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Neonatal and maternity charity Baby Beat has funded a life-saving baby resuscitation unit for the Emergency Department at Royal Preston Hospital. The Panda Resuscitaire unit will ensure babies born in the emergency department are kept warm and safe before being transferred to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. The...


The NHS is anticipating an extremely busy weekend for our 999-emergency and 111-health advice services this Easter Bank Holiday weekend. To help ensure everyone who needs help gets the appropriate care, we want to encourage the public to use NHS 111 online, The 111 online service offers patients quick advice and the best options...


Last year, a team of three runners from Radiology here at the Trust took on Preston’s Guild Wheel (in the pouring rain!) to raise funds for Baby Beat. They succeeded in running the whole 21 mile route in under four hours, and raised over £1,000 in sponsorship for their efforts! This year, event organiser Magda Borkowska...


  On Tuesday, 19th April 2022, “Public Wi-Fi” will be rebranded to “NHS Wi-Fi”.   Users who are connected to “Public Wi-Fi” will be disconnected and will need to reconnect their devices to the new “NHS Wi-Fi”.   This free Wi-Fi is available to patients and staff at our sites.   The change is part of NHS Digital’s initiative...


A Research Matron from Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust represented the North West at this year’s Women of the Year Luncheon & Awards Ceremony. The annual awards aim to highlight and celebrate the achievements of exceptional women across the UK while helping to raise funds for their chosen charities, which includes NHS Charities Together....


The parents and carers of more than 145,000 children aged five to 11 in Lancashire and South Cumbria can now book a COVID-19 vaccination, with appointments available from today (Monday 4 April 2022). The National Booking Service is now open and allowing the parents of children who are between five and 11 to book their COVID-19 vaccines as the largest...


You will see this logo more and more across our wards as we encourage all patients to contribute to their case notes both prior to admission and during their stay with us. Read more here


The Covid-19 Pandemic has resulted in thousands more patients being given tracheostomies as breathing tubes. These patients cannot pass air over their vocal cords, rendering them “voiceless.” To communicate is a basic human need. This became the origin of the SRAVI concept.” SRAVI  uses AI algorithms to decipher speech from lip movements. Patients simply need...

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