Our emergency departments are extremely busy

Our hospitals are extremely busy at the moment. If you become unwell, it is important that you get care in the right place. If you need urgent medical help, you can call NHS 111 or visit online. Please only visit A&E in serious or life-threatening situations. 

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    We are Mid Yorkshire

    We provide care for over half a million people every year, in their homes, in the community and across our three hospital sites.

    Find out more about our Trust

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    Zero Tolerance - Abuse is not in a day’s work

    Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is taking a zero tolerance approach to abuse and aggression towards our staff and our patients.

    Learn more about the campaign

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    Register with Patients Know Best and access your personal health record online

    Access your health information securely online with Patients Know Best. Also available via the NHS App.

    Find out more

  • Annual General Meeting

    Our next meeting will be held virtually on Thursday 29 September. This will take place from 5pm - 6.30pm via Microsoft Teams. An online link will be made available nearer the time.

Covid-19 pandemic | For the latest information and advice, please visit our Covid-19 information page.

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A&E car park closed

Access to the A&E car park will be closed off whilst we carry out some upgrade and maintenance works. 

  • If you need to drop off a patient urgently, please follow signs to the A&E emergency drop off area.
  • For car parking – please park in the main visitor car park. The A&E car pack will be closed.

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What's going on at our Trust

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Radiology team race to achieve greatness and Jane McDonald vows to match donations

The Trust's Radiology team are raising money to fund a state of the art 3 Tesla MRI Scanner. The team have committed to raise £20,000 towards the new, faster and more advanced scanner. ...

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Ground-breaking colposcopy system goes live

Sarah Stevens, Nurse Colposcopist, has played a key role in the system's implementation. A ground-breaking new digital system for the Colposcopy service at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals Trust has...

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Helping local, young disabled people find their passion

Nine students with learning disabilities have graduated from a unique pre-employment program, Project SEARCH, at the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust (MYHT) in a celebratory ceremony held at Pinderfi...

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Saving babies lives

Changes to care for pregnant women at the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust (MYHT) has meant more ‘at risk’ pregnancies can be identified and perinatal morality reduced.  Foetal gr...