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Health staff are playing their part in helping their organisation launch its annual flu campaign. Staff in centralised outpatients departments at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust are highlighting the importance of people protecting themselves. The team have helped create information boards in patient waiting areas which offer advice and support. Lisa Tomlinson, nursing […]
A group of artists have paid tribute to the health service with a special love letter to the NHS. The North Yorkshire Calligraphers have created an exhibition of work on display in the spirituality centre at the University Hospital of North Tees. The work is aimed at showing gratitude to the health service for all […]
Parking fees at the University Hospital of North Tees, the University Hospital of Hartlepool and Peterlee Community Hospital were suspended in April during the initial phase of the COVID-19 pandemic. From Thursday 1 October, fees will once more apply to park in all North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust owned car parks. The initial […]
NHS A&E departments are designed to treat the most serious, life threatening conditions, so everyone across the North East is being asked to #DoYourBit and think carefully before turning up. The NHS across the region is also seeing a surge in hospital admissions of patients with confirmed COVID-19, many of whom are seriously ill and […]
Thousands of volunteers will take part in the world’s first Phase 3 study to test the effectiveness of the new Novavax COVID-19 vaccine More than 250,000 people in the UK have now volunteered to take part in COVID-19 vaccine studies through the NHS Vaccines Registry Vaccine study to be led regionally by the Durham Tees […]
Staff at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Hospital Foundation Trust have spoken out once more on the impact of violent behaviour towards their staff with a series of video messages developed and delivered by their own workforce. Doctors, nurses, physiotherapists and administrators switched from their day-to-day roles to star in a host of brief videos […]
Friday 25 September is World Pharmacists Day – a day recognising the vital role pharmacy and medication play in healthcare. North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust is marking the day by unveiling its newest recruits – two state-of-the-art pharmacy robots. The BD Rowa Vmax robots have quickly become an integral part of the Trust’s […]
Visitors coming into hospital for treatment will be asked to leave their details, as part of new national safety measures around coronavirus. From Thursday, anyone coming for an appointment will be asked to download the NHS COVID-19 app, scan a QR barcode and provide some key information to help trace any cases. North Tees and […]
More used to delivering ‘behind the scenes’ non-medical support, staff from a local health care trust have taken part in basic lifesaving training. A group of eight colleagues from North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust have carried out a physically distanced training session leaving them skilled in helping someone who is choking, suffering an […]
Today we hosted Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, Matt Hancock at University Hospital of North Tees. Our staff spoke with Mr Hancock about their achievements, innovations and aspirations for improved facilities at the site. The Secretary of State was then taken on a patient journey from a ward to the Trust endoscopy […]