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Speak Out Safely Campaign
NHS Norwich Clinical Commissioning Group and the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital have jointly signed up to the Nursing Time’s Speak Out Safely campaign.
Click on the logo for details.
Over 60,000 newborn babies screened for hearing loss
Over the last ten years, 60,000 newborn babies have been screened for hearing loss by the Newborn Hearing Screening Service at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
Free Summer Concert at Hospital Chapel
A concert of Renaissance and Baroque music is being organised by one of Norfolks harpsichord players Mark Moorhouse on Wednesday 15 July from 12 (noon). The concert is free to attend and people are asked to stay to enjoy the music for a few minutes or stay for the entire performance. It is an opportunity to hear a unique instrument played in a wonderful setting.
NNUH deploys successful service personnel re-employment programme
A cross sector partnership has led to a successful pilot project with the specific aim of facilitating the transition of service leavers from the military into civilian employment within the NHS. After a successful pilot at the Norfolk & Norwich (NNUH), the hospital is now working with five other NHS hospitals around the UK to establish a total of six regional networks.
1940's hangar Dance Charities
Our Little Friends 1940s Hangar Dance with the Jonathan Wyatt Band
Free Harpsichord Concert Other
Free Harpsichord Concert
Wednesday 15 July (noon)
NNUH Chapel Level 1 Centre Block
NNUH Bike Ride 2015 Other
This year's NNUH Bike Ride takes place on 6th September 2015.
Bowel Cancer Support group Other
September meeting of the Bowel Cancer Support Group.
The group meet on 4 Mondays of the year between 2-4pm in the Benjamin Gooch Hall at the NNUH.