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Caroline and Debbie, palliative nurses at the Trust, standing on a hospital corridor in their work uniforms.

Dying Matters: let’s talk about it 25 April 2024

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Jess Read from NHS England presents York Midwife Sharon Pratt with her award for going ‘above and beyond’ during a complex delivery.

Special delivery for York midwife who scoops NHS award 12 April 2024

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Garry Tew, Lisa Ballantine, and Phil Dickinson on a windy day at Scarborough sea front.

Health research launched for coastal residents 8 April 2024

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Almost finished urgent and emergency care building. Builders can be seen in the entrance.

Final push for Scarborough Hospital Extension Appeal 4 April 2024

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Ian Burke, Project Director from IHP and Jo Southwell, the Trust's Capital Project Lead, standing at the front of the new UECC.

Scarborough Hospital expansion construction praised in inspection report 12 March 2024

Constructors working on the new state-of-the-art Urgent and Emergency Care Centre (UECC) have been applauded for their overall approach to the £47 million project.

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Professor James Turvill holding a 'Colocap' up to the camera.

Groundbreaking research could change the face of bowel cancer diagnosis 22 February 2024

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A single candle flame in a dark room.

Babies ‘Special Memories’ remembrance service 6 February 2024

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Staff and patients together in a garden at York Hospital. Some are sat on a bench, others are stood around the bench.

Macmillan Cancer Support and York and Scarborough Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust unveil £2.1m plans for gold standard Cancer Care Centre 5 February 2024

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Sara Shearing, Senior Health Care Assistant and Karroll Powell, Associate Nurse Practitioner with one of the new mobile phone charging units.

Free mobile phone charging comes to York and Scarborough Hospitals 1 February 2024

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Siobhan, Renal Research Nurse, and Mary, a patient, smiling together.

New drug offered to York patients in first worldwide clinical study 16 January 2024

York doctors have achieved a global first by participating in a clinical study helping patients with a rare condition.

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Looking down a long bright hospital corridor with treatment rooms on the left and windows on the right. At the bottom of the corridor is one member of staff in a blue nursing uniform

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Norovirus is highly infectious and can spread easily

Please do not visit our hospitals if you or a member of your household has had nausea, diarrhoea, or vomiting within the last 48 hours. This is to prevent the spread of norovirus in our hospitals.

See more information on norovirus.