We have regrettably had to take the decision to temporarily close the Friarwood Birth Centre for a period of six weeks to allow us to consolidate staffing.
Picture (l-r): Helen O’Toole – Cardiac Rehab Specialist Nurse, Andrew Windle and Lesley Bond – Cardiac Rehab Clinical Specialist Physiotherapy.
As The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust celebrates World Heart Day one person who is grateful for the help and support he has received is 45 year old Andrew Windle who underwent quadruple heart bypass surgery following a heart attack.
Picture: back row (l-r) Alison Ward –Assistant Director of Nursing, Jodie Rothery - Apprentice PDEU Administrative Assistant, Sarah Burns - P.A. and PDEU Administrator, Dawn Parkes – Deputy Director of Nursing.
Front row (l-r): Charlene Pressley – Staffing Support Matron, Amanda Calvert – Practice Educator, Nichola Langdale - Lead Clinical Educator and Kelly Jackson - Lead Clinical Educator.
The Professional Development and Education Unit (PDEU) at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust is celebrating its award shortlist success.
Heena Mahmood, a senior physiotherapist at The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust, has recently returned from the European Pressure Ulcer Advisory Panel (EPUAP) conference in Rome.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has once again collaborated with Highfield School, Wakefield Council, HFT Supported Employment Agency, Pennine Camphill Community and Wakefield College, to give young adults with learning disabilities, the chance to gain valuable work experience, in a programme called Project SEARCH.
17 year old Laura Balcerzak didn’t realise she was in labour and was surprised when her son quickly came into the world with the help of an array of staff at Pinderfields Hospital who came together to help her.
A nine year old from Wakefield who has spent his whole life having weekly blood tests got to find out what happens to his blood samples.
The Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust are launching a new weight management service for south Asian women in Bradford, to reduce the problems of obesity and improve the overall health of the south Asian female population.
Dewsbury and District Hospital have introduced a ‘chatter and natter’ table in their volunteer café located in the main Ridings Hospital building.
Craft group’s ‘bonding hearts’ helping to support mums and babies at Pinderfields Neo-natal unit