Archive for July, 2020
We understand that Eid Ul-Adha is a festival where people would usually come together to celebrate and visit loved ones in their homes.
Parents of young children can still access support and advice from our public health nursing team, despite some of our face to face sessions being temporarily paused at this time.
Royal Bolton Hospital is celebrating an early milestone following the introduction of a key investigative technique which will cut waiting times for those diagnosed with lung cancer.
Breast screening services for women in Bolton, Bury and Rochdale will return at the end of July.
Join Dad Matters for an online antenatal group for dads-to-be and new dads with babies under 12 weeks old.
An online memorial book to remember all those from Greater Manchester, or with a connection with the city-region who have sadly died of COVID-19 has launched today.
Bolton residents with coronavirus symptoms will be able to get a test at a temporary drive-through site from Monday July 20th.
Following news that one of Royal Bolton’s COVID-19 patients had made a good recovery from intensive care treatment, one of the hospital’s consultants in critical care, Dr Gareth Hughes has spoken about the treatment and positive outcome.
Two Bolton initiatives have made it through to the finals of this year’s HSJ Patient Safety Awards, recognising their outstanding contribution to healthcare.