Local registered charity, Free from Pain, have donated funds to enable the women and children’s division at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough to buy 3D distraction equipment for use on the children’s wards.
Derek Toase has returned from a poignant trip to Uganda where he helped to build a home for orphaned and vulnerable children. The two-week expedition was a rewarding but emotional one for the father-of-three, as his late wife Margaret – a long-standing union member and former staffside chairman of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust – was the person who signed him up!
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s communications team is celebrating after scooping two titles at the Association of Healthcare Communications and Marketing Awards 2012. Head of communications Amanda Marksby was named communicator of the year beating tough competition from NHS colleagues from right across the country.
Families are invited to join in the festive fun at Redcar Primary Care Hospital’s Christmas charity event. The Christmas celebration takes place at the hospital in West Dyke Road, Redcar, on Friday 14 December from 5pm to 7pm and will feature real reindeer, a local school choir, the Salvation Army Band and Santa’s grotto.
It’s business as usual at the Friarage Hospital today following yesterday’s heavy rainfall and floods. The extreme weather is still impacting on our community nursing teams, particularly in East Cleveland and North Yorkshire.
Children at the Cleveland unit at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough are having lots of fun and improving their early learning skills at the same time thanks to a special storytellers chair. The Middlesbrough Erimus Rotary Club wanted to take on a project which would benefit children using the unit and they designed and created the special 6-foot hand crafted chair which is now a focal point in the nursery’s outdoor play area.