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Every year members of The Hub cycling group in Stockton visit the University Hospital of North Tees for a day to carry out free MOT checks for staff. It includes a full safety assessment, wear and tear check, advice on replacement parts if needed and gear and brake adjustments. John and Ian visited this week […]
Special socks are being introduced to help protect vulnerable patients and prevent patient falls. The bright yellow socks are being rolled out across wards at both hospital sites at North Tees and Hartlepool. The socks are given to patients who have been identified as being at high risk of slips, trips and falls. As well […]
A woman who has been treated for breast cancer has added another £450 to the thousands of pounds she has raised for breast care at the trust over the last 12 years. Janet Bilton and her husband Eric visited outpatients at the University Hospital of Hartlepool to visit consultant Pud Bhaskar and the team. Janet […]
A Teesside based paediatric physiotherapist has been appointed into the role of ‘Physical Activity Clinical Champion’ to help support health care practitioners to talk to patients about the benefits of physical exercise. Leanne Mitchell who works for North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust has been appointed into the post after a competitive process in […]
A team from North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust have raised some invaluable charitable funds for their department and enjoyed some excellent team building work in the process. The staff from the Haematology department were out on the water in August at the Tees Water Barrage, after being sponsored to brave the river, with […]
North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust are trialling digital technology for patients who have knee replacement surgery with the hope of improving patients experience and outcomes whilst simultaneously reducing recovery time. The technology works by using a motion sensor which, following surgery the patient wears on their ankle. This then links to a smart […]
A Teesside health boss has today issued a plea to the general public to help keep a safe and respectful work space for staff working within the emergency services. Julie Gillon, Chief Executive for North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust issued the statement after the death of PC Andrew Harper, 28 in Berkshire last […]
As we know, the NHS is one of the biggest employers in the UK. In Stockton our University Hospital of North Tees site is the largest employer in the town. Of course we do not work in isolation, we rely on solid working partnerships with many other organisations. For just over two years, we have […]
Consultant in emergency medicine Andy Simpson has worked out the amount of times he would have to walk up the tower block at the University Hospital of North Tees to complete different famous climbs. Getting up Roseberry Topping (pictured in the background of this photo) would be a manageable 13 climbs, Ben Bevis would be […]
The Vocera system, worn on the front of a uniform, works by using the hospital’s WiFi to give staff instant voice communication with each other. It is in use in urgent and emergency care at the Trust – helping with improved patient flow, patient safety and satisfaction. Due to its success so far, it will […]