The Bolton Macmillan Cancer Information and Support Service has teamed up with Bolton NHS Foundation Trust to provide a monthly support group for people affected by cancer.
Meet Sydney the dog who has been bringing some cheer to the wards of the Royal Bolton Hospital.
Congratulations to Ian Chapman, Learning and Development Practitioner at the Trust, who has been shortlisted for a national award.
From 1st April 2019 Diabetic Eye Screening services provided by Bolton NHS Foundation Trust will be transferred to the management of Health Intelligence.
The NHS Long Term Plan has been published, which describes how the extra £20.5bn given to the NHS in the national budget will be spent.
There will be a paediatric basic life support skills course taking place at the hospital on 20th February 6-8pm for parents and families.
The temporary visiting restrictions which were in place on some of the wards at the hospital have now been lifted.
Bolton NHS Foundation Trust has lowered the flag at Royal Bolton Hospital to fly half mast out of respect for the town’s Senior Coroner Professor Jennifer Leeming.
The situation has gradually improved and today (January 2nd) restrictions are in place on two wards: D3 and D4.
Visiting restrictions lifted for some wards but Royal Bolton Hospital still urges public to ‘do the right thing’ and stay away if they have the diarrhoea and vomiting bug.