With an aim to serve the people in the region with better health care facilities, two Bristol NHS trusts are announcing their merger.
The merger announcements are coming from North Bristol NHS Trust and University Hospitals Foundation Trust, which run Southmead Hospital and the Bristol Royal Infirmary. With the release of a joint statement from both the organizations, the people in the region are also expecting improvement in health care facilities.
The new business proposal will allow a focus over the identification of duplication areas as well in the combined workforce, claim the officials of the merging organizations.
A business plan is expected to be drawn by late 2013 for the potential merger. A meeting was held by both the organization's officials on Monday, including Ms. Marie-Noelle Orzel, the chief executive of North Bristol NHS Trust and her counterpart Mr. Robert Woolley at the University Hospitals Trust in which the decision of merger was taken.
With the merger, people will be facilitated with the service of neck and head injury specialists and pediatrics too, all centralized at current University Hospitals. On the other hand, the plan will shift the urology and breast care services to current North Bristol facilities.
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