The Blackpool, Fylde and Wyre Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was established on 1st December 2007. The Trust then gained teaching hospital status and became Blackpool Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in 2010. In April 2012 the Trust merged with community health services from NHS Blackpool and NHS North Lancashire as part of the Transformation of Patient Pathways Programme.
The Trust now serves a population of approximately 440,000 residents across Blackpool, Fylde, Wyre, Lancashire and South Cumbria and the North of England.
The Trust comprises Blackpool Victoria Hospital which is a large busy acute hospital and two smaller community hospitals – Clifton Hospital and Fleetwood Hospital and the National Artificial Eye Service.
Bispham Hospital is now a social enterprise and has its own website.
The Trust is also responsible for the provision of Community services such as District Nursing and Midwifery to an large geographical area, extending from Lytham St Annes in the South as far North as Morecambe and Carnforth.
We employ more than 6,000 staff and our budget is approximately £335m per year. We have around 830 beds across all sites and see more than 56,000 day-case and inpatients, 250,000 outpatients and over 91,000 A & E patients every year.
We are also one of four tertiary cardiac centres in the North West, providing specialist cardiac services to heart patients from Lancashire and South Cumbria.
Archived Annual Plans
Annual Report and Accounts/Quality Report
Archived Annual Report & Accounts and Quality Reports
- Annual Report and Accounts 2013-2014
- Annual Report and Accounts 2012-2013
- Annual Report and Accounts 2011-2012
- Annual Report and Accounts 2010-2011
- Quality Report 2013-2014
- Quality Report 2012-2013
- Quality Report 2011-2012
- Quality Report 2010-2011