News archive from August 2013
MEET THE MIDWIFE

Tameside Hospital’s Maternity Department is holding an open day to let local people know more about the work of its multi-award winning team.

21 August 2013
GETTING THE MASSAGE OUT THERE

Money raised from a complementary therapy service for staff at Tameside will ploughed in to funding a service for cancer patients.

21 August 2013
BOWEL CANCER OP A SUCCESS FOR 93-YEAR-OLD GREAT-GRANDMOTHER

A 93 year old woman who underwent an operation for bowel cancer has thanked staff at Tameside Hospital for giving her back the strength to spend quality time with her five great-grandchildren.

13 August 2013
CHARITY FOOTBALL FIXTURE

It promises to be the football grudge match of the season but if things get dirty and any limbs get broken at least the players know where to go for an x-ray.

13 August 2013
TEAM DIAGNOSES AND TREATS RARE GENETIC CONDITION

The mother of a baby born with an extremely rare skin condition which was fatal until as recently as the 1970s has thanked staff at Tameside Hospital for successfully diagnosing and treating her daughter.

13 August 2013
RADIOGRAPHER BIDS FAREWELL TO HER WORK FAMILY

A senior radiographer has retired after almost 36 years working at Tameside Hospital.

06 August 2013
MENTORING MIDWIVES HELP STUDENTS FULFILL THEIR POTENTIAL

Midwives of the future have given the standard of mentoring at Tameside Hospital’s Maternity Department the thumbs up as it won two awards.

06 August 2013
‘WE WANT TO LISTEN AND LEARN’

Tameside Hospital is launching the biggest ever listening exercise in its history.

01 August 2013