The Friends of St Cross and University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire Trust Festive Befriending Initiative has been hailed as a success by patients, staff and volunteers from across the community.
The Friends of St Cross have received another fantastic donation from Coventry Building Society, thanks to the support and generosity of its members.
The Friends of St. Cross and UHCW NHS Trust are launching a joint appeal for volunteers to visit and befriend patients in the Hospital of St. Cross over the festive season.
A new specialist service in Rugby is helping to diagnose and treat the 20% or more of the adult population who suffer from sleep disorders.
Outpatient Hysteroscopy examinations are now being provided in Rugby thanks to an equipment donation from the Friends of St Cross.
A long serving volunteer has been given a fitting send off after helping to make a difference for more than a decade.
The Physiotherapy team, which is part of the world-leading Hip Preservation Service at St Cross, has taken delivery of a Shockwave unit.
It is with regret that the Friends of St cross report that Heather Green has sadly passed away.
We had lots of visitors to St Cross throughout December.
Members of the Rugby Philharmonic Choir and the Jaguar Land Rover Band were invited to meet in the Mayor’s Parlour to announce plans for the Gala Proms Charity Concert which will be held at 7pm in the Temple Speech Room on the 23rd February.
Could you spare a couple of hours to visit and cheer up someone at the Hospital of St Cross who will not be well enough to be discharged home before Christmas?
The team at Children’s Outpatients at the Hospital of St Cross were delighted to meet author Julia Fox and receive copies of her book Tim-Tim and the Sickly Monster.
At the Friends AGM, the team, based in the Owen Building at St Cross, celebrated the first anniversary of the Friend’s committing to support the Flexible Outpatient Cystoscopy Urogynaecology Service (FOCUS).
A new support donated to the surgical team at St Cross will help the service undertake even more procedures and improves the patient experience!
Children with autistic spectrum disorders and complex needs are benefiting from the latest donation of Paediatric toys from the Friends of St Cross.
A new support donated to the team who perform knee replacement surgery at St Cross will help the service undertake even more procedures and improves the patient experience!
Patients recovering from a stroke or brain injury can now benefit from specialist rehabilitation services at home thanks to a donation from the Friends of St Cross.
Thanks to the support and generosity of the many holders of savings accounts which support the Friends of St Cross, the Charity has received another massive donation from Coventry Building Society.
At the beginning of September 2017, members of the Hindu community approached the Friends of St Cross and offered to arrange for a team of 20 to 30 volunteers to clean or paint an area of the hospital over the last weekend of the month.
Another world class service run predominantly at the Hospital of St Cross has benefited from a donation from the Friends of St Cross.