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Heart fund launches £1million appeal

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South Cleveland Heart Fund is set to launch a £1million appeal to enhance heart scanning services at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough. The appeal aims to help fund the major upgrade of an MRI Scanner so it can deliver state-of-the-art scanning and a full Cardiac Magnetic Resonance Imaging (CMR) service.

Jamie lands two top Nightingale awards

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Each year, the nurse and midwife consultants at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust ask for nominations from staff and patients highlighting nursing and midwifery staff who have gone above and beyond their duty to deliver exceptional patient care.
This year the overall winner was 27 year-old Jamie Goldswain. Jamie is not only the first male to pick up the coveted award but he is also the first non-registered nurse to collect the prize in the ten years the awards scheme has been running.

Leading the way for Parkinson’s patients

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The trust is leading the way for Parkinson’s patients by launching a new tool kit to help improve the care they receive across all NHS services. Consultant Neil Archibald and his colleagues have developed a new system that will give everyone from GPs to hospital staff an at a glance guide to the best healthcare route for each patient as well as essential information to ensure they get the correct advice and medication.

Hospital car parking charges to rise

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Car parking charges will increase for patients and visitors to The James Cook University Hospital for the first time in three years – to help ease current parking pressures on the site. South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Board of Directors today (25 March) agreed to the increase, which will contribute towards the development of […]

Come dine with us!

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South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is inviting staff, patients and the public to give feedback on food offered to patients in a bid to improve choice.