The Northern General Hospital is a large teaching hospital in Sheffield, England. Its departments include Accident and Emergency for adults, with children being treated at the Sheffield Children’s Hospital on Western Bank. The hospital is run by the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which also runs the Royal Hallamshire Hospital.
The hospital has over 1100 beds and employs more than 6,000 staff. Together with the other hospitals managed by Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, a wide range of specialist services are provided including orthopaedics, renal, heart and lung services and a state of the art, purpose built Spinal Injuries Unit.