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University Hospitals of North Midlands reopens new unit for newborn babies

Maternity care at University Hospitals of North Midlands is being enhanced thanks to the reopening of its transitional care unit which officially reopened on World Prematurity Day. The transitional care unit at Staffordshire Children’s Hospital at R ...

Family praise UHNM neonatal care on World Prematurity Day

A family are celebrating being home with their twins thanks to the care they received from the Neonatal Unit at University Hospitals of North Midlands. Twins Jacob and Jaxon James were born at 30 weeks, weighing just 3lb 9oz and 3lb 8oz, on 5 July w ...

UHNM staff celebrate King’s birthday in London

University Hospitals of North Midlands nurses joined hundreds of international NHS employees to celebrate the King’s Birthday in London. Stella Underwood, International Nurse Lead, Hashim Asad, Staff Nurse on the Acute Medical Unit (AMU), Gabby Till ...

UHNM add two services to PKB platform

Patients from University Hospitals of North Midlands are set to benefit from two more services which have now joined the online personal health record system, ‘Patients Know Best’ (PKB), to record changes to their condition. Patients Know Best (PKB) ...

Pioneering vascular surgery at University Hospitals of North Midlands hands life back to 26-year-old Staffordshire clinical perfusionist

A Staffordshire clinical perfusionist is celebrating having her life back following pioneering vascular surgery at University Hospitals of North Midlands. Sophie Walker, 26, of Uttoxeter, had been unwell with a number health issues, culminating in t ...

UHNM retain mobile breast screening service in Biddulph

Women in Staffordshire have praised the efforts of the breast screening team from University Hospitals of North Midlands and the local authority for keeping a mobile breast screening unit in Biddulph. The UHNM breast screening service has teamed up ...

UHNM welcome new cohort of overseas nurses

Patients at University Hospitals of North Midlands are set to benefit from the latest recruitment of overseas nurses taking the total amount of overseas recruits to over 300 since the international nurse recruitment programme was launched in 2021. 3 ...

UHNM leads way in worldwide lung cancer research

University Hospitals of North Midlands lung health checks are leading the way in research for early diagnosis of lung cancer through a nationwide research project which is set to be the world’s largest lung cancer data set. The research will enable ...

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