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East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust - Safe, Personal and Effective care from our hospitals (Burnley, Blackburn, Accrington, Clitheroe, Pendle) and community nurses in East Lancs and Blackburn with Darwen.
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East Lancashire health Economy
The East Lancashire Health Economy Formulary has been developed in ...
Outpatient Appointment Booking
The Outpatient Appointment Booking team handles the booking of new and follow up appointments for consultant-led services.
Community Adult Occupational Therapy
is a health care profession which provides services to people whose ability to function in daily life has been disrupted. This may be due to physical illness or injury, developmental problems, the aging process or mental health.
Gastroenterology
 
Patients
 
In-Patient Guide
 
Before you come into Hospital
Your Family Doctor Please let your family doctor/GP know ...
Your stay, what to bring?
When you arrive On the ward you will be ...
When You Leave
From admission to hospital, staff will talk with you ...
Patient Information
In-patient information whilst at Hospital
Bedside Entertainment
Hospital TV, Telephone and Multimedia system for Patients
Facilities
 
Out-Patient Guide
The information contained in this page is designed to ...
Your Appointment
Out-Patient Information for your Appointment
Self Check-In
The kiosks are designed to allow patients to self-check ...
When You Get Here
Tablets and Medicines It is very important that you ...
When You Leave
Admission / Waiting List If the doctor decides that ...
Day Case Surgery
A day case patient will come into hospital, have their operation or treatment and go home the same day. East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust have two Day Case Units, one at Burnley General Hospital and one at Royal Blackburn Hospital.
Admission Procedure
Please follow any instructions included in your admission letter.  ...
What to bring
Please keep to the minimum as we have very ...
Patient Experience
The NHS friends and family test is an important opportunity for you to provide feedback on the care and treatment you receive and to improve services.
Feedback on our Organisation
We value your comments, compliments and suggestions about services ...
Friends and Family
This is a two question survey asking whether you would recommend our services to your friends and family
Transparency Project
 
PLACE
The PLACE (Patient – Led Assessments of Care Environment) assessment was introduced in April 2013, PLACE is a government initiative to ensure that the assessment process is impartial and is based on a patients perceptive and experience. This assessment will replace the former PEAT assessment process.
Healthwatch
Healthwatch Lancashire information and contact details.
Patient Reminder Service
The Trust operates a text and phone call service ...
Food Services
We produce high quality nutritionally balanced meals for all inpatients
General Office / Bereavement Care Services
The General Office Team offers support to the relatives and friends of people who have died in hospital. We wish to offer our sincere sympathy to you, your family and friends in your bereavement.
Research
 
ELHT&Me
The Trust has re-launched its charitable funds with a ...
Fundraisers
Masjid e Tauheedul Mosque The first donation to ...
Hospitals & Locations
 
Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital
The Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital provides a ...
Burnley General Teaching Hospital
Burnley General Teaching Hospital provides a full range ...
Lancashire Women & Newborn Centre
Lancashire Women and Newborn Centre (LWNC) opened its doors ...
Pendle Community Hospital
Pendle Community Hospital in Nelson provides in-patient intermediate ...
Accrington Victoria Hospital
 
Clitheroe Community Hospital
 
Community Locations
Accrington PALS Primary Health Care Centre 1 Paradise Street, Accrington, ...
Location Maps
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Rossendale Primary Health Care Centre
 
Media/News
 
CEO Blog
 
Publications
 
Expenditure over £25,000
Trust Monthly Expenditure over £25,000
NHS National Publications
 
Organisational Structures
ELHT Organisational Structures for Trust Board, Executive and Divisional Management Structures.
Safe Staffing Data
 
Filming and Consent
 
Our Trust, Your News
 
Visitors
We welcome and encourage visitors and the involvement of ...
Shops & Restaurants
Blackburn Grane Restaurant      Located on level 2 Opening Times          ...
Work for us
 
Trust Opportunities
 
Volunteering
We currently have around 400 volunteers who donate their ...
Who can volunteer?
We would like to hear from you if you ...
Why volunteer?
 
What do volunteers do?
 
Bank Staff
To supplement our permanent team and help with peaks ...
Why join?
Bank Staff allows us to support areas with additional staff when needed.
How do I join?
To ensure quality of care and that our standards ...
FAQ's
What happens when I am accepted? Once all the ...
Work Experience
In some instances East Lancashire Hospitals Trust can offer ...
Cadets
We provide placements for Cadets who are studying the ...
Careers in the NHS
find a job, current vacancies, NHS
Apprenticeships
Are you,or do you have friends and family, including those due to leave school this year, who may be interested in apprenticeships within ELHT?
Questions not answered? - Contact us
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Return to Practice
Return to Nursing / Practice information
Why work for us?
working for us, staff benefits, counselling, staff gym, corporate gym membership
Health & Well-being
On-site Fitness Centres Staff fitness centres are available at ...
Staff Benefits
Health Service Discounts ( formerly known as NHS Discounts) Health ...
Staff Support Services
Retirement Fellowship The retirement fellowship meets on a monthly ...
Your application process
Your application is the only information we use when ...
Completing our application form
Once you have searched our vacancies and found a ...
Interview Tips
If your submitted application meets the criteria for the ...
Interview success - next steps
After the interviewers have considered their notes and any ...
Therapy resources OLD
This resource only currently hold the Clinical Skills ...
Our Vacancies
 
Special Measures Update
Information on the Keogh review and CQC report
Keogh Information
On February 6 2013, the Prime Minister announced that he had asked Professor Sir Bruce Keogh, NHS Medical Director for England, to review the quality of care and treatment provided by those NHS trusts and NHS foundation trusts that are persistent outliers on mortality indicators. A total of 14 hospital trusts were investigated as part of this review. The review was guided by the NHS values set out in the NHS Constitution and underpinned by the following key principles: Patient and public participation Listening to the views of staff Openness and transparency Co-operation between organisations