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Volunteer Recognition Event

The Trust Annual Recognition Week has continued on Tuesday 8th with our Volunteer Recognition Event, where we recognised all of our volunteers who give up their time to support our colleagues and enhance patient experience across our hospitals. We heard from volunteers at the Trust about their role and what it means to them and our patients, volunteer highlights from [...]

Volunteer Recognition Event2022-11-16T14:45:35+00:00

Falls prevention sensor mat funded by SaTH Charity

Funds from SaTH Charity are supporting a falls prevention trial within the Trust. Almost £1500 has been invested in the trial so far. Falls are the most common adverse event in acute hospitals, with over 400 individual factors contributing to cause a patient to fall. Identification and close observation of patients at a higher risk of falling can help prevent [...]

Falls prevention sensor mat funded by SaTH Charity2022-10-10T11:52:51+01:00

Couple’s donation to hospital after care

A couple raised £750 for RSH’s Colorectal Department at Royal Shrewsbury Hospital after asking guests to make donations rather than give gifts at their 50th wedding anniversary celebrations. Former patient Jonathan Mills and his wife Ann present £750 cheque to the Colorectal Department - Julie Powell and Kirsten McArdle Former patient Jonathan Mills and his wife Ann held [...]

Couple’s donation to hospital after care2022-09-02T16:43:33+01:00

Shrewsbury Ark grant to fund support worker

NHS Charities Together asked the NHS Charities of Shropshire and Telford and Wrekin to identify local charities who could support patients in the community. This resulted in NHS CT awarding a grant of £227,000 to support nine local charities. SaTH Charity led on the management and distribution of the grant. One local charity whose bid was successful was the Shrewsbury [...]

Shrewsbury Ark grant to fund support worker2022-08-11T15:41:16+01:00

Ian gets on his bike for campaign

Congratulations to Ian Roth for completing the Ride London cycling event on 29 May. Ian, a SaTH employee who works in medical illustration, completed the London-Essex 100-mile event in under six hours and raised over £600 for SaTH Charity’s Ophthalmology campaign. The iconic 100-mile distance is the longest challenge ride in the RideLondon programme with participants setting off from Victoria [...]

Ian gets on his bike for campaign2022-07-29T09:25:38+01:00

A bench has installed in memory of Trevor Jasper

A bench has installed in memory of Trevor Jasper, a former colleague. After Trevor Jasper passed away in 2021, his family donated money to SaTH Charity to purchase a wooden bench in his memory. Trevor had been a member of the Estates team at PRH for 17 years. The bench can be found in the Bonningale courtyard /Tranquillity Garden just [...]

A bench has installed in memory of Trevor Jasper2022-08-12T14:55:01+01:00

Scafell Pike conquered in Ophthalmology Team’s latest challenge

Our Medical Retina Team has conquered Scafell Pike – their second expedition as part of the Three Peaks Challenge to raise funds. A group of 27, which also included 14 GPs, scaled Scafell Pike, which is a massive 978 metres above sea level, in the Lake District last Saturday (30 April). Consultant Ophthalmologist Devaki Nayak, who led the team along [...]

Scafell Pike conquered in Ophthalmology Team’s latest challenge2022-08-12T15:05:40+01:00

Cardiology Nurse Nicky’s putting her heart into the London Marathon

Nicky Brierley, Cardiology Nurse, has won the charity place to run in the London Marathon for SaTH Charity. We caught up with Nicky to find out a little bit more about her and why she is taking on this huge challenge. Nicky said: “I’m 53, married with two grown-up sons and I have worked in the Coronary Care Unit (CCU) [...]

Cardiology Nurse Nicky’s putting her heart into the London Marathon2022-04-29T15:19:43+01:00

Donation of kindness snack boxes to staff

Donations of ‘Kindness snack boxes’ were delivered to staff at PRH with thanks to The Ironbridge Lions Club. This is the third dona-tion they have made since the start of the pandemic. As father-in-law to Matron Claire Marsh, John Marsh, a member of the Lions, knows first hand how busy a shift can be and how it can be difficult [...]

Donation of kindness snack boxes to staff2022-03-23T16:43:19+00:00

Artist presents work to junior doctor

Prominent local artist Sue Campion presented one of our junior doctors with a print of her work and a letter of thanks after he diagnosed that she had had a heart attack. Sue attended A&E at RSH and Junior Doctor Ben Passmore-Webb was one of those to look after her. She feels that Ben may have saved her life as [...]

Artist presents work to junior doctor2022-03-23T16:40:14+00:00