On Monday 18 January, County Durham and Darlington NHS
Foundation Trust attended a public meeting in Bishop Auckland Town
Hall called by Helen Goodman MP to discuss health care services
being delivered from Bishop Auckland Hospital.
The Trust's Chief Executive and Chairman attended the meeting
and were able to share a presentation outlining some of the
services being provided at the hospital and included news on some
recent investments as well.
Did you know:
Also, in 2014/15* here's some facts and figures on activity the
To view a full version of the presentation from the
Urgent Care Services
You may have seen in the media or heard at the public meeting
that there will be a public consultation to look at options for the
future provision of urgent care services. Durham Dales, Easington
and Sedgefield Clinical Commissioning Group (DDES CCG) commissions
these services and the Trust provides the services in their patch
at Bishop Auckland Hospital, Seaham Health Centre and Peterlee
DDES CCG has been carrying out a review of urgent care services
and has stated that there will be a public consultation running
from March to consider options for the future configuration of
these services. There is more information on their website:
If you have any queries or would like any further
information about Bishop Auckland Hospital then please contact
the Trust's Communications Team: cdda-tr.Communications@nhs.net
*latest complete year data.
'Care received was fantastic and I was very well looked after
and very impressed.'
Patient, Day Surgery, Darlington Memorial Hospital