Archive for June, 2021

The NHS Big Tea – join a national outpouring of love and thanks for the NHS


Are you ready for a tea party like no other? The NHS Big Tea is

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Three Bolton initiatives shortlisted in national awards


The shortlist for the 2021 HSJ Patient Safety Awards is revealed today, and we’re excited to reveal that three Bolton NHS Foundation Trust initiatives have made the grade.

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Plans approved to bid for a new hospital for Bolton


Earlier this year we shared our exciting plans to bid for a new hospital to be built on the grounds of the existing Royal Bolton Hospital in Farnworth.

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BL3 – New maternity hub


Yesterday we joined our partners from across Bolton to celebrate the official launch of our new maternity hub in the BL3 area of Bolton, and share the next step in the future of maternity services for our diverse communities.

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Pilot project to support young people in our Emergency Department


Bolton NHS Foundation Trust will be taking part in a 12-month pilot project in an

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New diagnostic pathway launched for people with learning disabilities


Together with our partners we’ve launched a pathway for people with learning disabilities in Bolton to access health investigations that they need.

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Visiting restrictions remain in place


To protect you, your loved ones and everyone working hard here at the Trust visiting remains suspended in all adult clinical areas at Royal Bolton Hospital.

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New tool exclusive to Bolton to prevent falls


Falls lead at the Trust Tony Mackay has designed ‘My fallers ID’; a tool unique to Bolton to support staff caring for patients at risk of falls and help them remember the key risk factors associated with falls.

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Volunteers congratulated on their contribution throughout the pandemic


Yesterday, our Chair, Donna Hall, and our Volunteer Co-ordinator, Chris Mills, presented some of our volunteers who have continued to work with us throughout the pandemic with a certificate to acknowledge the outstanding contribution that they have made to the organisation over what has been a difficult 12 months.

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Family members to take part in Great North Run to raise funds for Neonatal Intensive Care Unit


Emilia Jayne was born on Christmas Day 2020, seven weeks premature weighing just 4lbs 5oz. On arrival at the hospital, Emilia’s mum was diagnosed with COVID-19 and, soon after her birth, Emilia also received a positive diagnosis.

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