FOLLOWING a stroke, heart surgery, or other serious illness, patients are cared for by specialists in a critical care unit (CCU), and The Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust sees more than 600 patients a year in its CCU.
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) will be among leaders of health innovation taking the stage at Chelsea Football Club as part of the international Giant Health Event 2019 next week (16 October).
LAST WEEK, we went to the Great Parndon Community Centre to visit the Harlow Stroke Support-Rehab Centre.
HARLOW Council has turned a corner of the Civic Centre pink and blue for Baby Loss Awareness Week 2019.
CLINICIANS at The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT), who have been leading innovative work on resuscitation techniques, were invited to present their results at an international conference which attracted 1,500 specialists from around the globe.
WITH winter fast approaching, clinicians at The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) are keen to help patients and the public avoid seasonal illnesses. They will be promoting infection prevention and control in line with the international campaign between 14 and 18 October.
THE Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) is thrilled to share the fantastic announcement this weekend that it is to receive funding to rebuild a new hospital in Harlow for its patients, community and people.
HARLOW residents with moderate to severe mental health illnesses will benefit from a new £4.5 million fund to improve the specialist support available to them over the next two years.
THE leader of the Harlow Labour group has welcomed the news that Harlow is to get a new hospital.
A MOMENTOUS day for Harlow, as the Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has announced that the Princess Alexandra NHS Hospital Trust will receive hundreds of millions of pounds of Government funding to build a brand new hospital for Harlow.
THE Senior Safe and Social Group in Harlow, which fosters friendships amongst the town’s over 50s, has helped launch United in Kind, the social movement which aims to tackle social isolation and loneliness by spreading kindness.
HARLOW man, David Chennells, completed his sponsored walk around the bustling town centre on Saturday 21 September, raising money for the Brain and Spine Foundation. Joined by friends, family, and members of the public, David pushed himself to achieve his goal.
THIS week saw the first ever World Patient Safety Day (Tuesday 17 September), organised by the World Health Organisation (WHO). The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) was keen to support the event to highlight its efforts and achievements in improving patient safety.
HARLOW hospital highlights achievements in fight against sepsis to mark world awareness day
BASILDON’S heart specialist centre has plans to grow to attract patients from outside of Essex.
BOSSES at Princess Alexandra Hospital have responded to a report in the number of patients who have died from Sepsis.
NEW data released by the NHS shows Harlow is the district in the East of England with the highest number of smokers, with an overall average of 20.6%. However, the smoking rate for the East Hertfordshire region is below the England average of 14.4%, standing at 9.9%.
MORE patients are dying from sepsis than anticipated at 28 NHS trusts in England reports the MailOnline.
WITH the Bank Holiday weekend 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 long weekend.
A FREE Essex County FA training and development event for Welfare Officers discussing knife crime and youth mental health will take place on Thursday 3rd October in Wickford.
THE neonatal unit at the Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) has received many accolades for its dedicated care – and now it stands a chance of being honoured among the top baby units in the country.
MENTAL health of over 180,000 children in East of England in danger of being sidelined under NHS changes
A HARLOW man and his friends are set to host a charity football match in order to raise awareness of mental health.
ASTHMA UK says that more than 1,400 adults and children died from asthma attacks in 2018 – 2.5 people out of every 100,000, so respiratory nurses at the Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) are keen to help people living with asthma manage the condition.