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September 2020


University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Hospital Trust (UHMBT) and Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (LTHTr) are moving forward as part of the second phase of Government’s flagship Health Infrastructure Plan (HIP). LTHTr and UHMBT have agreed to work collaboratively to maximise seed funding and healthcare opportunities to develop infrastructure plans which...


Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity is launching their very first virtual Rainbow Run on Monday 5th October. The charity team are asking supporters to run, walk, cycle or even scoot their chosen route and distance and gain sponsorship to raise funds to help improve staff and patient experience at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals. Participants can complete their...


A cash prize of £500 is up for grabs for the winner of a virtual balloon race that will raise money for Baby Beat, the charity supporting services for babies and parents at maternity services run in Preston and Chorley by Lancashire Teaching Hospitals. The event, which starts on Monday 14th September, is an eco-friendly computer...


A state-of-the-art neonatal ultrasound probe, which is essential for scanning babies’ hearts, is now in place at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals thanks to generous funding. The Fort Foundation, a Trust formed by Ted Fort and his company Fort Vale Engineering based in Simonstone, has awarded a grant of more than £4,300 for the ultrasound probe to Baby...


A member of staff at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals has raised more than £700 for his local NHS by taking on a 100-mile bike ride of Lancashire and Cheshire. Richard Hogger, Assistant Finance Director at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals, originally took one of the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity places in Ride London, which was due to happen in...


Local man David Rose is set to take on one of the most famously difficult cycling challenges in support of neonatal charity Baby Beat. The Fred Whitton Challenge consists of a 113-mile sportive around the Lake District, starting at Grasmere and taking in the climbs of Kirkstone, Honister, Newlands, Whinlatter, Harknott, Wrynose and Blea Tarn...

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