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Lung cancer nurses urge patients to get checked out 24 November 2017
November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month and this year the lung cancer specialist nurses at York Hospital are asking people to hold their head high to highlight the illness. Over 46,000 people are diagnosed with lung cancer every year, with nearly 36,000 dying from it. It is the UK's biggest cancer killer in both men and women, and early detection is the key to surviving lung cancer.
Annual NHS Regional Carol Service 24 November 2017
Annual NHS Regional Carol Service
York Hospital Turns it Purple for Pancreatic Cancer 14 November 2017
York Hospital will this month join some of the UK’s most famous landmarks in turning its lights purple in honour of the thousands of individuals and families affected by pancreatic cancer each year.
Cold cot for York Hospital 8 November 2017
York Hospital has received a cold cot which offers parents, who suffer the heartbreak of losing their baby, the chance to spend more time with them to say goodbye.
Come meet the experts - Audiology open day 26 October 2017
The Audiology Department at York Hospital is throwing open its doors to the public for the first time with a unique event that will give people who are affected by hearing problems the opportunity to see what’s provided by their local NHS.
Wellbeing wallets support mums to be 13 October 2017
Mums-to-be across the region are to benefit from a pioneering initiative that has already helped hundreds of women track the progress of their pregnancy and improve their wellbeing.
Local children attempt record lifesaving training 13 October 2017
Local children attempt record lifesaving training
York Hospital helps breaks the silence on baby loss 5 October 2017
York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust will be showing its support for Baby Loss Awareness week this October by turning the lights of York Hospital blue and pink, to help raise awareness and highlight the emotional impact of pregnancy and baby loss.
Nursing training is set to return to Scarborough for the first time in 23 years 5 October 2017
CU Scarborough has had approval from Coventry University and the Nursing and Midwifery Council (NMC) to deliver a BSc Adult Nursing degree.