Latest News — articles for August 2021
University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust (UHP) and Livewell Southwest have worked together in countless different ways to deliver healthcare to people in the Plymouth area, but their relationship has never been expressed in art - until now.Read " A ‘bloomin’ thank you’ from local artist…"
Following the announcement of the System Oversight Framework positions, in which University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust has been rated in Segment 4, the category of most concern, Chief Executive Ann James.Read " Statement on System Oversight Framework …"
We are shocked and saddened by last night’s events in the Keyham area of Plymouth and extend our sincere and heartfelt condolences to the family and friends of all those affected.Read " Statement on Yesterday's Tragic Events…"
A new system that ensures patient safety through the efficient coordination of medical tasks across wards at night-time has successfully launched at University Hospitals Plymouth (UHP).Read " The digital transformation continues wit…"
The team at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust (UHP) has joined a multi-centred regional assessment to use Brainomix software to help stroke patients and save lives. Every year, around 100,000 people in the UK suffer a stroke and Brainomix software uses artificial intelligence to interpret scans and identify the right treatment, faster. This gives stroke teams vital extra minutes to treat patients and ensure the best possible outcomes. UHP (working in collaboration with other trusts in Devon and Cornwall) is one of five networks in the UK within this programme of works. The system is in wide use nationally with over 50 UK centres and over 8000 cases processed per month.Read " Artificial intelligence is saving lives …"
Healthcare workers at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust have been beating rush-hour traffic with the introduction of a new e-bike scheme.Read " Healthcare staff beat the traffic with e…"