Each Directorate is led by a Clinical Director with between one and five Directorates in each of the ten care groups. who is responsible for the clinical and financial performance of the group. Clinical Directors report to the Medical Director.
These care groups are as follows:
- Acute & Emergency Medicine (Acute & Emergency Medicine)
- Medicine and Pharmacy Services (Diabetes and Endocrinology, Respiratory Medicine, Gastroenterology, Pharmacy)
- OSCCA (Operating Services, Critical Care and Anaesthesia)
- Specialised Cancer, Medicine & Rehabilitation (Communicable Diseases & Specialised Medicine, Spinal Injuries / Rehabilitation, Specialised Cancer Services)
- South Yorkshire Regional Services (Cardiac & Thoracic, Renal and Vascular)
- LEGION (Laboratory Medicine, Medical Imaging & Medical Physics, Obstetrics, Gynaecology and Neonatology)
- Head & Neck (Neurosciences, ENT, Oral & Dental, Ophthalmology)
- Surgical Services (General Surgery, Plastics and Breast Surgery and Urology)
- Combined Community and Acute Care (Integrated Community Care, Pimary Care and Interface Services, Integrated Geriatric & Stroke Medicine, Therapeutics & Palliative Care)
- Muskulo-Skeletal (Chronic Pain, The Hand Centre, Rheumatology, Metabolic Bone, Orthopaedics, MSK Therapy Services, PhysioWorks, the Staff Physiotherapy Service and Podiatric Surgery)
Clinical Directors are supported by Operations Directors who look after aspects of planning and performance within the directorate.
Nurse Directors look after all aspects of the patient experience and work closely with Operations Directors to make sure the correct resources are available to be able to deliver high standards of patient care.
The care groups are all structured differently as their functions and responsibilities vary. The main priority of each and every directorate is to deliver the highest quality patient care and continuously work towards improving the patient experience.
To view the Clinical Directorates and their Care Groups, click here.