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Dr Salim Shafeek who is the Clinical Director of Haematology and Oncology at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, was recently diagnosed with myeloma, and is receiving treatment at the Centre for Clinical Haematology at Birmingham's Queen Elizabeth Hospital.
Friends and family were invited to Worcestershire Royal Hospital where the coronary care team organised the nuptials, including flowers and balloons.
But they ended up tying the knot at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.
He said treatment would have been "instituted immediately" after a blood test at Worcestershire Royal Hospital.
a[umlaut]a[umlaut]Wife Anna, 38, said the drive up to the Worcestershire Royal Hospital was the 'hardest of her life', and left the family badly shaken.
She was rushed to Worcestershire Royal Hospital, where she was on home leave from a psychiatric ward, following the overdose on February 15 last year.
The Trust, which runs the Worcestershire Royal Hospital in Worcester and the Alexandra Hospital in Redditch, has now cleared the backlog, but is now facing fresh claims over
Peacefully at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, aged 91 years.
Peacefully in Worcestershire Royal Hospital, on 5th October, aged 39 years, Austin, dearly loved son of Joe, a much loved brother of Adrian, Sarah, Tina and Simon, a loving brotherin-law, uncle and nephew.
An ambulance service spokesman said Worcestershire Royal Hospital was pre-alerted to the arrival of the man with chest injuries.
He is now being cared for by children's nurses at Worcestershire Royal Hospital, who say he is healthy and looks as though he was born to term.