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Hospital unit helps to keep beds free

The AEC team Hospital unit helps to keep beds free

A unit at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is saving 4000 bed days a year.

The Ambulatory Emergency Care (AEC) service, which has units in Pinderfields and Dewsbury treats referred patients on the same day thereby avoiding unnecessary admissions.

 

Picture (l-r): Dr Emily Holdsworth, Tende Msimanga (Consultant), Sarah Warner (Trainee ANP), Liam Noble (ANP), Victoria Green (Advanced HCA), Iain Chase (Trainee ANP), Sarah Bragan (Ward Clerk), Carmen Garofoiu (Trainee ANP), Emma Binns-Hall (Trainee ANP) and Xowi Mwimbi (Consultant).

Initiative proving its worth

from left: Dr Patrick Tung (Consultant in Emergency Medicine), Gilly Seale (Healthcare Assistant), Jane Watson, Brett Davison, Christie Sowerby, Kiran Mohanan, and Kate Briggs (Sister). Nurses at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust are benefitting from additional state of the art resus training. 

 

Picture caption, from left: Dr Patrick Tung (Consultant in Emergency Medicine), Gilly Seale (Healthcare Assistant), Jane Watson, Brett Davison, Christie Sowerby, Kiran Mohanan, and Kate Briggs (Sister).

A Trust first for Rebecca

Rebecca Tarbuck receives her Care Certificate A Health Care Assistant (HCA) at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is celebrating as she becomes the first in the Trust to complete her Care Certificate.

 

(l-r): Anita Mason, Clinical Skills Tutor at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Rebecca Tarbuck with her certificate, Sarah Chappell, Lead Clinical Educator and Emily Rusling, Clinical Skills Tutor, both at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust. 

Inaugural conference success

Deputy Chief Nurse Dawn Parkes and Acting Chief Nurse David Melia Our inaugural Nursing, Midwifery and Health Care Assistants Conference took place on 18 May 2016 at Unity Works Wakefield and was a resounding success.

 

Pictured: Dawn Parkes, Deputy Chief Nurse and David Melia Acting Chief Nurse at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust.