News tagged James Cook Hospital

Transformation of South Tees hailed as Trust rated ‘Good’ by CQC

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The transformation of South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been recognised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC), which today upgraded the Trust’s rating from ‘Requires Improvement’ to ‘Good’, with several areas of outstanding practice identified.

Choose the right service to ease hospital pressures

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We are extremely busy at James Cook Hospital today, our departments are under a lot of pressure, please help us by only visiting A&E with genuine emergencies. Remember you can also access the Minor Injury Unit at Redcar Hospital and our GP walk-in centre in North Ormesby Health Village for minor injuries and illnesses.

Trevor’s charity triumph

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A patient who successfully battled cancer has raised and donated more than £3,000 for The James Cook University Hospital. Trevor Rand, 37, from Nawton near Helmsley, was diagnosed with testicular cancer in 2015. A period of chemotherapy and an operation ensued and he is now cancer free and looking forward to life. Recently married to […]

Time for a career change?

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South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is holding two recruitment days at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough and the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton. The open days will focus on roles in nursing, speech and language therapy, medical physics, pathology, dietetics, physiotherapy and volunteering.

Cutting-edge lung cancer procedure is world first

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Like most cancer patients, Graham Smith was very worried about having major surgery to remove the cancer from his right lung, and wanted to make sure he was receiving the most advanced treatment available. As a patient at The James Cook University Hospital, Graham learned about a new surgical procedure the hospital was the first in the world to offer. The cutting-edge technique, called microlobectomy, was pioneered by Joel Dunning, a thoracic surgeon at the hospital, to reduce the invasive nature of the procedure and help patients recover faster from lung cancer surgery.

Vulnerable patients tell staff: ‘We’re relying on you to fight flu’.

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Having the flu jab this year could save a life – yours, a hospital patient’s or a member of your family’s. That’s the message to staff at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, as part of a hard-hitting campaign to encourage them to get vaccinated against flu.