Have Your Say on the New Hospital Moves; YOUR VIEW A Chance for Local Charities, Voluntary Organisations and Advice Groups to Reach Our Readers TODAY: Jean MacLeod, Clinical Director for Medicine, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust

Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England), July 30, 2013 | Go to article overview

Have Your Say on the New Hospital Moves; YOUR VIEW A Chance for Local Charities, Voluntary Organisations and Advice Groups to Reach Our Readers TODAY: Jean MacLeod, Clinical Director for Medicine, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust


AS the clinical director for medicine I know how committed staff in our trust are to providing the safest, highest quality care possible, across every clinical area.

Doctors who provide the intensive care services across our trust have raised concerns about our ability to provide such highly specialised care to the current national standards on two sites until our new hospital in Wynyard opens in 2017.

The National Clinical Assessment Team (NCAT) has recommended that the intensive care unit at the University Hospital of Hartlepool should not continue in its present form. That has implications on how we manage medical emergencies such as pneumonia or severe infection where the medical team relies heavily on support from our intensive care team.

That is why we are holding a consultation along with our commissioners about bringing intensive care and acute medicine teams from our two hospitals together at the University Hospital of North Tees. Had the new hospital opened its doors in 2014 as originally planned, then we would have been bringing these two clinical service teams together now, ready for the move to the new hospital.

The new hospital is now expected to open three years later than we had planned. …

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