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lauren 7h
Amazing support with our EMU test of change. Working together to prevent unnecessary admissions and support those isolated
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Ben Jameson 9h
Beautiful morning and the Acute Assessment Unit looking good in the sunshine!
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lauren Aug 13
The EMUs are flying high. Day 2 of Trafford Emergency Multidisciplinary Unit (EMU). Ambulatory care, comprehensive geriatric assessment, Reducing unnecessary admissions with Red Cross
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Jane Atkinson May 3
Well done Rob for getting highly commended for his poster at and more importantly improving care of cancer patients with ascites on
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Daniel Lasserson 16 May 18
is 6 weeks away! THURSDAY 28th JUNE, wherever acute medics are in action - or or . More to follow on the SAM website shortly for forms, how to guides, FAQs and everything you wanted to know but were too busy seeing patients to ask...
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Tina Macphail-Owen Sep 11
Weeks before the opening of our new unit at . The new unit to support unscheduled care pressures. Thank you to the DSW for supporting with environments
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João Bocas -The Wearables Expert ™ Feb 28
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Beverletonfrailty Aug 16
This is where units are so beneficial for managing & having access to .
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Tina Macphail-Owen Oct 8
It’s official... ‘We’re open’ 🎉 unit opened its doors today...Our first patient today was assessed and treated in the unit -then transferred home to spend the night in their own bed. RV tomorrow.
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Dr Elizabeth Hendren Feb 25
I experienced a first this week - one of my longitudinal clinic patients donated to our hospital foundation in my name. He beemed with pride as he told me. What a touching gift.
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Ben Jameson Nov 7
New transport service for our Acute Assessment Unit! We can now offer ambulatory care to even more people- great resource! ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦⁩ ⁦@PHNT_NHS⁩
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Ben Jameson May 1
Popping out of the hospital today to speak with our community colleagues about - not sure about those clouds 😬
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Karin Giannone Jul 30
Two weeks after getting septicaemia I've been given the final all clear by the fantastic team in AEC at As soon as I'm strong enough for the rigours of live TV news I'll be back on air...any day now. Thanks for all the good wishes. 🙂
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Karin Giannone Jul 19
Been treated all week in the Acute Medical Unit at Tunbridge Wells Hospital for a serious infection and the care has been outstanding. They have pursued every possible cause relentlessly and not let go. Feeling grateful in many ways 🙏
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Lex Dumbleton Mar 3
So excited to spend the day in my pyjamas, making pie and watching movies with Mr. And also looking forward to doing a bit of work on the Ambulatory Care Service plan for 19/20, the things I find exciting now!
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Julie Coyle Jul 19
It's been an exciting month for promotions in 🥂 Jenna has secured a permanent band 6 charge nurse post within our department. Well done I look forward to supporting you on the next step of your career
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Julie Coyle Nov 15
A special thank you to Chloe, our very first student nurse Welcoming student nurses into our area is an important landmark for us and we hope this will be valuable learning environment for all future nurses.
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Tina Macphail-Owen Sep 15
Our new unit at .. opening in October 2018. Supporting ‘care closer to home’
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Rubynix 1 Nov 17
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Airedale Emergency Department 24 Apr 18
Less than 24hours to go until our shiny new co-located AAU opens its doors to patients. Looking forward to building even stronger relations with our inpatient teams
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