The Sheffield Children’s Hospital was first established in 1876. Since 1948 it has provided services under the NHS. The hospital is governed by the Sheffield Children’s NHS Foundation Trust, which was established in 2006 and is a major provider of healthcare for children and young people in Sheffield and South Yorkshire. The Trust is governed by local people who elect a Council of Governers to administrate the hospital.
The hospital provides dedicated healthcare for children and young people, including community and mental health care as well as acute and specialist services. The Trust which runs the hospital has already moved towards a broader, more comprehensive approach to supporting children and families. The stated aim of the hospital is “to be at the forefront of best practice in delivering high quality and integrated care to children and young people.”
Electives at this hospital are run through the University of Sheffield’s elective programme.
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