The Royal Hallamshire Hospital was officially opened in 1978 and is situated a mile from the city on the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals Trust’s central campus; the Trust is recognised internationally for its work in neurosciences, spinal injuries, cancer, transplantation, neurosciences and orthopaedics. Nearly 6,000 staff work at the Royal Hallamshire in a wide variety of clinical and non-clinical roles.
The hospital offers a wide variety of services including some very specialist services such as a prosthetic eye department and specialist opthalmology department. It also has a minor injuries department that serves to relieve pressure from the emergency department by treating people with minor injuries who do not have to undergo emergency treatment but still require medical attention.
The hospital is run by the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust which also governs several other teaching hospitals in the Sheffield region, including Weston Park Hospital and Charles Clifford Dental Hospital. The elective application process for this hospital is administrated by the University of Sheffield and further details regarding applying for an elective at this hospital, such as application deadlines and fees, can be found on the university webpages.
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