An abdominoplasty, or as its more commonly known, a tummy tuck, is a popular procedure which aims to improve the shape of the abdomen.The surgery involves removing fat and excess skin around the stomach which can’t be achieved through exercise.
As part of our commitment to supporting the community and improving the health and wellbeing of those who live locally to our hospitals, we are proud to support a number of charities.
As the 2017 cycling season looms, the HMT Cycling Team are preparing for what is expected to be another exciting year and have recently unveiled their new team.
Brocklesby Point-to-Point is the most exciting armature horse racing event in North Lincolnshire and you could win tickets with HMT St Hugh’s, read more on how to enter this exciting competition.
We support a number of different programmes which benefits the local community, ST Hughs in Grimsby is supporting an important local initiative started by the local Madam Mayor.
National Sugar Awareness Week falls on the 16 – 20th January and aims to raise awareness around the amount of sugar we all consume, discover how sugar affects your health.
Obesity Awareness Week is an annual awareness week which takes place from the 9-15th January 2017. The campaign, JanUary, aims to create awareness around the health issue of obesity and encourages people to look after themselves.
A bone fracture is a medical term for a bone breakage, the average number of breaks throughout someone lifetime is two, our bones have a certain level of bend in them but if they are put under too much pressure, they may snap, resulting in a bone breakage.
Alcohol Concern’s Dry January has been running for five years now and last year one in six people in the UK took part. Many people enjoy a drink or two without any problems, but binge drinking and long-term heavy drinking can be very dangerous and problematic.