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like all NHS Trusts, produces an annual Quality Account which describes and
reports on improvements to the quality of our services in the previous year.
While we strive to improve quality in all our services, the Quality
Account has to include at least three priorities
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.
As you may have heard, the winter season has put considerable pressure on NHS Emergency Departments.
You can help us to help you by making the right decision about the services you need to stay well this winter.
MP Conor Burns says a new initiative supporting NHS staff
and patients who are gay, bisexual or transgender can help combat stigma in
A new series of podcasts which delve
into emotional and physical health problems faced by young people in Dorset
have been launched online across the UK.
consultant psychiatrist at Dorset HealthCare will be testing his stamina and
mental strength this weekend to raise money for an inspirational awards
can now spend more time alongside loved ones in Dorset’s community hospitals,
thanks to a new scheme on the wards.
The service marked its 20th anniversary on Wednesday 8th November with a special conference in Poole, with guest speakers including Joy Tickle, a Tissue Viability Nurse Specialist who has appeared on Channel 4’s ‘Embarrassing Bodies’ programme.
An innovative mental health scheme which uses boxing to help transform people’s lives has been praised by one of the sport’s biggest names.
Former world heavyweight champion Frank Bruno MBE gave his backing to the Fight Back Mental Health project, run by Dorset HealthCare staff with the support of Weymouth Boxing Club.
We want to celebrate the brilliant achievements of our staff and we want you to help us!
Anyone can nominate a member of staff, volunteer, bank worker or a team for that extra
special thank you.
If you wish to share your views and experiences, positive or negative, you can get in touch with our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS).
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