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.
We are very excited to announce our new partnership with University of the West of Scotland. The research will focus on improving the care and well-being of dementia patients in a care home setting.
This year, Mental Health Awareness Week (11-17th May) focuses on mindfulness. A mental practise that can help a person take control of their thoughts and feelings. We here at HMT St Hugh’s Hospital are therefore providing informative information on mindfulness to help you take control of a mental health problem. What is Mindfulness? Mental health […]
One in 500 people in the UK alone are living with Parkinson’s Disease (PD). That’s 127,000 people affected by the condition across the country. Monday 20th to Saturday 25th April is Parkinson’s Awareness Week, which is why we here at HMT are offering informative facts on the symptoms, causes and treatments available. What is Parkinson’s […]
As April is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month (BCAM), HMT is offering informative information to help people spot the causes and symptoms of the condition, and to learn more about the tests and treatments available. What is Bowel Cancer? Bowel cancer is a broad term for cancer found in the large intestine. Depending on the cancer’s […]
Did you know three quarters of women are diagnosed with ovarian cancer once the disease has already spread? Awareness is therefore essential to stop the biggest gynaecological killer of women in the UK. As it is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, HMT St Hugh’s Hospital is providing informative information about the disease, it’s symptoms and the […]
Congenital Heart Disease Week has been launched to help raise awareness of the variety of heart problems that can be developed in the womb. The heart condition can affect infants, children and adults, and many people may not know they have a heart defect. The following story therefore highlights how life-changing the condition can be, […]
At one time or another every healthcare provider will have to face the potentially daunting task of refurbishing its existing facilities. Maintaining modern clinical workspaces allows hospitals to offer the highest standard of patient care. Conversely the refurbishment of theatre or ward space can result in a loss of operating capability or bed space for […]
St. Hugh’s Hospital is different – not only is it Grimsby’s very own independent private hospital but it differs to others in the area because it is owned and managed by HMT, a charitable organisation. HMT has recently changed its ‘H’ for Hospital to ‘H’ for Healthcare Management Trust. It seemed more appropriate given the […]