Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) announce public consultation on proposal for service changes People in west Essex are being asked for their views on a proposal designed to make best use of the money available to the local NHS, while helping as many people as possible to live healthier, longer lives and avoid preventable illnesses. This […]
THE team behind the NELFT My Mind app has been shortlisted for the Nursing Times Awards 2017. The prestigious awards will be presented at a ceremony at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Thursday November 2.
HARLOW Council has thrown its support behind aspirations to make Princess Alexandra Hospital a smoke free site.
THE opening of the Rotary Park took place at Princess Alexandra Hospital last Friday.
THE first turf has been ceremoniously turned at the new health hub site at Lister House.
ONE in six Essex residents are known to be living with mental illness* and one in four will experience a mental health problem each year. This is a challenge that local authorities and the NHS across Greater Essex are determined to tackle together.
THE smoke free team at PAH are asking for your views on becoming smoke free across the site. Although the initiative was introduced a few years ago, with full board backing and support from staff, the team hope to bring this into force by the Autumn.
HARLOW Health Centres Trust held its Annual General Meeting, in the Health Resource Centre at the Leisurezone, on Friday 9th June.
IN April 2017 The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust was successful in winning a national bid of £925,000 to use to improve the patient experience from primary care to our Emergency Department (ED).
OUR local GPs, hospitals, community services, ambulance services, social care providers and civil society partners make that NHS world-class.
IT all began one Thursday morning 10 years ago and 10 days after my 26th birthday (on 10th May 2007), when I was cycling to work. I started to experience what I can only describe as weird sensations which lasted for about 20 seconds, before I suddenly collapsed, fell down in the middle of the road and then blacked out.
STATEMENT by Princess Alexandra Hospital (PAH): “Currently we have not been affected by the cyber attack. Some networks and systems have been taken offline temporary to protect patients.
MARC Rhodes, Business Intelligence Developer for Princess Alexandra Hospital is attempting an incredible solo challenge.
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust has raised awareness about heart failure alongside the European-wide initiative, Heart Failure Awareness Day
AS Part of Mental Health Awareness Week the Herts and Essex Community Farm in Foldcroft, Harlow will be hosting a Wellbeing Day.
CANCER information and support is coming to Harlow on Wednesday 10 May and Thursday 11 May, courtesy of Macmillan Cancer Support’s mobile service.
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust is raising awareness about heart failure alongside the European-wide initiative, Heart Failure Awareness Day, on Friday 5 May 2017.
NEW figures have revealed that during 2015/16, around one in ten pregnant women in Essex were smokers at the time of having their babies.
NEONATAL advanced life support is one of the vital maternity areas that will improve through new training funding of £50,333. The money comes from Health Education England’s Maternity Safety Training Fund programme, following their announcement today.
MP Liam Byrne met Harlow Councillor Ian Beckett, and ADAS’s Chair of Trustees Susan Cross and Chief Executive Gareth Clement, to talk about the Children of Alcoholics Manifesto and to learn more about ADAS’s vital work
Harlow business leader and councillor say “More than a talking shop needed for mental health changes”.
IAN Hudson from Harlow & District Chamber of Commerce and Councillor Ian Beckett, Harlow Council’s Mental Health Champion have committed to do more to help local businesses rise to the challenges of mental health in the workplace.
HEALTHWATCH Essex Ambassador wins prestigious national Lifetime Achievement Award for achieving ‘sustained positive change’
SHE IS the next big thing in broadcasting and she doesn’t pull any punches. Cutting to the chase and getting answers to the questions that people daren’t ask, she commands respect not because of her years or experience, but through her sheer force of will. She is Healthwatch Harriet and she isn’t taking no for an answer.
THE resuscitation room at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow has benefited from a refurbishment after fundraising by the Emergency Department and ITU.