Graham Stuart, the MP for Beverley and Holderness, has voiced his delight at the news that Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust will be getting a significant £4,297,000 boost to support its A&E services over the winter.
People in Hull and the East Riding are being urged to take part in the biggest ‘thank-you’ the country has ever seen on the birthday of the NHS this weekend, culminating in an epic pause for applause at 5pm on Sunday.
This major country-wide coming together will thank all those who have been helping us through the pandemic and recognise the vital community connections that continue to support us all.
The charity behind a campaign to raise £8.5 million to provide a Molecular Imaging Research (MIR) Centre at Castle Hill Hospital has set a target for completion by the end of this year and operation early in 2021 after construction resumed at the site.
The Daisy Appeal has also released the first pictures of the state-of-the-art complex which will improve accuracy and detection rates for cancer, heart disease and dementia in Hull, East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.
Councillors from Beverley Town Council are delivering life-saving, PPE face shields to key workers in the care home sector in Beverley.
The face shields have been designed by the engineering department at Hull University, who have been working round the clock with NHS consultants and industrial partners to create a state of the art face shield to protect health workers against the Covid 19 virus.
Hull University Teaching Hospitals Trust’s official charity WISHH has expressed their gratitude to communities across the region for their fundraising efforts.
As a result of the pandemic sweeping across the nation, the charity launched the WISHH COVID-19 Appeal.
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.
This Thursday, 12 March, a by-election will be held in the St Mary’s West ward to elect a new councillor to Beverley Town Council.
The well known and respected campaigner, David Tucker, will contest the seat for the Liberal Democrats who won all 7 St Mary’s seats on Beverley Town Council last May, in addition to 3 councillors on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council.
Beverley Art Gallery and the Treasure House have unveiled a varied and interesting programme for 2020.
Exhibitions to be held range from local attractions like The Yorkshire Wolds to the delights of Japan.
A project launched during Hull City of Culture 2017 has been able to continue thanks to funding from Newground Together, NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.
Building on the success of the project that was debuted as part of Hull 2017’s Creative Communities Programme, Song for Hull will return to the city, even bigger than before.
ERYC has developed a new pilot which will help free up hospital beds and give residents the chance to gain back their independence after being discharged from the hospital.
The East Riding Social Care Suite will create a short-term facility for those individuals who are medically ready for discharge but are waiting for planned social care and support to begin.
Green Party Candidate, Richard Howarth was arrested after he attempted to display a banner on the roof of Hull University.
Mr Howarth tried to unfurl his banner at the site during the filming on the BBC show Question Time on Thursday evening.
The 22nd annual Open Art exhibition will be at Beverley Art Gallery from Friday, 6 December through until 29 February 2020.
Entries were invited from all artists, whether amateur or professional, living in the East Riding or in Hull.
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.
Hospital executive, Lee Bond, is about to embark on the challenge of a lifetime as he bids to run the London marathon and raise £10,000 for the WISHH.
The charity raises money for Hull Royal Infirmary and Castle Hill Hospital. Funds raised will enable the opening of a sensory room for children with additional needs including Autism, ADHD, ADD, or for children experiencing anxiety or trauma attending the Hull and East Yorkshire Eye Hospital.
Local NHS organisations are once again working together to showcase some of the innovations and amazing healthcare teams there are across the region, as the Hull and East Riding Health Expo returns to the DoubleTree by Hilton, Hull on Thursday 10 October, from 10am until 3:30pm.
Now in its fourth year, the Hull and East Riding Health Expo is an annual exhibition and celebration organised by Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust, East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), Hull CCG, City Health Care Partnership CIC and Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust.
A Hull team has been crowned as the winner of the Humber Care Tech Challenge 2019 with their design on how to support people living with dementia.
Team Ull-Tra Fast designed a technological concept on how to ease the symptoms of dementia suffers who experience sundown syndrome. The term refers to an end-of-day confusion and restlessness that manifests at a certain time of day.
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.