News tagged Friarage Hospital

Breast cancer support group AGM

Posted on in Support groups

The breast cancer support group at the Friarage Hospital, Northallerton, is holding its annual general meeting on Wednesday 20 May. New members are welcome to attend the meeting which will take place in the hospital’s Scott Suite between 7pm and 9pm.

Do you have any hospital equipment?

Posted on in The trust

Patients are being asked to return medical equipment and medical aids that they borrowed from South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, if they no longer require them. This reminder is aimed at those who may have been given crutches, a wheelchair, a nebuliser or any other piece of equipment when discharged from hospital and now, after recuperation and rehabilitation, they no longer require the items.

Time to think pink!

Posted on in Fundraising, Support groups

The Friarage Hospital’s Breast Cancer Support Group will be holding their annual Pink Stall in the town hall at Northallerton on Saturday 9 May 2015 from 9am to 12noon. Any donations of new unwanted gifts or items which can be sold on the stall will be gratefully received.

Children’s short-stay unit at the Friarage set for longer hours

Posted on in Hospitals, Services

The opening times of the short-stay paediatric assessment unit (SSPAU) at the Friarage Hospital are to be increased over weekends and Bank Holidays from the end of next month (May) following the appointment of a new consultant.
From 23/24 May, the unit will extend its opening hours from 10am to 5pm to 10am to 7pm every Saturday, Sunday and Bank Holiday. Weekday opening hours will remain at 10am to 8pm for the time being.

UNICEF praise for Friarage maternity centre

Posted on in Awards, Services, Staff, The trust

THE midwife-led maternity centre at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton has been praised by UNICEF’s UK baby friendly initiative, for the promotion of breastfeeding. The centre met all of the criteria relating to Stage 3 accreditation and now has the same level of accolade as the maternity unit at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.

Trinity Holistic Centre volunteer recruitment events

Posted on in Services, Support groups

The Trinity Holistic Centre is holding two information days to encourage more volunteers to join its highly valued team. As a charitable service the centre relies heavily on its volunteers and following significant expansion it is looking to recruit to a number of roles covering The James Cook University Hospital, Redcar Primary Care Hospital and Friarage Hospital sites.