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News Report Page 1 of 34
Publication Date:-
2019-07-27
News reports located on this page = 4.

Fun Open Day behind the scenes at Ormskirk Hospital

To coincide with the Annual General Meeting, you are invited to meet the teams, tour departments and watch demonstrations.

A job fair in the Education Centre will include interviews for live roles, and the chance to meet some of the people who work in the Hospital. Find out more about what it is like to be an F1 Doctor, an ODP or work SAU (and find out what all the acronyms mean!)  The Ormskirk District General Hospital's Menopause Consultant and her Holistic Team of experts will be running a drop in advice session, at 10am, before the main open day starts, for anyone needing help with symptoms...

Come along to find out more about the work the Ormskirk District General Hospital staff do.  Also bring along a teddy to visit our plaster clinic, enjoy delicious food, get your face painted, or even try your hand at basic 1st Aid and Resus skills.

Keep an eye on Ormskirk District General Hospital's Facebook or Twitter for more details.

Parking is free on the day; barriers will remain up until midnight.

In short...

WHAT - Ormskirk District General Hospital is holding a family friendly:- 'Community Open Day!'

WHERE? -Various locations around the Hospital: the restaurant and adjacent outside area, tours, Education Centre towards the rear of the Hospital and the Baby Garden...

WHEN - Saturday, 7 September 2019...

TIMES:-

10am to 11am - Menopause Lounge in the restaurant...

11am to 3pm main event open to all including stalls, tours, demonstrations.

11am to 12noon - Trust AGM in the Education Centre.

12noon to 3pm - Job Fair in the Education Centre.


Merseyside Police are asking for witnesses to incident on Albert Road, Southport to come forward

MERSEYSIDE Police are appealing for witnesses following an incident in Albert Road, opposite Southport Police Station, in the early hours of Saturday, 27 July 2019. We are told that Ambulance Crews, at 4.25am, found an injured male lying in the road. It's believed the male came off the electric cycle he had been riding. The male was then taken to Hospital where he sadly passed away. Enquiries are ongoing to establish the circumstances of what happened. It's not believed he was in collision with another vehicle. Members of the public are believed to have stopped at the scene and Merseyside Police are appealing for anyone who is able to assist in the investigation to call then via:- 101, quoting:- 'Log 256 - 27 July.' As of yet Police have not revealed the identity of the individual.
 


Lancashire Care celebrates achieving Phase 1 Triangle of Care

LANCASHIRE Care NHS Foundation Trust has received national accreditation from The Carers Trust in recognition for working collaboratively with service users and carers, and for its commitment to changing the culture of the organisation to 1 that is inclusive and supportive.

The Trust has been working together with its service users and carers in order to improve mental health care and experience. As a result, it is pleased to announce that it has now achieved phase 1 Triangle of Care, which was initially developed to improve mental health acute services by adopting 6 key principles.

Achieving phase 1, involved the Trust and its carers working in partnership to complete a self assessment for mental health inpatients units and crisis teams. Following the self-assessment both the Trust and its carers worked together to identify what needed to change to ensure that carers are part of the core business of the Trust.

The Carers Trust then reviewed the self assessment process, and the Trust's partnership working with carers agencies, carers and services and subsequent improvement actions. To date, the Trust has 500 members of staff who have now received carer awareness training and this has positively impacted on the number of carers assessments accessed. The Trust is now working to complete phase 2 Triangle of Care over the next 2 years, this will be completed across community mental health teams, who will continue to evidence the progress across the Trust's wards and teams.

Sarah Harrison, Head of Experience at Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust said:- "We are extremely proud to have achieved phase 1 Triangle of Care, but even more so that we have achieved this by working together with the people who use our services and their carers. Ensuring that carers are recognised, listened to and supported is a huge priority for the Trust and the Experience Team and services have worked really hard to ensure that this is the case. This is a huge step forward for the Trust, in terms of our culture around carers and we look forward to continuing this approach and working towards the next phase!"

For more information about the Trust please visit:- LancashireCare.NHS.UK or for more information about the Triangle of Care please visit:- Carers.Org.


Appeal after bike thefts at Stations on Merseyside

BRITISH Transport Police Officers have reported a number of bike thefts, on Wednesday, 10 July 2019, at Stations on Merseyside.  The 1st was at Seaforth and Litherland Station, at 12pm, the 2nd happened at Hall Road Station, at 2pm and the 3rd took place at Blundellsands and Crosby Station at 4pm. In total 6 bikes were taken; 2 from each Station. Investigators believe the 2 men they have captured on CCTV as part of their investigation. They would also like to speak to a 3rd man who is suspected to have been involved in the theft at Blundellsands and Crosby station. The 3rd is described as white, aged in his early 20's, with short ginger hair and of a very slim build. He was wearing a black tracksuit and black Nike trainers with a white logo. Anyone who knows him or the others are being asked to contact BTP by texting:- 61016 or by calling:- 0800 40 50 40 and quoting reference number:- '1900059723.'

 
      
 
   
 
 
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