Patients are to benefit from a new way of working which will see them getting a quick diagnosis, swift treatment and be kept out of a hospital bed wherever possible.
In response to the global Coronavirus pandemic, healthcare staff at Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Goole hospitals as well as those who work in the community, are being trained in psychological first aid.
Healthcare leaders across Northern Lincolnshire and East Riding of Yorkshire are urging people to think carefully and support their local NHS during the second wave of the Coronavirus pandemic.
New ways of working and technologies have been adopted by Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust as part of its response to COVID-19 to ensure it can continue to treat patients.
A new website has launched in Humber, Coast and Vale to help pregnant women stop smoking – with their loved ones also encouraged to quit at the same time to help them succeed in kicking the habit.
Lighting up parts of the hospital, providing books for bereaved families and virtual services are just some of the things Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust is doing during this year’s Baby Loss Awareness Week.
People are being reminded of the importance of having a conversation about organ and tissue donation with their family or friends on World Sight Day (Thursday 8 October), as the latest statistics from NHS Blood and Transplant show patients across the country face longer waits for cornea transplants due to a drop in available corneas
Women have praised a new way of working in local Maternity services which gives them access to a named midwife throughout their pregnancy.