1986 SCARBOROUGH GENERAL HOSPITAL

                                       
 The hospital covers 4 acres off Scalby
 Road.It has a budget of £7.1m and     
 cares for people from Scarborough,    
 Whitby,Malton,Bridlington and also    
 holiday makers.The hospital refers    
 some serious conditions like head     
 injuries,heart/chest problems,burns,  
 maternity problems to hospitals in    
 Leeds and Hull.                       
 The hospital comprises 2 surgical     
 wards(28beds),2 medical wards(28beds),
 1 children's ward(26beds) and 35 beds 
 for orthopaedic patients and planned  
 operations. 1000 employees include    
 nurses,doctors,administrators,cleaners
 launderers,catering etc.The hospital  
 can take 236 people but in outpatients
 there is no limit as they can be      
 transferred to other hospitals. The   
 hospital deals with over 1110 children
 in a year!                            
 

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