Staff at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust have carried out 685,646 appointments during the first six months of 2022.
2,328 babies have been born, 7,416 surgeries have taken place and 277 people have been looked after, for an average of six and a half days, on Royal Bolton Hospital’s critical care ward.
Approximately 6,000 staff across 22 trust sites, as well as in thousands of patient homes, provide healthcare services to communities in Bolton and beyond.
Despite the continued effects of the pandemic, as well as the pressures winter brought, staff throughout the trust have:
The stats come as the NHS celebrates its 74th birthday.
Rae Wheatcroft, Chief Operating Officer at Bolton NHS Foundation Trust, said:
It’s incredible to think that every single day thousands of our staff give help to those who need it.
“We strive to provide the best care possible for our patients and the hard work of our staff is testament to the ethos of the whole of the NHS.
iFM, the trust’s wholly owned subsidiary which provides facilities management services, have also been making a difference for patients:
These numbers show just how many people we help throughout Bolton and how much we are working to improve their lives.
“Our staff do this 24/7, 365 days a year, and I am immensely proud of them.
For the fourth year running Bolton NHS Foundation Trust scored highest in the NHS staff survey as the best place to work in Greater Manchester.
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