York Hospital is a National Health Service teaching hospital in York, England. It is managed by the York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, an NHS foundation trust which also runs several other hospitals in North Yorkshire and the East Riding of Yorkshire.
|York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust|
|Location||Wigginton Road, York, YO31 8HE, North Yorkshire, England|
|Hospital type||Teaching hospital|
|Affiliated university||Hull York Medical School|
The present facility on Wigginton Road, which replaced numerous other facilities, including Acomb Hospital, Deighton Grove Hospital, Fulford Hospital, the Military Hospital, Yearsley Bridge Hospital, York City Hospital and York County Hospital, was designed by Llewelyn-Davies, Weeks, Forestier-Walker and Bor and built and equipped at a cost of £12.5 million between 1971 and 1976. It was officially opened by Princess Alexandra on 28 July 1977.
There is an urgent care centre at York Hospital which is open every day. Hospedia gives patients and staff entertainment and music through the day and night. It also provides some specialist shows, including live commentary from nearby York City Football Club.
- Webb, Katherine A. (2002). From County Hospital to NHS Trust: The History and Archives of NHS Services, Hospitals and Management in York, 1740-2000. 1. Borthwick Texts and Calendars. p. 175. ISBN 0-903857-99-5.
- "Need treatment or care?". Vale of York Clinical Commissioning Group. Retrieved 21 September 2018.
- "Hospital television charges defended". York Press. 2 September 2013. Retrieved 21 September 2018.