One of our Emergency Service consultants has joined forces with NHS services across the region to urge people to #DoYourBit to prepare for the busy four-day weekend.
Our Neonatal Unit has made the first move towards reaching an international standard as they work to give little ones the strongest start in life.
A celebratory afternoon tea has been served up to volunteers to thank them for their dedication.
Patients are being asked to make sure they have plenty of medication in stock to see them through the Jubilee Bank Holiday as the four-day celebration nears.
Work has begun to demolish more old and unused hospital buildings as part of a programme of works to further improve the site at South Tyneside District Hospital and make way for future investments.
A host of new administration apprentices are being recruited to become the best in the business and help organise the NHS for decades ahead.
A calendar of events has been put together to mark a series of days which shine a light on the careers of nurses, midwives and Operating Department Practitioners.
South Tyneside families will gather at a memorial service for children this weekend in the first event of its kind to be held in the borough since COVID restrictions ended.
A new end of life and palliative care service has launched in South Tyneside, giving people more choice about where they spend the last days of their life
The footpath close to the Staff Health Club will be closed off for months while work is carried out to set up a new substation.