Clinical staff at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust have scooped three awards in recognition of their teaching excellence.
Congratulations to Linda Whitehead, Healthcare Assistant, Medical Assessment Unit at Dewsbury and District Hospital, who is our latest MY Star!
Linda was nominated by Donna Higgins, Senior Sister, who said that Linda is an excellent team member who always strives to give her best.
Stay cool and healthy as the temperatures rise.
The latest Met Office forecasts predict that there is a 70% probability of heatwave conditions.
Women of all ages are welcome to attend an open event next Monday (18 April) to talk through the upcoming changes to services at Dewsbury & District Hospital.
Time:10am – 12pm
Location: Banqueting Hall, Al Hikmah Centre, Track Road, Batley, WF17 7AA
Baroness Betty Boothroyd was welcomed to the day care facility named after her which she opened 20 years ago at Dewsbury and District Hospital.
We currently have a number of vacancies in our cafes at Pinderfields and Dewsbury, and are looking for volunteers who can help out on weekdays.
32 nursing students have been offered a position at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust after attending an open day at Pinderfields hospital.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is helping to improve the experience of its patients by acting on their feedback.
Feedback is captured in a number of ways including through the Friends and Family Test (FFT), an NHS initiative that enables patients to give anonymous feedback that could help improve services.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is showing its commitment to the people of Kirklees after investing almost £1m in new equipment at Dewsbury and District Hospital.
Ranging from resuscitaires on the Delivery Suite to ultrasound transducers in Accident and Emergency, the Trust is ensuring it has the very best equipment available to support its high quality care.
Congratulations to Margaret Greaves, Ward Clerk on Gate 41 at Pinderfields Hospital, who is our latest MY Star!
Margaret was nominated by a colleague who said that Margaret is usually the first person you see on the ward and often the most memorable.