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.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has welcomed three new, international nurses to the Critical Care team.
A team of experts at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has won the Diagnostic Stewardship award at the fourth international Antibiotic Guardian awards.
Nine students with learning disabilities have graduated from the Project SEARCH programme in Wakefield in a ceremony held on Thursday morning (18 July) at Pinderfields Hospital after completing their yearlong internships.
A chemotherapy patient from Wakefield is continuing in her efforts, to help fellow cancer suffers, with her generous donations to Pinderfields Hospital.
Local people are invited to the Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust’s Annual General Meeting (AGM).
The Chief Executive of The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has recently re-signed the Armed Forces Covenant and pledged additional support by signing the Step into Health covenant.