The story of the pandemic at North Lincolnshire & Goole NHS Foundation Trust
Lancaster-based Mark Mulryan is fundraising for St John’s Hospice and St Ann’s Hospice in Cheadle, where his late auntie Fiona Stepney was a patient.
This week, for the first time in the history of the NHS, an all-out junior doctor’s strike has taken place in England.
‘Inspirational and humbling’: Manchester CEOs cycle across Britain raising £25k for The Christie’s new cancer centre
Ten Manchester businessmen have cycled from Land’s End to John O’Groats, raising over £25,000 for a new cancer care centre being built at The Christie Hospital.
Hospital care for self-harm patients has been linked to a higher risk of death, in particular admission to a psychiatric bed, in a University of Manchester study.
‘Off to a fine art’: Manchester hospital performs record number of life-saving kidney transplants ‘like clockwork’
A record-breaking number of successful, life-changing and saving kidney transplants have been carried out by the Renal Transplant Team at Manchester Royal Infirmary (MRI).
More than a thousand men in the care of mental health services are committing suicide every year, a report by The University of Manchester reveals.
Patients at a Trafford care home have been left feeling unsafe as they are treated by ‘strangers’ and given incorrect doses of their medicine, a Care Quality Commission report reveals.
Alexandra Nursery School for under 3s in Daubhill were branded with a ‘major improvement necessary’ stamp by the Food Standards Agency following their visit earlier this year.
Care for the elderly in Greater Manchester receives the second lowest level of funding in the UK, a recent report by the UKHCA has revealed.
Kanyiso Moyo was working on a night shift at the University Hospital of South Manchester in March 2013 when he climbed into an empty patient bed, on his break, and fell asleep.