Archive for November, 2014

Hospital celebrates long serving staff and volunteers

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Last Friday, staff and volunteers from the Lister, QEII and Hertford County hospitals, and the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, celebrated those staff who have worked for the Trust for more than 25 years.  There were also two very special volunteers who have been lending a helping hand for more than 20 years each.  Staff and […]

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Hospital celebrates long serving staff and volunteers

Monday, November 24th, 2014

Last Friday, staff and volunteers from the Lister, QEII and Hertford County hospitals, and the Mount Vernon Cancer Centre, celebrated those staff who have worked for the Trust for more than 25 years.  There were also two very special volunteers who have been lending a helping hand for more than 20 years each.  Staff and […]

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Trust teams up with Stevenage Library to promote child health

Monday, November 10th, 2014

The Trust’s child development centre team is working in partnership with Stevenage Library to inform and educate local people – especially those with or caring for children and young people – about child health and development. An information stand is now in the children’s section at the library until mid-November. And on Friday, 14 November, […]

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Trust teams up with Stevenage Library to promote child health

Monday, November 10th, 2014

The Trust’s child development centre team is working in partnership with Stevenage Library to inform and educate local people – especially those with or caring for children and young people – about child health and development. An information stand is now in the children’s section at the library until mid-November. And on Friday, 14 November, […]

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Trust teams up with Stevenage Library to promote child health

Monday, November 10th, 2014

The Trust’s child development centre team is working in partnership with Stevenage Library to inform and educate local people – especially those with or caring for children and young people – about child health and development.  An information stand is now in the children’s section at the library until mid-November.  And on Friday, 14 November, […]

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Trust’s diabetes team wins national 2014 Quality in Care award

Monday, November 10th, 2014

Following the Trust’s diabetes team becoming the first in the UK to provide a seven-day-a-week diabetes outreach team consisting of both specialist doctors and nurses, this achievement – which had brought real benefits to the care of hospital patients – recently won one of the prestigious national Quality in Care Diabetes awards.  The award, which […]

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Trust’s diabetes team wins national 2014 Quality in Care award

Monday, November 10th, 2014

Following the Trust’s diabetes team becoming the first in the UK to provide a seven-day-a-week diabetes outreach team consisting of both specialist doctors and nurses, this achievement – which had brought real benefits to the care of hospital patients – recently won one of the prestigious national Quality in Care Diabetes awards.  The award, which […]

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Coping with diabetes as a teenager – Libby’s story

Friday, November 7th, 2014

When Libby Morter was six and on a family holiday in Orlando, Florida in late July 2008, her parents – Simon and  Caroline – became worried about her. She was drinking a lot of water and going to the toilet a great deal, especially  through the night. Libby’s mood was also poor. Initially Simon and […]

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National review places new Trust diabetes service in top five in the country

Friday, November 7th, 2014

The results of a national peer review audit published recently shows that the Trust’s dedicated diabetes service for children and young people is the fourth best in the country out of 147 NHS organisations across the country – and the best in the East of England.  The national audit, which was carried out on behalf […]

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National review places new Trust diabetes service in top five in the country

Friday, November 7th, 2014

The results of a national peer review audit published recently shows that the Trust’s dedicated diabetes service for children and young people is the fourth best in the country out of 147 NHS organisations across the country – and the best in the East of England. The national audit, which was carried out on behalf […]

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