South Tyneside and Sunderland NHS Foundation Trust will further easing some of its visitor restrictions on Tuesday 3rd May by welcoming two named visitors to spend time with patients each day on to its adult inpatient wards
A COVID-19 patient who spent the longest amount of time on a hospital’s Integrated Critical Care Unit (ICCU) since the outbreak of Coronavirus has begun the next stage of his recovery.
The City Hospitals Independent Sunderland Commercial Enterprises Ltd (CHoICE), Procurement Team is celebrating after being nominated for two prestigious accolades.
New and expectant mams or birth people, who suffer trauma as a result of pregnancy or giving birth can now get support from a new Maternal Mental Health Service.
A new 24/7 emergency phone line for people with urgent eye problems will remain in place after proving to be a success with patients and reducing the need for unnecessary hospital visits.
Patients over the age of 50, are set to benefit from a new support service that aims to make the transition from hospital to home better for them and their loved ones.
A team who helps people with Parkinson’s Disease has won praise for expressing their support for patients through poetry.
The first UK clinical trial of an innovative artificial intelligence (AI) device is underway with the potential to save many lives lost to bowel cancer – with the first 500 patients now through the study.
A Ukrainian emergency department doctor and a fellow NHS worker are leading a campaign to raise funds to buy vehicles and medical supplies to send to his home country.
A Ukrainian-born nurse and her colleagues have rallied round to gather scores of supplies ready to be sent to help those affected by the conflict in her home country.