Visitors who are exempt from COVID-19 hospital patient visiting restrictions are being asked to take a lateral flow test and ensure they have a negative result before attending hospital.
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Artist Mackenzie Thorpe has designed a limited edition t-shirt to help raise funds for hospitals across Teesside and North Yorkshire. The design is based on Mackenzie’s ‘Duffle Coat Child’ and the bespoke ‘People’s Medal’ pin badge he created for South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust during the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Tees Hospitals Charity has teamed up with local artist Mackenzie Thorpe and volunteer-run UK recognition campaign Pin Your Thanks to present a bespoke pin badge to every member of staff across its hospitals and healthcare services in recognition of their unfailing dedication, hard work and support for patients, service users and each other during the COVID-19 pandemic.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is setting up mask and information stations at its main hospital entrances to provide support to patients and visitors. In line with national guidance to prevent the spread of coronavirus, face coverings must be worn by all patients and visitors entering hospitals or health services from Monday 15 June.
South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is going completely smokefree from Monday 1 April as part of a national drive to support more people to stub out the habit and reduce the many serious illnesses linked to smoking. Becoming a smokefree NHS is not just about stopping people from smoking on hospital sites. It’s about improving the health of staff and patients by identifying those who smoke and offering them practical support to quit.