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Making a difference to people with MS

Posted on in Services

South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has become the latest to benefit from a pioneering specialist nurse programme to help patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). Thanks to the fundraising efforts of its supporters, the MS Trust has helped to recruit and fund a new MS specialist nurse at South Tees as part of its campaign to ensure nobody in the UK has to manage MS alone.

Arriva strike action

Posted on in Hospitals, Services

Please be aware that there will be disruption to Arriva bus services this week which will affect services in North Yorkshire, Cleveland, Teesside and Durham.

Darren raises £12,500 after surviving against the odds

Posted on in Fundraising

When Darren Percival was admitted to hospital with pneumonia he spent more than 100 days in intensive care and survived against the odds And now he has achieved another amazing feat – raising £12,500 for the intensive care teams at The James Cook University Hospital and the Friarage Hospital who cared for him – by holding a grand prize draw.

National recognition for outstanding contribution to patient care

Posted on in Awards

The cardiac rhythm management service at the Friarage Hospital has been named Team of the Year at the Arrhythmia Alliance Excellence in Practice Awards. Presented at the annual four day Heart Rhythm Congress in Birmingham, the award recognises the service developments that have taken place within cardiac rhythm management at the Friarage over the last five years.

£10million cancer centre opens its doors

Posted on in The Friarage

A new £10million cancer centre officially opened its doors today (Tuesday 11 December) at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton. The Sir Robert Ogden Macmillan Centre features a spacious chemotherapy lounge, relaxing garden area and a Macmillan information centre as well as complementary therapy, consultation and treatment rooms.