Archive for February, 2020

Progress made to improve health and care in Bolton


Work to shape services to improve the health and wellbeing of Bolton residents is progressing quickly.

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EBUS launch


A new test has been introduced at the Royal Bolton Hospital which helps in the diagnosis of respiratory conditions.

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Osteoporosis information event


Join us for a FREE osteoporosis information event.

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NHS Staff Survey 2020


Results of the NHS Staff Survey published today (February 18th) show Bolton NHS Foundation Trust has come out with the equal highest score for staff engagement in Greater Manchester for any acute / community provider.

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Careers Event


We’re holding an event at the Education Centre on Monday 2nd March from 5-7pm.

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New equipment for breast screening


New breast screening equipment is being installed at the Royal Bolton Hospital and satellite units at Rochdale, Radcliffe and Bolton One. This will replace and upgrade kit which is over ten years old.

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Neonatal unit fundraiser


Twins Ava and Archie were 15 weeks early when they were born in July. They were cared for at the Royal Bolton Hospital’s neonatal unit until November.

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Timperley Rainbows and Brownies


A big thank you to TImperley Rainsbows and Brownies, one of a number of groups that have provided the hospital with carer overnight stay bags.

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Cancellation of Blackrod baby clinics


Blackrod Library is currently undergoing building works, therefore no baby clinics will take place on Tuesday 18th February, 25th February and 3rd of March. Clinic will re-open on 10th March 2020.

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Home Truths campaign launches


Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership have launched a campaign to share ‘the home truths’, giving information to patients and their families about the best place for them to recover after hospital care.

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Visitor restrictions

To protect you and our staff during the current outbreak of Covid-19 we’ve put in place significant restrictions on hospital visitors.

Full details of these can be found on our website.

We would like to thank you for your understanding and helping us stop the spread of Covid-19.

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