We are a leading provider of integrated health care services across Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire, Whitby, Scarborough, and Ryedale. Our wide range of health and social care services to a population of 765,000 people of all ages across an area of over 4,700 square kilometres.
We provide community and therapy services, primary care, community and inpatient mental health services, learning disability services, healthy lifestyle support and addictions services.
We also provide specialist services for children including physiotherapy, speech and language therapy and support for children and their families who are experiencing emotional or mental health difficulties.
Our specialist services, such as forensic support and offender health, support patients from the wider Yorkshire and Humber area and further afield. Inspire, our Children and Adolescent Mental Health in-patient unit serves the young people of Hull, East Yorkshire and North-East Lincolnshire.
The Trust also runs Whitby Hospital, a community hospital providing inpatient, outpatient and community services to Whitby and the surrounding area, and eight GP practices - two in Hull and six in the East Riding of Yorkshire.
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We employ approximately 2,800 staff working across over 79 sites covering five geographical areas; Hull, the East Riding of Yorkshire, Whitby, Scarborough and Ryedale. Join our team and you’ll find a Trust committed to supporting you personally and professionally and that rewards and celebrates your achievements. We are committed to supporting our staff as people and professionals so they can build a career that works for them. Discover jobs at our Trust here.
Research and Teaching
As a teaching Trust, we work closely with our major academic partners, Hull York Medical School and The University of Hull, nurturing a workforce of tomorrow's doctors, nurses and health professionals.
The research that we do helps to improve the health and wellbeing of the people we serve, our services and helps improve the care and treatment of people worldwide.
We have approximately 16,000 members who we encourage to get involved, have their say, elect governors By becoming a member you can make a difference to how local healthcare services are provided.
The views of Trust members are represented by our Council of Governors. We have 22 governors made up of public governors, service user and carer governors, nominated governors and staff governors. More than half of the Council of Governors is elected by local people. Nominated governors include representatives of local partnership organisations.
Over 120 dedicated volunteers working across our services give their time and skills freely to support us and our patients and services user. They work alongside our staff to provide practical support to our patients, their families and carers and make a huge difference to our patients’ experience.