A £1million ward revamp has significantly enhanced care for older patients at The James Cook University Hospital. The ward 11 refurbishment, which was overseen by a nurse-led team and involved extensive feedback from staff, patients and carers, was funded by the trust’s PFI contract.
News archive (2019)
Two new state-of-the-art ultrasound scanners are set to reduce discomfort and speed up recovery for patients undergoing mastectomies and other surgical procedures at the Friarage Hospital. The scanners, which significantly reduce discomfort through the more accurate use of an anaesthetic technique called nerve blocking, have been provided thanks to a £42,000 investment from the Friends of the Friarage.
A Thirsk man is celebrating after winning a brand-new car as part of a charitable initiative that raised more than £28,000 for a local hospital charity. Andy Billany from Thirsk won the Peugeot 208, which was supplied by Simon Bailes Peugeot, in a raffle to raise funds for the Friends of the Friarage – a charity that supports Northallerton’s Friarage Hospital, part of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
The UCI (Union Cycliste Internationale) Road Race World Championship 2019 will take place across Yorkshire over nine days, starting on Saturday 21 September and ending on Sunday 29 September.
We are currently experiencing intermittent problems with our telephone lines at The James Cook University Hospital. This is affecting some incoming external calls to our switchboard and Patient Connect.