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Visiting restrictions at Scarborough Hospital 23 March 2016

Due to an outbreak of norovirus at Scarborough Hospital, York we have made the decision to restrict visiting to the hospital in order to ensure the safety of patients and staff.

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Down Syndrome Day

New hospital art exhibition celebrates World Down Syndrome Day 22 March 2016

A new exhibition focussing on celebrating World Down Syndrome Day (21 March) has been launched at York Hospital.

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Trust celebrates 100,000 pieces of Friends and Family feedback 14 March 2016

This week, staff at York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, will be raising awareness of the importance of patient feedback and the Friends and Family Test as it joins other NHS organisations in supporting a national awareness week.

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Smoking mums to be encouraged to stub it out 1 March 2016

Shocking statistics released by NHS Scarborough and Ryedale CCG show that on average, one in five women who gave birth at Scarborough Hospital last year smoked during their pregnancy.

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Babies remembrance service 26 February 2016

A service of love, thanksgiving and remembrance has been organised by York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and SANDS, the Stillbirth and Neonatal death charity.

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Visit responsibly: wards closed due to norovirus 22 February 2016

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Construction work at Malton Hospital 19 February 2016

Construction work to create a new Urology Clinic is now underway at the Malton Hospital site.

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Photography competition celebrates LGBT month 2 February 2016

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House of Lords approval for York’s new liver disease service 1 February 2016

York Hospital’s new specialised service focusing exclusively on liver disease received approval from the House of Lords at a recent event in York to celebrate its launch. Susan, Countess of Swinton, Baroness Masham of Irton, made the special trip from the Houses of Parliament to join staff and guests from across the city at the event. The afternoon was spent with the experts discussing the new treatments available for patients with liver disease, as well as sharing future developments.

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Have you thought about a career as a District Nurse? 21 January 2016

We are working in partnership with NHS Yorkshire and the Humber, other local healthcare providers and Leeds Beckett University on a regional campaign to recruit registered nurses to undertake a District Nursing training programme

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