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Rutland hospice will offer day care to vulnerable

Rutland hospice will offer day care to vulnerable

Rutland hospice will offer day care to vulnerable

29 January 2016

Plans have been revealed for a hospice in the county offering palliative day care.


Plans to extend Deepings and Bourne health centres

Plans to extend Deepings and Bourne health centres

Plans to extend Deepings and Bourne health centres

29 January 2016

Two health centres are planning to expand to meet the needs of people living in the hundreds of new houses in the area.


POLL: Junior doctors on picket line at Peterborough City Hospital - do they have your support?

POLL: Junior doctors on picket line at Peterborough City Hospital - do they have your support?

POLL: Junior doctors on picket line at Peterborough City Hospital - do they have your support?

12 January 2016

Junior doctors have been on the picket line at Peterborough City Hospital this morning as part of a national strike over proposed changes to their contracts.


Turns out red wine might not be good for you after all

Turns out red wine might not be good for you after all

Turns out red wine might not be good for you after all

08 January 2016

Red wine’s supposed health benefits are set to be rubbished by Government experts rewriting the rule book on the nation’s alcohol consumption, according to reports.


Peterborough and Hinchingbrooke hospital trust to work closer in money saving measures

Peterborough and Hinchingbrooke hospital trust to work closer in money saving measures

Peterborough and Hinchingbrooke hospital trust to work closer in money saving measures

05 January 2016

Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust could soon be working closely with Hinchingbrooke Trust in a new money saving plan.


Tuck shop raises hundreds for Peterborough City Hospital unit

Tuck shop raises hundreds for Peterborough City Hospital unit

Tuck shop raises hundreds for Peterborough City Hospital unit

03 January 2016

Peterborough City Council’s Community tuck shop has raised an impressive £620 for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Peterborough City Hospital.


New kitchen on John Van Geest ward at Stamford Hospital

New kitchen on John Van Geest ward at Stamford Hospital

New kitchen on John Van Geest ward at Stamford Hospital

01 January 2016

Patients being cared for on the John Van Geest ward at Stamford Hospital are now able to choose from a new menu thanks to the introduction of a specialist kitchen on the ward.


Beginners’ Nordic walking at Sacrewell

Beginners’ Nordic walking at Sacrewell

Beginners’ Nordic walking at Sacrewell

31 December 2015

If you’re looking for a new way to shift the Christmas pounds, want to meet new people and fancy getting out in the fresh air this January, then look no further than Sacrewell near Wansford.


Stamford Hospital parking cash ‘will go back to patients’

Stamford Hospital parking cash ‘will go back to patients’

Stamford Hospital parking cash ‘will go back to patients’

29 December 2015

A hospital board has promised that all the money made from new parking charges will make things better for patients.


Ambulance services 12 tips of Christmas: staying safe

Ambulance services 12 tips of Christmas: staying safe

Ambulance services 12 tips of Christmas: staying safe

24 December 2015

As Christmas approaches, so too do the festive celebrations and get-together for many.


Peterborough and Stamford hospital trust defends car parking charges

Peterborough and Stamford hospital trust defends car parking charges

Peterborough and Stamford hospital trust defends car parking charges

22 December 2015

Peterborough City Hospital bosses have defended car parking charges after it was revealed they made more than £1.7 million last year.


Peterborough and Stamford hospitals make £1.8million a year on car parking

Peterborough and Stamford hospitals make £1.8million a year on car parking

Peterborough and Stamford hospitals make £1.8million a year on car parking

21 December 2015

The Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust made £1.8million on car parking last year new research has found.


Board to discuss parking charges at Stamford Hospital

Board to discuss parking charges at Stamford Hospital

Board to discuss parking charges at Stamford Hospital

20 December 2015

The introduction of parking charges at Stamford Hospital will be discussed at a board meeting next week.


Trans-Atlantic trek to give the gift of life

Trans-Atlantic trek to give the gift of life

Trans-Atlantic trek to give the gift of life

19 December 2015

A Peterborough woman has travelled thousands of miles across the world to give the gift of life this Christmas.


Make a New Year’s resolution to give blood

Make a New Year’s resolution to give blood

Make a New Year’s resolution to give blood

18 December 2015

With less than three per cent of people aged 17-70 giving blood in the last year, NHS Blood and Transplant is asking people to make a New Year’s resolution that saves lives.


Ambulance crews geared up for busiest night of the year as Christmas party season kicks in

Ambulance crews geared up for busiest night of the year as Christmas party season kicks in

Ambulance crews geared up for busiest night of the year as Christmas party season kicks in

18 December 2015

Ambulance crews are gearing up for the busiest night of the year tonight, Friday December 18, and are warning people to think about how much alcohol they drink.


Councillor’s call to join organ donor register

Councillor’s call to join organ donor register

Councillor’s call to join organ donor register

11 December 2015

A councillor who says he would have been unable to carry out his duties without a transplant has urged people to become organ donors.


Evergreen vows to evolve despite Angels closure

Evergreen vows to evolve despite Angels closure

Evergreen vows to evolve despite Angels closure

27 November 2015

A care charity plans to expand to meet the growing needs of vulnerable people, despite having to suspend a valued service due to lack of uptake.


Mum calls for eye tests after Oakham optometrist saves son’s sight

Mum calls for eye tests after Oakham optometrist saves son’s sight

Mum calls for eye tests after Oakham optometrist saves son’s sight

26 November 2015

A mother is urging parents to ensure children have regular eye examinations after a test in Oakham revealed juvenile arthritis and saved her son’s sight.


Government urged to act on accidental injuries to under-5s to reduce A&E burden

Government urged to act on accidental injuries to under-5s to reduce A&E burden

Government urged to act on accidental injuries to under-5s to reduce A&E burden

26 November 2015

The Government is being urged to implement a nationwide programme that would relieve some of the huge pressure on A&E departments by preventing accidental injuries to under-5s.


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