Health

Middlesbrough is home to a wide range of medical practitioners, dental services, care services, health, sports and therapy providers, as well as research and development specialists.

The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough is one of Europe’s most modern hospitals. It is the largest hospital in the area, serving the Tees Valley, East Cleveland, North Yorkshire, and Durham. As a major trauma centre, it provides a wide range of general and specialist services.

A number of health and lifestyle centres exist within the centre of Middlesbrough, including The One Life Centre and The Live Well Centre, showing the commitment of the town to ensuring that its residents thrive physically and mentally in addition to economically.

Middlesbrough Council will support you and your staff in achieving optimum workplace health. You and your employees will be provided with a directory of all of the free public health services that can be accessed in Middlesbrough including Mental Health awareness Training and Smoking Cessation.

Accessible to all

Middlesbrough town centre provides an inclusive environment for all local residents and visitors. Key elements including a pedestrianized shopping area with minimal changes in level and clearly displayed signage offers a good level of accessibility for all. The provision of seating throughout the central shopping area is good practice for people who need to rest whilst visiting the town centre.