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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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15th October 2020

Hospital Supporter publishes heartfelt memoir of late wife

A national cricket reporter has published a memoir of his late wife, who was treated for breast cancer at Warwick Hospital’s Aylesford Unit before sadly passing away in 2019.

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The Rapid Response team reflects on overnight success in South Warwickshire

15th October 2020

The Rapid Response team reflects on overnight success in South Warwickshire

The Rapid Response service which provides overnight support and care for patients, their families and carers in South Warwickshire launched on 29th April 2019. During its first year from May 2019 to April 2020 the team carried out 1,378 visits and prevented hospital admission or delayed care through 111 for 1,329 patients.

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Local health organisations highlight the importance of good hand hygiene to protect our population this winter

13th October 2020

Local health organisations highlight the importance of good hand hygiene to protect our population this winter

Health and care organisations across Warwickshire urge you to do the right thing for your family, friends and community by regularly washing your hands to protect against serious viruses.

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8th October 2020

Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020

Healthcare partners and local charities across Coventry and Warwickshire are supporting Baby Loss Awareness Week 2020 by releasing a short film aimed at anyone who has been affected in any way by pregnancy loss or the death of a baby.

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30th September 2020

Urgent Care in South Warwickshire this Winter

Coronavirus has had a huge impact of all aspects of healthcare. The pandemic bought new challenges and demands which all healthcare providers had to respond to quickly. As a result of this South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust and South Warwickshire Clinical Commissioning Group, temporarily closed the Minor Injuries Unit at Stratford Hospital and the First Aid Centre at Ellen Badger Hospital. This was to ensure staff could care for patients where they were most needed.

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22nd September 2020

Coventry and Warwickshire set to introduce Integrated Care Records

Patients’ health and care records in Coventry and Warwickshire will soon be available electronically to authorised health and social care practitioners.

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22nd September 2020

Annual Flu Jab

The health and social care service’s most senior clinicians and leaders have urged their frontline colleagues to get their annual flu jab as soon as possible, as the first vaccine deliveries start to reach local employers this week

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Trust is delighted to reappoint Chairman

17th September 2020

Trust is delighted to reappoint Chairman

South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust is pleased to announce that Russell Hardy has been reappointed as Chairman of the Board of Directors and Council of Governors.

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27th August 2020

Annual meeting

Public invited to virtual annual meeting for local NHS services. On Thursday 10 September 2020, South Warwickshire NHS Foundation Trust is holding their Annual Council of Governors’ & Members’ Meeting virtually and members of the public are invited to attend.

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18th August 2020

Newly qualified Warwick nurse who saved man’s life during flight up for top award

A man whose life was saved at 38,00ft by a nurse who had yet to graduate has nominated her for a prestigious award. James Birch suffered a cardiac arrest on the long-haul flight but Isobel Corrie answered the call for help despite having just finished her nursing degree.

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