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Local author donates books
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.
FOCUS service success reported at the AGM
The team reported on the success of the new service based at St Cross.
Click here to read more about this and a commitment to another new service for St Cross.
The Mayor attends the Friends AGM
The Mayor of Rugby presented a "Simple Thank You" certificate at the AGM
Click here to read a report on the meeting.
Friends help with therapy play at the Orchard Centre
Children with autistic spectrum disorders and complex needs are benefiting from the latest donation of Paediatric toys from the Friends of St Cross.
Theatre service at St Cross expands
A new support donated to the surgical team at St Cross will help the service undertake even more procedures and improves the patient experience!
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Community Therapists offer a new service
Patients recovering from a stroke or brain injury can now benefit from specialist rehabilitation services at home.
Coventry Building Society savers support the Friends
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.
More scopes for Hip Preservation service
Another world class service based predominantly at the Hospital of St Cross has benefited from a donation from the Friends of St Cross.
Bingo fun at St Cross
Patients in the Ash Dialysis Unit at St Cross are now enjoying Bingo sessions thanks to one of the recent donations from the Friends.
New hi-tech monitors helps diabetes patients
Two new glucose level monitors are helping the team at the St Cross to develop treatment plans for patients whose blood glucose levels fluctuate.
Murals brighten Oak and Mulberry Wards
Midlands based artist Lynne Hollingsworth has returned to the Hospital of St Cross to bring more colour into two wards at the hospital.
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