Stepping Hill Hospital
|Stepping Hill Hospital|
|Stockport NHS Foundation Trust|
Hospital viewed from the railway bridge on Bramhall Moor Lane
|Location||Stockport, Greater Manchester, England, United Kingdom|
|Care system||Public NHS|
|Hospital type||District General Hospital|
|Emergency department||Level 1 Trauma Center|
|Lists||Hospitals in England|
The facility was first established on Stepping Hill as the Stepping Hill Poor Law Hospital in December 1905. The facility became a military hospital during the First World War and joined the National Health Service as the Stepping Hill Municipal Hospital in 1948.
In an incident which began in July 2011, 3 patients were found to have been unlawfully killed by poisoning at the hospital. The United Kingdom's first prostate cancer operation using a hand-held robot was undertaken at the hospital in March 2012.
Claire Foy, the Golden Globe Award winning actress and star of Netflix series The Crown and the BBC miniseries Wolf Hall, was born at the hospital in 1984 and England under-21 footballer Tom Ince was born at the hospital in 1992.
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