CALLING current or aspiring nurses – an event at The Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust on Saturday 27 April (2019) could give you the opportunity you have been waiting for.
WHAT will happen when you are ready to leave hospital? What support is available when you get home?
Local Health services this Easter WITH the four-day Easter holiday fast approaching, local doctors have issued advice to help you to stay well and make sure you have enough medicines to see you through the holiday period. If you rely on regular prescription medication, check you have enough to see you through the holiday. If […]
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust are taking to the streets to beat bowel cancer, and they are keen for everyone to join them in the fight.
April is bowel cancer awareness month and the colorectal (bowel cancer) team at the Harlow hospital will be out in the town to raise awareness of this disease – the fourth most common cancer in the UK today. They are keen to promote the message: with early diagnosis the illness can be treated – so please get checked out.
Socialise with other people affected by dementia. Full details on poster.
PRINCESS Alexandra Hospital (PAH) in Harlow has made an urgent plea for people to return great pumps as soon as possible.
LAURA McAlpine, Labour’s Parliamentary Candidate is calling for the Chief Executive of Princess Alexandra Hospital to reconsider plans to outsource the Domestic Services and Estates staff resource at the hospital.
LACEY-Rose Saamanthy, from Harlow was offered a job in a cafe at Broomfield Hospital in Chelmsford after a successful interview reports the BBC.
A HOSPITAL chaplain is taking on a mega challenge in aid of his hospital – and is hoping people will come and support his mammoth effort at the Harvey Centre, Harlow, on Thursday 18 April.
A HARLOW-based provider of domiciliary care is marking World Health Day on April 7th, and says the World Health Organisation-run event is the perfect opportunity for people to think about healthcare at home for those closest to them.
STAFF at the Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) feel supported and valued by their managers and able to access development opportunities, a national staff survey shows.
HARLOW mum, Gemma Davis has bowel cancer. To be technical, she has Stage 3 T4N1b Bowel cancer. It was diagnosed Oct 26th 2018.
APRIL is Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, a fantastic annual opportunity to raise awareness of bowel cancer and funds to support their work.
THE wonderful work of the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow has been widely recognised with donations from many grateful families, as well as local businesses who support the unit’s marvellous work.
YCT are seeking mentors. Full details on poster.
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) has again been hailed as ‘Baby Friendly’ by global children’s champion, Unicef. (United Nation’s Children’s Fund), and now the maternity department’s labour ward team have a plaque on display to prove it.
ESSEX Cares Ltd (ECL), one of the leading care companies in South East England, has implemented an innovative new software platform, StoriiCare, across all of their older people day services.
WITH the nationwide spotlight next month (April) on bowel cancer, as the fourth most common cancer in the UK today, people in Harlow are being urged to join The
Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) in beating bowel cancer together.
PAH Neo-Natal Unit thank Land Sherriffs for generous donation to aid vital training
THE pathology service staff at Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) are celebrating maintaining accreditation by a national assessment body which puts it among top NHS trusts.
Harlow hospital is finalist in nationwide healthcare awards STAFF at Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) who care for patients with severe abdominal pain are celebrating this week after learning they have won a place in the finals of the prestigious HSJ (Health Services Journal) Awards 2019 for their work. Abdominal pain, in the stomach or […]
EEAST urges secondary schools to sign up for a lifesaving lesson as part of Restart a Heart Day 2019.
ONE in every four children in care in Essex is not up to date with their vaccinations – putting them at risk of serious illnesses such as measles, mumps and rubella.
Hospital puts spotlight on patient experience of delirium TEN per cent of all patients admitted to hospital will experience delirium at some stage; this can increase to up to 40% in patients living with dementia and up to 80% of patients within an Intensive Care Unit (ICU). With World Delirium Awareness Day (13 March) approaching, […]