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There are many ways to support the vital work of our very own NHS charity QE charitable funds.

North East urged to ACT FAST

1 in 4 people would fail to call 999 when witnessing first signs of a stroke.

Two leading trusts are working lean nationally

Two of the leading health organisations in the country have signed up to a new joint venture and are working together to help the NHS become more efficient and provide better patient care nationally.

Change of scenery for hospital patients

Patients at a Gateshead hospital are enjoying a change of scenery thanks to kind donations to the QE Charitable Funds, the official charity of QE Gateshead.

Join the world’s biggest half marathon

Great North Runners

Looking for a challenge in 2017? 

We would be delighted if you joined Team QE and did the Great North Run for us.

Smoothie bar is a sweet success for patients

Dietitians on the ward

QE Gateshead's Nutrition and Dietetics team has pioneered a delicious new way to help patients get the nutrients they need as well as helping them to stay mobile during their hospital stay.

QE Facilities shortlisted for awards

HSJ value in healthcare awards logo

QE Facilities, the company that provides estates and facilities services to QE Gateshead, has been shortlisted for two national awards.

Region’s first paramedic coordinator appointed

QE Gateshead has joined forces with the North East Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NEAS) to help improve patient flow, ambulance delays and turnaround times in the hospital’s Emergency Care Centre.

Patient notice: Ambulatory care unit moving

The ambulatory care unit will be relocating to a different area of the hospital from tomorrow morning (13 January).

The unit will be moving from the current location on level 4 of the Emergency Care Centre to a new home in the Jubilee Day Hospital.

Think GP or Pharmacy before A&E this winter

NHS England is urging people in the North East to see a pharmacist or make an appointment to see a GP for non-emergency health issues, over the Christmas and New Year period.

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