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Patient Choice Awards - Nominations are now OPEN
Patients from across Norfolk can now nominate the health professional or hospital team who has gone the extra mile in providing their care at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital or Cromer Hospital. Click here to make your nomination.
Closing date 30th June 2013.
Bronze Medalist gets behind NNUH Cancer Appeal
Victoria Williamson, bronze medallist in the 2013 World Track Championships will be launching the Cambridge to Norwich bike ride in aid of the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (NNUH) Targeted Radiotherapy Appeal on Saturday 18th May at intu Chapelfield Shopping Centre.
NNUH Theatre team to run Race for Life
A team of 13 runners, from the Main Theatres Recovery at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (NNUH) are to run the Race for Life this Saturday 18th May to raise monies for Cancer Research UK.
Expansion of maternity unit at NNUH
Over the next few months the Delivery Suite at the NNUH will be refurbished as part of the hospitals regular programme of maintenance. The hospital has been successful in gaining £272,000 of funding from the Department of Health to improve the environment for patients and this resource will be used to create six additional bathrooms so that all birthing rooms will have en-suite facilities.
Dog Show Charities
A dog show which aims to be a family fun day out at Worstead Village Hall is happening on 19 May 2013 from 10am.
Swannington Manor Open Garden Other
Enjoy a wonderful afternoon visiting this lovely garden.
Dementia Awareness Week Social Event
Dementia Awareness Week is the Alzheimers Societys annual flagship awareness-raising campaign. It will take place from 19-25 May 2013 in England, Wales and Northern Ireland.The theme for this year's Dementia Awareness Week is 'TALKING'. During this week there will be activites and several displays in the East Atrium to show case how the healthcare teams support and develop services for patients with dementia their families and carers. There will be members of the teams during the week to talk to staff patients and visitors. Please contact us if you would like to be involved.
Dementia Awareness Postgraduate
During the National Dementia Awarenss Week 20th - 25th May 2013 there will be three Dementia Awareness Workshops. These sessions will available free for any staff and are kindly supported by the Norfolk and Suffolk Dementia Alliance and delivered by the expert service of the Dementia Academy. Each workshop is 75 minutes and is set out to assist us all in uderstanding and supporting dementia patients and their families.