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    • Jan09
      Diabetes: Alice’s New Year tips

      Do you have diabetes and have over indulged during the festive period? Or perhaps you have set 2017 as the year to take control of your diabetes with a few simple changes to help manage your condition? Countess of Chester Hospital dietitian Alice Fletcher has some helpful advice on how to make small but significant changes to your diet and exercise routine to help you start 2017 on the right track. ...Read more

    • Dec22
      Countess winter appeal

      One in three people are still using The Countess of Chester Hospital’s accident and emergency department for conditions that could be treated elsewhere. In the run up to its busiest winter months, the hospital has been reviewing cases from January to October 2016 to understand what it might be able to do differently to ease pressures at the front door. ...Read more

    • Dec21
      Christmas tree donation

      An Ellesmere Port couple have donated a Christmas tree to the Countess of Chester Hospital’s emergency department as a thank you to the staff. Chef Catalina Aman attended the emergency department after burning her arm in an accident at work at 8pm on Saturday 17 December. Her fiancé Marion Selmani, who stayed with Catalina as the staff took care of her, decided he wanted to give something back and spread a bit of Christmas cheer. ...Read more

    • Dec16
      Countess dietitian offers Christmas health tips for people with Diabetes

      Christmas is almost here and with it the parties and family gatherings that can so often lead to food and drink over indulgence. But how can people with diabetes manage their condition whilst still enjoying the festivities and spending time with family and friends? Alice Fletcher, Dietitian with the Diabetes Essentials service at the Countess of Chester Hospital has issued some advice for people with diabetes to follow so as to reduce the impact on their blood sugars. ...Read more

    • Dec09
      A&E is extremely busy at The Countess

      Please be aware that Accident and Emergency Services and the wider hospital are currently extremely busy at The Countess of Chester Hospital. Those with life-threatening and serious medical conditions are being seen as priority. Non-emergency cases may experience lengthy waits. Please check for alternative services that may be available from your local GP, pharmacist, NHS Choices website or through calling NHS 111. ...Read more

    • Nov30
      Renal unit donation

      A Chester family have donated pieces of artwork to the Countess of Chester Hospital to mark the one-year anniversary of a loved one’s passing. Lynn Cross, whose husband John died of a brain haemorrhage on 24 November last year, has given two paintings to the renal unit at the hospital where he received regular dialysis for nine years. ...Read more

    • Nov18
      Senior nurses visit Uganda on infection control mission

      Countess clinicians returned from a special trip to Uganda this week, where they have been supporting a rural hospital with reducing risks from the spread of infection. This visit was part of an 18 month programme between The Countess of Chester Hospital and Kisiizi Hospital in Uganda, made possible thanks to funding through a joint project with the Tropical Health Education Trust (THET) and the World Health Organisation (WHO). ...Read more

    • Nov16
      Sustainability and Transformation Plan for Cheshire and Merseyside

      "The Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) for Cheshire and Merseyside, sets out how the health and care system can remain fit for the future and respond successfully to the growing demands that are being placed on it, alongside ambitious ideas to improve the health of people living and working in the region. ...Read more

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