Welcome to our website. This site is published as a little bit of local history for us buffs who are interested. It lists information about the old hospital and the "new" hospital. Another site of interest is http://www.croydononline.org/history/ which is a fascinating read.
Mayday Health care NHS Trust was formed in 1993 and provides acute health services for the people of Croydon and its neighboring areas. Croydon is London's largest borough (of around 336,000) and has a transient, relatively young population with a high level of ethnic diversity. In 2005/06 the Trust had a turnover of £161million, over 3,000 employees, and a strong local identity with the population of Croydon.
In July 2005 the Trust was awarded the highest rating of three stars in the Health care Commission's annual performance ratings. It also won the Health Services Journal "Acute Health care Organisation of the Year" and the "Employer of the Year" in the Best of Business Awards.
The Hospital's services are delivered from four sites
Mayday University Hospital is a District General Hospital (with 45 day case beds) and a 24 hour Accident & Emergency Department. The hospital is based on a 19 acre site in Thornton Heath and the earliest buildings date from 1885. The most recent large building project was the new Jubilee Wing, opened in December 2004. read more on the Hospital
Mayday Hospital has been put on a warning by national regulator the Care Quality Commission following a critical report by inspectors who were called in to the maternity unit following the death of five mothers after giving birth last year.
Choosing a Bridging Studies clinical research organisation article is now available.