Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust is the UK's fourth largest acute teaching trust. It was established on 1 April 2006 following the merger of Nottingham City Hospital and the Queen's Medical Centre.
We provide acute and specialist services to 2.5 million people within Nottingham and surrounding communities from the Queen's Medical Centre (QMC) and the City Hospital campuses. In 2009/10 they have an annual budget in excess of £687m of public sector funding and employ approximately 12,000 staff.
The Trust has over 1,500 volunteers. The Trust is the principal provider of acute general, specialist and tertiary hospital care to the population of Nottingham, receiving 98 per cent of all elective and urgent referrals from primary care trusts in Nottinghamshire. They currently have approximately 1,663 hospital beds.
Activities include general hospital services for the local population and a wide range of specialist services for regional and national patients. They provide a range of general acute and specialist services across nine clinical directorates.
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