The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Programme

Welcome

Our virtual market event took place on Wednesday 21 October at 9:30am.  You can watch it again here: Virtual Market Event video (presentations start at 00:45).

About the virtual market event

The virtual market event is your opportunity to meet senior leaders from across the Trust involved in delivering the Hospitals of the Future programme. 

For more information, view biographies of our speakers or read our pre-event materials and background information

Itinerary

Programme

Speaker

Welcome and introduction to the event

Dr Phil Wood

Chief Medical Officer and Chair of the Hospitals of the Future Project Board

A significant impact

The benefits of the Hospitals of the Future project for Leeds and the wider region.

Dame Linda Pollard, DBE DL Hon LLD, 

Trust Chair

Introducing Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

What the Hospitals of the Future project means for the Trust and the way we provide patient care.

Julian Hartley

Chief Executive

Overview of the Hospitals of the Future project.

Mike Bacon

Building the Leeds Way Programme Director

Introducing the Design Brief

This hospital development is a unique opportunity to incorporate to design bespoke buildings and facilities that will enable the Trust to provide the most advanced, responsive care for our patients. This session will highlight the benefits this will bring for our clinicians and staff.

Dr Phil Wood

Chief Medical Officer and Chair of the Hospitals of the Future Project Board

What we want to create in the design of the new Leeds Children’s Hospital.

A purpose-built hospital designed around the needs of children and young people is a first for Leeds. Dr Mike Richards talks about the new hospital and what bespoke design will mean for clinicians and patients.

Dr Mike Richards

Consultant Paediatric Haematologist, Clinical Director Leeds Children’s Hospital.

Bringing together maternity and neonatal services in Leeds.

The new hospital development enables us to bring together maternity and neonatal services in Leeds. 

Dr Kelly Cohen explains how this will enable clinical teams to work together more efficiently and give women and their families the highest quality support.

Dr Kelly Cohen

Clinical Director Women’s CSU and Consultant in Obstetrics and Fetal Medicine, Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.

Final remarks and event end.

 

Dr Phil Wood

Chief Medical Officer and Chair of the Hospitals of the Future Project Board

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