Archive – June, 2021

Family raise funds for frontline team who cared for loved ones

A family donate to critical care as thank you for their care.

The granddaughter and niece of family members who were both treated for COVID-19, have donated money in May, as a thank you to intensive care unit staff who cared for them. Grace Boddy, from Hartlepool, raised a whopping £3,000 in April with a 100 mile sponsored walk as a way to commemorate beloved nanna Susan […]

Stockton man’s foot is saved after help from specialist team

A patient with a podiatrist.

A man from Stockton who has survived two separate battles to save his feet has thanked the team of health specialists who have helped save them. Ian Gamble has spent the last 25 years being treated at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust. Ian, who is 66, has type 2 diabetes – this puts […]

Teesside health Trust celebrates National Volunteers’ Week

National Volunteers' week - Chemotherapy day unit

This week is National Volunteers’ Week. To mark the occasion, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust is celebrating the contribution and dedication of its volunteers who work behind the scenes to support staff and help patients. The Trust is highlighting Volunteers’ Week as ‘a time to say thanks’. Volunteers carry out a variety of […]

Flying the flag with PRIDE

Nurse Stuart Harper-Reynolds

Today (Tuesday 1 June) marks the start of Pride month – the international celebration of the LGBTQ+ community. Sadly, members of the LGBTQ+ community still face daily discrimination in their personal life, at work and while accessing public services. North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust is showing its support for Pride month by flying […]