Archive – November, 2017

MP takes tour of new research centre

A HEALTH trust welcomed one of its local MPs to take a tour of a new research centre which is set to raise the profile of research in the area. North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust invited Dr Paul Williams, Labour MP for Stockton South, for a visit to the Synexus research facility, based […]

New shuttle bus timetable

On 1 December, the trust is launching a new shuttle bus timetable. This shuttle bus service remains free to use for patients, visitors and staff who are eligible to do so, however, needs to be pre-booked via the service desk on 01429 522550. Staff who have relocated base longer than 4 years ago are no […]

Trust at forefront of national maternal and neonatal service improvement

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust is leading the way in the north east in the National Maternal and Neonatal Health Safety Collaborative programme. The three-year programme, launched in 2017 by NHS Improvement, aims to reduce the rates of maternal deaths, stillbirths, neonatal deaths and brain injuries that occur during or soon after birth […]

Finance team scoop awards at annual event

THE trust’s finance team picked up a cluster of awards and recognition at an annual regional conference. Three members of the team were presented with crystal trophies and several more were shortlisted at the Healthcare Financial Management Association (HFMA) Northern branch event at the Ramside Hall Hotel in Durham. Caroline Trevena received a special chairman […]

North Tees and Hartlepool Together

We have re-launched the charitable fund this week. The Trust’s charity has been renamed ‘North Tees and Hartlepool Together’ and the launch gave staff and visitors the opportunity to understand more about the charity, how they can get involved and fundraise, and what is purchased with the money raised. Opening the event, Chairman Paul Garvin […]

Flu fighting song is instant hit

A FLU fighting health trust’s catchy rendition of a famous 80s Christmas song has proved an instant hit. Staff from across North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust made a recording and video of Wham’s festive hit, Last Christmas, as part of a campaign to encourage all staff to get the vaccination. The trust’s health […]

Young snooker star thanks NHS diabetes team

A TALENTED young snooker star from Hartlepool has thanked NHS staff for helping him on his way to the top after he was crowned the country’s best junior player. Sean McAllister has developed into one of the brightest teenage snooker prospects around, despite the challenges he has faced being treated for type 1 diabetes. Sean, […]