Choir Evening Hits Right Note for Hospital

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A brain tumuor survivor has used the power of music to not only help her recover, but thank the team of specialists at the Royal Stoke University Hospital who saved her life.

Francis Johnson, a member of The Pheonix Singers choir, held a fundraising concert at All Saints Church in Leek raising £718 for UHNM Charity. 

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School’s Hospital Packs Show Sibling Support

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Families of premature babies are now able to better entertain older siblings during hospital stays thanks to the 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) at the Royal Stoke University Hospital.

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Rugby Club's £13,000 for Hospital after Season of Fundraising

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Players, staff and supporters of Stafford Rugby Club have come together to raise over £13,000 for the Kidney Unit at University Hospitals of North Midlands (UHNM).

The club held a variety of fundraising events throughout the year including quiz nights, a New Year’s Eve auction and a sponsored bike ride to raise the funds through UHNM Charity.

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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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