Who is the CEO of Torbay Hospital?

Who is the CEO of Torbay Hospital?

Liz Davenport
Liz Davenport She took a key role in leading the implementation of the integrated care model, including the development of community services. Liz was appointed in October 2018 as the Trust’s substantive Chief Executive following a period in the Interim role.

How many staff does Torbay Hospital have?

6,500 staff
We are passionate about creating a fairer and more inclusive NHS for everyone. We employ over 6,500 staff, including doctors, nurses, occupational therapists, social workers, consultants, and physiotherapists, as well as highly skilled managers, administrators and technical experts.

What type of hospital is Torbay?

Torbay Hospital (unscheduled care) provides an emergency medicine service through a Type 1 Emergency Department (ED) including trauma.

How many beds does Torbay Hospital have?

The Trust catchment area extends to 300 square miles and the Trust manages the District General Hospital in Torquay (Torbay Hospital) with around 500 acute beds, and the area’s 9 community hospital which have approximately 180 in-patient beds and are managed by the PCT’s.

Where is Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust?

The area is seen as pioneering in the English NHS because of the work done with Torbay and Southern Devon Health and Care NHS Trust to integrate health and social care….

Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust
Type NHS foundation trust
Established 1 October 2015
Headquarters Newton Road Torquay TQ2 7AA

Which trust is Torbay Hospital?

South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
South Devon Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust runs Torbay Hospital and has a reputation for innovation: • one of 5 national centres designated by the Department of Health as an “NHS flagship”.

Does Torbay Hospital have a helipad?

The hospital contains an accident & emergency department, which is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and contains a grass helipad.

Is Torbay in South Devon?

Torbay /tɔːrˈbeɪ/ is a borough and unitary authority in Devon, south west England.

What area does Torbay Hospital cover?

The Trust runs Torbay Hospital, five community hospitals and provides health and social care in Dawlish, Teignmouth, Totnes, Dartmouth, Torbay, Newton Abbot, Ashburton, Bovey Tracey and the surrounding area.

Where is the fracture clinic at Torbay Hospital?

We are located in the navy zone on Level 1or from the main hospital entrance on Level 4 by following the signs for the Fracture Clinic. There are a limited number of free parking spaces outside for two hours.

Is Torbay a nice place to live?

The town has long been a popular spot for ‘staycationers’ thanks to its mild, Mediterranean-esque microclimate and despite the impression given by popular British TV shows Fawlty Towers and The Hotel, Torquay hotels also regularly receive accolades such as TripAdvisor’s Traveller’s Choice Awards.

Why have I been referred to fracture clinic?

Traditionally, all patients who sustain a broken bone (fracture), are given an appointment for a fracture clinic. This often happens on the day following the injuries. These clinic are often busy and can be quite bewildering. There is often removal and application of plaster casts, along with taking x-rays.

Why is Torbay called Torbay?

Torbay’s name originally derives from the word ‘tor’, which is Saxon for craggy hill or peak. The bay, which has become known as the English Riviera, is made up of the towns of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham.

Is Torbay poor?

As a local authority area, Torbay is amongst the most deprived in England – see figure 3. Torbay is the most deprived local authority area in the South West region.

What will they do at fracture clinic?