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Emergency Department (A&E)
You can access urgent care 24-hours-a-day, every day of the year at our hospitals.
Clinicians welcome public back to Cheltenham A&E
a consultant-led service as part of a phased return from Wednesday 9th June.
To improve the incidence of documented A-E assessments by 50% of referrals to the ACRT over a 3-month period
We gave face 2 face teaching sessions about A-E assessments using a scenario-based example.
Cheltenham A&E has a consultant-led Emergency Department from 8am-8pm and a nurse-led Minor Injuries and Illness Unit (MIIU) from 8pm - 8am
A Simple Solution? The challenges of accurately preparing St Mark's oral rehydration solution on the ward.
Using a measuring spoon produced a drink with a mean sodium concentration level of 146 mmol/L, far greater than the desired 90 mmol/L.
Chemical Pathology Notes Lipoprotein (a) (Lp (a)) is a lipoprotein consisting of a lipid rich core surrounded by two proteins, apolipoprotein B-100 and
Cheltenham A&E to re-open as part of phased return
Gloucestershire Royal Hospital has a full A&E department open 24 hours a day.
Using a sling GHPI0941_05_21
You have been given a sling for your arm. This leaflet gives you advice on using a sling and how it will help your recovery.
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A new charity-funded ‘Tilt-In-Space’ wheelchair is making a difference for local cancer patients
This specialist wheelchair has a tilt-in-space function that enables a person to be fully supported whilst sitting, helping patients with neurological
Cheltenham A&E announcement
of State for Health and Social Care in communicating our message that there are no proposals to close Cheltenham A&E.
Hepatitis A IgM antibodies
Microbiology Notes This test is used to look for acute Hepatitis A infection To test for Hepatitis A immunity, please request Hepatitis A IgG antibodies
Let's put a stop to PJ Paralysis GHPI1445_04_18
Staying in bed too long can lead to; a higher risk of complications such as chest infections, blood clots and pressure sores and a delay in your recovery
New artwork unveiled at Gloucestershire Hospitals A&E Department
in A&E, particularly as a result of a mental health crisis, in a space that was cared for and invested in.