Latest University Hospital of North Staffordshire Stories
A two-year-old Staffordshire girl has undergone blood tests after pricking her finger with a dirty needle she found on a health centre floor, her parents said yesterday.
By dave blackhurst Two MPs are calling for action following complaints about food at a hospital since its catering contract was privatised.
New mum Jean Sloane-Bulger is having her head shaved as a thank- you to the hospital which saved her baby's life. Mrs Sloane-Bulger, aged 39, almost died after giving birth to son Ethan 11 weeks early in January.
By LAURA NAYLOR Thirty-one dedicated hospital staff who have built up 900 years of service between them were honoured at a celebration.
The North Staffordshire Royal Infirmary began life as a voluntary hospital, which lasted until the National Health Service arrived in 1948.
By dave Blackhurst A Team of psychologists will be drafted in to the region's biggest hospital to find why staff are so stressed at work.
By DAVE BLACKHURST Two doctors today said they can now concentrate on caring for patients after the shadow of 11 years of allegations has been lifted from their careers.