News from WVT Trust
One ward at Hereford County Hospital has been closed to visitors due to a confirmed case of Norovirus. As a preventative measure, visiting to the Gilwern ward has been closed at the County Hospital to prevent the further spread of Norovirus which is affecting some patients.
Business as usual at Wye Valley NHS Trust
Babies in the Special Care Baby Unit (SCBU) at Hereford County Hospital are set to benefit after the Leominster and Bodenham Quilters presented the unit with colourful quilts.
Visiting restrictions at the County Hospital’s Gilwern Unit have been lifted. The unit, for frail and elderly patients, was closed to visitors last week following an outbreak of Norovirus.
A ward at Hereford County Hospital has been closed to visitors due to increased incidents of diarrhoea and/or vomiting.
As the May Bank holiday approaches and homeowners’ thoughts turn to making a few improvements around their house, Wye Valley NHS Trust is asking DIYers to take care this year..
Herefordshire’s men now have state-of-the-art equipment to fight the battle in detecting prostate cancer.
Local residents are being reminded of the alternatives to a visit to the Emergency Department at the County Hospital over the Easter weekend.
Patients at Hereford County Hospital took part in a Worldwide Afternoon Tea event last week to mark Nutrition and Hydration Week 2017.
Wye Valley NHS Trust is celebrating four years without a case of hospital-acquired MRSA bacteraemia (blood stream) infection in its hospitals - making it the top performer in the West Midlands.
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Wye Valley NHS Trust
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