Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (LTHT) is internationally renowned for research and innovation which drives advances in clinical science and health technologies.
The Leeds Health and Care Partnership (LHCP) is using a new approach to transform health and care services to improve health outcomes and reduce health inequalities across the city.
As well as caring for around 5,000 people every day across Leeds, Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust(LCH) supports academic activities, provides educational placements for healthcare professionals and embeds research into clinical practice.
As the main provider of specialist mental health and learning disability services in Leeds, the Trust also generates high quality research into mental health, learning disabilities and neurodiversity, which changes lives across the UK.
Leeds is leading the way for health and care workforce training, development and planning in the UK with the pioneering Leeds Health and Care Academy.
St Gemma’s Hospice is the world’s first University Teaching Hospice, internationally recognised as an outstanding model for improving end-of-life care through integrated research, teaching and evidence-based clinical practice.
One of the largest further education institutions in the country, the College’s School of Health Science and Social Care offers a pipeline of opportunity for students and of talent for local health and care employers.
The National Pathology Imaging Cooperative (NPIC) provides globally-leading cancer diagnostics using artificial intelligence to transform care. Hosted by Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, the £50 million cooperative comprises the NHS, industry and academia.
A community of around 150 scientists and clinical academics are working on this joint research initiative to accelerate the development and adoption of new health technologies.