The Occupational Health and Wellbeing team has received national recognition for the high standard of service it provides our employees.
The first move in a series of changes to deliver Acute Hospital Reconfiguration (AHR) is now complete.
NHS Improvement (NHSI) has today confirmed the appointment of Naseer Ahmed and Lenore Ogilvy as Non-executive Directors of the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust.
On Tuesday 25 April the Stroke Rehabilitation Ward, at Gate A1 Pinderfields, will be moving to Pontefract Hospital.
The detailed planning to move forward with Acute Hospital Reconfiguration (AHR) has been confirmed by The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust and commissioners with a view to delivering the final stage of AHR in phases from April through to September 2017.
The local NHS is reminding patients of a few simple steps they can take to stay healthy over the Easter four-day weekend. Good Friday and Easter Monday are bank holidays, so most GP practices will be closed.
The Maternity Services team at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust have been awarded £80,000 from Health Education England’s (HEE) Maternity Safety Training Fund to pay for maternity safety training for Maternity staff that will be spent over 2017/2018.
Eye screening experts from the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust will be helping thousands of people with diabetes in West Yorkshire care for their sight from 1 April 2017.
The Wakefield Intermediate Care Unit (WICU) based at Queen Elizabeth House in Wakefield, has recently welcomed seven new volunteer ward befrienders to their unit to provide patients with additional support and companionship during their stay.
Pictured: The Milk Tray Man with volunteers from Dewsbury & District Hospital and Susan Nash (top left), Trade Communication Manger, Mondelez International.