Stafford Patient Journey Times Cut Thanks to Hospital Charity

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Patients from Stafford and surrounding areas can now benefit from a new eye service at County Hospital thanks to hospital charity funding.

The £200,000 Ophthalmology Department uses the latest equipment to diagnose, treat and prevent various eye diseases, and means patients living in Stafford and surroundings areas can now be treated closer to home without the need to travel to Stoke-on-Trent for treatment.

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Tamiley’s Trek for Orthodontics

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An Orthodontic Therapist has trekked 50k over the Peak District's harshest environments in torrential rain, all against the clock in aid of UHNM Charity. 

Tamiley Morris completed the '50K Trekfest the Peaks' in a time of 12 hours and one minute to raise just over £1,300 towards a digital scanner in her department.

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U3A's Cards for Cardiology

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A craft group from Biddulph has raised £500 for Cardiothoracic Care at UHNM.

The U3A Biddulph Friday Card Group donated the money to UHNM Charity through the sales of its cards.

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ARTU to Scale New Heights

 

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The longstanding staff fundraisers on the Acute Rehabilitation Trauma Unit, or ARTU, will soon be scaling new heights for UHNM Charity to once again help improve patient experience.

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Local School's Continued Sibling Support

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Even more families are now able to better entertain siblings during hospital stays thanks to the continued efforts of pupils from a local school.
 
Year seven pupils from Blythe Bridge High School and Sixth Form have worked with UHNM Charity to put together and donate a number of ‘sibling packs’ to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) and Children's Department at the Royal Stoke University Hospital.
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