Biomedical Scientists at the Countess showcased their work with a display stand in Outpatients 3 on Thursday, 19 July.
The team joined their colleagues from across the country in raising awareness of the second annual Biomedical Science Day, which has been organised by the Institute of Biomedical Science (IBMS).
West Cheshire has been identified as one of the 20 “most improved” areas in the country for one-year cancer survival.
The All-Party Parliamentary Group on Cancer has commended West Cheshire for improving one-year cancer survival rates every year since 2000, including a rise from 69.
Cheshire Police have issued an update on their investigation into our neonatal unit. To read their latest statement visit: https://www.cheshire.police.uk/news-and-appeals/news/update-on-countess-of-chester-hospital-neonatal-unit-investigation/
A spokesperson for the Countess of Chester Hospital NHS Foundation Trust said: “We are continuing to support Cheshire Police with their ongoing investigation.
Cheshire Police have issued an update on their investigation into our neonatal unit. To read their latest statement visit: https://bit.ly/2tZo3UJ
Countess of Chester Hospital Medical Director Ian Harvey said: “We are continuing to support Cheshire Police with their ongoing investigation.
The Countess of Chester Hospital is set to become the first NHS organisation in England to pilot a new Sexual Orientation Monitoring Information Standard.
Released by NHS Digital in October 2017, the NHS Information Standard for Sexual Orientation Monitoring will help The Countess better meet the needs of Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual (LGB) people through improved data collection.
A Tarporley grandmother has received a letter from Buckingham Palace after writing to The Queen to praise staff at the Countess of Chester Hospital.
Betty Walker, 80, has been so impressed by the care she has received this year after being diagnosed with cancer that she kept saying ‘if I could tell The Queen I would’.
Over £1500 has been raised by Emergency Department staff from The Countess of Chester for a children’s cancer charity in memory of a colleague who died earlier this month.
Pamela Blaylock, a Nursing Assistant, passed away peacefully on 5 June, aged 49 after a short battle with cancer.
Dr Josh Deb-Barman, Specialty Doctor and Rota Co-ordinator for Care of the Elderly and Stroke Medicine, is the latest Countess Gem of the month winner.
Josh, who was nominated by 12 colleagues, is the latest winner of the staff recognition scheme which encourages employees from all areas to nominate anyone they believe deserves special praise.
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