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Cancer Navigators improve patient experience at UHNM

Cancer patients at University Hospitals of North Midlands are benefiting from the support of Cancer Navigators from the point of referral for diagnostic tests and throughout their treatment and care, ensuring that they have the support they need when ...

UHNM Annual General Meeting 2023

Thank you to everyone who attended our Annual General Meeting this year.  Please find the presentation slides here> ...

UHNM radiographer publishes book

A UHNM radiographer has become a published author after her revision notes were highlighted as an excellent tool for others to use. Rosie Jones, an Advanced Practice Radiographer, works in the Emergency Department at Royal Stoke University Hospital ...

Congratulations to Chris and Gillian Ellison

A 70-year-old patient has fulfilled his wish of marrying his partner, thanks to the Coronary Care Unit at Royal Stoke University Hospital. Chris Ellison, from Oswestry, who is receiving end of life care, married his partner; Gillian Richardson on th ...

Digital interpreter devices to be introduced at UHNM after successful trial

Patients from University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM) are set to benefit from digital interpreter devices following a successful trial. The ‘Insight’ devices allow staff to break down the language barrier with patients through on-demand video ...

UHNM urgent and emergency patients seen quicker thanks to GP partnership initiative

A partnership initiative between North Staffordshire and Stoke-on-Trent GPs (North Staffordshire GP Federation) and University Hospitals of North Midlands has led to more patients being seen quicker without waiting unnecessarily in the Trust’s Emerge ...

UHNM asthma team recognised by national society

A clinical team from University Hospitals of North Midlands has been given international recognition for a project which provides treatment for patients with severe asthma. The UHNM asthma team has been recognised by the European Respiratory Society ...

Consultant industrial action

The British Medical Association in England has announced: consultants are due to take part in a planned 48 hour strike from 7am on Thursday 24 August 2023. This will impact on services at University Hospitals of North Midlands. We are working c ...

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