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20th April 2022

Case Study: Jonathan's story after being supported by Hospital to Home

Jonathan was taken to hospital after a fall. Following his inpatient stay, the Hospital to Home service identified a number of opportunities to work with other agencies to enhance Joanathan’s life and ensure he is well supported and in a safe environment.

Thanks to these referrals and links with other services Joanathan has now benefitted from access to social opportunities, support and advice on his long-term needs and changes to make his home safer.

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Warwickshire hospitals toughen stance on abusive behaviour

24th August 2021

Warwickshire hospitals toughen stance on abusive behaviour

​George Eliot Hospital NHS Trust and South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust have reinforced their zero tolerance stance on racism, discrimination and violent behaviours through a joint campaign backed by Warwickshire Police. The campaign, which highlights that incidences will be reported to Warwickshire Police and could result in treatment being withdrawn, was rolled out across the trusts’ sites and on their social media channels at the start of this month. This was after extensive discussions with the Black, Asian, and Minority Ethnic (BAME) and other trust Networks about the design concept and campaign wording.

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15th July 2021

​Coventry and Warwickshire health system comes together to issue open letter on Covid concerns

Health leaders in Coventry and Warwickshire have sent an open letter to residents, calling on them to be careful when COVID restrictions ease on Monday (19 July).

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29th June 2021

Roll up! Roll up! Come and get your Covid vaccination at this weekend’s walk-in clinics

Local health and care leaders are asking people across Coventry and Warwickshire to roll up at a pop-up vaccination clinic and roll up their sleeves to get their vital first or second doses of the vaccine this weekend.

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Invitation to online event: Coventry and Warwickshire Integrated Care Record

1st June 2021

Invitation to online event: Coventry and Warwickshire Integrated Care Record

The Integrated Care Record (ICR) has been introduced by your local NHS organisations and local authorities to improve care for everyone living in Coventry and Warwickshire. We’d like to invite you to take part in an online event to find out more about the ICR and help influence its next steps.

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Refurb to improve birthing environment for local mums-to-be

11th May 2021

Refurb to improve birthing environment for local mums-to-be

Our Trust has developed two of its birthing rooms at Warwick Hospital to create an improved private and homely birth setting for expectant Warwickshire mothers.

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The Rigby Foundation helps local cancer patient’s access world class treatment

17th March 2021

The Rigby Foundation helps local cancer patient’s access world class treatment

In 2020 the Rigby Foundation generously funded a unique nursing post to connect cancer patients at South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust with access to new and innovative cancer therapies and clinical trials.

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Staff at the heart of local NHS services

11th March 2021

Staff at the heart of local NHS services

After what has been the hardest year for the NHS, it is fantastic that South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust have been able to maintain some of the best staff survey results in the NHS – highlighting how staff really are at the heart of everything the ‘outstanding’ trust does.

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​Royal recognition for local Maternity Services

5th March 2021

​Royal recognition for local Maternity Services

In 2020 South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust were awarded the prestigious Midwifery Service of the Year in the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) annual awards. Following this success the Trust’s Maternity team were invited to a private virtual event with Her Royal Highness The Princess Royal, Patron of The Royal College of Midwives which took place on Friday 5 March.

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