The James Paget Healthcare NHS Trust became the first Foundation Trust in Norfolk and Suffolk on 1 August 2006 and is known as the James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
We employ over 3,000 staff. We provide services at the James Paget University Hospital in Gorleston, supported by services at the Newberry Centre Children’s Clinic and other outreach clinics.
Our catchment population is 230,000 which is expected to steadily increase.
The Trust is a high performing organisation that prides itself in putting patients first. We continually strive to improve clinical outcomes and patient experience to meet the needs of our patients and local population and our hospital is firmly rooted in the local community. We have a talented and loyal workforce, with a commitment to embrace and deliver improvement and change.
We face many challenges, due to the changing landscape in the NHS and the continuing financial challenges and discussion around future sustainability, but we have vision to continually improve quality and patient care. We want to deliver services that are closely integrated with primary, community and social care and to maximise our potential as a first class centre for teaching and research.
As a University Hospital we train over one third of the medical students from the University of East Anglia. We have a strong national reputation for research and excellence in the quality of our training facilities.
As a Foundation Trust since 2006 we have been able to make a surplus and use this to develop services for local people. The Day Case Unit development has been made possible by reinvesting in this way.
The public and staff are directly involved in decisions about our services, through our Council of Governors, and influence the future.
Foundation Trust structure
Our Foundation Trust structure is set out in the latest management structure.
You can view our organisational structure here.
If you would like more information on the Trust and its structure, please contact Ann Filby.