Latest news stories from ELHT
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Al-khair Foundation, a well-known international charity that assists with many local and national issues, including loneliness and mental health, have donated £500 to local hospital charity ELHT&Me as part of a mental health initiative for patients at East Lancashire Hospitals Trust (ELHT).
Patients requiring potentially life-changing investigations are benefitting from a new, state-of-the-art scanner installed last month at the Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital.
East Lancashire Hospitals Trust hosted a special event during Organ Donation Week to raise awareness of organ donation and talking about decisions with family members.
Inpatients rate East Lancashire Hospitals best in region
Inpatients rate East Lancashire’s five NHS hospitals as the best in Lancashire and South Cumbria, according to new data from the NHS Friends and Family Test (FFT) survey.
Campaign launched by the NHS in East Lancashire to protect families against flu
NHS Blackburn with Darwen Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG), NHS East Lancashire CCG and East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust (ELHT) are once again targeting families this year in a major drive to protect them from flu.
National Compassionate Care Accolade for Hospital Maternity Staff
East Lancashire Hospitals’ reputation for compassionate care was confirmed last week when maternity staff from the Lancashire Women and Newborn Centre won the NHS70 Kate Granger Award for Compassionate Care 2018.
Additional funding to assist with urgent and emergency health care
Bosses at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust are pleased to announce that a new Ambulatory Emergency Care Unit (AECU) will open at the Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital on Friday 14 September 2018.