Name sought for new hospital

Tees Valley Treatment Centre have been in search of a name for the new multi-million pound facility.

Tees Valley Treatment Centre, in Middlesbrough invited patients, staff and the local community from across Tees Valley to come up with a name for the new hospital set to open later this year.

The Treatment Centre which is currently being built on the grounds of the Acklam Hall Estate in Middlesbrough launched a competition for people to name the new hospital.

The prize for the winning entry is afternoon tea for two with Prosecco at Acklam Hall, Middlesbrough’s only Grade 1 listed building.

The name can be no more than four words long and the deadline for entries was on Friday 17th February 2017.

The Treatment Centre have had over 70 submissions and are currently reviewing all entries before deciding on a winning entry.

Earlier this month the Treatment Centre was featured in the local newspapers – The Northern Echo and The Gazette and local radio stations - BBC Tees and Middlesbrough’s local Community Voice Radio Station, CVFM.

Here is a snippet of Donna Thornton, General Manager of Tees Valley Treatment Centre on Middlesbrough’s CVFM.

To listen to the clip please click the following link:



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