Get Involved

There are many ways that you can get involved and help us to provide services for our patients. We welcome suggestions and feedback on all aspects of the services we provide for both patients and visitors and encourage members of the local community to help shape healthcare and influence how the Trust is run.

You can have your say on how we should develop our services by becoming a member of the Trust (membership is free) and having your voice heard through the Council of Governors. You can also attend annual members’ meetings as an observer or as a member of the Trust.

There are a number of opportunities to volunteer with the Trust and support our staff to deliver the highest quality care and improve the experience of our patients and visitors. To find out more about volunteering visit our Volunteer with us pages.

Our charitable funds help us give patients that little bit extra, for example by allowing us to buy more medical equipment or offer more specialist training to our staff which will improve the level of care we are able to provide. For details on how you can get involved with fundraising for the Trust or make a donation, please see the Charitable Giving page.

If you have experience of our maternity care, you may be interested in the Bolton Maternity Voices Partnership. The group look at topics that are important to parents and their families, using their experiences and feedback to make recommendations on how maternity care can be developed. This includes care received from midwives, nurses, health visitors, support staff, doctors, and other health professionals within local services that parents and their family members use. Click here for more information.

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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