A patient who successfully battled cancer has raised and donated more than £3,000 for The James Cook University Hospital. Trevor Rand, 37, from Nawton near Helmsley, was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2015. A period of chemotherapy and an operation ensued and he is now cancer free and looking forward to life. Recently married to […]
The annual Kilburn Feast – a tradition which goes back hundreds of years and now raises money for local charities and good causes – this year supported the Friarage Hospital’s MRI Scanner Appeal – a joint fundraising campaign between South Tees Hospitals Charity and the Friends of the Friarage Hospital. A total of £750 was raised towards getting this essential piece of equipment to the Northallerton Hospital.
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 […]
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”.
She might be 100 years old, but chirpy Irene Stoddart still loves nothing more than losing herself in a best-selling thriller, going to see the latest blockbuster movie – or the satisfaction of completing a challenging crossword. And thanks to doctors at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust who discovered and treated a sight-threatening eye condition, the former teacher is still able to indulge in these simple pursuits she believes help her to stay as sharp as a pin!