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A consultant oncologist at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals has taken part in one of the country’s most-loved TV shows. Dr Alison Birtle, who works at Royal Preston Hospital, took to the stage with Michael Ball as part of the NHS Voices of Care Choir, to sing a moving rendition of You’ll Never Walk Alone...


This year, the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Charity team are holding an online Christmas Raffle to help raise funds to support patients being treated at Royal Preston Hospital and Chorley and South Ribble Hospital this Christmas. For £1 a ticket, participants can be in with a chance of winning big, with top prizes including a 65 inch HD 4...


Today is International Day of Persons with Disabilities, and Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Foundation Trust is marking the day during our public Board meeting, taking place this afternoon. 28 years ago, the United Nations called for an international day of celebration for people living with disabilities, to be held on 3rd December every year. The day is...


One of Our Nurses Hello everyone! I am a registered nurse, who has worked at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust for the last five years. I am currently living with rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome, which are life-long and debilitating conditions. These can be a daily struggle due to the pain and fatigue,...


The reintroduction of car parking charges at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals will be in place for patients and visitors from Monday 30th November. This is in line with the approach taken by East Lancashire Teaching Hospitals and University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay.   We have been very pleased to provide free car parking to staff, visitors and...


NHS staff at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals are set to benefit from state of the art sleep pods to enable them to catch up on much-needed sleep after long shifts. The sleep pods will give frontline clinical staff a peaceful and relaxing space to go to catch up on sleep before either returning to work or...


A two-year project aimed at providing extra training for health care professionals who support cancer patients across Lancashire and South Cumbria is being made permanent. The Cancer and End of Life Education Hub, which was first funded by the Rosemere Cancer Foundation, delivers free education and training on the prevention of cancer, early detection, treatment...


An annual Christmas shopping event, which usually takes place at Barton Village Hall, has gone virtual this year due to Covid-19 restrictions. The event, hosted by long-time Baby Beat supporter Rachel Lees with the support of her husband and family, will this year take place online with all proceeds going to the Lancashire Teaching Hospitals’...

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