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UHNM activities co-ordinator improves patient recovery at County Hospital

Dementia patients at County Hospital are benefiting from further support thanks to a new activities co-ordinator role being introduced on Ward 15. Working with the discharge liaison team and theory team the co-ordinator arranges daily activities for ...

UHNM saving lives with solar scheme is highly commended at the HSJ Awards 2022

A unique partnership between University Hospitals of North Midlands and Staffordshire-based charity Beat the Cold which helps prevent vulnerable people from being readmitted to hospital because they are living in cold damp conditions has been highly ...

Patient thanks UHNM for 'life changing’ treatment

A patient from University Hospitals of North Midlands has thanked the headache service for life changing treatment which has given her a new lease of life. Joanna Banks, from Shropshire, suffered from debilitating migraines every month, which led to ...

UHNM patient thanks heart failure team for new lease of life

A 46-year-old electrician who had a life-saving heart transplant after specialists at University Hospitals of North Midlands spotted he was in heart failure is on the road to recovery and excited to be back in the kitchen, cooking, for the first time ...

UHNM Radiotherapy team win regional award

The Radiotherapy team from University Hospitals of North Midlands have scooped the ‘Midlands Region Team of the Year’ award at the Society of Radiographers Awards. The regional awards celebrate individuals, teams and students from across the UK who h ...

Staffordshire Children’s Hospital at Royal Stoke win Nursing and Midwifery award

Staffordshire Children’s Hospital at Royal Stoke – part of University Hospitals of North Midlands – has been voted as the best place to study and learn by Keele University nursing and midwifery students. The Children’s Assessment Unit (CAU) scooped P ...

UHNM Physicist thanked for his passion and dedication to his role

A staff member from University Hospitals of North Midlands who volunteers at the Royal Stoke over and above his employed role has been thanked by colleagues and relatives of recent patients, for his passion, dedication and care. Stephen Dainty, who h ...

Stroke patient praises UHNM thrombectomy service

A stroke patient has praised a mechanical thrombectomy service at Royal Stoke University Hospital which saved his life. University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM) is one of a select few hospitals providing 24/7 mechanical thrombectomy and is seein ...