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October 2022


During #BabyLossAwarenessWeek, we took the opportunity to remember lives lost too soon.  Our Walk to Remember started the week in the autumn sun in Avenham Park, as memories of all-too-brief times shared were lovingly recalled.  Then our ED in Preston and Sharoe Green Unit was illuminated blue and pink to commemorate the babies gone too...


A grateful patient has donated a specialist reclining surgical recovery chair to Royal Preston Hospital to say thank for the care he received from Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust.  Hugh Sloan and his family, from Ulnes Walton near Leyland, gave £1,015 to Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity to pay for an Astra electric recliner chair in the...


Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (LTHTr) and L&M Healthcare have come to an agreement which will enable the creation of a new Lancashire Community Care Hub at Finney House - Flintoff Way, Preston. As of Monday 14th November 2022, the Trust will take over the lease of the building and become the CQC registered...


We would like to remind everyone that the Annual Members' Meeting will be held this evening between 6:00pm and 7:30pm. Due to Covid-19 restrictions in place within a NHS setting, we took the decision to once again hold this year’s Annual Members’ Meeting virtually. Of course, whilst it is always nice to meet in...


The Lancashire SAFE (Sexual Assault Forensic Examination) Centre at Royal Preston Hospital provides forensic examinations, advice and comprehensive support services for people of all ages who make a complaint of rape or sexual assault. Granada Reports will be airing a news report about the Centre tonight at 6:30pm! The Centre is the country's first purpose-built...


A new initiative to fight eating disorders has been funded by Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity, boosted by a £94,000 grant from NHS Charities Together.  The two-year Healthier Thinking for Me project, run by Spring North Consortium with a host of community-based partners, has already supported over 23 young people in Lancashire and South Cumbria.  The project is...


Today is the day to ask... 'Are you alright'? Today is the day to talk about anxiety. Today is the day to talk about depression. Today is the day to talk about the biggest killer of men under the age of 50. Today is the day to talk to each other Today is World Mental Health...


A research project aimed at helping children and young people with neuromuscular conditions be more active has been supported by Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity. Research has shown that in children and adolescents, parental perceptions are one of the key barriers and facilitators of physical activity, recreational sport, and sedentary behaviour. The charity’s support allowed...

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