A Freedom to Speak Up Guardian from The Mid Yorkshire Hospital’s NHS Trust has won a national award at the Freedom to Speak Up Awards 2017.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has partnered with Highfield School, Wakefield Council, HFT Supported Employment Agency, Pennine Camphill Community and Wakefield College, to give young adults with learning difficulties the chance to gain valuable work experience, in a programme called Project SEARCH.
A new home visiting pilot scheme which gives patients in Wakefield faster access to treatment at home has been hailed as an early success.
A former firefighter from Minsthorpe has regained his fitness and confidence with help from the Cardiac Rehab Team at his local hospital trust.
Acute Hospital Reconfiguration (AHR) is now at an end with centralisation of acute inpatient care to Pinderfields Hospital complete.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is appealing to locals to donate items which can be used to create Reminiscence Boxes.
A support group in Wakefield is providing a haven for patients with lung cancer and mesothelioma.
Acute Hospital Reconfiguration has been a long journey which started in 2014 and has now been delivered. There was a need to redesign the service offer as commissioners needed to improve the level of care and safety at our local hospitals; meet the latest national standards; ensure that the workforce was being used in the most effective way.
The Critical Care Unit (CCU) team at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield have received a generous donation of electrical items from the family of a patient admitted to their department earlier this year.