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Dorset HealthCare has been rated ‘good’ by England’s Chief Inspector of Hospitals after making significant improvements to the quality of services for patients.
A prestigious health awards ceremony organised by Dorset
HealthCare has showcased moving stories of people living in Dorset who have
recovered from serious illness and injury.
The annual Road to Wellness Awards, launched back in 2013,
celebrates people who have battled to overcome debilitating physical or mental
health problems – or helped others to do so.
An NHS research study looking into
the rehabilitation of knee replacement patients across Dorset has won a
prestigious award, thanks to the collaborative work of Dorset HealthCare and Dorset County Hospital.
A gift of
old curtains and disposable medical supplies from Dorset HealthCare has been welcomed
by primates large and small at Monkey World.
A new scheme to strengthen the role of carers in looking
after people with mental health problems has been introduced across Dorset.
Dorset HealthCare has signed up to the Triangle of Care
approach, which aims to improve communication between health professionals,
service users and their carers – sharing knowledge to help make the right decisions
and aid recovery.
phase of a pioneering initiative by Dorset HealthCare to encourage more women
to breastfeed has been showcased at the Houses of Parliament.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has rated Dorset
HealthCare as one of the best in the country for positive feedback received
from mental health patients.
MP Conor Burns says a new initiative supporting NHS staff
and patients who are gay, bisexual or transgender can help combat stigma in
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