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06Jun

Unfortunately we are experiencing significant problems with the Recruitment inbox currently so any emails sent to Recruit@lthtr.nhs.uk are not being received and are being bounced back to sender.  In the interim whilst we work with IT to fix this problem, can you send emails to Recruit.Forms@lthtr.nhs.uk. Any forms...

06Jun

The Baby Beat charity team are hosting a Grand Day Out! Do you fancy joining us? Our fun-filled fundraiser takes place on Wednesday 13th July at The Flower Bowl Entertainment Centre, at Brock, north of Preston. The day will commence with a two-hour curling session as we take to the ice and receive coaching and...

01Jun

Happy Pride month! Every June, in the month where the famous 1969 Stonewall riots occurred in the USA, we celebrate pride month and this year marks 50 years since the first Pride march was held in the UK. Pride month is a time where we celebrate people across the gender and sexuality spectrum, highlighting that no-one should...

01Jun

Clinical teams working hard across Lancashire and South Cumbria’s health system are asking for the support of the local communities as we head towards the Jubilee Bank Holiday. The extended bank holiday will see more people come together; and whilst this is a thing to be celebrated after the last two years, it does...

01Jun

UKHSA has advised that cases of monkeypox have increased recently but the risk to the UK population remains low. Advice from UKHSA is that this is because the virus does not usually spread easily between people. It can be passed on through close person-to-person contact or contact with items used by a person who has...

31May

  I met HRH Prince of Wales during his official visit to Oman in 1995 when I was PA to the Ambassador at the British Embassy. I was introduced to him with a colleague as we had worked on his programme and admin arrangements for the visit (I'm the redhead shaking his hand).   I also had the...

30May

Number Six is not only the central character in the 1967–1968 television series but also the average number of weeks from first appointment to operation for cataract surgery at our specialist centre in Chorley. Yes that's right - only 6 weeks. More here: https://www.lancsteachinghospitals.nhs.uk/ophthalmology-specialist-services

25May

  Lancashire Teaching Hospitals is working with the Twins Trust to enhance the care provided to mothers who experience a multiple pregnancy.   The Twins Trust Maternity Engagement Project will help the Trust improve compliance the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) guidance for twins and triplets as advised in the recent Ockenden report.     Adoption...

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