The Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

Savile Report

Investigation into matters relating to Jimmy Savile within the Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust

This page has been set up to share the Independent Report and further investigations into the activities of Jimmy Savile at hospitals in Leeds during his lifetime.

You may have been redirected here from the Speaking Out website which was set up by the independent investigation team looking into matters relating to Jimmy Savile to share information and seek witnesses during the period of their investigation.

The independent investigation into matters relating to Jimmy Savile was set up in December 2012 to investigate the very serious allegations made against Jimmy Savile by patients, the public and staff at Leeds General Infirmary and other hospitals in Leeds, as well as look at his role as a volunteer and fundraiser and the access he had to the hospital. It was also asked to look at the appropriateness of policies and procedures and give assurance that nothing similar could happen again. The reports were published in June 2014 and are available below.

Following the publication of this report, a small number of further allegations were made and these have also been investigated. The findings from this investigation were published on Thursday 26 February 2015 and reports are available below.

Reports published in February 2015

Reports published in June 2014

Do you want to report a new concern relating to the activities of Jimmy Savile at hospitals in Leeds?

Although the formal investigation has now concluded, if you wish to report a concern then Leeds Teaching Hospitals will look into any matter you wish to raise and respond to you confidentially.

To raise a concern you can contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) using any of the following routes:

Telephone: 0113 2066261
Write to us: PALS Team Manager, Patient Experience Team, St James’s Hospital, Trust Headquarters, Beckett Street, Leeds, LS9 7TF

Where to get more help and support:

If you have been affected by the contents of the report and wish to speak to a support organisation who can give help and support, here are some useful numbers you may wish to contact:

NAPAC (Association for People Abused in Childhood)
Free confidential support line
0800 085 3330

NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children)
Free confidential support line
0800 800 5000

Victim Support
Confidential support line
08 08 16 89 111

The Samaritan
Helpline to provide a safe place to talk where all conversations are private
0845 7 90 90 90
email: jo(at)