Press Release Archive
DOCTORS working in the A&E department at Fairfield General Hospital have seen the number of attendances soar over the weekend and are encouraging people to stay away from A&E unless it is an emergency.
A&E department doctors working at The Royal Oldham Hospital have seen the number of attendances soar to record levels this month and are encouraging people to stay away from A&E unless it is an emergency.
NEW mums who choose to breastfeed their babies after having giving birth at The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust will now be supported by a lactation consultant.
A PERSISTENT pain specialist physiotherapist from the Trust has been awarded a much sought after Clinical Lectureship from Health Education England (HEE) and the National Institute for Health Research (NIHR).
ON Friday 12th February 2016, The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust will be hosting a free talk for the public to be held at Rochdale Infirmary with Paula Bithell, nurse consultant in cardiology.
THE general public are being advised to only come to hospital if they have an appointment or if it is an emergency on Tuesday 12 January, which is a day of national strike action by junior doctors.
The doctor and terminally ill cancer patient from Leeds famous for setting up the Hello My Name Is campaign has visited Fairfield General Hospital in Bury to speak to healthcare cadets.
A NEW dedicated quality matron for medicine has been appointed at The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust as part of the Trust’s focus on driving up quality and improving care standards across its hospitals and community services.
PODIATRY staff at Fairfield General Hospital in Bury are holding a free event for the public about the importance of podiatry, which can improve foot function, reduce pain and keep people mobile.