Posts Tagged ‘January 2018’

Lister hospital is still very busy – please help us by keeping A&E free for genuine emergencies

Thursday, January 11th, 2018

The Lister hospital in Stevenage remains very busy, with the number of very sick patients needing to be admitted remaining high. Emergency department doctors are continuing to ask people not to go to A&E unless it’s a life or limb-threatening emergency, or if they have been advised to go there by a healthcare professional. People […]

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Diabetic eye screening team amongst best performers in England

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

The Trust’s diabetic eye screening team has been rated as one of the best performing services in England after taking part in Public Health England’s annual national audit. The audit looked at their performance between April 2016 and March 2017.

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Diabetic eye screening team amongst best performers in England

Tuesday, January 9th, 2018

The Trust’s diabetic eye screening team has been rated as one of the best performing services in England after taking part in Public Health England’s annual national audit. The audit looked at their performance between April 2016 and March 2017. Above: Patient attending their eye screening appointment The service, which sees patients locally at a […]

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Lister hospital under extreme pressure – please keep A&E free for genuine emergencies

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

The Lister hospital in Stevenage is under extreme pressure, due to the number of very sick patients needing to be admitted. Emergency department doctors are asking people not to go to A&E unless it’s a life or limb-threatening emergency, or if they have been advised to go there by a healthcare professional. People who have […]

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Lister hospital under extreme pressure – please keep A&E free for genuine emergencies

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

The Lister hospital in Stevenage is under extreme pressure, due to the number of very sick patients needing to be admitted.  Emergency department doctors are asking people not to go to A&E unless it’s a life or limb-threatening emergency, or if they have been advised to go there by a healthcare professional.

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Winter pressures update – outpatient appointments and planned surgery

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

Updated: 3 January 2018 As is the case across the NHS, the Trust’s hospitals are very busy at the moment due to winter pressures. The situation is being reviewed daily and whilst outpatient appointments should continue as normal, some planned surgery may need to be postponed.  The key messages for patients are: Outpatient appointments are […]

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New QEII gains first Purple Star for supporting patients with learning disabilities

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

The ambulatory care team at the New QEII hospital have received a Purple Star award from Hertfordshire County Council’s Health and Community Services People for their work in improving services for people with learning with learning disabilities. This follows the successful completion of a programme by the Community Learning Disability Service to help the team […]

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New QEII gains first Purple Star for supporting patients with learning disabilities

Thursday, January 4th, 2018

The ambulatory care team at the New QEII hospital have received a Purple Star award from Hertfordshire County Council’s Health and Community Services People for their work in improving services for people with learning with learning disabilities. This follows the successful completion of a programme by the Community Learning Disability Service to help the team […]

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