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The Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity has received nearly £4000 in donations following their successful Rainbow Run. The virtual event ran from 5th-25th October, and supporters were encouraged to raise funds by setting their own challenge, choosing their own distance, location and form of exercise, be it running walking or cycling. The Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity...


Running enthusiast and local woman Helen Witter has completed the famous Land’s End to John O’Groats challenge to support Royal Preston Hospital’s Research team. Raising more than £500 so far, Inglewhite resident Helen took on the mammoth challenge after a number of marathons and half marathons she had entered and trained for were...


A team at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals has won a national award for their work in supporting colleagues and volunteers during the coronavirus pandemic. The Clinical Applications Training & Support Department won the Best Covid-19 Training Solution category in the prestigious Health Tech Digital Awards 2020 for their work to develop online training resources as social distancing measures...


At the quarterly LTHTR Council of Governors meeting on 22 October the Trust’s governors discussed how we were inspired by the amazing levels of skill, personal commitment, compassion, flexibility and resilience of all Lancashire Teaching Hospitals staff displayed through these unprecedented times during the Covid-19 pandemic. Governors are continuously kept informed of the pressures and...


We are delighted to announce that several members of our staff were nominated for the ICS (Intensive Care Society) Awards, held virtually on Tuesday 20th October. The ICS Awards aim to recognise, celebrate and share the exceptional achievements of the whole multi-professional critical care team. The ICS invited applications for a team(s), colleague(s)...


The family of a little girl whose life was saved by staff at the Neonatal Unit at Royal Preston Hospital have raised more than £600 for the unit from donations received for her first birthday. Mae McGowan-Etheridge was seriously ill when she was born on October 8 last year and is making the donation through Baby Beat,...


A Scarecrow Trail in Fulwood will raise funds for Baby Beat, the charity supporting services for babies and parents at maternity services run in Preston and Chorley by Lancashire Teaching Hospitals. The We Are Fulwood community group has organised the fun half-term event running from 9am on Sunday October 25 to Sunday November 1. Organisers Joanne Singh...


Photo: Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Deputy Divisional Nurse Director for Medicine (left) and Clinical Business Manager Karen Hatch accept the donation from Gujarat Hindu Society Vice-President Ishwerbhai Tailor. Generous members of Preston’s Gujarat Hindu Society have made a donation of £7,000 that will be used to fund improvements in the Critical Care Unit and Renal Ward...

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