List of hospitals in England

North Central London
Barnet General Hospital

Chase Farm Hospital

Highlands Hospital

Great Ormond Street Hospital

Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth

Middlesex Hospital

North Middlesex Hospital

Royal Free Hospital

St. Ann’s Hospital

University College Hospital

Whittington Hospital

North East London
Harold Wood Hospital

Homerton University Hospital

King George Hospital

London Lock Hospital

Moorfields Eye Hospital

National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery

Newham University Hospital

Queen Elizabeth Hospital for Children

Queen’s Hospital

Rush Green Hospital

St Andrew’s Hospital

Royal London Hospital

Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital

St Bartholomew’s Hospital

St Clement’s Hospital

Wanstead Hospital

Whipps Cross University Hospital

North West London
Hammersmith Hospital

Central Middlesex Hospital

Chelsea and Westminster Hospital

Ealing Hospital

Harefield Hospital

Hillingdon Hospital

Mount Vernon Hospital

Northwick Park Hospital

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital

St Mary’s Hospital

West Middlesex Hospital

Western Eye Hospital

South East London
Beckenham Hospital

Bethlem Royal Hospital

Dulwich Hospital

Evelina Children’s Hospital

St Francis Hospital

St Giles Hospital

Greenwich Hospital

Greenwich District Hospital

Guy’s Hospital

King’s College Hospital

Lambeth Hospital

University Hospital Lewisham

Maudsley Hospital

Mayday University Hospital

Orpington Hospital

Princess Royal University Hospital

Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Queen Mary’s Hospital

St. Thomas’ Hospital

South West London
Charing Cross Hospital

Chelsea & Westminster Hospital

Cromwell Hospital

Kingston Hospital

Royal Brompton Hospital

Royal Hospital Chelsea

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability

St George’s Hospital

St Mary Abbot’s Hospital

Royal Marsden Hospital

St. Helier Hospital

Westminster Hospital

Other strategic health authorities

East Midlands
Chesterfield Royal Hospital – Chesterfield
Derby City General Hospital
Derbyshire Children’s Hospital – Derby
Derbyshire Royal Infirmary – Derby
Glenfield General Hospital – Glenfield, Leicestershire
Grantham & District Hospital – Grantham, Lincolnshire
Kettering General Hospital – Kettering, Northamptonshire
King’s Mill Hospital – Sutton-in-Ashfield, Nottinghamshire
Leicester General Hospital – Leicester
Leicester Royal Infirmary – Leicester
Lincoln County Hospital – Lincoln, Lincolnshire
Louth County Hospital – Louth, Lincolnshire
Nottingham City Hospital – Nottingham
Pilgrim Hospital – Boston, Lincolnshire
Queen’s Medical Centre – Nottingham
Rampton Secure Hospital – Nottinghamshire
St Andrew’s Hospital – Northampton charitable – UK’s largest private hospital

East of England
Addenbrooke’s Hospital – Cambridge, 1,300 Beds
Bedford Hospital – Bedford, 520 Beds
Broomfield Hospital – Chelmsford, 800 Beds
Colchester General Hospital – Colchester, Essex
Edith Cavell Hospital – Peterborough, Cambridgeshire
Essex County Hospital – Colchester, Essex
Hinchingbrooke Hospital – Huntingdon, Cambridgeshire, 396 Beds
Ipswich Hospital – Ipswich
James Paget Hospital – Gorleston, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
Lister Hospital – Stevenage, Hertfordshire
Luton & Dunstable Hospital – Luton, Bedfordshire
Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital – Norwich
Norwich Community Hospital – Norwich
Papworth Hospital – Cambridgeshire
Prestwich Hospital – Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk
Princess Alexandra Hospital (Harlow) – Harlow, Essex
Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn – King’s Lynn, Norfolk
Queen Elizabeth II Hospital – Welwyn Garden City, Hertfordshire
St Leonard’s Hospital – Sudbury, Suffolk
Walnut Tree Hospital – Sudbury, Suffolk
West Suffolk Hospital – Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk, 664 Beds

North East
Auckland Park Hospital – Bishop Auckland
Bishop Auckland General Hospital – Bishop Auckland
Cherry Knowle Hospital – Ryhope
Chester-le-Street Hospital – Chester-le-Street
County Hospital – Durham
Cleveland Nuffield Hospital – Stockton-on-Tees
Earls House Hospital – Durham
Darlington Memorial Hospital – Darlington
Freeman Hospital – Newcastle
Hexham General Hospital – Hexham
The James Cook University Hospital – Middlesbrough
Middleton St George Hospital – Middleton St George
Newcastle General Hospital – Newcastle
North Tyneside General Hospital – North Shields
Queen Elizabeth Hospital – Gateshead
Royal Victoria Infirmary – Newcastle
St Luke’s Hospital – Middlesbrough
St Nicholas Hospital – Gosforth
Shotley Bridge Community Hospital – Shotley Bridge
South Tyneside District Hospital – South Shields
Sunderland Royal Hospital
University Hospital of North Durham – Durham
University Hospital of Hartlepool – Hartlepool
University Hospital of North Tees – Stockton-on-Tees
Wansbeck General Hospital – Ashington
West Lane Hospital – Middlesbrough
West Park Hospital – Darlington
General Hospital Ayresome Green Lane (Middlesbrough)(Demolished)

North West
Arrowe Park Hospital – Wirral
Ashworth Hospital
Alder Hey Children’s Hospital – Liverpool
Altrincham General Hospital
Billinge Hospital
Birch Hill Hospital – Rochdale
Blackpool Victoria Hospital – Blackpool, Lancashire
Booth Hall Children’s Hospital
Broadgreen Hospital – Liverpool
Burnley General Hospital – Burnley, Lancashire
Cumberland Infirmary – Carlisle
Countess of Chester Hospital – Chester, Cheshire
Fairfield Hospital – Bury
Fazakerley Hospital – Liverpool
Furness General Hospital – Barrow-in-Furness
Salford Royal – Salford
Leigh Infirmary – Leigh
Macclesfield District Hospital – Macclesfield
Manchester Royal Eye Hospital – Manchester
Manchester Royal Infirmary – Manchester
North Cheshire Hospital – Warrington Home base of stem-cell research scientist Dr. Mark P.P. Wayne.
North Manchester General Hospital
Rochdale Infirmary
Royal Albert Edward Infirmary – Wigan
Royal Blackburn Hospital – Blackburn, opened on July 8, 2006 combines the two previous hospitals in Blackburn (Blackburn Royal Infirmary and Queen’s Park Hospital) into one main ‘super-hospital’, financed via the PFI
Royal Bolton Hospital – Bolton
Royal Liverpool Children’s Hospital – Liverpool
Royal Liverpool University Hospital – Liverpool
Royal Manchester Children’s Hospital – Pendlebury
Royal Oldham Hospital – Oldham
Royal Preston Hospital – Preston
Southport and Ormskirk District General Hospital
St Mary’s Hospital for Women and Children – Manchester
Stepping Hill Hospital – Stockport
Tameside General Hospital – Ashton-under-Lyne
Trafford General Hospital, Davyhulme, Manchester – formally Park Hospital- the first hospital in the NHS (1948)
The Walton Centre for Neurology and Neurosurgery – Liverpool
Warrington Hospital – Warrington
West Cumberland Infirmary – Whitehaven
Westmorland General Hospital – Kendal
Whiston Hospital – Whiston, Merseyside
Wirral University Teaching Hospital – Wirral
Withington Hospital – Manchester
Wythenshawe Hospital – Manchester

South East Coast
Ashford Hospital – Ashford, Surrey
Brighton General Hospital – Brighton
Broadmoor Hospital
Conquest Hospital – Hastings, East Sussex
Crawley Hospital – Crawley, West Sussex
Darent Valley Hospital – Dartford, Kent
Eastbourne District General Hospital – Eastbourne, East Sussex
East Surrey Hospital = Redhill, Surrey
Frimley Park Hospital – Frimley, Surrey
Kent and Sussex Hospital – Tunbridge Wells, Kent
Medway Maritime Hospital – Medway, Kent
Nuffield Hospital Brighton – Brighton
Princess Royal Hospital – Haywards Heath, West Sussex
Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital (QEQM) – Margate, Kent
Queen Victoria Hospital – East Grinstead, West Sussex
Royal Sussex County Hospital – Brighton
Royal Alexandra Hospital – Brighton
Royal Surrey County Hospital – Guildford, Surrey
Southlands Hospital – Shoreham-by-Sea, West Sussex
St Peter’s Hospital – Chertsey, Surrey
St Richard’s Hospital – Chichester, West Sussex
William Harvey Hospital – Ashford, Kent
Worthing Hospital – Worthing, West Sussex

South Central
Coldeast Hospital – Salisbury Green, Hampshire
Gosport War Memorial Hospital – Gosport, Hampshire
Havant War Memorial Hospital – Havant, Hampshire
Heatherwood Hospital – Ascot, Berkshire
Horton General Hospital – Banbury, Oxfordshire
John Radcliffe Hospital – Oxford
Lymington Hospital – Lymington
Lymington New Forest Hospital – Lymington
Medway Maritime Hospital – Medway
Moorgreen Hospital – West End, Hampshire
Milton Keynes General Hospital – Milton Keynes – 460 Beds
New Hall Hospital – Salisbury independent
North Hampshire Hospital – Basingstoke
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre – Oxford
Oxford Clinic for Specialist Surgery – Oxford
Petersfield Hospital – Petersfield, Hampshire
Queen Alexandra Hospital – Portsmouth, Hampshire
Radcliffe Infirmary – Oxford
Romsey Hospital – Romsey
Royal Berkshire Hospital – Reading, Berkshire
Royal Buckinghamshire Hospital – Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
Royal Hampshire County Hospital – Winchester
Royal Hospital Haslar – Gosport, Hampshire
Royal South Hampshire Hospital – Southampton
Southampton General Hospital – Southampton
Stoke Mandeville Hospital – Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire
St Christopher’s Hospital – Fareham, Hampshire
St James’ Hospital – Portsmouth, Hampshire
St Mary’s Hospital – Isle of Wight
St Mary’s Hospital – Portsmouth, Hampshire
Tatchbury Mount Hospital – Totton
Warneford Hospital – Oxford
Western Hospital – Southampton
Wexham Park Hospital – Wexham, Slough, Berkshire
Fareham Community Hospital(Planned) – Locksheath, Fareham, Southampton

South West
Bodmin NHS Treatment Centre (Bodmin Hospital) – Bodmin, Cornwall
Royal Bournemouth Hospital – Bournemouth, Dorset
Bristol Royal Hospital for Children – Bristol
Bristol General Hospital – Bristol
Bristol Royal Infirmary – Bristol
Camborne/Redruth Community Hospital – Illogan Highway
Cheltenham General Hospital – Cheltenham, Gloucestershire
Christchurch Hospital – Christchurch, Dorset
Cossham Memorial Hospital – Bristol
Derriford Hospital – Plymouth
Dorset County Hospital – Dorchester
Edward Hain Memorial Hospital – St Ives
Frenchay Hospital – Bristol
Gloucestershire Royal Hospital – Gloucester
Great Western Hospital – Swindon
Helston Cottage Hospital – Helston, Cornwall
Musgrove Park Hospital – Taunton, Somerset
North Devon District Hospital – Barnstaple, Devon
Paulton Memorial Hospital – Paulton, Somerset
Poltair Hospital – Heamoor, Penzance, Cornwall.
Poole Hospital – Poole, Dorset
Royal Cornwall Hospital – Truro
Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital – Exeter
Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases – Bath, Somerset
Royal United Hospital – Bath, Somerset
St Ann’s Hospital – Poole, Dorset
St Michael’s Hospital – Bristol
St Michael’s Hospital – Hayle, Cornwall
Salisbury District Hospital – Salisbury, Wiltshire
South Bristol Community Hospital – Hengrove, Bristol (due to open in Autumn 2009)
Southmead Hospital – Bristol
Stoke Military Hospital – Plymouth (closed in 1945)
The Old Manor Hospital – Salisbury
Torbay District Hospital – Torquay
West Cornwall Hospital – Penzance
Westminster Memorial Hospital – Shaftesbury, Dorset
Weston General Hospital – Weston-super-Mare, North Somerset

West Midlands
Alexandra Hospital – Redditch
Birmingham Children’s Hospital – Birmingham
Birmingham Dental Hospital – Birmingham
Birmingham Nuffield Hospital (Independent) – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Birmingham Womens Hospital – Edgbaston, Birmingham
City Hospital, Birmingham – Birmingham
Ellen Badger Hospital – Shipston-on-Stour
George Eliot Hospital – Nuneaton
Good Hope Hospital – Sutton Coldfield
Heartlands Hospital – Birmingham
Moseley Hall Hospital – Moseley, Birmingham
New Cross Hospital – Wolverhampton
Princess Royal Hospital – Telford
Queen Elizabeth Hospital – Birmingham
Queen Elizabeth Psychiatric Hospital – Edgbaston, Birmingham
Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital – Oswestry
Royal Leamington Spa Rehabilitation Hospital – Leamington Spa
The Priory Hospital (Independent) – Edgbaston, Birmingham
The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital – Northfield, Birmingham
The Woodbourne Independent Hospital Birmingham – Birmingham
Royal Shrewsbury Hospital – Shrewsbury
Sandwell General Hospital – Sandwell
Selly Oak Hospital – Birmingham
Showell Green Lane Mental Hospital – Sparkhill, Birmingham
Spire Parkway Hospital(BUPA) – Solihull, Birmingham
St Michaels Hospital – Warwick
Solihull Hospital – Solihull, Birmingham
Staffordshire General Hospital – Stafford
Stratford Hospital – Stratford-upon-Avon
University Hospital Coventry – Coventry (Opened 2006 as a replacement for Walsgrave Hospital & Coventry and Warwickshire Hospital)
University Hospital of North Staffordshire – Stoke-on-Trent
Warwick Hospital – Warwick
Warwickshire Nuffield Hospital – Leamington Spa
West Heath Hospital – Birmingham
Worcestershire Royal Hospital – Worcester

Yorkshire and the Humber

North and East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire
Alfred Bean Hospital – Driffield, East Riding of Yorkshire
Beverley Westwood Hospital – Beverley, East Riding of Yorkshire
Bridlington and District Hospital – Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire
Castle Hill Hospital – Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire
Diana Princess of Wales Hospital – Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire
Goole and District Hospital – Goole, East Riding of Yorkshire
Harrogate District Hospital – Harrogate, North Yorkshire
Hornsea Cottage Hospital – Hornsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
Hull and East Riding Hospital – Anlaby, East Riding of Yorkshire
Hull Nuffield Hospital – Cottingham, East Riding of Yorkshire
Hull Royal Infirmary – Hull, East Riding of Yorkshire
Malton Community Hospital – Malton, North Yorkshire
The Retreat – York, North Yorkshire
Ripon and District Community Hospital – Ripon, North Yorkshire
St Hugh’s Hospital – Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire
Scarborough General Hospital – Scarborough, North Yorkshire
Whitby Community Hospital – Whitby, North Yorkshire
Withernsea Community Hospital – Withernsea, East Riding of Yorkshire
York District Hospital – York, North Yorkshire

South Yorkshire
Barnsley Hospital NHS Foundation Trust – Barnsley
Beighton Community Hospital – Sheffield
Centenary House (community paediatrics) – Sheffield
Charles Clifford Dental Hospital – Sheffield
Claremont Hospital
Doncaster Gate Hospital – Rotherham
Doncaster Royal Infirmary – Doncaster
Flocton House (children’s Services) – Sheffield
Jessop Hospital for Women (closed 2001) – Sheffield
Jessop Wing – Sheffield
Montagu Hospital – Mexborough
Nether Edge Hospital, Sheffield
Northern General Hospital – Sheffield
Oakwood Young People’s Centre (linked to Oakwood School) – Sheffield
Park Hill Hospital – Doncaster
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust – Rotherham
Royal Hallamshire Hospital – Sheffield
Ryegate Children’s Centre – Sheffield
Sheffield Children’s Hospital – Sheffield
Shirle Hill Hospital – Sheffield
St Catherine’s Hospital – Doncaster
St George’s Hospital – Sheffield
St Peter’s Close (for Child psychiatry) – Sheffield
Thornbury Hospital – Sheffield
Weston Park Hospital – Sheffield

West Yorkshire
Airedale General Hospital – Keighley
Bradford Royal Infirmary – Bradford
Calderdale Royal Hospital – Halifax
Castleford, Normanton and District Hospital – Castleford
Chapel Allerton Hospital – Leeds
Clayton Hospital – Wakefield
Dewsbury and District Hospital – Dewsbury
Fieldhead Hospital – Wakefield
Leeds Dental Hospital – Leeds
Leeds General Infirmary – Leeds
Lynfield Mount Hospital – Bradford
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary – Huddersfield
Methley Park Hospital – Methley
Nuffield Hospital Leeds – Leeds
Pinderfields General Hospital – Wakefield
Pontefract General Infirmary – Pontefract
St James’s University Hospital – Leeds
St. Luke’s Hospital, Bradford – Bradford
St. Luke’s Hospital, Huddersfield – Huddersfield
Seacroft Hospital – Leeds
Wharfedale Hospital – Otley