NTHighlights – 28 September, 2018

  1. First paramedic on university course

Kevin Amer in urgent care is the first paramedic to be enrolled on a specialist university programme around prescribing medicine. See the website

  1. Heart failure team recognition

The trust’s heart failure team have had international recognition for a clinical audit they were involved in. See the website

  1. High profile neonatal and cardiology event

Experts in neonatal, cardiology and haemodynamics from across the world spoke at the trust’s annual specialist high profile conference. See the website

  1. The fantastic work of Project Choice for young people – Julie Gillon

In the latest blog post by chief exec Julie Gillon, she has given an update about the fantastic work being carried out by the Project Choice programme. See the website

  1. New vascular access service starting Monday

The launching of the trust’s new dedicated vascular access service has been advertised on Facebook

  1. Doctor of the week

The emergency assessment unit is continuing its initiative to award a doctor who has gone above and beyond. See Twitter

  1. Praise for care of deaf patients

The trust has come in for praise for the way deaf patients are treated. See the Hartlepool Mail

  1. ITV Tyne Tees – EU workers

The trust’s medical director Deepak Dwarakanath was interviewed on ITV Tyne Tees this week around the importance of EU workers to the trust. See Twitter

  1. Graham Evans

Trust chief information officer Graham Evans’ appointment as the chief digital officer for the region has been covered in Digital Health

  1. Raising money for Macmillan

The trust’s workforce team have been raising money for Macmillan after holding a coffee morning – well done to all involved. See Facebook


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