News tagged Friarage Hospital

Friarage maternity centre’s first birthday

Posted on in Hospitals, Services

Midwives are throwing a very special first birthday party at the Friarage Hospital next Tuesday (6 October) – and you’re all invited! To celebrate the anniversary of the opening of the midwifery-led unit and maternity centre at the Northallerton hospital, women and babies who’ve used the services – and anyone who may use them in the future – are invited to drop-in for ‘tea and cake’ between 11am and 4pm.

Our true stars

Posted on in Awards, Staff, The trust

There were no losers at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Star Awards – just a raft of inspirational stories which showcased local health services at their very best. The awards – held to recognise the work of staff, volunteers and fundraisers who have really made a difference to a patient or service – attracted hundreds of entries this year in ten different categories.

Trust named in the top 120 NHS employers

Posted on in The trust

The trust has been recognised as one of the top 120 NHS employers by the HSJ and the Nursing Times, who in partnership with NHS Employers, has revealed a list of the best places to work in the NHS in 2015. In partnership with the publications, NHS Employers has revealed a list of the best places to work in the NHS in 2015.

Patients urged not to miss appointments

Posted on in Services

Health chiefs are urging patients not to miss hospital appointments after 67,500 were wasted last year at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The trust, which runs The James Cook University Hospital, Friarage Hospital and services at a number of community hospitals, had a “did not attend” (DNA) rate of 8% in the last financial year.

Scanner appeal fundraising blow

Posted on in Fundraising

Healthcare fundraisers have spoken of their dismay and disgust after thieves broke into the MRI scanner appeal collection stand at the Friarage Hospital. The charity box was broken into on Saturday night around 7.30pm during hospital visiting hours. South Tees Hospitals charity has now posted details about the theft on Facebook in an effort to identify those responsible.