Enjoying the Vintage Tea Room (l-r): Nico Blair - Safety Support Worker, Jayne Greenhough – Dementia Support Worker, Bryn Haworth – patient, Vikki Padgett – Vouluntary Services Manager, Beany McIntyre and Kathryn Thompson – Ward Befrienders, Sally Akindeinde – patient’s daughter, Anita Ruckledge – Lead Dementia Nurse, Majorie Darnell – patient, Keshia Withers and Erin Allott – Ward Befrienders.
Louise Barker (l), receiving flower arranging tips from Joyce Harrow.
The ward befriending scheme at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has received national recognition.
If you are finding it difficult to get pregnant, we might just be able to help you. Our Yorkshire Fertility service is dedicated to trying to help people who are finding it difficult to get pregnant. Our team of highly trained, professional staff aims to keep the atmosphere of the unit informal as we treat many people with infertility problems and so understand how upsetting and stressful the experience can be.
Following the announcement on Wednesday 31 August of the planned Industrial Action by Junior Doctors, the Trust is in the process of reviewing its contingency plans and working to minimise the impact on our patients whilst ensuring patient safety.
Cheryl Scarth, enjoying the art class at Pinderfields Hospital