Local hospitals

Your hospital services

NHS Nottingham City CCG is responsible for ensuring appropriate healthcare for the city’s population of 305,000 and that includes all the services that people receive in hospitals.
Hospital services cover everything from helping diagnose people’s health issues to delivering care and treatment.  Sometimes the care received is planned with a procedure or operation that has been booked in advance. Sometimes the need for the visit is emergency care due to a serious accident.

Nottingham University Hospitals Trust

The main local hospital is Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH), which covers both the Queen’s Medical Centre (QMC) and Nottingham City Hospital. Details of services provided by NUH and further information about the organisation can be found on their website: www.nuh.nhs.uk

NHS hospitals

Other hospitals providing NHS care in the region include:

Mixed sex accommodation

Declarations of compliance with eliminating mixed sex accommodation

NHS Nottingham City is pleased to confirm that all relevant providers for whom we have lead commissioning responsibilities have declared that they are compliant with the Government’s requirement to eliminate mixed-sex accommodation, except when it is in the patient’s overall best interest, or reflects their personal choice.

Read more: Mixed sex accommodation

Treatment Centres

On the same location at the QMC Campus is the Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre which opened in 2008.  This is run by a separate organisation, called Circle Nottingham, and delivers care and treatment in modern state-of-the-art facilities. 
For more information please visit the website www.circlehealth.co.uk/

Through increased choice in the NHS, many patients also now choose to visit the Barlborough NHS Treatment Centre in the region for specialist orthopaedic care. For more information please visit the website www.barlboroughtreatmentcentre.nhs.uk


East Midlands Ambulance Service provides emergency and urgent care, patient transport, call handling and clinical triage services for 4.6 million people every year.
For more information about the ambulance service, please visit their website at www.emas.nhs.uk