Posts Tagged ‘Lister hospital’

Hospital-acquired pressure ulcers at all time low

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

Hospital-acquired pressure ulcers – also known as bed sores – on the Trust’s inpatient wards are now at an all-time low. In 2010, pressure ulcers were reported at the rate of one nearly every day. Just seven years later, one occurs every two weeks (in 2017 there were just 31 cases reported across the whole […]

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Hospital-acquired pressure ulcers at all time low

Friday, February 2nd, 2018

Hospital-acquired pressure ulcers – also known as bed sores – on the Trust’s inpatient wards are now at an all-time low. In 2010, pressure ulcers were reported at the rate of one nearly every day. Just seven years later, one occurs every two weeks (in 2017 there were just 31 cases reported across the whole […]

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New Admiral Nurse provides additional dementia support to families

Thursday, January 18th, 2018

The Trust’s new Admiral Nurse, Hannah Gardner, is helping to provide additional support for patients with dementia and their families. The role, launched with support and funding from Dementia UK, has been created to help families and provide them with additional care and support, allowing them to live more positively with dementia – both in […]

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New Admiral Nurse provides additional dementia support to families

Thursday, January 18th, 2018

The Trust’s new Admiral Nurse, Hannah Gardner, is helping to provide additional support for patients with dementia and their families. The role, launched with support and funding from Dementia UK, has been created to help families and provide them with additional care and support, allowing them to live more positively with dementia – both in […]

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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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New service aims to keep frail older people out of hospital

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

A new service is now in place at the Lister hospital that means frail older people brought in to the hospital’s emergency department, frequently by ambulance, are now referred quickly for assessment by a specialist, consultant-led multidisciplinary team. In many cases, these individuals may not need to be admitted and with the right care put […]

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New service aims to keep frail older people out of hospital

Wednesday, December 6th, 2017

A new service is now in place at the Lister hospital that means frail older people brought in to the hospital’s emergency department, frequently by ambulance, are now referred quickly for assessment by a specialist, consultant-led multidisciplinary team.  

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Multiple pregnancy team rated exceptional by national charity

Monday, December 4th, 2017

The Lister’s multiple pregnancy team has been rated as ‘exceptional’ by the Twins and Multiple Births Association (TAMBA), a leading national twins and triplets charity. This follows an audit of the service earlier this year.  

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Multiple pregnancy team rated exceptional by national charity

Monday, December 4th, 2017

The Lister’s multiple pregnancy team has been rated as ‘exceptional’ by the Twins and Multiple Births Association (TAMBA), a leading national twins and triplets charity. This follows an audit of the service earlier this year. Clinical director for obstetrics, Jasmine Leonce, said: “This is a fantastic achievement and shows how well the service has improved […]

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