Transfer of young patients improved thanks to UHNM Charity

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UHNM Charity supporters have helped further improve the transfer of critically-ill children and young people between hospitals by enabling our Children’s Intensive Care Unit (CICU) to purchase a new retrieval trolley.

A grant from UHNM Charity has meant the Unit can buy the purpose-built trolley which is used to move critically-ill patients from the Royal Stoke University Hospital for surgery in other specialist children’s hospitals.

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Iona’s dozen challenges for hospital charity

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An intrepid fundraiser from Stafford has raised almost £1,500 for UHNM Charity by completing 12 challenges within 12 months.

Iona Botfield raised £1,484 for the Acute Stroke Unit at the Royal Stoke University Hospital.

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UHNM Charity and Amazon go gold for children with cancer

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Child cancer patients will benefit from a £1,000 donation from Amazon Rugeley.

Staff at online company's distribution centre joined the global movement #AmazonGoesGold and hosted a gold-themed #PJammin party to support local families affected by childhood cancer. The money will be used to enhance patient experience in Children's Oncology at University Hospitals of North Midlands NHS Trust.

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Friends complete hike for Critical Care

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A group of friends have completed a 50-mile sponsored hike in aid of UHNM Charity

‘Made of Ale'; Steven Mills, Elliot Jones, Steve James, Matthew Bowker, Stephen Woods, Ben Hulse and Dean Bishton who have completed the 50-mile Longmynd Hike to raise funds for our Critical Care Unit.

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UHNM Charity in Safe Hands thanks to Walk

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UHNM Charity are in safe hands thanks to the support of the Royal Stoke University Hospital’s Security Team.

The members of the security staff, which is ran by Sodexo, raised almost £1,200 by completing a 30-mile sponsored walk from Alderly Edge to the hospital in aid of Children’s Services.   

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