When most of us are relaxing and tucking into a Christmas dinner, employees of our Trust will be providing compassionate care to patients and visitors. Here are the thoughts of just a few of our colleagues who will be working this Christmas Day.
The catering teams at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust (UHMBT) have cooked up a staggering 4,800 free Christmas meals for staff and around 600 for patients across the Trust’s three hospital sites.
A Lancaster doctor who helped save a young boy from choking was invited to give a special presentation to fellow clinicians in Prague.
The Royal Lancaster Infirmary Stroke Unit has recently received a cheque for the fantastic sum of £4,300 from The Hornby and District Sheepdog and Sheep show Society.
The winter edition of the Bay Health and Care Partners is out now and is packed full of news from across the Bay.
A programme aimed at people over 45 years old with a diagnosis of osteoarthritis (chronic joint pain) of the hip and/or knee and who are capable of independent exercise has expanded to Carnforth.
Colleagues at University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust have been giving their feedback on an important new campaign designed to save vital NHS funds – and further opportunities for staff members to have their say are coming up!
A summer fair organised by and held at Furness Academy in Barrow raised a staggering £1,167 – which has now been donated to the children’s outpatient department at Furness General Hospital (FGH).
Colin Cox, Cumbria County Council’s Director of Public Health, said: “Our communities are where we have our homes and they affect how we feel.