A nineteen year old man has become the very first patient to receive a wearable external defibrillator known as a ‘LifeVest’ at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, and one of only twelve patients in the UK who are currently being treated this way.
The new midwife led Bronte Birth Centre at Dewsbury hospital is now open and available to expectant mothers at no charge.
The Medical Education and Simulation Hub (MESH) Reception team at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield held a Christmas cake sale on Friday 2 December and raised the tasty sum of £475.23 for their local Wakefield Hospice.
The Intensive Care Unit (ICU) team at Dewsbury Hospital have received a generous donation of four Dyson bladeless fans, from bedding specialists John Cotton Group Ltd, based in Mirfield.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust have introduced a new level of support that hopes to enhance the care of frail and vulnerable older patients.
It could only be Emma Manners-Lilley who gave birth to one of the last babies born at Bronte Tower. She seems attached to the building at Dewsbury hospital in a very surprising way.