News from WVT Trust
Nearly 500 people took part in a falls advice and information event held in Hereford’s High Town.
Wye Valley NHS Trust has taken the difficult decision to introduce parking charges at its community hospitals in Ross-on-Wye, Bromyard and Leominster.
Cutting edge training technology for Wye Valley NHS Trust’s maternity department Wye Valley NHS Trust’s maternity department welcomed ‘Victoria’ to the team last week – a new member of staff who will transform the way staff involved in caring for mothers and babies train and develop their skills.
With the mercury rising and hot weather finally here, Herefordshire health bosses are reminding people to practice sun sense and look out for others, especially the vulnerable such as older people, young children and those with serious illnesses.
Users of Wye Valley NHS Trust’s audiology service are being advised that no hearing aid repairs and adjustments will be carried out on Tuesday, June 27 and Wednesday, June 28.
Members of the public are invited to attend the Annual Public Meeting for Wye Valley NHS Trust to be held on Friday 7 July, 9.30am to 12pm, at Norwood Room, the point4, part of the Royal National College for the Blind, Venns Lane, Hereford
Stay steady on your feet! Visit the falls prevention event in Hereford High Town Herefordshire residents are invited to visit the falls prevention event in Hereford High Town from Monday June 26 to Friday June 30.
Special hospital memorial service to remember babies A special annual memorial service for babies who have passed away is being held at Hereford County Hospital Chapel on Tuesday, July 4, starting at 7.30pm.
National inpatient survey results published for Wye Valley NHS Trust Figures published following the results of the national inpatients survey - which captured the views of more than 77,000 people who spent at least one night in hospital in the UK last year - show good feedback from WVT patients and highlights where improvements can be made. The national survey included 1,203 people who had received care and treatment from Wye Valley NHS trust during July 2016.
One ward at Hereford County Hospital has been closed to visitors due to a confirmed case of Norovirus. As a preventative measure, visiting to the Gilwern ward has been closed at the County Hospital to prevent the further spread of Norovirus which is affecting some patients.
Communication and engagement manager
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Tel: 01432 355444 Ext: 5105
Wye Valley NHS Trust
The County Hospital
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