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A& E helpers' SOS.

VOLUNTEERS are needed to help at one of the North East's busiest A& E departments. The James Cook University Hospital, in Middlesbrough, is a major trauma centre and saw about 100,000 patients last year. The staff are looking for enthusiastic, caring people with time to help on a regular basis.

Sister Margaret Golden said: "We're looking for people who could provide a little bit of extra help for patients - whether that's directing them through the department, making refreshments, giving information on waiting times or sitting with people until they are transferred to a ward." Volunteers must be over 18 and would have to undergo an occupational health check and Criminal Records Bureau check.

For application forms or more information, ring Sister Golden or Clinical Sister Sheila Hutchinson on (01642) 854226.
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Publication:Evening Chronicle (Newcastle, England)
Date:Jul 6, 2009
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