Press Release Archive
THE Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is trialling a new bedside pressure monitoring device which has the potential to significantly reduce the incidence of pressure ulcers (bed sores) in patients.
THE A&E department at The Royal Oldham Hospital is currently experiencing unprecedented high levels of demand and so to ensure patient safety staff are urging the public not to visit A&E unless they are critically ill, have been involved in an accident, or it’s an emergency and urgent care is needed.
ROCH Valley Hospital and Community Radio station is hosting a 48 hour non-stop broadcast to raise vital funds to keep the station on air.
A NORTH Manchester community nurse from The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust who works in integrated community services has been shortlisted for the Leadership Award in the RCNi Nurse Awards 2016.
THE Chair and Chief Executive, Jim Potter and Sir David Dalton, of Salford Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust are to provide leadership and support to Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust from 1 April 2016. Pennine Acute includes integrated community services and the 4 hospitals of Royal Oldham, Rochdale, Fairfield (Bury) and North Manchester.
PENNINE Acute doctors are urging people to stock up on their medicines and prescriptions before the Easter break and to help keep busy its hospital A&E departments free for those who really need urgent and emergency care.
A MIDWIFE from The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust who works on the postnatal ward at North Manchester General Hospital has won one of the UK’s top midwifery prizes.
MEMBERS of the public are being invited to attend a free health information talk about Dementia on Wednesday 6th April 2016, 2–3pm at the Education Centre, Fairfield General Hospital, Bury.
CHILDREN who attend the paediatric emergency department at North Manchester General Hospital will now have better access to the most suitable type of care for their teeth.
HOSPITAL appointments for patients attending hospitals run by The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust will go ahead as planned unless patients have been contacted directly and advised not to attend, during the national 48hr strike by junior doctors starting on Wednesday 9th March.