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Every day, NHS staff come into contact with people from across the globe. With more than one million people accessing NHS funded services every 36 hours, the 1.5million staff who work in our NHS, not just in hospitals, but in places where people live their lives, will come into contact with modern slaves. Slavery is all around us, but we simply don’t recognise the signs. It is in our hands, and yet we can be indecisive about whether or not to get involved. To change that, we do not face a problem of ignorance but of awareness.
Watch a video about The Retreat, a new drop-in mental health support service in Bournemouth
People in Portland can have their say on the future of
health and care services on the island at a series of public meetings this
The Defend Dorset NHS posts about Portland Hospital on Facebook and Twitter are a complete misrepresentation and distortion of the paper and discussion that took place at the Dorset HealthCare Board yesterday.
The Dorset Working Women’s Project, which provides sexual health services to vulnerable people across the county, was one of the big winners at Dorset HealthCare’s Annual Members’ Meeting (AMM).
A website produced by Dorset HealthCare and partner organisations that
brings local community support services together to help the homeless is having
a big impact in the county.
A deaf local musician has described the moment he was able to hear again as a ‘sensory eureka moment’ – and it’s all thanks to Dorset HealthCare.
Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is the latest big name to lend their support
to a pioneering initiative by Dorset HealthCare to encourage more women to
Sexual health services across Dorset are being reorganised to
meet demand and give people faster, more effective support.
Community Hospital has been designated to run one of the first 150 NHS Urgent
Treatment Centres (UTCs) operating across the country.
More and more people in Dorset are playing a part in their loved ones’ hospital care thanks to a successful ‘passport’ scheme.
radio and television presenter Valerie Singleton OBE says she’s absolutely
amazed at the transformation of the radiology department at Sherborne’s Yeatman
Dorset HealthCare has been rated ‘good’ by England’s Chief Inspector of Hospitals after making significant improvements to the quality of services for patients.
Dorset HealthCare is completely smokefree in a bid to promote and support good health for our staff, service users and their families/carers.
Find out about our smokefree campaign, and what a smokefree Trust means for everyone.
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