Sculptures stand in chapel tribute
Stunning sculptures at the new Heatherwood Hospital in Ascot stand in tribute to the Chapel of St Luke from the original hospital site. The two-year project to repurpose the chapel’s stained-glass windows ended with the unveiling earlier this month.
Changing Places at Frimley Park
Frimley Park Hospital opened its very own Changing Places toilet for patients with profound learning disabilities or severely limited mobility.
Teens drop in for diabetes advice
Teenagers with diabetes have been getting expert advice about living with the condition as they move into adulthood. About 20 young people attended a special evening drop-in session run by NHS staff from Frimley Park Hospital.
Trust receives Queen’s Green Canopy tree
Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to receive a special tree from The Queen’s Green Canopy (QGC) “Tree of Trees” which stood tall as a message of hope, regeneration and optimism to the nation and the world as part of the Platinum Jubilee weekend celebrations. Frimley Health was one of more than 300 organisations across the UK that were announced by the QGC as recipients of these special trees in the Queen’s name, which were gifted in a pot embossed with Her Majesty’s cypher.
Dementia clocks improve patient care
Personalised dementia reminder clocks are being trialled with patients with dementia at Wexham Park Hospital. The pilot scheme is taking place on elderly care wards 7, 8, 17 and the acute frailty unit to help improve the experience of patients in our care who have dementia.
Our latest ViP award winners
The latest Frimley Health staff to be recognised with Values into Practice (ViP) awards have been announced.
Celebrating class of 2022
Aptly named the ‘COVID Cohort’, more than 40 healthcare graduates have celebrated their achievements during a special event at Ascot racecourse.
Spreading the word about asthma
Frimley Health's paediatric allergy and respiratory team (PART) has been raising awareness of the rise in asthma attacks linked to the start of the school year.
Restart a Heart with @FHFTRapidRT
Next week is Restart a Heart Day. Created to raise awareness of the importance of CPR and how after an out-of-hospital sudden cardiac arrest, it can mean the difference between life and death.
App gives traffic light guidance on childhood illnesses
Parents, carers, and young people can now get easy access to NHS traffic light guidance on a range of childhood illnesses, by downloading the new Frimley Healthier Together app.