Communications apprentice Katie Claydon who works at Barnsley Hospital was thrilled to win a national award celebrating the achievements of non-medical staff in the NHS.
Barnsley Cancer Action Group are at the moment a small group of local people that have all been affected by cancer in some way and have all had different experiences, encountering good and bad care and communication. We want to use these experiences to work alongside Barnsley Hospital and the local Health Authorities and Agencies […]
Barnsley Hospital is one of the first health trusts in the country to sign up to The Rainbow Badge scheme. This is a way for NHS staff to show they are aware of issues that lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans (LGBT+) people face when accessing healthcare. The scheme started at Evelina London Children’s Hospital and […]
Ideally you should live or work in the Barnsley area or Yorkshire and Humber region and be willing to demonstrate a commitment to the wider Barnsley community as well as the Trust.
Zoë Clarke has been appointed as Lead Healthcare Scientist at Barnsley Hospital. Zoë, 41, is originally from the West Midlands but lives in Derby and has been based at Barnsley for the last 12 years. She works in the regional Assistive Technology (AT) Team which covers the whole of Yorkshire and the Humber. The team […]
Are the winter blues getting you down? Do you dream of that all inclusive? We’ve got just the thing for you! Come visit our Diversity & Inclusion Conference on Friday 15 February for a celebration of our work helping the Trust to be an inclusive employer and provider of outstanding integrated care. Anna Nelson from AccessAble […]
The NHS Long Term Plan is the national health service’s plan to make sure it is fit for the future.