Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Wall of Fame
Our wall of fame. Will you spot your consultant? Will you spot your colleague? Will you spot your friend? Who you will see are dedicated professionals. You will see one team together providing excellent care with compassion.
GP from Lancashire and South Cumbria recognised for significant contribution to public health
One of Lancashire and South Cumbria’s lead GPs has been recognised for his significant contribution to public health. Dr Andy Knox, local GP and associate medical director for population health across Lancashire and South Cumbria has been offered a Membership through Distinction to the Faculty of Public Health (FPH). FPH is a membership organisation...
A message from Amanda Pritchard, NHS Chief Executive
Dear colleague Today marks a pivotal moment for the NHS. Each of the 42 integrated care systems is now legally underpinned by an NHS integrated care board and an integrated care partnership, whose task is to drive the delivery of better, more efficient and joined-up care for patients, improvements in physical and mental health, and reductions...
Pride Month - Attraction
Like sex, attraction isn’t really a component of gender. However, we often conflate sexual orientation with gender, or categorize the attraction we experience in gendered ways. Attraction is often divided into romantic and sexual attraction. Either of these can be based on any part of the genderbread person or none of them at all....
Platinum Award for Sister Anne
Sister Anne, who retired recently from being a volunteer at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals after 24 years of loyal uninterrupted service, has been awarded a Platinum Jubilee Award One of only 490 awards to be presented by Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall, on behalf of The Royal Voluntary Society, to celebrate extraordinary volunteers who go the...
Pride Month - Gender Expression
Gender expression is the ways you present gender, through your actions, clothing, demeanour, and more. Your outward-facing self, and how that’s interpreted by others based on gender norms. If we try to describe masculinity or femininity, we find that it is highly dependent on your culture, your upbringing and who you’re asking. Blue...
Father Andrew Allman, the Catholic Priest at St Clare’s and current Chaplin at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals is moving on, having been given unexpected promotion. We agree to meet in the chapel at the Royal Preston Hospital. He arrives unannounced with the air of someone on a mission and that every moment counts and yet...
Martin and Liz step forward in faith
For two colleagues, this Saturday is a pivotal moment in their careers, both within the Trust and the Church of England family Martin is as always charming and welcoming, whilst Liz is earnestly eating her lunch before returning to her busy schedule in the physiotherapy department Martin McDonald is the lead chaplain for Lancashire teaching...