THE Northern Care Alliance NHS Group welcomed health leaders from across the country today (5 June) to a conference at Salford Royal, where ideas and best practice were shared about how health care service providers can put an end to PJ Paralysis.
A team of volunteers based at North Manchester General Hospital has been named Macmillan’s Service Team of the Year for the North West.
On Wednesday 13th June (2 – 3 pm), The Northern Care Alliance Group will be hosting a free ‘talk and tour’ of the Oasis Dementia Unit at Rochdale Infirmary. The event will be an opportunity for staff, public and our Trust to speak with staff and patients to learn more about the condition and how to cope with it.
THE Northern Care Alliance will be hosting a free talk on Urgent Care at Rochdale Infirmary on Tuesday 29 May 2018.
THE Northern Care Alliance has been shortlisted for three awards in the first ever Greater Manchester Health and Care Champion Awards.
PATIENTS at five hospitals in Greater Manchester are being encouraged and supported to get out of bed, put on some clothes and become active in order to aid their recovery time following a stay in hospital.
SIX teams from across the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group have been shortlisted in the Health Service Journal’s annual Patient Safety Awards.
THE Royal Oldham Hospital gynaecology Macmillan nurses will be spreading the word about the symptoms of ovarian cancer for Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month this March.
On Tuesday 13th February 2018, The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust will be hosting a free talk for the public and members on the way ward staff are embracing the national ‘End PJ paralysis/Last 1000 days’ initiative to help patients recover quicker, regain their independence and to help patients return to normal routines for discharge out of hospital.
Kind-hearted staff at Rochdale Infirmary hosted their annual festive homeless event in December.
“Like many hospitals across the region and the country our emergency and urgent care services are extremely busy and currently under significant pressure with increased demand on services and many patients needing to be admitted.
DOCTORS and nurses from Rochdale Infirmary are asking people to think carefully and to consider which health service to use this winter as the number of people attending the Urgent Care Centre (UCC) is increasing significantly due to the cold weather and many people could instead self-care or get advice from their local pharmacy.