News tagged Friarage Hospital

Fun, food and music at Barn That Rocks raises £15,500

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A night of fun, food and music has raised more than £15,500 for The Friends of The Friarage. Patients across Hambleton and Richmond are set to benefit following the rip-roaring success of the Barn That Rocks concert, held at Grazing Nook Farm, near Patrick Brompton, close to Bedale, in June.

Trust apprentices celebrate success at regional awards

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Trust apprentices celebrated success at the Health Education England North East Apprenticeship Awards – with one being named North East Apprentice of the Year. The awards were held during National Apprenticeship Week, which the Trust also participated in by celebrating previous apprentice successes and highlighting the ongoing hard work of our current apprentices.

Thanks to 3,457 patients for our best year in R&D

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A massive “thank you” is being issued to 3,457 patients and more than 200 staff, after South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust enjoyed a record year in Research & Development. The year 2016 to 2017 became South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s most successful in R&D to date, as the Trust boasted a 17% increase in the number of patients taking part in clinical trials compared with the previous year.

Nightingales revealed ahead of International Nurses Day

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Our nursing heroes have been unveiled ahead of International Nurses Day this Friday, after being honoured honoured at the 14th annual Nightingale Awards at Middlesbrough FC’s Riverside Stadium. Kelly Rowe’s exemplary service to paediatric care since 1996, and the many innovations she has introduced as a specialist diabetes nurse saw her named overall winner of the Nightingales, as well as the best Senior Nurse and winner of the Paediatric Award.

Farmer puts the bar in barn with night of live music

Posted on in Events, Fundraising, The Friarage

A North Yorkshire farmer is opening up his barn to members of the public for the seventh year running, to raise funds for Friends of The Friarage. The annual Barn That Rocks event has become a labour of love for Peter Fall, 70, and wife, Barbara, who now combine the daily chores that come with running the Grazingnook Farm, near Patrick Brompton, close to Bedale, with organising an annual musical extravaganza.

New MRI scanner opens at the Friarage

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A new magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner is now up and running at the Friarage Hospital – thanks to the phenomenal support of the people of North Yorkshire. This month, the radiology team scanned their first patients on the diagnostic equipment which, when fully operational, will treat 22 patients a day, seven days a week.

The opening is a milestone for South Tees Hospitals Charity which launched a fundraising campaign to bring a scanner to the Northallerton hospital and has, to date, raised in excess of £1.4million. his includes £500,000 pledged by the Friends of the Friarage who have generously supported the Appeal in partnership with the Charity.

Flufighter campaign receives international recognition

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The communication and engagement team at Teesside’s biggest hospital trust is celebrating, after its successful campaign encouraging staff to have their flu jab received international recognition. South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s communication professionals picked up the Digital and Social Media gong at the NHS Employers Flu Fighter Awards 2017.

Nursing recruitment open days

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South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is set to host two nursing recruitment open days. Whether you’re a registered nurse, a third year student or you are thinking about returning to the profession, these events are a fantastic opportunity to see what your local hospitals have to offer.

Lifesaving funds help improve staff training

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Staff and patients are set to benefit from enhanced lifesaving training at The Friarage Hospital, thanks to a little help from their Friends. The Friends of The Friarage, who are celebrating their diamond jubilee this year, provided £11,773 to the resuscitation department at the Northallerton Hospital, for the purchase of two training manikins, which are […]