Hospitals

New recruits appointed thanks to Love Nursing

Posted on in Hospitals, Nurses, Staff, The trust

Love nursing open days at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough and The Friarage in Northallerton have proved such a success, they are set to return in the early autumn. A total of seven nurses were offered jobs with South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as a result of the July open days – including five at James Cook and two at The Friarage.

Home for MRI scanner as #MyReasonIs appeal takes off

Posted on in #MyReasonIs, Fundraising, Hospitals

A home has been found for a brand new MRI scanner at The Friarage Hospital, as the final phase of a £2m fundraising campaign for the equipment gathers pace. The potentially lifesaving Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner – used to detect numerous conditions in almost any part of the body – will be based at the Northallerton Hospital’s former special care baby unit – once the remaining £500,000 needed to secure it has been raised.

Well-deserved awards for our fabulous nurses!

Posted on in Hospitals, Nurses, Staff

At South Tees Hospitals, we reward our hardworking nurses for going above and beyond the call of duty – and we’d like you to join our fabulous team! As we look forward to our forthcoming nursing open days, we’d like to share with you a full picture gallery from our recent Nightingale Awards, held at the Riverside Stadium.

Friarage maternity unit promotes Breastfeeding Awareness Week

Posted on in Hospitals, Services

Midwives are opening the doors of Friarage maternity unit on Tuesday 21 June in support of National Breast Feeding Awareness Week. A tea party has been organised between 1pm and 3pm which is aimed at women who are breast feeding and also pregnant ladies.

Midwife professionals and healthcare assistants will be at the tea party to offer support and answer any queries people may have.

Award hopes for Parkinson’s unit

Posted on in Awards, Hospitals, Services, Staff, The trust

The Parkinson’s Advanced Symptoms Unit (PASU) at Redcar Primary Care Hospital has been shortlisted for a prestigious award, just nine months after opening. The unit, which provides rapid access, assessments,and home visits for patients with complications arising from their Parkinson’s Disease, has been shortlisted in the ‘Managing long-Term Conditions’ category of the Patient Safety Awards 2016.

Mum thanks Trinity with £4,200

Posted on in Hospitals, Services, Staff, Support groups

A mum-of-two who discovered she had breast cancer thanks to a routine mammogram provided by her employer Marks & Spencer raised £4,200 for a charity close to her heart – with a little help from colleagues and customers of the same store. Karen Laskey, 54, of Ingleby Barwick, was diagnosed with breast cancer in 2014 and took the rest of the year off work from her job as a sales assistant as she fought the disease.

New technology helps patients sleep soundly

Posted on in Community services, Hospitals

round-breaking wireless technology is helping patients with breathing problems enjoy better sleep and take more control of their own treatment. The new wireless technology remotely monitors patients on home therapy who suffer from obstructive sleep apnoea. Obstructive sleep apnoea interrupts patients’ breathing during sleep, which results in restless nights and tiredness and has long term health implications.