The CQC follow-up inspection report into Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust shows a big improvement since last year. Plymouth Hospitals remains rated as Requires Improvement overall in the report published today, but the inspectors found that: “There had been progress in many of the areas where improvements had been required at the previous inspection.” (p2).Read " #bigimprovement in CQC Follow-up Inspect…"
Latest News — articles for November 2016
Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust is set to receive a gold award for supporting staff to become more physically active.Read " Exercise in the Workplace Scheme gains N…"
Staff from our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) were joined by mums, dads, babies and children yesterday to mark this year’s World Prematurity Day.Read " Our Neonatal Unit mark World Prematurity…"
Last month, staff from our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit travelled to the United Arab Emirates to help deliver the Newborn Life Support (NLS) course for the first time.Read " Plymouth helps deliver Newborn Life Supp…"
On Friday night, our Organisational Development Facilitator, Claire Underdown, was recognised for her empathetic approach, active listening, her focus on making changes to improve things for individuals and patients. For all of this and more, she was named as the winner of the ‘NHS Living the Values’ award at the South West Leadership Recognition Awards.Read " Claire recognised at regional awards for…"
We are pleased to announce the appointment of Reverend Andy Barton as our new Palliative Care and Oncology Chaplain from October 2016.Read " Appointment of Reverend Andy Barton as P…"
We’re incredibly proud to announce that we have six individuals shortlisted for awards at tonight’s South West Leadership Recognition Awards.Read " Six shortlisted leaders at tonight’s Lea…"
A big congratulations to the Finance and Performance Teams at Plymouth Hospitals NHS Trust for receiving a national award at the QuintilesIMS UK Patient Cost Benchmarking Awards.Read " Trust receives national award for increa…"
This month, a new antenatal service is being piloted for expectant mothers with a BMI of 30+ who are due in May 2017.Read " New antenatal service for expectant moth…"