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Helping you stay in touch with loved ones in our hospital
Please continue to wear a face covering when attending hospital
Helping you stay in touch with loved ones in our hospital
Please continue to wear a face covering when attending hospital
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Welcome to Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust

Covid specific information for our patients - July 2021

  • Visiting restrictions remain in place even though things are changing outside right now:  See our page here with all the information. It also explains how to drop off personal items and more about staying in touch with loved ones virtually. We have a dedicated team of nursing staff at the end of the phone who can help. They will also help arrange a virtual visit or deliver messages for you.
  • Face Coverings: In accordance with Government guidance we're asking everyone who comes to our Trust to continue to bring a face covering where possible. This is to continue to help keep our patients and staff safe - please read more here.
  • Further Coronavirus Information: We've set up a page where you can find out more information about Coronavirus. There are links to national guidance, our own CHFT leaflets and guidance, plus British Sign Language and other languages. See the page here
  • General Information: For health information and advice, read our pages on coronavirus. Learn about the government response to coronavirus on GOV.UK.

Latest News from our Trust

Keep up-to-date with what is happening around the Trust, and remember for instant news you can follow us on social media.

We’re celebrating here at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust as we have two finalists in the prestigious Nursing Times Awards 2021.


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Dr Owen Williams

Dr Owen Williams OBE has today (Thursday 22nd July) announced that he will be leaving Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust (CHFT), after…

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Root Out Racism

The six acute hospital trusts across West Yorkshire and Harrogate have reaffirmed their support to the new anti-racism movement; Root Out Racism.


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We invite you to attend our 2021 Annual General Meeting, which will again be a virtual event on Wednesday July 28 (5-6.30 pm).

Our Trust Chair Philip…

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We’re extremely proud that our Relatives’ Line team has been Highly Commended in the Care and Compassion category at the finals of the NHS…

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Main entrances of our hospitals

Plans to reconfigure our health provision in hospitals and community across Calderdale and Huddersfield are progressing. This presentation gives an…

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From Monday June 14 2021 we are reintroducing the car parking system we had before the pandemic.

The decision is based on national guidance and is in…

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At CHFT we already have a large membership community made up of people who live within our local areas in Calderdale and Kirklees. However, we now…

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We hope you'll find everything you need on our pages.

Our Patients and Visitors section includes information you may need if you are coming in for a stay in hospital or if you are receiving your care at one of our clinics as an outpatient.

A full list of all our clinical care is in our Services section, where you will also find information about our doctors and our local specialist mental healthcare provider South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust. 

Job vacancies and opportunities for volunteering and work experience can be found on our Working for us pages. Here too, is where you'll find information about the wide range of apprenticeships we offer and all workforce benefits which come with working for CHFT.

You can also share feedback about any aspect of our hospital services on our Feedback form.