The cancer services team at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust have successfully secured £400k in funding between now and 2020, from the Macmillan ‘Living With and Beyond Cancer’ programme to help improve the experience of people diagnosed with breast, prostate and bowel cancer in South and Mid Yorkshire.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is joining the national campaign to #EndPJparalysis.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, in partnership with Job Centre Plus (JCP) and Wakefield College, has given 18, local, unemployed people the opportunity to get a job.
Picture: Ian (left) with Wendy Dunwell (right), carrying out their duties on the ward
Two employees at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust have been given the opportunity to embark on new careers through the National Apprenticeship Scheme
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is holding the second of five recruitment open days for student nurses this weekend.
It is the end of an era on Friday 16 March as married couple Steve and Lesley Royal retire after working at Dewsbury and District Hospital for almost 30 years.
A Wakefield based children’s burns charity has won a prestigious royal award
We need people who want to get creative by knitting an octopus or two (or three, or four) for our patients living with Dementia.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is celebrating, after being named as a National Joint Registry (NJR) Quality Data Provider, after successfully completing a national programme of local data audits.
The cancer teams across all tumour groups at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust have contributed towards successfully delivering the national cancer performance targets for the first three quarters of the year. The team have provided more chemotherapy and complex therapy treatments to patients closer to home.