A new state of the art, implantable cardioverter-defibrillator has recently been fitted to a patient at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield. The totally subcutaneous implantable defibrillator, called the ‘S-ICD System’, will now be recommended to patients at risk of a sudden cardiac arrest.
Radio Aire listeners were one of the many groups of people opening their hearts to those spending Christmas in hospital.
Through their Cash for Kids campaign, they donated a staggering 400 presents to Dewsbury and District Hospital’s Accident and Emergency department – to distribute to children attending there.
Pontefract Hospital is amongst the best in Britain at keeping women and their partners fully involved during labour and care – says a new national study.
Staff at Pinderfields Hospital are donning 1930’s nurse’s uniforms to sing favourite carols and remind dementia patients of Happy Christmas’ past.
On Saturday 30 April 2016 Stage 2 of the Tour de Yorkshire cycle race is coming through Mid Yorkshire.
Two community nurses at the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust have been awarded the prestigious title of Queen’s Nurse (QN) by community nursing charity The Queen’s Nursing Institute (QNI).
Volunteer Harvey Pedley is delivering news of the outside world to bedbound patients at Pinderfields – after becoming the new hospital’s first-ever paper lad.
Patients at Dewsbury and District Hospital have joined local MP Jo Cox in saluting a campaign called, “Hello, my name is…”
The Governors of Wakefield Grammar School Foundation are delighted to announce that agreement (subject to planning) has been made with the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust for the purchase of the former Clayton Hospital site.
Research by a Trust occupational therapist will be presented at a prestigious UK conference.
Along with colleagues in the MY Therapy Team, Abby Daykin plays a pivotal part in enabling patients who’ve had a prolonged hospital stay to recover their mobility and independence.