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There is still time to influence the policy on IVF and Specialist Fertility Services and the routine prescribing of 'over-the-counter' medicines in west Essex.
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.
Emergency Department refurbishment
In April 2017 The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust was successful in winning a national bid of £925,000 to improve the patient experience from primary care to our Emergency Department (ED).
Leading Professor spreads the word on #last1000 days at PAH
Last week, PAH welcomed world renowned Professor Brian Dolan, who visited A&E and other wards, to talk about his ground breaking work on #last1000days, #red2green and #endPJparalysis.
Red to Green campaign at PAH wins award from NHS Improvement
The Red to Green team at Princess Alexandra Hospital were praised for their outstanding work by NHS Improvement, with Richard Hammond, Deputy Chief Operating Officer receiving an award at a Red to Green Awards event on Thursday 18 May.
Reduce the risk of heart failure and be aware of the symptoms
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 Chief Executive appointed at Princess Alexandra Hospital
We are delighted to announce that Lance McCarthy has been appointed as our new Chief Executive and will officially start his role on Wednesday 3 May 2017.
Princess Alexandra Hospital celebrates innovative and award winning staff
Patients, clinicians and other staff members whose innovations improve patients' care are celebrated in a campaign called Our Amazing People.
Maternity training gets more than £50,000 at Princess Alexandra Hospital
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
Hertford Regional College perform for children on the Dolphin Ward
Performing arts students from Hertford Regional College produced their very own puppet show with children on Dolphin Ward at Princess Alexandra Hospital on Friday 9 December.