School's Continued Support for Siblings

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Families of premature babies are still able to entertain older siblings during hospital stays thanks to the continued efforts of pupils from a local school.

Students from Blythe Bridge High School & Sixth Form have worked with UHNM Charity to put together and donate over 200 more ‘sibling packs’ to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Royal Stoke University Hospital.

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Children's Artwork Raises COVID Funds

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As well as carrying out clinical trials on hundreds of patients in the fight against Coronavirus, Assistant Research Practitioner Martin Booth has also raised almost £1,200 and counting for our Staff Wellbeing Appeal with the help of the children of UHNM. 

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Staffs Police Donate to Patient Experience

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Elderly inpatients at County Hospital who are unfortunately unable to have visitors during the Coronavirus pandemic have been given a boost by PC Claire Bond and our friends at Staffordshire Police. 
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Staff and patients benefiting from £500,000 new technology to support patient communication during Covid-19 pandemic

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Staff and patients at University Hospital of North Midlands are to benefit from £500,000 state-of-the-art technology thanks to the Denise Coates Foundation.

The first schemes to come on line following a £10 million grant to UHNM Charity will enhance and improve patient care and support our staff at both Royal Stoke Hospital and County Hospital, Stafford through the demand for our services during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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