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A Memorial Garden aimed at providing a lasting tribute to lives lost has been selected by Aviva to benefit from their community fund.  The Aviva Community Fund celebrates and supports charities doing great work all over the UK, providing thousands of causes with funding, skills and resources to help them develop and innovate in this...


Lancashire Teaching Hospitals has joined up with health care partners across the region to light up green for Children’s Mental Health Week. It follows an announcement that Health leaders in Lancashire and South Cumbria have been awarded over £10m of investment to improve children’s mental health and emotional wellbeing . Royal Preston Hospital, which...


Lancashire Teaching Hospitals proudly supports LGBT+ History Month 2022  The month of February marks LGBT+ History month which Lancashire Teaching Hospitals is proud to support. It is a month-long, annual celebration of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans, and Non-Binary history, including the history of LGBT+ rights and related civil rights movements.   In the United Kingdom it is...


Have YOU got what it takes? Are you interested in becoming a hospital governor? How would you like to be the voice for your community and have the chance to make a difference? We are looking for foundation trust members to join the Council of Governors at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Governors are...


Construction works on the Nightingale Surge Hub Preston has been completed. The hub is a high quality and well equipped space, which will be used for low acuity patients who do not have Covid, with the additional bed base allowing us to free up space within Lancashire’s emergency departments and within its hospitals. The...


The NHS and care services across Lancashire and South Cumbria continues to see sustained levels of pressure, with high levels of bed occupancy, from the impact Omicron has had on hospital admissions in recent weeks, high staff absences due to Covid-19, and high demand for services as a result of annual winter pressures, all coming...


Two babies born at home during the festive period have made the history books at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals. The excitement and anticipation of birth in maternity services is heightened on special days of the year such as Christmas and New Year’s Day as parents-to-be, and maternity staff, patiently wait to see which baby will...


The NHS, particularly in the North West, suffers from a chronic shortage of doctors. Demands on staff have increased greatly, and Britain’s medical schools haven’t been able to keep up with the demand. For a long time, we have relied on attracting doctors from overseas to come and join the NHS. However, it...

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