Trust leaders unveiled the number of covid patients being treated at one Teesside trust Covid is bringing pressure to a Teesside hospital with bosses saying patient numbers have risen again. Staff at North Tees and Hartlepool NHS trust were treating 73 covid patients on Wednesday. None were in intensive care but five were receiving ventilation.
A retired nurse says being hospitalised with Covid saved her life after a scan alerted medical staff to her aggressive cancer. Jan Dea, 61, is in remission now, but her consultant told her the cancer may otherwise not have been found until it was too late to save her.
A rescue operation involving a number of emergency services took place at Seaton Carew beach in Hartlepool after a woman fell unconscious by the rocks near Mainsforth Terrace. The incident occurred at around 3.20pm on Saturday, July 9 and involved teams from North East Ambulance Service (NEAS), the Coastguard and the fire service.
LIVE: Man arrested on suspicion of attempted murder as forensic officers probe several locations cordoned off in Stockton
A section of the car park at North Tees Hospital, the rear of Hardwick shops and some of Piper Knowle Road have all been taped off Multiple locations in Stockton have been taped off by police this morning with a large presence of officers. A section of the car park at The University Hospital of North Tees, the rear of Hardwick shops on Whessoe Road, and a portion of Piper Knowle Road have all been cordoned off.
‘Close eye’ on covid as health chief confirms cases are taking their toll on staffing at Teesside trust
Two new sub-variants of Omicron have been blamed for the big increase seen Rising covid cases are taking their toll on staffing at a Teesside hospital trust, a meeting has heard. Figures from the Office for National Statistics show infections are rising again across the UK - up 32% on the previous week with one in 30 people estimated to have it.
Sean is training for the challenge during work breaks, and gets plenty of strange looks from passers-by If you see a man with a fridge freezer on his back heading up Roseberry Topping, it will be Sean Alderson. The 45-year-old is to take on the quirky challenge - a 1,049 feet climb - to raise money for North Tees Hospital's special baby unit.
A decision on whether a crumbling Teesside hospital will be given £380m for a rebuild has been delayed. Last year North Tees and Hartlepool NHS Trust submitted a bid for a new facility to replace the University Hospital of North Tees in Stockton. A decision had been due to be made this spring.