Wye Valley NHS Trust is the provider of healthcare services at Hereford County Hospital, which is based in the city of Hereford, along with a number of community services for Herefordshire and its borders. We also provide healthcare services at community hospitals in the market towns of Ross-on-Wye, Leominster and Bromyard.
The Trust exists to improve the wellbeing, independence and health of the people we serve.
Their workforce of around 3,000 provides a range of specialist and generalists functions. They have strong clinical network connections with trusts in Birmingham, Worcester, Gloucester and Cardiff With an annual turnover of around £295 million, serving a population of 186,000, the Trust is one of the smallest rural District General Hospitals in England. They work hard to deliver across traditional boundaries to provide integrated care in order to deliver a standard of care we would want for ourselves, our families and friends.
Wye Valley Is a good place to live
The Wye Valley is a rural retreat with some of the most breathtaking landscapes in Britain. As well as the dramatic scenery and wonderful wildlife that come with being a protected Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, you’ll find an abundance of family-friendly outdoor adventures including cycling, kayaking and walking.
Famous of Wye Valley
The Wye Valley itself is renowned for its limestone gorges, undulating fields and dense ancient woodlands which support rare and important bird and bat species, as well as unique flowers and insects. The rich countryside offers even the most seasoned traveller something different