Latest Trust news
Our longest serving member of staff, Kathy Gibbs will retire today, Tuesday 5 March after clocking up an astonishing 53 years' service for the trust.
Local people are invited to join the directors and staff of The Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust at their next Board meeting that is taking place at 9 - 10.30am on 7 March (2019) at the Harlow Leisurezone, Second Avenue, Harlow, CM20 3DT.
The work of talented art students from Harlow has pride of place at the modern front entrance of the town's hospital, after their art pieces were formally unveiled on Wednesday, 13 February. The creators of the art pieces, all students from Harlow College, were at the launch event at Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust to see their finished artwork officially unveiled.
If you are a student in the US reading for a master's degree in hospital administration, you will want to see how healthcare systems work in other countries. Students at Saint Louis University (SLU) in Missouri were keen to do just that - and, impressed by innovations at Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust (PAHT), they chose the Harlow hospital as the destination for an immersive fact-finding visit.
Princess Alexandra Hospital has officially opened a newly built ward, which has created more bed space to meet the growing needs of patients in Harlow Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow took an innovative approach to space creation: it needed more room, so it built upwards - and the result is the brand new, modern unit, 25 feet above the ground, built in just three months!
A children's choir was so popular when they sang at their local hospital last year that they were back by popular demand this year.
Staff at Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust are celebrating being the winners of a national award that recognises energy, leadership and vision in healthcare; the trust has been crowned Fab Change Champion Organisation - for the second year in succession!
As temperatures dip and the risk of winter illness rises, The Princess Alexandra Hospital NHS Trust (PAHT) in Harlow is stepping up its flu campaign and urging Harlow residents to get ready for winter. Every year, the trust vaccinates staff as the best means of preventing the spread of flu within its hospitals. But this year it is also offering the vaccine to eligible patients coming for appointments at its hospitals - for the first time, people aged under 65 attending outpatient departments, who are in the risk groups, can get their free jab on the spot.
Parents came together on social media recently to share stories of premature births on World Prematurity Day, and there were many stories from grateful mums and dads for the care they had received at Princess Alexandra Hospital in Harlow.
Older patients and residents were at the heart of celebrations at Princess Alexandra Hospital Trust recently when the Lord Lieutenant of Essex was a guest of honour to mark Older People's Day.