24 Hours

A mini-series that showcases and celebrates the people providing the care. Watch it on "View" our new media player found on the intranet home page.

Every single day and around the clock our staff and teams deliver great care and we’re taking a unique look at the people who make our services great. The first area featured in our exciting new project is Maternity services.

This project has been created by our in-house Blended Learning Team and the Leadership and Organisational Development team and the aim is to create a feel good factor in the organisation and help create more awareness about the different types of roles in our organisation. The NHS and our organisation is facing increasing demand on its services and it is easy to lose sight of the positive difference we're making on a daily basis. We also don’t always take time to recognise or celebrate all the great things we do.

We hope that this will create a bit of a feel good factor in the organisation, show how we are all part of the same team and also give a unique insight into our organisation for those considering working here.

24 Hours in Maternity

Series 1 takes us behind the maternity doors to hear from the people behind the care. This in-house mini series gives you a unique glimpse into the world of our maternity teams. Get to know Eteyen, Emma, Helen, Tracey, Linda and Tricia - just a few of our talented maternity staff and stars of the show!

Picture of Eteyen   Picture of Emma

Eteyen Adegoke is a junior doctor who works at Preston hospital and Emma Gornall is the delivery suite manager at Preston. Their job can be unpredictable and sometimes they have to deal with serious clinical situations, find out how they work together as a team to respond. Hear about the highs and lows of the job and how they deal with the tough times.

Picture of Helen   Picture of Tracey

Helen Thomas, Midwife and Tracey Heyes Midwife both work at Preston and rotate through delivery suite, ante-natal wards and post-natal wards. Hear Helen talk about what it’s like to be a newly qualified midwife and find out from them what makes their work unforgettable.

Picture of Linda   Picture of Tricia

Linda Draper, Maternity Support Worker and Tricia Leyland, Community Maternity Support worker are both based at our Chorley Birth Centre. Linda works on the wards whilst Tricia supports women in the community. Both have worked here a long time and have become good friends. Hear from them about the changes they’ve seen over the years to both our organisation and midwifery services and what it’s like to be a support worker.

24 Hours in Theatres

Following the hugely successful first series of 24 hours in maternity; series 2 takes us behind the theatre doors to hear from the people behind the care. This in-house mini series gives you a unique glimpse into the world of our theatres teams. Get to know Sue, Janet, Clare, Munisa, Tarek and Zara - just a few of our talented theatre team and stars of the show!

Clare    Munisa

Clare White is a Theatre Support Worker and made a career change to join the Theatre team as a result of her own personal experience of care. Munisa is an Operating Department Practitioner who works in our Gynae Theatres, find out what and ODP does behind those theatre doors.           

Tarek   Zara  

Tarek Hany is a Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, hear what it’s like to be working in life saving situations. Zara Townley is a Consultant Anaesthetist, hear more about the team working that needs to happen for a theatre team to be safe and successful.

Check out the trailer here - https://vimeo.com/293959447

The first two episodes feature Sue,  Operating Department Practitioner, and Janet, Scrub Nurse. Catch up on their two episodes here –

https://vimeo.com/299462947

https://vimeo.com/299463056

Find out more each week as we release new episodes of 24 hours. You can view all these episodes on Vimeo. Or, you can follow us on twitter @DevelopingLancs to catch the videos as they are released.