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“Thanks for saving my sight!” – Irene, 100

Posted on in Fundraising, Hospitals, Services, The trust

She might be 100 years old, but chirpy Irene Stoddart still loves nothing more than losing herself in a best-selling thriller, going to see the latest blockbuster movie – or the satisfaction of completing a challenging crossword. And thanks to doctors at South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust who discovered and treated a sight-threatening eye condition, the former teacher is still able to indulge in these simple pursuits she believes help her to stay as sharp as a pin!

New recruits appointed thanks to Love Nursing

Posted on in Hospitals, Nurses, Staff, The trust

Love nursing open days at The James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough and The Friarage in Northallerton have proved such a success, they are set to return in the early autumn. A total of seven nurses were offered jobs with South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust as a result of the July open days – including five at James Cook and two at The Friarage.

Teeswide Safeguarding Adults Board Awareness Day

Posted on in Events

The Teeswide Safeguarding Adults Board is a multi-agency partnership responsible for protecting and promoting an adult’s right to live an independent life, in safety, free from abuse and neglect in the Boroughs of Hartlepool, Middlesbrough, Redcar & Cleveland and Stockton-on-Tees.

Charity hub set to open this month

Posted on in Fundraising

A new charity hub located in the heart of James Cook is set to open this month. The hub was due to open on the 1 July, however, due to unforeseen circumstances, the opening has been pushed back and it will open within the next fortnight.

Home for MRI scanner as #MyReasonIs appeal takes off

Posted on in #MyReasonIs, Fundraising, Hospitals

A home has been found for a brand new MRI scanner at The Friarage Hospital, as the final phase of a £2m fundraising campaign for the equipment gathers pace. The potentially lifesaving Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) scanner – used to detect numerous conditions in almost any part of the body – will be based at the Northallerton Hospital’s former special care baby unit – once the remaining £500,000 needed to secure it has been raised.

Warm-hearted Bill backs #MyReasonIs campaign for scanner

Posted on in #MyReasonIs, Fundraising

A warm-hearted Grandad is set to become a social media sensation at the age of 85, after launching a new Twitter campaign in the final push to give The Friarage Hospital its own MRI scanner. Bill, a retired prison service worker and well-known, friendly face at The Friarage, has raised a massive £6,200 for the Northallerton hospital’s MRI Scanner appeal in less than a year, initially selling car raffle tickets, before going on to hold a regular tombola stall of his own.