Latest James Cook University Hospital Stories

2011-08-31 11:27:46

A simple finger prick test during routine eye examinations at high street opticians could help to identify millions of people with previously undiagnosed Type 2 diabetes.

2008-09-30 09:00:59

URGENT and emergency care on Teesside has been rated among the best in the country. Independent watchdog the Healthcare Commission published a major review of 152 primary care trusts (PCTs) in England, and Teesside came out on top.

2008-09-22 09:00:58

By Philippa Weighell HEALTH chiefs have given assurances to residents over the future of care in part of the region.

2008-09-10 21:00:26

By Mark Branagan The concerns about healthcare provision, especially in the remote communities of North Yorkshire, will come under the spotlight at the next meeting of the county council's scrutiny of health committee on Friday.Top of the agenda will be the public consultations on a Government White Paper setting out proposals for expanding high- quality pharmaceutical services and developing the role of pharmacists as a leading clinical profession within primary care.North Yorkshire has a...

2008-08-19 09:01:12

A GIRL suffered head injuries and a man needed surgery after two separate road crashes on Teesside. Police appealed today for witnesses to the incidents, which left a 27-year-old man needing surgery to his arm and a 17-year-old girl requiring hospital treatment.

2008-07-30 09:01:27

A STONE cutting ceremony officially marked the beginning of construction of a new Teesside hospital. Roseberry Park in Middlesbrough is a pounds 74m development just down the road from James Cook University Hospital.

2008-07-02 09:01:02

PATIENTS are being given the chance to eat their meals in peace in a bid to boost their health. James Cook University Hospital has launched a protected meal times scheme banning unnecessary interruptions at mealtimes.

Word of the Day
  • An uxorious, effeminate, or spiritless man.
  • A timorous, cowardly fellow.
Probably a blend of meek and cock, or from meek +‎ -ock (“diminutive suffix”).