Russells Hall Hospital has recruited its first participants to the ground-breaking national 100,000 Genomes Project.
The initiative involves collecting and decoding 100,000 whole genomes – complete sets of people’s genes – from patients with certain rare diseases and their relatives, as well as those with some cancers.
The Dudley Group has welcomed its first ever canine recruit, Tim the guide dog, to the Trust.
German Shepherd Tim has taken up his role at Russells Hall Hospital to help Eye Clinic Liaison Officer Sue Thomas, who is registered blind, in her day-to-day work.
The Mayor of Dudley, Councillor Mohammed Hanif, has visited Russells Hall Hospital to help raise awareness of dignity and explain what it means to him.
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The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust is pleased to announce that, upon the appointment of a substantive chief executive, Dr Paul Harrison, current acting CEO, will take on a new role as deputy chief executive and medical director.
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