Posts Tagged ‘renal’

More Trust renal patients receiving transplants than ever before – Scott and Vicki’s story

Monday, March 26th, 2018

In May 2014, Barton-le-Clay resident Scott Morgan began to experience painful cramps all over his body after playing football one afternoon. He knew something wasn’t right and booked an appointment to see his GP. A day later, he was brought into hospital after blood tests revealed that he was in the early stages of kidney […]

Read more

More Trust renal patients receiving transplants than ever before

Monday, March 26th, 2018

Nearly 80 renal patients were put forward for a transplant last year and received new kidneys at one of the Trusts three transplant providers, an 18% increase on the previous year.  

Read more

More Trust renal patients receiving transplants than ever before

Monday, March 26th, 2018

Nearly 80 renal patients were put forward for a transplant last year and received new kidneys at one of the Trusts three transplant providers, an 18% increase on the previous year.   Above: The Trust’s transplant team with Dr Sarah Fluck (second left) Speaking about the team’s performance, the Trust’s clinical lead for renal transplantation, […]

Read more

New renal peer support role is a first in the East of England

Friday, August 4th, 2017

Renal patient Dom Willison has joined the Trust in a new role to provide one-to-one support for people going through dialysis treatment at the Trust’s renal units. It’s the first time that a renal patient has been recruited into this role in the East of England.

Read more

New renal peer support role is a first in the East of England

Friday, August 4th, 2017

Renal patient Dom Willison has joined the Trust in a new role to provide one-to-one support for people going through dialysis treatment at the Trust’s renal units. It’s the first time that a renal patient has been recruited into this role in the East of England. The peer support facilitator role, which has been funded […]

Read more

Harlow’s MP officially opens town’s first ever renal dialysis service

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Local Harlow MP, Robert Halfon, was the guest of honour to mark the official opening on 31 January of the new renal dialysis satellite service, run by the Trust from a £1.5 million facility that was created with its specialist partner Diaverum UK in Harlow. The new unit, which is located on the Princess Alexandra […]

Read more

Harlow’s MP officially opens town’s first ever renal dialysis service

Tuesday, February 4th, 2014

Robert Halfon MP is the Trust’s guest of honour, as he joins staff and renal dialysis patients in marking the unit’s official opening.

Read more

Renal unit opened by mayor of Bedford

Thursday, September 12th, 2013

The Trust’s new £1.5 million renal dialysis unit in Bedford was officially opened by the town’s Mayor, Mr Dave Hodgson on Wednesday 11 September 2013.

Read more

Harlow’s new £1.5 million renal dialysis unit treats first patients

Tuesday, August 20th, 2013

Patients from East Hertfordshire and West Essex have started to be treated at a new £1.5 million renal dialysis unit that the Trust has created with its specialist partner Diaverum UK in Harlow. The new unit, which is located on the Princess Alexandra Hospital site, has 12 dialysis stations. The new unit will be able […]

Read more

Follow Us

Find us on Facebook
Find us on YouTube
Follow us on Twitter