Archive – September, 2022

New activity room to help patients who need enhanced support

• Discharge flow facilitator Angela Reeve (Left) at the ‘magic light table’ with Nicola Murphy, enhanced care and activity room coordinator

Patients who require intensive support can expect an even better level of care thanks to the creation of a new activity room at a local hospital. The University Hospital of North Tees’ new Bluebell Suite provides patients requiring enhanced care support with a safe place to take part in supervised therapeutic activities. Enhanced care patients […]

Nurse pens emotional novel about love and loss

Jenny Hutchinson

An award-winning nurse and author from Hartlepool has published a fictional book about the hardships of mental health. 52-year-old Jenny Hutchinson wrote ‘Mint’, under the pseudonym Cher Graiden, as a result of losing those around her to suicide over lockdown, working closely with people who have experience in the area to ensure her story was […]

The future is bright for local A&E nurse and mother of two, Danielle Jamieson

A&E nurse Danielle Jamieson in her uniform standing outside of Urgent Care at North Tees

A&E nurse, Danielle Jamieson, is achieving her dreams following the support of North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust and a scheme to enhance her career prospects. The mother of two started working for the Trust in 2015 following the completion of an adult nursing degree at Teesside University. Since then Danielle has gone from […]