Latest news — articles for March 2019
Innovations in patient food at Nottingham’s hospitals have been recognised with four nominations at a national catering awards ceremony.
A long-standing volunteer at Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) is celebrating her ninetieth birthday today.
Innovations and best practice in patient experience and involvement at Nottingham’s hospitals resulted in five national awards in one day – including Trust of the Year.
Catering staff from Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust (NUH) have been shortlisted for two national industry awards in recognition of their exceptional commitment to improving food services for our patients, their families and staff.
In the UK, living kidney transplants have been performed since 1960 and around 1,100 such operations are carried out each year, with a very high success rate.
200 people are currently on the waiting list for a kidney transplant in Nottingham, and the average waiting time for an adult is two years.
A CARING 12-year-old leukaemia patient receiving care and treatment at Queen’s Medical Centre’s Nottingham Children’s Hospital is championing a campaign to raise awareness of how to donate bone marrow.