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Double points for Hospital Friends at Sainsburys

Added on August 15, 2016, in News - Volunteering & Friends

It was a double celebration for the Friends of the Royal Cornwall Hospital when they visited Truro Sainsbury’s this week not only to receive a donation for fundraising

Clinical Matron shortlisted for Nursing Times Award

Added on August 12, 2016, in Award - Medicine

Congratulations to Ian Moyle, Clinical Matron for cardiology and respiratory medicine who’s recently been shortlisted in this year’s national Nursing Times Awards.

Cardiac Rehabilitation Research on Radio Cornwall Health Phone in

Added on June 22, 2016, in News - Cardiac Services

Cardiac rehabilitation was the topic for the phone in on 22nd June on Radio Cornwall, featuring Dr Robin van Lingen

Global Handwashing Day sees launch of awareness video

Added on October 15, 2015, in News - General News

To mark Global Handwashing Day and to make sure people are washing their ‘funky hands’, RCHT has launched a handwash video for staff and new starters, entitled ‘Let’s Wash’ to help promo

Thrombosis Nursing Team win national award for innovation

Added on October 2, 2015, in Award - Awards and Achievements

There’s great news for RCHT’s Thrombosis Nursing Team after Andrew McSorley, Lead Anticoagulation/Thrombosis Clinical Nurse Specialist, submitted an entry for this year’s national Quality in Care Awards.

Blood Transfusion Team shortlisted for prestigious national award

Added on September 28, 2015, in Award - Awards and Achievements

There’s more great news for the Blood Transfusion Team. Not only have they been announced as a winner in this year’s One+All | We Care Awards, they have just received notification that they have been shortlisted as finalists in the national

Collaborative approach to medical agency workers

Added on September 2, 2015, in News - Working for us

A collaborative project involving nine acute hospital trusts from the South West aims to improve fill rates for locum doctors and at the same time reduce the amount spent on agency staff across the region