News tagged Friarage Hospital

Extra special FMC babies invite you to open day!

Posted on in Hospitals, Nurses, Staff, The Friarage

EXTRA special babies born at The Friarage Maternity Centre (FMC) have been given a star role – inviting mums to be to a forthcoming open day! Women and families across Teesside and North Yorkshire who are expecting or planning for a baby in the future are welcome to attend the event, at the Friarage’s midwifery-led unit on Tuesday 24 January 2017.

Nightingale nurses looking for your nominations

Posted on in Awards, Community services, Hospitals, Nurses, Staff, The Friarage

When Ann Marie Pryde, assistant practitioner on the neonatal unit at The James Cook University Hospital, won the trust’s coveted Nightingale award earlier this year, she described her “shock”. In her mind, there were so many others nurses and midwives who deserved the title just as much – if not more – than her.

Norovirus – sharing isn’t always caring

Posted on in Hospitals, The trust

South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is urging people with symptoms of norovirus not to visit hospitals to help prevent it from spreading. The condition, known as the winter vomiting bug, is the most common stomach bug in the UK, affecting people of all ages and is now beginning to circulate in the community.

Outbreaks of norovirus, which causes vomiting and/or diarrhoea, are common in busy places such as hospitals as the virus easily spreads from one person to another and can survive on surfaces for several days.

Harmonica player David delights with tunes and a cheque!

Posted on in #MyReasonIs, Fundraising, Support groups, The Friarage

A harmonica player delighted patients, staff and visitors at The Friarage Hospital with tunes and a cheque for £1,000 – raised through concerts and CD sales. Talented David Hewison-Sandyford, 65, of Bedale, brought his unusual harmonica collection to the Northallerton Hospital hub and entertained people enjoying a coffee as well as stopping passers by in their tracks with his musical skills.

Kind-hearted teen helps others who need a wheelchair

Posted on in Events, Fundraising, Hospitals, The Friarage

When teenager Elizabeth Mewett collected a wheelchair from The Friarage Hospital in Northallerton, she vowed to raise money to help other patients who could benefit from the service. And determined Elizabeth Mewett, 13, has not let having the fatigue-inducing condition Idiopathic Hypersomnia stand in her way.

Concert tribute in memory of dedicated councillor

Posted on in Events, Fundraising, Staff

A touching concert tribute to celebrate the life of dedicated North Yorkshire Councillor Tony Hall will be held on Sunday 27 November 2016 from 2.30pm. ‘Reasons to be Cheerful’ will be an afternoon of Cllr Hall’s favourite songs and music at the Forum and was also the title of his blog which celebrated Northallerton life.