TitleCentral Sheffield University Hospitals NHS Trust
AdminHistoryThe Central Sheffield University Hospitals NHS Trust (CSUH NHS Trust) was established under section 5 of the National Health Service and Community Care Act, 1990, by statutory order of October 1991. The Trust was established on 1 November 1991 and until it came into full operation on 1 April 1992, Sheffield Health Authority provided assistance. CSUH NHS Trust was created to own and manage hospital accommodation and services provided at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital and associated hospitals, including the management of its teaching and research facilities. The 'associated hospitals' were the Jessop Hospital for Women, Nether Edge Hospital and a small part of Lodge Moor Hospital. The Charles Clifford Dental Hospital was also integrated within the CSUH NHS Trust in 1995. CSUH NHS Trust merged with Weston Park Hospital NHS Trust on 1 April 1999 to become a major teaching hospital, with improved close relations with the Northern General Hospital.
Central Sheffield University Hospitals NHS Trust and the Northern General Hospital NHS Trust merged on 1 April 2001 to form the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, which then achieved Foundation status on 1 July 2004.
Description Central administration
NHS42/1/1 Annual reports, 1993 - 2001
NHS42/1/2 Development [1991]
NHS42/1/3 Other authorities, 1985 - 2001
Date1985 - 2001
Extent12 items
RelatedMaterial'The Central Sheffield Hospitals: Corporate Strategy, 1993-98', 1992 (Sheffield Local Studies, 362.11 SQ)
'The Central Sheffield Hospitals: Corporate Strategy, 1999/2000 - 2003/2004', 1999 (Sheffield Local Studies, 362.11 SQ)
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