Read this useful inpatient guide about what to expect if you, or a loved one, is staying in one of our hospitals.
Find out about the different people who’ll be involved in your care and treatment, both in our hospitals and in the community
Your stay with us
- Same sex accommodation – what you can expect when you stay in our hospitals
- Patient safety – how we make our accommodation as safe as we can for our patients
- Infection prevention and control – how we work to minimise the risk of infection
- Looking after your physical health and wellbeing during admission to hospital
- Give us your feedback – if you stay in one of our hospitals, we may ask you to take part in a short survey about your experience
- Legal rights for informal patients.
- Using your own medicines in hospital
Staying in our hospitals
- Find out here how we’ll make sure you’re as comfortable as possible when you’re staying in our hospitals.
Our hospitals and other sites where we have inpatient services
- Acklam Road Hospital (previously West Lane Hospital) – Middlesbrough
- Acomb Gables – York
- Auckland Park Hospital – Bishop Auckland
- Aysgarth unit short term care, learning disabilities – Stockton on Tees
- Bankfields Court – Middlesbrough
- Cross Lane Hospital – Scarborough
- Foss Park Hospital – York
- The Friarage Hospital – Northallerton (belongs to South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust)
- Lanchester Road Hospital – Durham
- Lustrum Vale rehabilitation service – Stockton on Tees
- Primrose Lodge rehabilitation service – Chester-le-Street
- Ridgeway – Middlesbrough
- Sandwell Park – Hartlepool
- Springwood complex needs unit – Malton
- West Park Hospital – Darlington
- Worsley Court – Selby
Our service users and their carers are at the heart of everything we do and we are continuously developing our services to better meet their individual needs.
We want to make sure that people are able to access the specialist care and treatment they need quickly and as near to their homes as possible. While we have invested in specialist community services so that we can support more people at home, there are times when people do need to spend time in hospital so we have also continued to develop our therapeutic inpatient services.