News

Andrew gives thanks with all his heart

Picture (l-r): Helen O’Toole – Cardiac Rehab Specialist Nurse, Andrew Windle and Lesley Bond – Cardiac Rehab Clinical Specialist Physiotherapy.

As The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust celebrates World Heart Day one person who is grateful for the help and support he has received is 45 year old Andrew Windle who underwent quadruple heart bypass surgery following a heart attack.

Trio of nominations for Trust’s nursing team

Picture: back row (l-r) Alison Ward –Assistant Director of Nursing, Jodie Rothery - Apprentice PDEU Administrative Assistant, Sarah Burns - P.A. and PDEU Administrator, Dawn Parkes – Deputy Director of Nursing.

Front row (l-r): Charlene Pressley – Staffing Support Matron, Amanda Calvert – Practice Educator, Nichola Langdale - Lead Clinical Educator and Kelly Jackson - Lead Clinical Educator.

The Professional Development and Education Unit (PDEU) at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is celebrating its award shortlist success. 

Media enquiries

The Communications Department is responsible for media relations, staff communications and external communications across the Trust. This includes managing the Trust website and producing printed publications.


During office hours (Monday - Friday, 9am - 5pm), all enquiries from journalists and requests for filming should be directed to the communications team on 01924 543637 or by email:  communications@midyorks.nhs.uk


Outside office hours call the hospital switchboard on 01924 541000 or 0844 811 8110 and ask for the director on call.

Communications Department
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Trust HQ and Education Centre
Aberford Road
Wakefield
WF1 4DG