Former patient and author Brian Abram, has dedicated his first illustrated children’s book to the staff on the Spinal Injuries Centre at Pinderfields Hospital in Wakefield, who helped him to recover after a life changing accident.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is proud to announce that it has been officially accredited as an Investor in People (IIP). This is a world-recognised standard, which assesses whether organisations have effective practices in place according to a framework of indicators common to organisations performing highly in their management of people.
As residents across Yorkshire are marking Armistice Day, the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has announced its formal accreditation as a Veteran Aware NHS trust.
The children’s ward at Pinderfields Hospital have received a kind donation of £530, from the mother of a little boy who was admitted to the ward with pneumonia earlier this year.
Last weekend 18 staff and supporters of The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, ran 13.1 miles in the Great North Run and raised more than £7,000 for the MY Hospitals Charity.
A Learning Disabilities and Autism Liaison Assistant from The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is among the finalists in the national 2019 Our Health Heroes awards.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has partnered with Kirklees College, REAL employment, C&K Careers, Jobcentre Plus and Kirklees Council to run the very first Project SEARCH programme based in Dewsbury, which aims to give young adults with learning difficulties the chance to gain valuable work experience, in a programme called Project SEARCH.
The public can come and see a replica and demonstration of Pinderfields Hospital’s brand new surgical robot at an open event next Thursday (29 August).
A 15 year old from West Yorkshire, born with clubfoot deformities, has gone on to achieve a black belt in taekwondo.