Patient-led assessments of the care environment (PLACE) provide a snapshot of how an organisation is performing against a range of non-clinical activities which impact on a persons experience of care. The assessments aim to improve standards and apply to all hospitals delivering NHS funded care.
Our strategy, Caring, Discovering, Growing: Together, sets out our vision, values and strategic ambitions for the next five years.
We have also developed a range of other underpinning strategies that set out further detail on how we will achieve our plans. These focus on our clinical workforce, pharmacy and information technology for example.
Hopewood Park is situated in Ryhope, Sunderland. The hospital opened on September 2014 on the site of the former Ryhope General Hospital and replaces the Trust’s Cherry Knowle Hospital and the mental health wards in South Tyneside General Hospital.
Cleadon is an inpatient unit with 18 beds providing assessment, treatment and rehabilitation by a multi disciplinary health and social care team for older people with mental health problems arising from functional disorders such as depression.