In 2008, The Health Partnership led a team of consultants (including Arup Consulting Engineers and York Health Economics Consortium) appointed by the Health Service Executive to recommend a location for a new regional hospital that would serve population needs in the North East Region of Ireland.

The Walsall Healthcare National Health Service Trust provides local general and community services to approximately 260,000 people in Walsall and the surrounding area, United Kingdom.

The Walsall Healthcare National Health Service Trust provides local general and community services to approximately 260,000 people in Walsall and the surrounding area, United Kingdom, and falls under the West Midlands Strategic Health Authority.

With the establishment of the West/ North West Hospital Group, senior management identified the need for imminent change in the delivery of maternity services in the region.

The New Children’s Hospital was to operate in a hub and spoke model, with satellite centres to support the main centre. The satellite centres would deliver urgent care and rapid access general paediatric clinics and support the principle of the delivery of appropriate care, when appropriate, close to the child’s home.