We employ around 6,000 staff who deliver compassionate care from our two main hospitals,
Calderdale Royal Hospital and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary as well as in community sites, health
centres and in patients’ homes.
We provide a range of services including urgent and emergency care; medical; surgical; maternity; gynaecology; critical care; children’s and young people’s services; end of life care and outpatient and diagnostic imaging services.
We provide community health services, including sexual health services in Calderdale from Calderdale Royal and local health centres. These include Todmorden Health Centre and Broad Street Plaza.
In 2018/19 we cared for more than 119,000 men, women and children as inpatients (stayed at least one night) or day cases.
There were also more than 440,000 outpatient attendances; 150,000 accident and emergency attendances and 5000 babies delivered. There were some 260,000 adult services contacts by our community teams as well as 283,000 contacts with our therapy services.
We continue to modernise and invest in our health services to build on our strong reputation. Foundation trusts are public leaders in improving quality in health services. They are part of the NHS – yet decisions about what they do and how they do it are driven by independent boards. Boards
listen to their Council of Governors and respond to the needs of their members – patients, staff and
the local community.
Foundation trusts provide what the health service wants, yet are also free to invest quickly in the
changes to the local community needs, in striving to be the best, and in putting their patients first.