A BIG thank you from everyone at UHNM

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UHNM staff have applauded fundraisers for the generous donations over the past year to thank them for making a difference. Every year UHNM Charity is supported by former patients, grateful families and even the staff who work in the services who all want to make a difference to the services the NHS provides. Giving to the NHS is as old as the NHS and this year has been no exception to the generosity of all those who want to help.

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County Hospital Appeal nears half a million pounds

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UHNM Charity is more than three quarters of the way to meeting the County Hospital Fundraising Appeal target of £600,000. To date donations have created safe, comforting and stimulating ward environments for vulnerable patients, including those with dementia, and developed the outpatients unit which is used by more than 125,000 patients a year.

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Cardio Team Spin Their Way to Success

A team of nurses and doctors from the cardiothoracic critical care unit have raised an amazing £5409.68 by holding a 24 hour spinathon at the Royal Stoke University Hospital. The team wanted to raise money to buy comforts for patients who are treated on the unit, sometimes for many weeks, following major heart surgery. 

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Marathon runners go beyond £10k

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Five intrepid runners have raised more than £10,000 for UHNM Charity by running the London Marathon. The money raised will go to good causes across UHNM, including County Hospital, Cystic Fibrosis, Liver disease, Ward 108 and Children's Intensive Care.

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Max raises funds for unit which cared for him

Young Max Crompton wanted to thank the unit which treated him for cancer so, with a little help from his mum and 'Max's Superheros' they organised and held a fabulous charity ball which raised an amazing £15,000!

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