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Young woman's life saved after 80 foot fall

A young pharmacist who sustained multiple life threatening injuries after falling 80 foot down the side of a waterfall is to feature in the third episode of the latest series of 999: Critical Condition on Thursday 20 January 2022. 26-year-old Cara Su ...

Oesophageal capsule helps to pre-empt cancer

UHNM patients are set to benefit from a new diagnostic test which can identify important oesophageal conditions before they turn into cancer. The Trust has become one of only a few organisations in the West Midlands to participate in the pilot progra ...

UHNM teams up with fire service to roll out vital Covid drugs

UHNM has teamed up with firefighters from Staffordshire Fire and Rescue Service to deliver vital drugs to the most vulnerable people in the region with Covid-19. Molnupiravir and Sotrovimab are anti-viral medications made available to the most at-ris ...

Research team keep up the fight for new Covid treatments

Dr Timothy Kemp, Consultant in Infectious Diseases, (front, left) leads the RECOVERY Trial research team at UHNM UHNM’s research and development team are continuing to play an active role in the fight against Covid-19. To date the Trust has enrolled ...

Family thanks staff for father's care

Pictured left to right: Sophie Sinclair and Becky Shutt were presented with their UHNM Hero certificates on behalf of Terry's family A family have thanked staff on ward 103 for their care and compassion. Terry Heath, 55, passed away last August after ...

999 Critical Condition: Grandparents survive motorbike accident

Motorbiking couple Martin Hathaway and Janet Walker are to feature in the second episode of the latest series of 999: Critical Condition, the exclusive documentary charting the life and death decisions and actions of staff at Royals Stoke University ...

UHNM declares Critical Incident and announces measures to protect patient safety

Due to the extremely high demand for all our services and COVID pressures we are taking additional steps to maintain safe services for our patients.  Unfortunately, this does mean postponing some non-urgent operations and outpatient appointments to a ...

Family thank staff following emergency c-section

A family have thanked staff on the maternity theatres team and postnatal ward 206 for their exemplary work during an emergency c-section. The father, who asked to remain anonymous, said: “Our care up was carried out by Dr Peter Young with scans every ...