THE Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA) is a finalist in two categories in the national Patient Safety Awards.
A Lead Physiotherapist is inviting trust members, staff and the public to come to Fairfield General Hospital and find out more about the role of Physiotherapy, working with both inpatient and outpatient services, as part of a free talk on Wednesday 10 April, at Fairfield General Hospital.
Local residents are invited to Fairfield General Hospital for a free event to find out more about living healthier lifestyles by becoming sugar smart and increasing exercise.
A new organisation has been launched which aims to transform health and care services for people in the borough.
Local residents are invited to Fairfield General Hospital for a free event (16 April) to find out more about living healthier lifestyles by becoming sugar smart and increasing exercise.
Fairfield General's lead physiotherapist is inviting trust members, staff and the public to come to the hospital (10th April, 2-3pm) to find out more about the role of physiotherapy.
Greater Manchester members of the public and professionals are being invited to attend a free information event about Delirium, part of World Delirium Awareness Day on Wednesday 13 March, 10:00 – 15:00 at the Post-Graduate Centre, North Manchester General Hospital.
Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust has been given the go ahead to deliver an exciting new programme of digital health technology and electronic patient pathways by NHS England.
The flagpoles at Salford Royal, The Royal Oldham and Rochdale Infirmary and a bespoke staff designed notice board at North Manchester General Hospital are proudly displaying rainbow flags to help raise awareness of LBGT History Month this February, and to show the Northern Care Alliance’s (NCA) support for this important event.
The Group Committees in Common and Council of Governors at the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group have announced the appointment of Mr Raj Jain as its new Chief Executive.
A DOCTOR from Salford Royal Hospital is inviting Trust members, staff and the public to come to the hospital and find out more about Acute Kidney Injury (AKI), as part of a free talk on Tuesday 5 February, at Fairfield General Hospital in Bury.
ONE of largest Endoscopy Services in the country which operates Endoscopy units at The Royal Oldham Hospital, Fairfield General Hospital in Bury, North Manchester General Hospital and Rochdale Infirmary, treating thousands of patients every year, has achieved the top accreditation by the Joint Advisory Group on Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (JAG).
DOCTORS and nurses from the four local A&E departments and Urgent Care Centre (UCC) operated by the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA) are asking the public to think carefully and consider which health service to use, so they can help you stay well this winter, and keep free A&E for emergencies and those who are critically ill.
Nursing teams across the Northern Care Alliance are celebrating a scheme which has become the bedrock of their work to improve standards for patients over the past 10 years.
Health bosses are encouraging older people to sort their free flu jab and get protected well ahead of winter.
THE Northern Care Alliance NHS Group has been ranked number 25 in the Inclusive Top 50 UK Employers List in recognition of its continued dedication to workplace diversity.
Staff on Ward 11A are celebrating after achieving 13 green standards in the Nursing Assessment and Accreditation System (NAAS) - the best ratings since the NAAS scheme was established at Pennine Acute Trust in 2016.
The Diabetes Team at The Royal Oldham Hospital are celebrating after being awarded runners up position in this year’s Insulin Safety Week Excellence Awards 2018.
STAFF from hospitals, community and social care services in Salford, Oldham, Bury, Rochdale and North Manchester celebrated long into the night at the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group’s inaugural Staff Awards evening held on Friday 16 November 2018, at the Sheridan Suite, Manchester.
GROUP Chief Executive of the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group, Sir David Dalton, has today written to all staff across the organisation of his plan to retire from his post as Chief Executive on 31 March 2019.
The daughter of a cancer patient has visited Ward F11 at The Royal Oldham Hospital on the anniversary of her father’s death to thank ward staff for the care and treatment received by her father and to present staff with a cheque for an impressive £2640.93.