Nottingham Hospitals Archives 2011
Nottingham Hospitals History Publications to Download on PDF
The Voice of Dissent: The 370 members of the British Medical Association representing 56,000 doctors who were against the inception of the National Health Service which took place on the 5th July, 1948
The New National Health Service: A leaflet that was sent to all UK citizens informing them of the inception of the National Health Service on the 5th July, 1948, which will be free on the point of use, and of the importance of registering with a G.P.
A highlight of press cuttings covering major events at the Nottingham General Hospital, the Nottingham City Hospital and the Queen’s Medical Centre from the Nottingham Evening Post, the defunct Nottingham Guardian Journal and the Manchester Guardian.
A collection of nine Trent Vale Review’s the monthly magazine for the Trent Vale Health Authority that oversaw, from 1970 to 1974, the running of the former hospitals of Aston Hall, near Derby, Balderton Hospital near Newark, Westdale Centre, Nottingham, Mapperley Hospital, Nottingham, St. Ann’s Hospital, Nottingham, St. Francis Hospital, Nottingham, The Coppice Hospital, Nottingham and Sxondale Hospital, Radcliffe-on-Trent.
Nottingham’s Hospitals, Personal Accounts, Articles and Essay’s: A series of ten articles written by Paul R. Swift B.A., Honorary Archivist, Nottingham University Hospitals N.H.S. Trust between 2011 and 2015.