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News 2006

The following are all the press releases for 2006:

 

  • Healthcare Commission Press ReleaseSalford Royal NHS Foundation Trust is the best performing hospital in the North West of England. The Healthcare Commission's first Annual Health Check has rated... 12 October 2006
  • Patients receive high-tech x-raysPatients visiting Salford Royal for an X-ray or scan will experience the very latest digital X-ray system that will make traditional film extinct thus helping to speed up waiting times and assist in faster diagnosis. From December 11th, the new £3 million system called... 11 December 2006
  • Hospital workers collect MBEsTwo dedicated members of staff who have worked at the hospital for 45 years have been awarded MBEs in the Queen's 80th Birthday Honours list. Housekeeper, Valerie Mills and domestic Sharon Leigh picked... 27 December 2006
  • New baby memorial garden open to publicA baby memorial garden was officially opened with a balloon release this weekend in remembrance of babies who have died at the hospital. The garden which aims to offer 'peace and tranquillity' to parents who have lost their babies during pregnancy, at birth or shortly afterwards was opened by Coronation Street star Andrew Whyment to coincide with National Baby Loss Awareness Week. 17 October 2006
  • New state-of-the-art theatre complexBuilding work on a new state-of-the-art £5.5 million theatre complex is starting on November 27th at... 28 November 2006
  • National clinical director for renal services appointedA Salford Royal clinician has been appointed as the new national clinical director for renal services. 29 January 2007
  • Salford Royal takes part in the national launch of a new computing deviceStaff at Salford Royal have taken part in the only European Trial of a new computing device called the Mobile Clinical Assistant. 22 February 2007