10 September 2020 Members of the public requiring minor treatment at the A&E department at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital (RSH) on Friday 11 September will need to use an alternative entrance. Between the hours of 5am and 12noon, anyone needing treatment should access A&E services by using the Outpatients Entrance at the front of the hospital. Patients brought to A&E [...]
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15 May 2020 Shropshire’s acute hospitals are playing a key role in vital research into COVID-19 and the impact of the pandemic. Helen Moore, Clinical Trials Manager and SaTH’s Lead Research Nurse. The Research & Innovation and Clinical Trials team at The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) is at the forefront of research into learning more [...]
Patients living with dementia are benefiting from knitted octopuses originally designed for premature babies
13 May 2020 Patients living with dementia at Shropshire’s acute hospital are benefitting from an initiative which provides knitted and crocheted octopuses to premature babies. The cuddly aquatic creatures are produced by the charity ‘Octopus for a Preemie’ as a novel way of comforting premature babies as it’s thought that gripping the soft tentacles might remind early term newborns of [...]
Please note: a more recent update on the Phlebotomy service can be found here. We are making temporary changes to our Phlebotomy (blood taking) service as a result of the effects of coronavirus (Covid-19). These changes will help ensure we have sufficient staff to provide a safe service and minimise the risk to both patients and staff coming in to [...]
Kindness hearts, knitted by volunteers and donated to The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH), are to be gifted to families whose loved ones are receiving end of life care. When the End of Life Care Team (EOLC) at SaTH was made aware that knitters across Shropshire and Mid Wales were making hearts in all sorts of colours, they [...]
SaTH training external healthcare professionals on how to fit face masks to give protection against coronavirus
7 May 2020 The Trust that runs Shropshire’s two acute hospitals is helping to protect frontline staff at other healthcare organisations across the region by providing training on how to correctly fit single-use respiratory protective equipment. Mask Fit test training at SaTH Five people from private sector healthcare operators attended a training session at the Princess Royal Hospital [...]
5 May 2020 The Shrewsbury and Telford Hospital NHS Trust (SaTH) has launched an improvement fortnight to improve patient journeys through its hospitals and ensure people are discharged as soon as they are medically fit to leave. During the weeks either side of the Bank Holiday, the Trust will focus on working differently, testing new ideas to keep patient flow [...]
1 May 2020 A musician has written a Coronavirus-inspired song called ‘Stay at Home’ with all the proceeds going to the charity that supports Shropshire’s two acute hospitals. Paul Bailey has released a song called Stay at Home in aid of SaTH Charity Paul Bailey has performed the length and breadth of the UK for the past 30 [...]
29 April 2020 A Student Nurse is shaving his hair off to raise funds for the charity that supports Shropshire’s two acute hospitals. Harry George, 22, of Shrewsbury, is shaving his hair off for SaTH Charity. Harry George, of Shrewsbury, is a second year nurse at Staffordshire University and has so far raised more than £300 ahead of [...]
29 April 2020 Welshpool Rugby Club has raised more than £2,000 for the charity that support Shropshire’s two acute hospital. Families from Welshpool Rugby Club took part in the charity challenge. The Mid Wales-based club called on its members to run the distance of Welshpool to the Stade De France - the venue for the 2023 World Cup [...]