News and events

The NHS Better Health programme public engagement events

The Better Health programme is looking at how local hospitals achieve the standards which local people have a right to expect from their services, and how the NHS meets its aspirations to provide more care in the home and in community based settings. It is being led by clinicians including senior hospital consultants and GPs […]

North East symposium on sports injuries and exercise medicine

Stadium of Light, Sunderland Thursday 5 May, 6pm-9pm £25 fee will include finger buffet and certificate of attendance £20 for BASEM members Key speakers are: Dr Bryan English – Medical officer, Derby County FC Mrs Helen Millson – Sports physiotherapist specialist Dr PPJ Raju – Consultant MSK radiologist, North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust […]

We want to hear from young people

This will be a great way for you to have your say and be heard. If you are interested we are holding two group meetings at: University Hospital of North Tees on 4 May, 2016, 4pm – 6pm University Hospital of Hartlepool, 11 May, 2016, 4pm – 6pm Drinks and a light bite will be […]

Annie gets hip replacement surgery aged 95

Annie had been in discomfort and pain with her right hip for many months and after visiting her GP she was referred to North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust. Associate specialist in orthopaedics and trauma Manesh Vaghela assessed her and was able to perform the surgery at the University Hospital of Hartlepool. Annie has […]

Helping smokers who are pregnant to quit

The clinic is held every Wednesday morning in women’s outpatients at the University Hospital of North Tees and Thursday at the University Hospital of Hartlepool. It has been developed with the national babyClear programme and is run by midwives and stop smoking advisors to demonstrate to pregnant mums how smoking in pregnancy harms unborn babies. […]

On a roll is just what the doctor ordered

If you’ve enjoyed a sandwich from our patient or retail menu, it’s more than likely from our local suppliers On a Roll Sandwich Company who create our Pick of the Pantry range. The company has a long-standing partnership with North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust, supplying to us for the last seven years. On […]

Friends and family test is making a difference

The test asks patients to rate how likely they are to recommend a ward or A&E and gives an opportunity to explain the rating. The feedback – both positive and negative – has been used at the trust to improve the quality of patient care on a whole range of issues. Recent feedback and improvements […]

Trust at forefront of rolling out new national standards

North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Foundation Trust is among six NHS trusts to be chosen to be at the forefront of rolling out a set of new national standards. The trust will receive support and a slice of the £12m Department of Health funding to demonstrate significant efficiencies and cost savings, reduced errors and better […]

Chefs win silver at NHS culinary competition

Richard Kirton and Ian Cannon won silver best in class at Salon Culinaire Hotelympia HCA Hot Cookery Competition. Each chef team had one hour to cook a beef-based two course hospital meal in front of a large crowd at the live theatre Hotelympia, in the coveted Salon Culinaire HCA Hot Cookery competition. Richard and Ian won […]

Teesside smokers urged to be quitters on No Smoking Day

The annual No Smoking Day campaign will take place on Wednesday 9 March to encourage smokers to give up the habit for good. People are encouraged to come along to events in Stockton, Hartlepool, Middlesbrough and Redcar and Cleveland on Wednesday 9 March to get support and advice on: 10am – 4pm, Middlesbrough Town Centre […]