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Contact PALS - our Patient Advice and Liaison Service - on 01604 545784
 
 
Survey on quality priorities for 2015/16

Survey on quality priorities for 2015/16

Date:
Thursday 26th March 2015
Our blood taking unit has moved

Our blood taking unit has moved

Date:
Monday 23rd March 2015
Triple boost to emergency department

Triple boost to emergency department

Date:
Wednesday 11th March 2015
 
Dr Rajiv Wijesuriya (‘Jeeves’) was the winner of our Patient Experience Award for going above and beyond his role with patient care.
Dr Suchitra (Suchi) Krishnamurthy won our Patient Safety Award for her work in helping to reduce hospital-acquired thrombosis.
Assistant practitioner Lee Woodhouse was the winner of our Unsung Hero (Clinical) Award for his invaluable work in caring for kidney patients.
Dr Jo Inchley is having her head shaved to help raise money for our chemo suite appeal - see the latest issue of Insight for more (news item to the left)|
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Best Possible Care Awards 2015: Nominate a member of our staff

Our Best Possible Care Awards celebrate those individuals and teams who make a real difference to the way we work and our patient care. Regardless of where they work or volunteer in the trust, if you know someone who has gone above and beyond to exceed expectations now is your chance to get them the recognition they deserve.  Nominate someone today.|

Blood taking unit has moved

Our blood taking unit has moved to a new location in Area H. Read more|...

New discharge suite

Do you need to pick up a friend or relative who is ready to go home from hospital?

If so, please note that we have a brand new discharge suite, where most patients being discharged will wait for their transport. See this map| of where to find it.

Feeling unwell?

There are alternatives to visiting our A&E department, which should be used only for real emergencies. For the sake of our other patients, please do not come to A&E with symptoms of colds and flu.   Click here for details| of how to choose the right service.

Visiting times

The standard visiting time on non-specialist inpatient wards is 2.00pm - 4.30pm and 6.00pm - 8.00pm.

Please see our  visiting times| page for more details.


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We welcome your views on the care we provide.  There are a number of ways you can have your say:
- Ask to speak to a member of staff, contact our Patient Advice and Liaison Service|, or provide feedback on the care you have received at NGH on the NHS Choices |website.
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