The Queen's Medical Center is part of the NHS Trust (NUH) of the University of Nottingham Hospitals.

Formed in 2006, we are now one of the largest and busiest acute Trusts in England, employing 14,500 employees. We serve more than 2.5 million residents of Nottingham and its surrounding communities. At queens hospital Nottingham, we also provide specialized services to another 3-4 million people in neighboring counties each year.

The Trust is comprised of the Queen's Medical Center, Nottingham City Hospital, and Ropewalk House.

Queen’s Medical Center: our emergency care site (where our Emergency Department is located).

Nottingham City Hospital: where our Cancer Center, Heart Center, and Stoke services are located and where we focus on planned care and care for patients with long-term conditions.

Ropewalk House: where we provide a variety of outpatient services, including hearing services

We have built a national and international reputation for many of our specialized services, including stroke, kidney, neuroscience, cancer, and trauma services. QMC is the home of Nottingham Children's Hospital.

The Trust has an annual income of £ 824 million, 87 rooms, and around 1,700 beds.

We are at the forefront of many research programs and new surgical procedures. Nottingham is the only NHS trusted and university association in the country that has three successful offerings for Biomedical Research Units in hearing, digestive disease, and respiratory medicine.

As a trusted professor, we have a strong relationship with our colleagues at the University of Nottingham and other East Midlands universities, including Loughborough University. We play a vital role in the education and training of doctors, nurses, and other health professionals.

We have a large number of departments, services, and teams that provide care and services to Nottinghamshire residents and patients across the UK.

If you visit the University of Nottingham School of Medicine (QMC), you can park in the University Park Campus visitor parking lot. from there you can take it.

The School of Medicine is located next to University Park, across from the busy A52. The two campuses are linked by a pedestrian walkway.
Nottingham University Hospital is part of the East Midlands (North Central) deanery ophthalmology rotation.

The hospital has the following special clinics: glaucoma, diabetic, anterior segment, uveitis, medical ophthalmology, orbital/adnexal, oculoplastic, pediatric, motility, medical retina, vitreoretinal, neuro-ophthalmology, electrophysiology, contact lenses, low vision and cornea

Subspecialty training includes clinical and laboratory research. Postgraduate teaching consists of a weekly half-day study. Nottingham University Hospital generally has 13 consultants.

For instructions, visit the Nottingham University Hospitals Trust website where you will find the latest information on the different ways to travel to the QMC: bicycle, tram, car, bus, Park & ​​Ride and Medi-link and maps. If you are traveling by taxi or private rental vehicle, please read the Nottingham City Council information "How to get home safely".

Follow the main route bypassing X-rays, over the glass bridge, and turn right. Follow the corridor to the EENT Center. Continue to follow the corridor and you will reach the elevators/stairs. You should go down to floor 'A' and then turn left and walk towards the main EENT entrance/exit, on your left you will see 'EENT Outpatients'. Follow the instructions in your appointment letter for details on where your appointment will take place.

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The University of Nottingham Medical School is the medical school of the University of Nottingham, Nottingham, UK. Its first intake of 48 students graduated in 1975.