A specialist nurse at Basildon University Hospital will speak to people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) on the potential benefits of topical treatments for this condition.
THURROCK residents living with rheumatoid arthritis had the opportunity to pick the brains of the expert staff who care for them at Basildon University Hospital.
UP to 55,000 smear samples might need to be re-tested after a number of women were wrongly given the all-clear, it has emerged reports the BBC.
A former patient had an emotional reunion with the staff who cared for her on the haematology day unit, as she handed over a cheque for nearly £8,000.
HOSPITALS in England are being told to delay pre-planned operations and routine outpatient appointments until 31 January due to winter pressures reports the BBC.
THE friendliness of staff, the information given to young patients, their parents and carers, and the quality of play were three areas highly rated in a recent report on children’s services at Basildon University Hospital.
PEOPLE with hearing loss are invited to attend a free information event in the education centre, Basildon University Hospital on Thursday 30 November, 3-5pm.
BEREAVEMENT midwives and the chaplains at Basildon University Hospital are preparing for the annual ‘forget-me-not’ service for those who have experienced baby loss.
THIS year’s Annual Member’s Meeting (AMM) for Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals Trust will look towards the future of care and treatment at Basildon and Orsett Hospitals.
YOUNG patients cared for at Basildon and Orsett hospitals are benefitting from better and brighter surroundings, thanks to seven years of fundraising for the Polly Parrot Appeal. At another successful annual Polly Parrot Charity Ball on Saturday 29 July, the fund- raising team, donors and guests celebrated raising a grand total of £284,674.57. Since the […]
SEEMINGLY insurmountable inflatable obstacles were scaled by this gang of intrepid fundraisers to raise more than £500 for the Polly Parrot Appeal.
COMPASSIONATE care of patients has led to the endoscopy department at Basildon University Hospital receiving a prestigious quality accreditation. Staff were praised by inspectors for “the high standard of achievement and for their hard work during the accreditation process”, as the team was awarded Joint Advisory Group for GI Endoscopy (JAG) accreditation for one year. […]
HEALTH bosses in Essex have decided not to go ahead with plans which campaigners argued would downgrade two accident and emergency departments reports the BBC.
STAFF at Basildon University Hospital powered their way through more than 52 million steps during June as part of a challenge to promote health and wellbeing at work. The month-long step challenge, organised by the occupational health and therapies teams, was open to individuals and groups of up to eight people. The team winners were […]
OLDER patients have been enjoying music and poetry as part of a programme to improve their wellbeing.
COME along and meet the governors of Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust at the next meeting of the Council of Governors
“A nine-year-old boy who nearly lost his life…he was in a London hospital on life support after being turned away from hospital on five occasions.
THE IT department has been commended for their response to the NHS cyber-attack with an excellence award from their colleagues at Basildon and Thurrock University Hospitals.
THE audiology team at Basildon University Hospital will host a cake sale and information stand in hospital main reception on Tuesday 27 June, 10am-2pm, to support Tea for Tinnitus month.
THERESA Winter, a specialist cardiac nurse, likes to arrive at work early when she is in charge of her shift on the intensive care ward at the Essex Cardiothoracic Centre (CTC).
A new electronic observations (e-Obs) system for monitoring patients’ conditions is improving safety and giving nurses at Basildon University Hospital more time to give care and treatment.
STAFF at Basildon University Hospital who care for stroke patients met with visitors and staff to explain about prevention and treatment.
PAEDIATRIC consultants, doctors and nurses at Basildon University Hospital swapped their uniforms for mud by completing the Tough Mudder.
EVERYONE who volunteers to take part in clinical research plays a vital role in helping doctors and scientists to develop new treatments for diseases.