News archive (August, 2016)

Comedian Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown gets serious with donation to South Tees Hospitals Charity

Posted on in Fundraising, The trust

Teesside comedy favourite Roy ‘Chubby’ Brown paid a visit to The James Cook University Hospital to donate £5,000 raised from the proceeds of merchandise sales. It was a welcome return for Chubby, who has made previous generous gifts to the hospital’s ‘Star fund’ which helps pay for advancements in radiotherapy and oncology for cancer patients […]

Target Ovarian Cancer is coming to Middlesbrough

Posted on in Events

Target Ovarian Cancer is coming to Middlesbrough for an event to help patients and carers affected by ovarian cancer. Trust staff are supporting the event and are trying to encourage as many patients as possible to attend the event at the Riverside stadium on 22 September, 10am to 4.30pm.

South Tees launches its bio-incubator with first tenant

Posted on in Research, Services, The trust

A new hub which acts as a launch-pad for research, innovation and collaboration between health, technology and science has been launched for the first time at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in partnership with the Northern Health Science Alliance and the Centre for Process Innovation. We’ve also welcomed our first tenant GlycoSeLect UK into its new home at the Institute for Learning, Research and Innovation on The James Cook University Hospital site.

MRI scans saved me, say #MyReasonIs supporters

Posted on in Fundraising, The trust

Those whose lives have been saved thanks to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) are getting behind a campaign to bring a new scanner to The Friarage Hospital in Northallerton. Cath Crouch, from Northallerton, shared her selfie on @STeesCharity Twitter as part of the #MyReasonIs campaign stating: “MRI saved my life when they found out I had thrombosis”.

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