An electronic observation system which will help to improve patient safety has been rolled out in clinical areas across the Trust’s three main hospital sites.
A campaign aimed at improving quality and safety by ensuring staff have all the information and tools they need to protect their health and wellbeing and flourish at work, has been launched at the Trust UHMBT and other Bay Health and Care Partners.
Improved access to services for people who need urgent support with their mental health is now in place across Lancashire and South Cumbria.
A temporary mobile computerised tomography (CT) scanner at Westmorland General Hospital will be introduced to support outpatient and routine scans at the Trust.
Health bosses in Morecambe Bay are supporting Mental Health Awareness Week and encouraging local residents to do the same by encouraging this year’s theme of kindness.
Incidents of people ignoring the current lockdown restrictions and attempting to camp overnight at local beauty spots in the Lake Districts is prompting Cumbria’s multi-agency Local Resilience Forum to remind people that overnight stays are not permitted under the new guidance and anyone found breaking the rule will be asked to move on, and potentially fined.
Keith Wilby, of Ireleth near Askam-in-Furness, has written and released a song COVID Situation to thank NHS staff for everything that they are doing during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Visitors to South Lakeland are being urged to behave with respect towards local communities following the government’s lifting of travel restrictions.
Residents in Lancashire and South Cumbria are being urged not to delay seeking help if they have signs of having a stroke and to ‘Act FAST’ to help save lives
University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) marked International Nurses’ Day on Tuesday, May 12, by thanking staff for their unstinting efforts during the coronavirus (COBID-19) pandemic.