfaction. There is wide range of specialties offered and the Trust consists mainly of two parts: 1. The West Campus, consisting of the Royal Hallamshire Hospital (a large acute hospital) together with its Jessop Wing (for fertility, womens health and care of newborn babies), Weston Park Hospital (a specialist cancer hospital) and the Charles Clifford Dental Hospital, all located between Broomhill and Broomhall in the West End. Areas of specialty covered include infectious diseases and tropical medicine, neurology, neurosurgery, urology and hematology. 2. The Northern General Hospital, located in the northern suburbs around Longley, Firth Park, Grimesthorpe and Shiregreen. Areas of speciality covered include plastic surgery, respiratory medicine, and cardiology. With 16,000 employees the Trust is the biggest employer in the State. The hospital is internationally known for its special medical and surgical facilities. These facilities include cancer treatment, neurology, cardiology, spinal injuries and stereotactic radiosurgery. Sheffield Teaching Hospital is globally known for many specialist services and research work. The trust carries out research in diabetes, effect of bone, lung and heart diseases on patient. The trust expects to complete 2015-16 with a deficit of over £19 million as a results of changes to the NHS tariff. It was named by the Health Service Journal jointly of the highest hundred NHS trusts to figure for in 2015. At that point it had thirteen, 112 regular equivalent employees and an illness absence rate of four.49%. Seventy eight of employees advocate it as an area for treatment and seventieth counseled it as a place to works. We work closely with city Children’s Hospital, the University of Sheffield and Sheffield Hallam University to make sure we tend to area unit forever at the leading edge of medical analysis and development to profit patients in city and across the country. When it comes to research the Trust is at lead! It provides research facilities for young minds and in the field of diabetes, bone, lung and heart diseases. A team of innovative and dedicate minds help the Trust to excel in the field of research and providing the best medical facilities in town.
The following is the list of scholars from Sheffield Teaching 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 Sheffield Teaching Hospitals that are published in OMICS International journals.