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The Children’s, Women’s & Diagnostics Division consists of eight directorates: Imaging, Pathology, Pharmacy, Obstetrics and Gynaecology, Child Health, Outpatients, Bereavement Services and Clinical Technology.

With more than 2,300 staff and a budget of more than £130million the Division has state-of-the-art equipment and is highly-accredited with a record of achievement at various national awards.

Our clinical services are supported by a strong management team who co-ordinate, support and develop our clinical service development. CWD is supported by specialists in finance, human resources, strategy, planning and clinical excellence.

The Division includes:

  • Staffordshire Children’s Hospital at Royal Stoke
  • Imaging
  • Outpatients
  • Obstetrics and Gynaecology
  • Clinical Technology
  • Pathology
  • Pharmacy
  • Bereavement Services

A range of careers are available within
the Division as we seek enthusiastic,caring individuals who want to be part of a great team.

Associate Director Caroline Merideth said: “We are a diverse Division and close team pursuing the Trust’s vision to become a world class provider of
health services. “Our ethos is to recruit excellent team members who put the patient first in everything that they do.”

Children’s Hospital

A team of over 450 staff, including doctors, nurses, clinical support and administration staff, work together to ensure that the young patients and their families have everything they need to feel as welcome and comfortable as possible.

The hospital has a reputation for providing first-class health services.


The Imaging Directorate at UHNM is the fourth largest service in the country.

Using state-of-the-art imaging equipment it provides a comprehensive diagnostic and interventional radiological service to all specialities within the Trust and tertiary

Obstetrics and Gynaecology

Our Maternity services in North Staffordshire & surrounding areas deliver 7,000 deliveries babies per annum. We are one of the largest maternity units in the UK which means staff can specialise in a range of tertiary services not available at smaller units.


University Hospitals has one of the largest urology units in the West Midlands and offers a comprehensive range of urology services. It is a designated urology cancer centre and receives referrals from local and regional hospitals for specialist surgery.