Based in the heart of Nottingham, Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) provide services to over 2.5 million residents of Nottingham and its surrounding communities. They also provide specialist services for a further 3-4 million people from across the region.
They are one of the largest employers in the region, employing around 15,000 people at QMC, Nottingham City Hospital and Ropewalk House and have 1700 beds in total.
NUH have a national and international reputation for many of their specialist services, including stroke, renal, neurosciences, cancer services and trauma.
As a teaching trust they have a strong relationship with their colleagues at The University of Nottingham and other universities across the East Midlands, including Loughborough University, where we are part of the Olympic Legacy project.
Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
The Nottingham University Hospitals (NUH) are based in the heart of Nottingham and provide services to over 2.5 million residents of Nottingham and its surrounding communities. They also provide specialist services for a further 3-4 million people from across the region. They’re one of the largest employers in the region, employing around 15,000 people at QMC, Nottingham City Hospital and Ropewalk House.
The University of Nottingham's position as a world-class University is confirmed by its ranking in the global league tables. They are ranked in the UK and European top 30 and in the top 1 percent of all universities worldwide.
The Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre (BRC) provide the platform for transformational partnerships between internationally-renowned clinicians and researchers. The research they do aims to drive forward advances in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of health conditions across six key themes: hearing, mental health and technology, respiratory disease, gastrointestinal and liver diseases, musculoskeletal disease and magnetic resonance imaging.
The NIHR Collaboration for Leadership in Applied Health Research and Care (CLAHRC) East Midlands, led by Professor Kamlesh Khunti, brings together a collaboration of local providers and commissioners of NHS services, universities, industry and other relevant organisations. It leads applied health research across the region, translating research findings into improved outcomes for patients.
We provide the expertise, facilities and equipment to conduct world-class experimental medicine and early phase clinical trials.
Based at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH), one of the largest and busiest teaching hospitals in the UK, we have 2,000m2 of NIHR accredited facilities managed by clinical and specialist staff expert in developing and delivering experimental medicine.
Nottingham has contributed to some of the world’s most advanced medical innovations that are transforming the lives of patients. We are carrying out internationally important research in a number of areas including respiratory diseases, hearing loss and tinnitus, musculoskeletal diseases, gastrointestinal and liver disorders, mental health and dementia, ophthalmology and breast cancer. We have expertise in the development of diagnostics, drugs and medical devices.
Academic Health Science Networks have a primary responsibility to their member and partner organisations within the geography in which they operate. Each of the 15 AHSNs has developed a bespoke offer that reflects local priorities, whilst contributing to the collective AHSN endeavour. EMAHSN’s focus is on delivering outcomes more efficiently through the adoption and spread of proven innovations and initiatives at pace and scale.