Archive for May, 2020
An information pack to provide support to Bolton families through this difficult time.
Public Health, GMCA and Bolton NHS have put together a booklet to support households with advice on looking after your mental health and accessing support services during the lockdown and has plenty of tips on beating coronavirus anxiety.
Accident and Emergency (A&E) is there for those who have serious or life threatening conditions. We are also still dealing with COVID-19. So to keep people safe and socially distant we still have visitor restrictions in place and are only allowing patients to enter our waiting rooms.
We are pleased to announce that from 1st June at 7.30am we will be able to offer women the option to have their baby at Ingleside Birth and Community Centre in Salford or at home if they wish.
If you have a child who is seriously unwell we need you to know we are still here for you. We don’t want you to delay seeking treatment.
Thanks to our Muslim community for the sacrifices you have made during the holy month of Ramadan.
Paddy McGuinness delighted staff at Bolton Foundation Trust by providing them with a free Marks and Spencer lunch.
Clinical Trials Day, 20th May, recognises the people who conduct clinical trials and thanks them for how they improve the treatments and service we offer patients in the NHS.
We have had to make changes in our emergency department to ensure that we are COVID secure and staff and patients are able to social distance.
We’re very grateful to Manchester company, AJBell for their donation of tablets to Royal Bolton Hospital, to help patients keep in touch with their loved ones who are unable to visit due to COVID-19 restrictions.