Monthly Archives: June 2013

Phil Morley’s Superman Video: What Staff, Patients and the Public Think.

Following the media storm surrounding HEY Hospital Trust Phil Morley’s Super Man YouTube video which produced intense interest from the tabloid press, as well as BBC Look North, ITV Calendar and the Hull Daily Mail, we have collated some of the comments from health workers, patients and the public. Bear in mind this latest controversy […]

Phil Morley YouTube Video: “Crass and Insensitive”. Our Press Release

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p7JIYJldsfk  Health campaigners were left, “stunned and incredulous” after Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust CEO Phil Morley was seen on YouTube, dressed in a Superman costume and exhorting Trust workers to practice chair exercises and part of a workout at work initiative. “The video itself could be seen as a bit of harmless fun, […]

“Celebration of the NHS” Church service. 5th July Holy Trinity 1530

On behalf of the Rev Eve Rose (UNISON) I am sure you are aware that on Friday 5th July the National Health Service is 65 years old. These days the NHS is rarely out of the news and the stories are not always good. There is, however, still a lot to celebrate and for all its […]

Press Release: Tories Plan to Charge Patients to See the Family Doctor

Local Health campaigners reacted with “shock and dismay” to reports that the senior partner in the coalition government is considering proposals to limit the number of consultations without charge that patients can have with their family doctor to three a year. Senior Conservative Party policy makers have asked their activists to decide whether unlimited appointments […]