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New ambulatory care unit at Frimley Park

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

A new, dedicated ambulatory emergency care unit (AECU) at Frimley Park Hospital is caring for many patients with medical conditions on a day to day basis avoiding the need for an overnight stay.

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Staff honoured at awards night

Friday, April 7, 2017

The dedication and achievements of Frimley Health staff were celebrated during our annual awards ceremony. Nurses, care assistants, medical secretaries and transport managers were among those honoured at the Royal Berkshire Hotel near Ascot.

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Work to start on £49m A&E

Wednesday, April 5, 2017

A £49m project to build a new emergency department and assessment centre at Wexham Park Hospital begins this week. The plans will create one of the best and most innovative units of its kind in the NHS. Sicker emergency patients will be treated in individual rooms and there will be extra wards above for testing and treating patients who arrive via the emergency department. It represents the biggest single investment at the Slough hospital since it was built more than half a century ago.

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Trust wins patient experience award

Friday, March 31, 2017

Our voluntary services team has won a prestigious award for its efforts to improve the experience of patients in our hospitals. The team was named Team of the Year at the recent Patient Experience Network National Awards in Birmingham. The honour came as we were also shortlisted in the Best Organisation category of the 2017 Patient Safety Awards.

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Our staff are among most motivated in NHS

Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Frimley Health staff remain among some of the most motivated NHS hospital workers, a survey has shown. Colleagues working at our three main sites ranked the trust in the top 20% nationally when it came to motivation at work. The findings of the national NHS staff survey 2016 were published recently.

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New restaurant opens at Wexham

Tuesday, February 28, 2017

Wexham Park Hospital’s main restaurant is now open following a major refit. A new service area, fresh cook facility, hot beverage station, cold snack, salad and sandwich section were part of the £390,000 refurbishment. Soft seating areas, fresh décor, new lighting and windows also formed part of the overhaul. It follows catering services at Wexham and Heatherwood in Ascot being brought in house on February 1, 2017. All 130 catering staff transferred from previous contractor Sodexo to Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust. The main restaurant, used by staff and visitors, has now been renamed the Courtyard Restaurant.

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Trust scoops top Get Active honour

Friday, February 17, 2017

The trust has been named Workplace of the Year in the fifth annual Get Berkshire Active Awards. Judges recognised our efforts to create a healthy, happy workforce by encouraging colleagues to take part in sport and exercise.

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Sir Andrew tops list of NHS bosses

Thursday, February 16, 2017

Trust chief executive Sir Andrew Morris heads the annual list of top leaders of NHS trusts, published this week by health management journal the HSJ. He has been rated in the top 10 since the list was first compiled in 2014, and was ranked fourth last year. This is the first time he has topped the list of 50.

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Appeal for return of walking aids

Monday, February 6, 2017

If you have borrowed walking aids from Frimley Park Hospital and no longer need them, we would love to have them back. We issue thousands of crutches, walking frames and sticks every year to help patients with their recovery, but many are never returned and have to be replaced. By bringing them back, you could help the hospital to save thousands of pounds annually.

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Frimley joins breakthrough cancer study

Thursday, February 2, 2017

Frimley Health has played a key role in a breakthrough study that could revolutionise the way prostate cancer is detected. Frimley Park Hospital contributed to research which found that MRI scans are twice as effective as traditional biopsies at spotting the cancers. The technique could potentially save the lives of thousands of men every year.

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