As a Trust we recognise how important the provision of dedicated faith and prayer rooms are at our hospitals for our staff, patients, carers and visitors of all faiths.
‘The Perfect Week for Patients’ is part of a national initiative to improve the quality of care by solving the problems that can delay a patient’s journey from treatment to discharge.
DOCTORS and midwives working across maternity services at The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust have been invited to work with The Perinatal Institute on a national quality programme to help improve the detection and management of babies who are smaller than would normally be expected, and to reduce stillbirth rates and early neonatal death across the region.
VOLUNTEER Paul Ridley and The Floyd Unit Volunteer Team, have both won Volunteer of the Year awards at the Pennine Acute Trust’s second Volunteer Appreciation Event held last night (Tuesday 16th June).
MIDWIVES at The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust are celebrating the 17th national Breastfeeding Awareness Week with information stands and a special BrEaST bake-off.
PHYSIOTHERAPISTS from The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust will be hosting a free talk on ‘Managing Osteoarthritis in Adults’ on Wednesday 1st July 2015, from 2 – 3 pm, at the Education Centre, Fairfield General Hospital.
A TEAM of physiotherapists from Bury is stepping up to the plate to support National Work Out Day at Work Day (12 June 2015).
EIGHT years ago The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust started working with MedEquip4Kids, the children’s health charity that provides kids medical equipment and facilities for hospitals and community health teams.
A NEW mum from Shaw has been invited to take part in a civic event to raise the awareness of breastfeeding, thanks to a Mayoral visit to The Royal Oldham Hospital’s purpose built maternity unit.
Trust announces volunteers of the year for North Manchester General and Fairfield General Hospitals and honours Trust’s longest serving volunteer.
DOCTORS, nurses and healthcare professionals working across The Royal Oldham Hospital are getting ready for ‘The Perfect Week for Patients.’
The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust is inviting staff, patients, the public and its staff and public members to attend a free talk and presentation about services provided at The Christie at Oldham on Tuesday 16th June 2015, at 5.00 pm.
“HELLO, my name is …” Four simple words which immediately build a connection between a healthcare worker and a patient, and puts the patient at ease.