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What will happen when you are ready to leave hospital? What support is available when you get home? These and other questions face anyone who becomes a patient, whether referred as an inpatient, or, more importantly if admitted urgently from the emergency department.
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.
A mobile breast screening unit will be in the Dunmow area from Wednesday 15 May and will be seeing patients aged between 50 and 70 who are due for their three yearly screen.
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. Revd Christian Okeke, chaplaincy team lead at The Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust, will undertake a gruelling 10-hour endurance challenge in the town centre mall, so please come and cheer him on as he sweats it out.
Good foot care is a major factor in preventing complications from diabetes, and clinicians at The Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT) have been expanding their foot care clinics, both in the hospital and in the community. The service has contributed to a high satisfaction rating from diabetes patients at the hospital. During the week when the spotlight is on prevention of diabetes, foot care nurses and podiatrists have been urging patients to put their feet first.
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.
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.
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. Doctors and nurses at the Harlow hospital will be highlighting the topic in an effort to dispel the reluctance people have to talk about the subject; and the strong message is that 'early diagnosis means better prognosis'.
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.