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University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust

The Burton Hospitals and Derby Teaching Hospitals Trusts merged on 1 July 2018 to form University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust having had a long prior history of working closely together. Benefitting local people across southern Derbyshire and south east Staffordshire, the new Trust brings together the expertise of over 12,000 staff across five hospital sites with the aim of delivering “exceptional care together”. All five hospitals – the Royal Derby Hospital, Queen’s Hospital, Burton and the Samuel Johnson, Sir Robert Peel and London Road community hospitals have each retained their individual names and their own unique identities and each has an important part to play in the Trust’s future.

The Trust’s in-depth understanding of its patients’ needs, stakeholder concerns and best practice in the delivery of services and of public sector policy ensures that the STRIDE Partnership remains relevant and responds positively to local requirements.

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  • Health Innovation Partners

    A joint venture between Community Solutions and Arcadis, Health Innovation Partners provides STRIDE with unrivalled depth of expertise across a full range of NHS related estates services, having successfully delivered strategic advisory, new project development, technical services and FM services to a wide range of NHS organisations. Access to this expertise has enabled those NHS organisations to plan for, and react positively to changing service demands, as well as meet the requirements of The Carter Review on Operational Efficiency and The Naylor Review on NHS Property and Estates.

    Through Health Innovation Partners, STRIDE is also able to provide access to, arrange and deliver private sector capital where required to finance projects such as new build or refurbishment works, disposal and/or acquisition of land and facilities to support NHS related health and social care services, as well as select commercial development opportunities.

http://healthinnovationpartners.co.uk