Below is a list of contact emails for the NHS Acute Trusts in the United Kingdom.
In the confusing world of the NHS it is best to let themselves define what an Acute Trust is and does.
“Hospitals are managed by acute trusts. Acute trusts make sure that hospitals provide high-quality healthcare and that they spend their money efficiently. They also decide how a hospital will develop, so that services improve. Acute trusts employ a large part of the NHS workforce, including nurses, doctors, pharmacists, midwives and health visitors.They also employ people doing jobs related to medicine, such as physiotherapists, radiographers, podiatrists, speech and language therapists, counsellors, occupational therapists, psychologists and healthcare scientists. There are many other non-medical staff employed by acute trusts, including receptionists, porters, cleaners, specialists in information technology, managers, engineers, caterers and domestic and security staff.”
It is important to point out many NHS departments have had their FOI responses outsourced to central administrations.
This means one email address may be used for many authorities, e.g. in London. Therefore it is important to include in a Freedom of Information request which NHS authority you are asking for information from.