News archive from October 2012
Tongue-tie service will help babies feed

A new service to treat babies with tongue-tie will be launched at Tameside Hospital’s maternity unit from November.

25 October 2012
Midwives help mums-to-be with mental health problems

A new service developed by Tameside Hospital midwives to support mums-to-be with mental health wellbeing has been shortlisted for a national midwifery award.

25 October 2012
Nuclear medicine scoops top prize at hospital awards

An innovative scheme using radio isotopes to detect coronary artery disease has won a top award at Tameside Hospital.

22 October 2012
Pregnant mum with cancer thanks medics for saving her baby

A mother has thanked staff at Tameside Hospital for helping her deliver a healthy baby - despite learning she had breast cancer while 23 weeks’ pregnant.

18 October 2012
Care Package Offers Hope to Expectant Mothers

An obstetrics and gynaecology doctor at Tameside Hospital is implementing a pioneering initiative to identify and treat women at risk of going into premature labour or having mid-term pregnancy loss.

18 October 2012
Tracy goes above and beyond to become hospital’s Employee of the Year

A Tameside Hospital auxiliary nurse has beaten off stiff opposition to become the hospital’s Employee of the Year.

11 October 2012
Forget me not scheme helps dementia care

Tameside Hospital has implemented a new strategy for delivering high quality care for patients suffering from dementia.

11 October 2012
Young boy's selfless act offers hope to other children

A 10-year-old boy from Tameside who suffers from a rare illness has spoken of his desire to help other children.

04 October 2012
Award for surgical instruments is all sewn up

Tameside Hospital has won a major award after implementing an innovative scheme to cut the high costs of repairing surgical instruments.


04 October 2012