Norfolk and Waveney’s three acute hospitals – James Paget University Hospital, the Norfolk University Hospital and the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn – are working more closely together to improve care for patients.

Together we provide a wide range of services to a population of more than one million people. We’re committed to making improvements and working together to benefit patient care.

As we have already demonstrated, especially during the pandemic, in many instances, we can achieve more, and achieve it more quickly.  We have collaborated on many projects and services over the last few years and are committed to working even more closely together to improve further patient care and staff experience.

We are now working together on projects such as a joint clinical strategy, aligning policies and guidelines and the Electronic Patient Record, which is expected to transform services in the longer term, making paper a thing of the past, improving efficiency and experience for patients and staff and providing more information for primary care professionals, universally saving time.

Use the tiles below to find out more about the work we’re doing across the region.