Archive for February, 2014

Parents open medical research centre in memory of their son

Friday, February 28th, 2014

When Sue Williams and Dave Haynes from Letchworth lost their son, Lee, to kidney disease in 2005 they vowed to keep his memory alive. They worked tirelessly to raise £55,000 to establish a new facility at the Lister hospital, the Lee Haynes Research Institute, which will make it easier for medical staff to carry out vital clinical research. The […]

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Parents open medical research centre in memory of their son

Friday, February 28th, 2014

When Sue Williams and Dave Haynes from Letchworth lost their son, Lee, to kidney disease in 2005 they vowed to keep his memory alive. They worked tirelessly to raise £55,000 to establish a new facility at the Lister hospital in Stevenage, the Lee Haynes Research Institute, which will make it easier for medical staff to carry out vital clinical […]

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Embroiderers bring delight to hospital chapel visitors

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

The Hertfordshire Embroiderer’s Guild, based in St Albans, is a friendly group of like-minded needlewomen. After some of their members received wonderful NHS care for themselves and their families, they decided to turn their needles to producing something beautiful for the Lister hospital. Caroline Walford, from the Guild, said, ‘Many of our members have contributed […]

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Embroiderers bring delight to hospital chapel visitors

Wednesday, February 19th, 2014

The Hertfordshire Embroiderer’s Guild, based in St Albans, is a friendly group of like-minded needlewomen.  After some of their members received wonderful NHS care for themselves and their families, they decided to turn their needles to producing something beautiful for the Lister hospital.

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Harlow’s MP officially opens town’s first ever renal dialysis service

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Local Harlow MP, Robert Halfon, was the guest of honour to mark the official opening on 31 January of the new renal dialysis satellite service, run by the Trust from a £1.5 million facility that was created with its specialist partner Diaverum UK in Harlow. The new unit, which is located on the Princess Alexandra […]

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Harlow’s MP officially opens town’s first ever renal dialysis service

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Robert Halfon MP is the Trust’s guest of honour, as he joins staff and renal dialysis patients in marking the unit’s official opening.

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