Bluebird Care Thurrock supports World Alzheimer’s Day

Bluebird Care Thurrock  supports World Alzheimer’s Day

Bluebird Care Thurrock and Castle Point supports World Alzheimer’s Day 2018 BLUEBIRD Care Thurrock and Castle Point is supporting World Alzheimer’s Day on Friday 21st September. The aim of the day is to raise awareness of dementia, understand its impact on people’s lives and strategies to help people live comfortably with dementia. Dementia is a […]

32% of all Thurrock residents are organ donors

32% of all Thurrock residents are organ donors

THIRTY-TWO per cent of all Thurrock residents are organ donors. The figures have been released for all areas across the country. Some areas are good and some less so. The London borough of Barking and Dagenham has the UK’s lowest figure, with only 16.0 per cent registered, closely followed by Harlow with 16.2 per cent. […]

The age of interventional radiology at the Annual Member’s Meeting

The age of interventional radiology at the Annual Member’s Meeting

The age of interventional radiology at the Annual Member’s Meeting The focus of the 14th Annual Member’s Meeting (AMM) will be The Age of Interventional Radiology by Dr Jeremy Rabouhans, lead consultant for interventional radiology. Interventional radiology refers to minimally invasive procedures performed under imaging guidance with x-ray, ultrasound, CT or MRI, to make both […]

Health boss “frustrated” at Orsett Hospital being used as political football

Health boss “frustrated” at Orsett Hospital being used as political football

By Local Democracy Reporter, Steve Shaw THE deputy chief executive of the Basildon and Thurrock Hospital Trust has spoken of his frustration over the way political parties have distorted the closure of Orsett Hospital by using it for political means. Tom Abell, deputy chief executive and chief transformation officer at the trust set the record […]