Below are a selection of videos which provide information about the Trust's vision and healthcare services.
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Royal Hallamshire baby unit's 'miracles of science'
Nearly 2,000 children have been born thanks to the work of the unit at the Jessop wing of the Royal Hallamshire Hospital in Sheffield. BBC Look North's Penny Bustin met some of the children who owe their lives to the unit. Click here to watch the clip.
MP has nothing but praise for hospital
Let them Live
An insight into the fantastic work the Teenage Cancer Unit does at the Royal Hallamshire Hospital. Click here to watch the clip.
Epilepsy op 'life changing'
Cheryl Jasper from Sheffield says brain surgery has stopped her epileptic seizures and changed her life. To view the video click here.
Asbestos-related illness rising
Trade unions and other campaigners are worried about asbestos and the damage it is still causing. They have called for a survey of the asbestos contained in every public building. John Edwards, a chest consultant at the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield, discusses if there is any need to be worried. To view the video click here.
Leading the way with camera pills
Sheffield's Hallamshire Hospital is leading Europe in the use of camera pills, which have proved very popular with patients. To view the video click here.
Brain scan pioneered in city
A South Yorkshire hospital pioneers the use of a new type of brain scanner. To view the video click here.
Eminent cancer specialist retires
Professor Barry Hancock, a cancer specialist at Weston Park Hospital in Sheffield, is to leave the NHS after 40 years. To view the video click here.