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New look for Selby clinic 14 December 2018

A children’s clinic room at Selby War Memorial Hospital has been given an eye-catching underwater makeover to help children feel more relaxed. Thanks to a donation from the Friends of Selby Hospital, healthcare assistants Sharon Young and Rebecca Smart have created a child friendly environment for the child weighing room.

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Workforce boost for Scarborough Hospital 10 December 2018

Scarborough Hospital is set to get a workforce boost with the recruitment of ten trainee advanced clinical practitioners and 20 trainee nursing associate apprentices.

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NHS Trust thanks volunteers with Christmas lunch 10 December 2018

OVER 60 volunteers who contribute their time to York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust enjoyed a Christmas lunch in Ellerby’s restaurant at York Hospital on Monday 10 December, courtesy of York Teaching Hospital Charity.

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Minster hosts much-loved carol service as NHS celebrates 70 years 7 December 2018

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Multi-million pound investment announced for Scarborough’s A&E 7 December 2018

Scarborough Hospital is to benefit from a £40 million share of funding, following a successful bid by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust for capital investment as part of the Humber, Coast and Vale Health and Care Partnership.

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Team at York Hospital wins national award 7 December 2018

A team at York Hospital has received the award for ‘Best AS Team’ from the National Ankylosing Spondylitis Society.

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HIV testing week 22 November 2018

Latest figures reveal that late diagnosis of HIV means that people in York and North Yorkshire can spend an average of three to five years living with HIV before they are diagnosed. And alarmingly, the majority of new HIV infections can be traced back to someone who was living with HIV but not diagnosed.

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System issues 12 November 2018

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10 years of saving sight across North Yorkshire 25 October 2018

Diabetic retinopathy is the number one treatable cause of visual loss in the UK among 16-64 year olds and can have a devastating impact if not detected. Since 2008 the North Yorkshire Diabetic Eye Screening Programme has been successfully offering eye screening for people with diabetes in the region and recently celebrated 10 years of saving sight.

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Emergency department at Scarborough Hospital receives major investment 24 October 2018

Construction work has started to significantly upgrade the emergency department at Scarborough Hospital

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