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Sunday 18 August 2019
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Welcome to the on-line media centre for Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust.

 

Please find listed below, the most recent stories added to the site. Additional stories can be found in our archive section.

 

  • EIS Award Banner NCA makes NHS in the North Excellence in Supply Awards finalsThe awards celebrate inspirational examples of businesses, third sector organisations and the NHS working together to provide great patient care in the North of England.
  • elderly couple, holding hands, sat on chairs Advance Care Planning in the ParkAre you or a loved one living with a life limiting condition? Have you thought about where you'd like to be cared for as your health deteriorates? An Advance Care Planning in the Park event will be held in Buile Hill Park with specialist advice on planning your future care towards the end of your life.
  • SWAN comfort bags SWAN end of life Girlguiding comfort bags recognised by the QueenCongratulations to Girlguiding Greater Manchester West who work so hard making up comfort bags for relatives staying with our end of life patients in our hospitals in Salford, Oldham, Bury, Rochdale and North Manchester.
  • Helping Helen art 1 H5 remembers Helen with her artWard H5 were delighted to welcome back Phil Pattinson to unveil a piece of art his late partner Helen painted. Last year Helen became the first patient to undergo breakthrough surgery at Salford Royal to help correct her spine.
  • Dementia cannula sleeves More patients benefit from dementia cannula sleevesMore than 150 knitted dementia cannula sleeves have been donated to Salford Royal to help keep dementia patients calm during treatment. The single use sleeves are made by volunteers at Handmade for Dementia and are used to cover cannulas so agitated patients don't attempt to pull out the needles.