Press Release Archive
THE Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust, which runs maternity units at The Royal Oldham Hospital and North Manchester General, is investing £340,000 on new electronic fetal monitoring equipment as part of its Improvement Plan for supporting staff across its maternity services.
A CHEQUE for £1,370 has been presented to Consultant Neonatologist Natasha Maddock this week on the Neonatal Unit at The Royal Oldham Hospital, as a special ‘thank you’ from premature twins Lilly and Millie who were treated on the unit.
A SIGNIFICANT investment of over £1.5m made by The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is helping to support staff and strengthen maternity services at The Royal Oldham Hospital and North Manchester General Hospital.
REPRESENTATIVES from the UNITE union’s Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust branch have thrown a special Christmas party for poorly children at The Royal Oldham Hospital’s Children’s Department.
PLANNING permission for a brand new purpose-built 24 bed community Intermediate Care Unit situated in the grounds at North Manchester General Hospital, which will help ease bed blocking and support elderly patients being discharged from hospital, has now been approved by the city council.
ON Tuesday 20th December 2016, the general public will be given the opportunity to attend a free talk about the Mortuary Service and a virtual tour at The Royal Oldham Hospital.
STAFF who work in the High Dependency Unit (HDU) at Fairfield General Hospital in Bury were among a number of outstanding individuals and teams to receive an award and recognition at The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust’s seventh annual staff awards event.
HEART failure specialist nurse Anne Sharrocks was one of a group of outstanding staff who work at The Royal Oldham Hospital across different services to have successfully scooped a number of top awards at The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust’s 7th annual staff awards.
A CONSULTANT in critical care, a midwife, a district nurse, a volunteer and the Home Intravenous Therapy Team from North Manchester General Hospital and community services, have received top awards at The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust’s 7th annual Staff Awards.
A CONSULTANT ophthalmologist and clinical director based at Rochdale Infirmary, who has been described as being “a consultant like no other”, has been named Doctor of the Year Award at The Pennine Acute Hospital NHS Trust’s 7th annual staff awards event.
A NATIONAL surge in reported cases of the winter vomiting bug, known as Norovirus, has prompted hospitals run by The Pennine Acute Hospitals Trust to support the advice by Public Health England and prepare its own doctors and nurses for a potential local surge in the run up to Christmas.
CONSTRUCTION has officially commenced on a new £600,000 state of the art Simulation and Clinical Skills Centre built in the grounds of The Royal Oldham Hospital that will open for use in February 2017