The Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – Page 7

  • Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

    NHS finances: The best and worst performing trusts in quarter three


    HSJ analysis shows which trusts are performing best, and worst, against their financial plans in 2016-17.

  • Sir Leonard Fenwick
    HSJ Local

    MP demands trust explains Sir Leonard Fenwick extended leave


    A Newcastle MP has called on his local acute foundation trust to be more transparent and give a “reasonable explanation” as to why its chief executive, Sir Leonard Fenwick, is on extended leave.

  • Sir Leonard Fenwick
    HSJ Local

    Updated: NHS's longest serving chief executive takes extended leave


    Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT confirms chief executive Sir Leonard Fenwick is on extended leave Sir Leonard is the longest serving chief executive in the health service Unclear why Sir Leonard has taken leave, or when he will return The NHS’s longest serving chief executive, Sir Leonard Fenwick, ...

  • The Christie

    Revealed: New oversight ratings for every NHS trust


    Each trust placed in one of four categories based on the level of support they require from NHS Improvement Trusts will be formally categorised next month as part of the regulator’s new “single oversight framework” Thirty-five out of 238 trusts will have “maximum autonomy” See every rating in the ...

  • Duncan Selbie
    HSJ Local

    PHE-led panel calls for target to increase preventative spend


    New report recommends north east NHS and local authorities “radically increase” funding in preventative care Report focuses on tacking health inequalities and and close the health and wealth gap in the region Recommends a dedicated investment pot and suggests increasing funding £160m a year by 2020-21 Public sector ...

  • Ormskirk and district general hospital

    More trusts considered for 'financial special measures'


    Regulators have drawn up a list of more NHS providers to be considered for “financial special measures”.

  • Cardiac surgery

    Three trusts set to lose specialist heart surgery


    NHS England announces winners and losers in which trusts provide congenital heart defect services Central Manchester, Royal Brompton and Leicester set to have work transferred to other sites Swathe of trust to cease “occasional” procedures after NHS England sets out new standards Work follows 15 years of conflict between ...

  • Len Fenwick

    Fenwick fears running a chain would take his 'eye off the ball'


    Sir Leonard Fenwick worried that hospital chain would mean taking his “eye of the ball” of Newcastle Upon Tyne Hospitals Foundation Trust Longest serving NHS chief executive attributes outstanding rating to “good relationship with staff” Newcastle being “brought back into the fold” to help with “salvage” of North Cumbria ...

  • Len Fenwick

    First teaching hospital rated outstanding


    Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals FT becomes first teaching hospital to be rated outstanding by the CQC Trust is second in the North East to be awarded the top rating, after Northumbria Healthcare was rated outstanding last month Newcastle is led by Sir Leonard Fenwick, the NHS’s longest serving chief ...

  • Surgery

    Analysis: The child heart surgery hospitals still to meet the new standards


    Five out of 11 hospitals said they are working to meet the new standards in the agreed five year timescale Providers asked to submit a self-assessment of existing congenital heart disease services Proposals for future care models “fall significantly short” and “represent a real safety risk” St George’s has ...

  • Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, University Hospitals Birmingham FT

    Revealed: First digital maturity index scores in full


    This is a full list of trusts’ scores on the new digital maturity index, based on HSJ analysis of NHS England data.

  • Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

    Analysis: The trusts targeted by Carter for estates savings


    Trusts expected to meet key targets around non-clinical and unused space by April 2020 HSJ has learned the methodology used by the Carter review to benchmark trusts There are acknowledged flaws and issues with the data being used, with some trusts admitting they made inaccurate submissions Explore the data ...

  • Cumbria lake windermere

    Success regime plans to 'cement' links between trusts


    North Cumbria proposals include a formal management link between trusts and Newcastle FT to run some clinical services Other ideas include: a new academic centre for rural health and care to attract clinical staff A “clinical task force” to address urgent staffing gaps and develop new care models “Helimedicine” ...

  • Stuart belringer
    HSJ Knowledge

    Meet the next generation of healthcare scientists


    Chief Scientific Officer Awards: Healthcare scientist Rising Stars

  • Angel of the North

    North of England: Staff survey best and worst performers


    Analysis of the best and worst performers in the North of England region on key measures in the NHS staff survey 2015, released today.

  • Len Fenwick
    HSJ Local

    Newcastle FT to take over some North Cumbria services


    Newcastle FT will run some children’s services in north Cumbria Partnership set to be extended with cancer services considered a likely focus North Cumbria grappling with unsafe and unsustainable services, and senior leadership turnover North Cumbria University Hospitals in special measures and part of success regime Newcastle upon ...

  • Duncan Selbie

    Selbie to chair North East health devolution commission


    Public Health England chief executive Duncan Selbie has been appointed chair of the North East’s commission for health and social care integration.

  • Calculator

    Revealed: Trusts' estimated savings potential


    By using publicly available data, HSJ has been able to closely match the methodology used by Lord Carter to produce trusts’ headline “savings opportunity” figures. Here we list the least and most efficient trusts according to the headline measure, as well as data for all trusts.

  • Social care

    Exclusive: CCGs call for NHS allocations to account for social care cuts


    Newcastle and Liverpool CCGs call for NHS allocations to account for size of social care cuts HSJ analysis of accounts indicates greatest cuts generally in the north east and parts of the north west. Read full analysis here King’s Fund assistant director warns against recognising care cuts in CCG ...

  • Mental health illustration

    Exclusive: Majority of A&E departments fail liaison psychiatry standards


    Almost three-quarters of England’s liaison psychiatry services in hospital emergency departments are rated substandard, HSJ has learned.