201 Field Hospital
201 (Northern) Field Hospital is an Army Reserve Field Hospital with its Headquarters in the heart of Newcastle Upon Tyne.
The unit's role is to provide hospital infrastructure in the field to deployed troops on the ground both on exercise and on operations. 201 (Northern) Field Hospital is an Army Reserve (formerly known as the Territorial Army) unit which is staffed by reserves, who are predominantly employed day-to-day by the NHS and other health care organisations.
Over recent years members of the unit have deployed to Kuwait in 1991 (OPERATION GRANBY) and 2003 to Iraq on (OPERATION TELIC) and to Afghanistan in 2007 (OPERATION HERRICK). The unit deployed to Afghanistan (OP HERRICK) January - April 2012, providing the hospital infrastructure and in Command of the Role Three Hospital at Camp Bastian.
The unit consists of a Regimental Headquarters (RHQ) in Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, A Detachment at Newton Aycliffe, B Detachment at Newcastle-Upon-Tyne and C Detachment at Norton near Stockton-On-Tees. The unit's detachments train on Tuesday nights 7.30pm - 9.30pm and selected weekends throughout the year.
If you are interested in joining the Army Reserve or want more information about the 201 (Northern) Field Hospital and its regional detachments, please contact us using the information below:
201 (N) Field Hospital Headquarters contact details
Telephone: 0191 239 5351 / 3108
A Detachment contact details
Telephone: 01325 311616
B Detachment contact details
Telephone: 0191 239 3183
C Detachment contact details
Telephone: 01642 366682
Army Reserve Centre