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Emergency plan on trust agenda

Emergency plan on trust agenda

Emergency plan on trust agenda

21 August 2015

Members of the Board of Directors at Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals Trust will receive an update on emergency preparedness as part of their monthly board meeting.


Healthwatch Rutland visits Oakham Medical Practice

Healthwatch Rutland visits Oakham Medical Practice

Healthwatch Rutland visits Oakham Medical Practice

21 August 2015

At the request of the practice Healthwatch Rutland visited Oakham Medical Practice.


Essendine residents and firms help to fund defibrillator

Essendine residents and firms help to fund defibrillator

Essendine residents and firms help to fund defibrillator

18 August 2015

Generous donations from businesses and residents have paid for a defibrillator in Essendine.


VIDEO: Warning over black henna temporary tattoos

VIDEO: Warning over black henna temporary tattoos

VIDEO: Warning over black henna temporary tattoos

18 August 2015

The British Skin Foundation is issuing a warning this summer over so-called ‘black henna’ temporary tattoos (BHTTs) after research among dermatologists reveals they are seeing an increase in reactions at their clinics.


Volunteer’s 20 years of dedication to Thorpe Hall Hospice

Volunteer’s 20 years of dedication to Thorpe Hall Hospice

Volunteer’s 20 years of dedication to Thorpe Hall Hospice

16 August 2015

The work of dedicated volunteers is right at the heart of the incredible care that is delivered at Thorpe Hall Hospice in Longthorpe, Peterborough, and long serving volunteer Louise Cameron knows just how much that care matters.


Parents urged to get teenagers vaccinated against killer disease ahead of university year

Parents urged to get teenagers vaccinated against killer disease ahead of university year

Parents urged to get teenagers vaccinated against killer disease ahead of university year

12 August 2015

A grief-stricken mother is supporting leading UK meningitis charity Meningitis Now by urging parents to ensure teenagers get vaccinated against the disease before heading off to university this autumn.


Mental health pilot to launch in Rutland

Mental health pilot to launch in Rutland

Mental health pilot to launch in Rutland

09 August 2015

Rutland is leading the way on youth mental health by pioneering a pilot scheme to offer support in a county school.


Chance to put your hospital heroes forward for trust award

Chance to put your hospital heroes forward for trust award

Chance to put your hospital heroes forward for trust award

09 August 2015

It’s time once again to highlight the great work of doctors, nurses, surgeons and all the other hospital staff who go above and beyond to care for patients across the region.


Work is progressing on hospital revamp

Work is progressing on hospital revamp

Work is progressing on hospital revamp

08 August 2015

A multi-million pound scheme to redevelop part of the Stamford Hospital site and sell off the rest is nearing the planning stage.


Mental health pilot to be launched in Rutland school

Mental health pilot to be launched in Rutland school

Mental health pilot to be launched in Rutland school

06 August 2015

Rutland is leading the way on youth mental health by pioneering a pilot scheme to offer support in a county school.


High Sheriff of Rutland donates blood to show his support

High Sheriff of Rutland donates blood to show his support

High Sheriff of Rutland donates blood to show his support

01 August 2015

A dedicated blood donor, the High Sheriff of Rutland, turned heads in Oakham by giving his 36th donation dressed in full ceremonial dress.


‘We must not overlook mental health needs of Rutland youngsters’

‘We must not overlook mental health needs of Rutland youngsters’

‘We must not overlook mental health needs of Rutland youngsters’

31 July 2015

A health watchdog has pledged to support Rutland’s young people after a survey found almost half needed help coping with school pressure.


Steps agreed for Peterborough Hospital trust to reduce deficit A&E waiting times

Steps agreed for Peterborough Hospital trust to reduce deficit A&E waiting times

Steps agreed for Peterborough Hospital trust to reduce deficit A&E waiting times

30 July 2015

Peterborough and Stamford Hospitals will make cost savings of £13 million over the next year in a raft of measures agreed by Monitor.


Make time to donate blood in Lincolnshire this summer

Make time to donate blood in Lincolnshire this summer

Make time to donate blood in Lincolnshire this summer

30 July 2015

Now that summer is here with people spending time away from home, NHS Blood and Transplant is reminding people in Lincolnshire of the importance of taking the time to donate blood.


Date set for East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group AGM

Date set for East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group AGM

Date set for East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group AGM

29 July 2015

The East Leicestershire and Rutland Clinical Commissioning Group will hold its annual general meeting on September 8.


Improved Peterborough City Hospital given ‘good’ rating in latest CQC inspection

Improved Peterborough City Hospital given ‘good’ rating in latest CQC inspection

Improved Peterborough City Hospital given ‘good’ rating in latest CQC inspection

27 July 2015

Peterborough City Hospital has had its rating bumped up to ‘good’ by inspectors after making improvements.


A £38.5 million deficit but Peterborough and Stamford NHS Trust boast improved A&E waiting times

A £38.5 million deficit but Peterborough and Stamford NHS Trust boast improved A&E waiting times

A £38.5 million deficit but Peterborough and Stamford NHS Trust boast improved A&E waiting times

23 July 2015

Despite a large £38.5 million deficit over the past year, there was positive news for the trust which runs hospitals in Peterborough and Stamford over Accident and Emergency waiting times and staff recruitment.


VIDEO: Campaign highlighting diabetes amputation as numbers rise

VIDEO: Campaign highlighting diabetes amputation as numbers rise

VIDEO: Campaign highlighting diabetes amputation as numbers rise

21 July 2015

The number of amputations carried out due to diabetes has reached an all-time high of 135 a week, a charity has warned, as it urged the Government to do more to ensure those with the condition are given the care and attention they need.


As doctors are given ‘seven-day contract’ ultimatum we ask should GPs be available at weekends?

As doctors are given ‘seven-day contract’ ultimatum we ask should GPs be available at weekends?

As doctors are given ‘seven-day contract’ ultimatum we ask should GPs be available at weekends?

17 July 2015

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt will give the British Medical Association (BMA) six weeks to negotiate on changes for hospital consultants and junior doctors, or face a new seven-day contract.


Warning after red fungus found in supermarket banana sends eight-year-old to hospital

Warning after red fungus found in supermarket banana sends eight-year-old to hospital

Warning after red fungus found in supermarket banana sends eight-year-old to hospital

15 July 2015

A warning has been made for shoppers to check their bananas after an eight-year-old became sick while eating one which had a rare red fungus in its core.


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