Library news - read all about it!
New library resource room @Learning Centre HRI Nowadays libraries provide much more than books. You don’t need to visit in person as most of our services can be accessed via the internet or via a quick email to us. Need a quiet place to work? There is now a room available with PCs with internet access and a printer and a desk to study. read more
Breaking the Cycle
This year, over Easter, our Trust will be joining in with the National Breaking the Cycle initiative. This is all about putting patients first by prioritising the services and activities that support safe and timely care and being responsive to delays and pressures in the system. (Our CEO Owen Williams has already referred to this in his welcome in this issue). read more
Food glorious food...
We have taken big steps to improve the choice and nutritional value of the meals on offer to our patients. This is your choice to find out more from our estates matron Chris Bentley who liaises between the wards and the catering teams to provide a quality service.. They are being held on Tues, April 14 in the Learning Centre at HRI at 12. read more
Doreen's donation to urology
Patient Doreen Whiteley has presented £175 from her 80th birthday donations to the urology dept at HRI. Doreen was a patient 10 years ago for surgery to remove a tumour. She was seen by our consultant urologist Mr Nic Bryan who removed it and he now sees her every year for a check-up. read more
Our new structure - find out more
As you know we are bringing CWF and DATs together to create a new division. We are holding a drop in session to tell you the background to this and hear your views on how you would like it to work. The session will be: Friday 17th April, 2pm – 3pm, Parentcraft room, CRH Please do come along and join in. read more
Tree-hee!. Great day planting and signing up members
Our business manager for the membership office Vanessa Henderson - back row fifth right - and her familyspent the morning joining volunteers on a Woodland Trust campaign in Marsden. They joined the Ahmadiyya Muslim Youth Association planting 2,000 ash and oak saplings at Butterley reservoir. Vanessa said: "It was a great effort. read more