Archive – September, 2018

Leaving for a higher calling

Jane in one of her last days at the trust before leaving to retrain

Jane Robson, clinical pharmacy services manager at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, will soon begin a new career in the Church of England. Though she has had a very rewarding role over the last 21 years, her passion and ambition for some time has been to pursue a career in the church. She […]

Physio plays his part in helping Team GB achieve record medal haul

Some of our fabulous physiotheraphy staff who have been involved in supporting Team GB with their medal ambitions

Dominic Ellington (pictured centre), a senior musculoskeletal physiotherapist, provided support for the team at the World University Rowing Championships. He played his role in helping the team storm to the top of the medal table with six golds and a silver at the event in Shanghai in China – beating their previous best medal total. […]

Nurse tells of her husband’s search for an organ donor

Nurse Tracy with Husband Adrian and their daughter.

Tracy Bewick, a staff nurse at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, has been supporting her husband in his wait for a donor. Adrian, who has been a diabetic since the age of 14, suffered kidney failure three years ago and has needed a kidney and pancreas transplant ever since. Tracy, who works in […]

Campaign for pregnant women to be aware of baby’s movements

Maternity staff promoting the baby movements campaign in North Tees' main concourse

The movements matter campaign is around highlighting the need for pregnant women to monitor the movement of their unborn baby. By reporting any reduction in movement as early on as possible, clinicians are able to do more to care for a baby if there is an issue. Steve Wild, clinical lead for obstetrics and consultant […]