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     February 2017


One Stop Clinic opens
A new Urology One Stop Clinic was officially opened at Malton Community Hospital on 26 January 2017.

The new One Stop Clinic, which was officially opened by The Most Reverend & Right Honourable Dr. John Sentamu, Archbishop of York, is an enhanced service for all urology patients across the region, which allows fast access to diagnosis and treatment.

In contrast to traditional services, patients will only require one appointment and will leave the clinic with a treatment plan. Read More>>>
Wait times for autism assessments fall
Waiting times for children’s autism assessments in Scarborough and Ryedale have fallen to a welcome low.

In 2014/15 around 240 children were on the assessment waiting list, with parents typically having to wait almost a year for their child to be seen following a referral.  Read More>>>
Hospital shuttle bus trial to end
The hospital shuttle bus service between Scarborough and Bridlington has been withdrawn because not enough passengers are using it.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council stepped in to trial a replacement daily service between the hospitals in Bridlington and Scarborough in July last year, with a number of partners, including the Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), agreeing to underwrite any costs. Read More>>>
Energy Centre for Scarborough
Thursday 23 March marks NHS Sustainability Day, the perfect occasion to celebrate the offical opening of the refurbished Energy Centre at Scarborough Hospital.

As an exclusive event for our members we are offering a trip around the new Energy Centre on Sustainability Day, which will give members a unique opportunity to learn more about the Trust's sustainability plans.

Watch out for your invitation which will be sent soon.

  Diary Dates  

Board of Directors

29 March 2017
York Hospital Boardroom
1.00pm start
31 May 2017
York Hospital Boardroom
10.45am start
Council of Governors

9 March 2017
Malton Rugby Club
15 June 2017
Malton Rugby Club
News in Brief

Open board meetings in 2017

Six of the Trust’s board meetings will be held in public in 2017, which means that members of the public, including governors and staff, are welcome to attend. Attending a Board Meeting as an observer is a great opportunity to understand how the Trust is led by the directors and how important matters are discussed and decisions made. To see how it works, what is discussed and how decisions are made check out the Trust website for the dates in the year ahead.