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A ward at the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford has scooped gold in an innovative scheme which aims to ensure patients have the best experience possible.
The Catering Team at Shropshire’s two acute hospitals is hoping to bring a little cheer to those who find themselves in hospital this Christmas.
SaTH is ninth best in the country for making sure patients wait no longer than 18 weeks between seeing their GP and having treatment at hospital.
Shrewsbury Midwife Led Unit (MLU) was officially re-opened today following a £500,000 refurbishment.
A generous donation by a Shropshire charity has enabled SaTH to purchase two new retinoscopes which will benefit youngsters across the county.
Every patient at Shropshire’s two acute hospitals will soon have access to a clever hydration aid, thanks to a generous gift from one of the region’s leading estate agents.
Six new members of staff have joined the Shropshire Diabetic Eye Screening team providing more opportunities for patients to access clinics.
Easy-to-use, free Wi-Fi for patients and staff will be rolled out across Shropshire’s acute hospitals next week.
A report published today by the Care Quality Commission has rated the Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust as inadequate.
The A&E department at Princess Royal Hospital in Telford is to stay open 24-hours-a-day, seven-days-a-week after securing new staff.
The trust which runs the Princess Royal Hospital in Telford and the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital has been placed into special measures.
Shrewsbury Midwife Led Unit has fully re-opened following a £500,000 refurbishment, which was designed with the help of mothers, their families and staff.