Graham Stuart, MP has commended the work of staff and students at East Riding College (ERC) throughout the coronavirus pandemic following a virtual meeting with the college’s Principal, Mike Welsh.
A Savile Row-trained tailor has turned her talented team and their mean machines over to making much-needed PPE after cutting through the red tape of NHS procurement.
Gill Long, the owner of Cock of the Walk, is confident of producing 250 surgical gowns a day with her international staff of six working variously from home and from their tailors shop in Grimston Street, Hull.
Hull Hospitals would like to thank all of the amazing companies, individuals and organisations who have already come forward offering support to our staff and hospitals for the care we are providing patients during the COVID-19 outbreak.
Supported by our Hull Hospital’s official charity, WISHH, there are a number of ways you can help the Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital and the staff who are working tirelessly on delivering care to our patients during these exceptional times.
A young professional accommodation agency in Hull, Yupelet is holding 6 fully furnished apartments for emergency services workers at Hull Royal Infirmary (HRI).
These will be available immediately to support the NHS during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.
Local bus company East Yorkshire has revealed a huge increase in travellers across the region this Boxing Day.
Overall, 65% more passengers used the company’s bus services on Boxing Day than on the same day in 2018, with more places than ever being connected by buses.
Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness, has welcomed the news that Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust will be one of 78 NHS Trusts across the country to benefit from funding for brand new, state-of-the-art cancer testing and detection technology.
Sue Stephenson, the High Sheriff of East Riding of Yorkshire and WISHH Charity Chairman, officially unveiled the new look Coral Ward 130.
Situated on the top floor of Hull Royal Infirmary’s tower block the new ward is for the sickest children in the area.
Sue Stephenson, The High Sheriff of East Riding of Yorkshire and WISHH Charity Chairman, will officially unveil the new look Coral Ward 130 in the Hull Royal Infirmary’s tower block.
The sickest children in the area are provided with care on this ward and following a wall sticker appeal through the WISHH charity a sum of £6,500 was raised to enhance the ward environment.
From Sunday 1 September 2019 local bus company East Yorkshire will be running more early morning services.
This will help improve services for shift-workers and commuters. It will also give better connections for train services to Leeds, Sheffield and London from Hull Paragon Interchange.
Resident Playwright and Hospital at Night Lead Nurse Steph Flanagan wrote and directed her first play, ‘Egg White and Oxygen’ which transports the audience back to nursing times in the 1980s, as a Trainee nurse dons her uniform for the first time to start her training. Due to popular demand, the play is returning on the 26th and 27th August.
Following the successful Humber Biz week last month, featuring the Institute of Director’s (IoD) Humber Luncheon with former England footballer and manager and best-selling author, Kevin Keegan as guest speaker, the WISHH Charity which raises funds to support both Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital was one of three charities drawn to receive a cheque for £845.00.
A nurse who has dedicated 36 years of her life to the NHS is planning to cycle from Land’s End to John O’Groats to raise £1,000 for sick children at Hull Royal Infirmary.
Barbara Joy, 55, is taking on the epic sponsored cycling challenge to raise funds for WISHH, the independent charity funding the redecoration of Ward 130 and the Children’s High Dependency Unit at Hull Royal Infirmary.
Local Labour Party member George McManus has called the Health Secretary Mr Scrooge. His comments following the government’s announcement to slash public spending on health.
Mr McManus says that the latest round of spending cuts will have a devastating effect. He is also concerned that they will hit some of the most venerable in the community.
News that local health services are to receive additional funding has been welcomed by MP Graham Stuart.
Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership have secured £88.5 million of additional funding. This cash will be used to help improve emergency care and diagnostic testing in the area.
Hull and East Riding students will be rolling up their sleeves as they get the chance to experience many of the different roles the NHS has to offer in the fourth annual ‘A Day in the Life of the NHS’ event at Hull Royal Infirmary on 12 and 13 November.
The interactive learning event brought together by health and education organisations from across Hull and East Yorkshire, will open up with an address from Commonwealth boxing champion Tommy Coyle.
Primary and secondary school students across the East Riding took the chance to thank NHS staff and express exactly what the service means to them as the nation came together to celebrate 70 years since its creation.
Students were given the opportunity to exercise their imagination to come up with their own creative representation of what the NHS means to them, with the award of a Fitbit for the overall winning artist.
The Chair of the Health and Wellbeing Board has visited Hull Royal Infirmary to talk to staff about the winter challenges of the NHS and the way hospital discharges were managed.
Chairman Councillor Jonathan Owen spoke to Ellen Ryabov, the hospital’s chief operating officer, and Scott Rayner, hospital social care team manager at East Riding of Yorkshire Council, about their experiences during the worst time of the year.
MP Graham Stuart has released a statement as he continues to put pressure on East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group.
East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group say they need to make changes so they can improve on the level service people accessing care will experience.