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A County Hospital receptionist rewarded for her “beautiful disposition”

A County Hospital receptionist has been thanked for her “beautiful disposition” and unselfish manner. Patients and colleagues have expressed their appreciation for Charisse Fletcher, who works in the outpatients department. Debbie Elliott, junior si ...

999: Critical Condition: Stafford Cancer patient was ticking time bomb

A Staffordshire cancer patient today thanked University Hospitals of North Midlands for staff saving her life after a chance scan resulted in the discovery of a life threatening aortic aneurysm. Her life saving surgery will feature on tonight’s (Wed ...

999: Critical Condition: Model spends almost two months at UHNM following near fatal car crash.

A Staffordshire model who suffered multiple life-threatening injuries following a car crash on her way to a photo shoot will appear on Channel 5’s 999: Critical Condition, filmed at University Hospitals of North Midlands. Rachel Downes, of Newcastle ...

Ward manager receives Daisy Award

A senior staff nurse from University Hospitals of North Midlands has been awarded a prestigious award after she was nominated for her determination and leadership during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Daisy Award for Extraordinary Nurses recognises the ...

More patients received planned care as operating returns to pre-pandemic levels

Theatre team at Royal Stoke and County.   The number of patients receiving their planned care is back to pre-pandemic levels at UHNM thanks to the dedication of the hospitals’ theatres teams. During the pandemic staff at Royal Stoke University Hosp ...

Grandmother feels like “a new woman” following robotic surgery to remove rare tumour

From left: Carol Burt, Mr Anurag Golash and Rennett Burt Family have described how 84-year-old grandmother Rennett Burt is like “a new woman” following robotic surgery to remove a rare tumour. Rennett and her daughter have today thanked doctors at U ...

Audit team helping to improve cardiology care

UHNM’s audit team are helping to improve cardiology care for patients. The team produce patient questionnaires relating to quality of life, patient satisfaction and other patient-facing information. The feedback gathered is used to audit patient expe ...

Wife of architect featured in 999:Critical Condition urges people to register for organ donation

The wife of a Chester architect who suffered a fatal head injury after falling down the stairs today urged more people to sign up for the NHS Organ Donor Register after viewers watched his story on Channel 5’s 999:Critical Condition, filmed at Univer ...