Patients across Cheshire are some of the first in the country to benefit from the introduction of a new digital ‘Care Record’ which means their health and social care information is shared across multiple agencies – removing the need to repeat the same information to multiple agencies.
A patient who spent 57 days in a coma after contracting the flu virus is urging the people who cared for him to get the flu jab.
Miles Negus, a married father of two, never imagined that his life would almost be cut short from flu, but that is exactly what happened when he returned home from a family skiing trip to Austria earlier this year.
Please see below the regional position following media speculation in regards to the future of our hospitals, in which we clarify there are no current plans to close The Countess.
We can confirm that there are no current plans to develop a single site hospital for Wirral and Cheshire.
An Ellesmere Port father is doing a sponsored walk to raise money for the Countess of Chester Hospital after its stroke unit helped him to walk his daughter down the aisle.
Paul Holding, 60, is taking part in Walk for Wards in the Countess of Chester Country Park on 9 October to thank the therapists that enabled him to be there on his daughter Emma’s big day.
An organ donation memorial has been officially opened at the Countess.
The multi-coloured Circle of Light window will be a permanent tribute to all patients and families who choose to save others through organ donation.
Chairman Sir Duncan Nichol unveiled a plaque to sit alongside the stain glass memorial at a ceremony attended by staff, governors and patients’ relatives this week.
Volunteers from the Countess of Chester Hospital have been featured in Chester Voluntary Action’s (CVA) 1,001 Faces of Volunteering exhibition.
(left to right) Anastasia Tilston, artistic director at Chester Art Centre; Paul Davies, development worker at Chester Voluntary Action; Sue Cornick, volunteers coordinator at Countess of Chester Hospital; John Buchanan, education manager at Chester Aid to the Homeless.
Health chiefs officially marked the launch of the Health for Life programme, by rolling up their sleeves and getting stuck in.
On Thursday 18 August, senior NHS leaders showed their support for the Health for Life programme at the Countess of Chester Country Park by joining in one of the popular weekly health sessions.
Staff at the Countess of Chester Hospital have been channelling the spirit of the Rio 2016 Olympics by showcasing exercises people can do anywhere.
During the Games it can be easy to find inspiration to take up a sport or exercise more, only for the demands of daily life to soon get in the way.
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