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Barnsley Hospital Wins Bid To Improve Maternity Unit

Monday January 28 2013


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BARNSLEY Hospital has been awarded £748,482 in funding from the Department of Health to improve facilities on the maternity unit.

This will allow the layout of the labour suite to be radically transformed.

Barnsley Hospital was one of three South Yorkshire hospitals awarded a share of a £25million fund to improve and upgrade maternity units across the country - and it's received the maximum amount of funding available to any one trust.

Chief Nurse Heather McNair said: “We are very pleased to have been awarded the full amount of funding available to us.''

Sue Gibson, the hospital’s head of midwifery and all her team worked extremely hard on the bid to ensure that Barnsley families could have the best birthing experience possible.

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Reply Posted by Lyndsay on Monday January 28 2013 at 14:06
Well done to the team at the hospital, itll be a great boost for the wards, staff and patients attending the maternity services

Reply Posted by samantha on Monday January 28 2013 at 14:34
well done to the hospital and maternity unit i had all three of my children in barnsley hospital and i can say whole heartedly i have never had one bad experiance with them so i am really happy for them well done ladies and gents

Reply Posted by donna on Monday January 28 2013 at 17:19
well dun barnsley xxx wish i was havin more kids nar :))) lol kiddin xx but well dun for real x