Staff from The James Cook University Hospital have come together to help local families this Christmas by donating bags full of food to Middlesbrough Food Bank.
Staff and patients have launched a £500,000 appeal to transform the kidney unit at The James Cook University Hospital. The hospital’s renal team provides more than 3,000 outpatient appointments every year, but they want to ensure this outstanding care is delivered in a first class facility – and they need your help to make it happen!
The role of hospital charities has never been more important. And under the umbrella of NHS Charities Together, they play a key role in supporting health and social care settings across the country. Alongside funding for state-of-the-art equipment and pioneering research, the charities also help with those little extras over and above what the NHS routinely provides.
A series of scenic light boxes have been installed along the service corridor which leads to the mortuary in The James Cook University Hospital. It is hoped that the new ceiling lights and light box pictures, depicting the route to Roseberry Topping, will provide a more pleasant walkway and be a distraction for grieving relatives.