News from WVT Trust
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.
People affected by cancer are invited to attend a drop in cancer support day at Kington medical practice on Friday, March 17, from 10am until midday and from 1pm to 3pm.
People with a long term health condition in the county are being offered a free course to help turn their life around.
It may have looked like a scene from a post-apocalyptic movie, but the “dying” and “injured” at Hereford County Hospital over the weekend were actors taking part in an emergency planning exercise.
Visiting restrictions on the Gilwern ward at Hereford County Hospital have been lifted. The restrictions had been put in place following an outbreak of Norovirus.
A ward at Hereford County Hospital has been closed to visitors due to increased incidents of diarrhoea and vomiting.
Communication and engagement manager
Tel: 01432 372928
Tel: 01432 355444 Ext: 5105
Wye Valley NHS Trust
The County Hospital
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