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Patient Connect technical issues

Posted on in The trust

We are currently experiencing technical issues with some of our call software which may be preventing patients and staff from contacting Patient Connect. If your call is of an urgent nature please continue to call through. For all other enquiries we would ask that you call back after 2pm when call volumes should be reduced.

Help at hand for frustrating eye condition

Posted on in Events

SOUTH Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is holding a special event to help patients with a frustrating eye condition. The South Tees Macular Degeneration Awareness Day is aimed at patients with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and will have a particular focus on treatment options and support systems that can help people utilise their eyesight to the maximum potential. The awareness event takes place on Friday 27 April 2018 in the South Tees Institute for Learning, Research and Innovation between 1pm and 4pm.

The NHS Big 7Tea

Posted on in The trust

The NHS is turning 70 this year and what better way to celebrate one of the nation’s most loved institutions than with a cup of tea. But this will be more than just a regular brew. On and around 5 July, people up and down the country will get together to raise a cuppa to our beloved NHS and raise funds for NHS charities.

Phone scam fraud alert

Posted on in The Friarage

North Yorkshire Police would like to make people aware of a recent phone scam. Please make friends and relatives aware of this incident, especially the more vulnerable.

Trust wins Healthcare Project of the Year Award

Posted on in Research

A partnership between industry and South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded the prestigious Bionow Healthcare Project of the Year Award for the development and delivery of a clinical research study examining the management of pre-operative oedema in ankle fracture patients.

Be prepared this Easter

Posted on in Services

A NHS campaign is urging people to take early action if they start to feel unwell this Easter. The message to ‘be prepared and stay well’ over the holiday period encourages people most at risk, including those with long-term health conditions and the over 65s, to prepare for the Easter holiday period and to know what to do if they get ill.