The Northern Trust provides a range of hospital and community-based health and social care services.

Hospital services


A full range of acute hospital services are provided at Antrim Area Hospital and Causeway Hospital in Coleraine. Mid Ulster Hospital in Magherfelt and Whiteabbey Hospital in East Antrim are now sub acute hospitals and provide a range of outpatient services including diagnostics and inpatient rehabilitation.   

Community hospital services are provided at Dalriada Hospital, Ballycastle; Inver Intermediate Care Unit, Larne and Robinson Hospital, Ballymoney. Holywell Hospital in Antrim provides a range of acute and other in-patient mental health services.

Community care


The greater range of services provided by the Trust is in community-based settings. We provide services to children and older people, nursing and support services at home, outreach mental health services and work with General Practitioners in the primary care sector to support people outside a hospital setting.

The Northern Trust believes that everyone should have equal access to health and social care services including those whose first language is not English. We provide interpreting services either over the phone or in person, including British Sign Language support; all Trust staff can access interpreters. If you require this service please let a member of staff know and they will be able to make the necessary arrangements.

For more detailed information, please use our A-Z services guide. This guide provides a comprehensive list of both hospital and community-based services.

Page last updated:04 February 2013