February Finances: Are you doing your bit?
There’s eight weeks to go to the end of the financial year. CHFT - like the majority of Trusts in the country - is facing super-tough challenges especially after this toughest of winters. Our current financial position is that we are struggling to be in line with our agreed deficit and it is going to be a real challenge. read more
Sarah's leaving sepsis for the sun.
Our Sepsis Nurse Sarah Clarke has retired after working for the Trust for the last 5 years. She had worked as a manager in orthopaedic outpatients, radiology lead nurse, sister on MAU and the last 6 months as a Sepsis Nurse. The photo shows Sarah being presented with presents including prosecco, chocolates, orchid plant and a gift voucher. read more
Plans in place in F&SS.
Children's Services have undertaken a facilitated table top exercise (TTE) around Business Continuity Management and Service Managers. They were gvien three scenarios - a widespread infection outbreak, an abduction of a child and a security issue with a young patient receiving mental health care. read more
Celebrating NHS 70 with Anya Macbeth
Role and now long have you work in the NHS Anya Macbeth, Volunteer and Work Experience Co-Ordinator, two years in February What does the NHS mean to you? Family! My Mum and Mother-in-law worked for the NHS for more than 25 years as a PA and a Health Visitor and also my sister- in -law was a GP. read more
Mason makes its special - top workshop brings Governance and Risk day alive
The Governance and Risk Team, part of the Quality Directorate, held a team workshop to facilitate integrated working. Governance and Risk covers a number of different areas within the Trust from Best Practice Guidance, Claims, Clinical Audit, Complaints, Compliance (eg. C read more