Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust

Royal Cornwall Hospitals Trust

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Can anybody make use of these? We have a box and can’t return them. Tower Theatres 3420. Thank you x
https://www.royalcornwall.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/audio/relaxation%20iv.wav Live interview with radio cornwall for mental health awareness week 💙
Does anyone know if Maternity are accepting or need the baby beanie hats please?
Does anyone know if the hospital is accepting baby beanie hats please?
Thank you to all NHS workers for all your brave hard work, at these very Testing times. You are the Heroes and I Thank you so, so much👊🏻❤️
Please see the attached post for more info, but we are asking that after watching the video, people visit RCHT's JustGiving page and make a donation. Everyone is welcome to share the video. https://www.facebook.com/cornwallcountychoirs/videos/225317305551276/
My 82 year old mum with severe dementia, died in the early hour's of this morning, i was not allowed to hold her hand or even see her during her last hours, she must of been so scared not knowing anyone nor hearing a familiar voice. This is so so wrong especially when on the 15th April 2020 Matt Hancock stated being with someone in their last hours of life will be allowed, not being by my mums beside has had a traumatic effect on me ........ I just wanted hold her hand and say i love you... This is so so wrong.

The Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust

The Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust is the principal provider of acute care services in the county of Cornwall. It se...rves a population of around 450,000 people, a figure often doubled by holidaymakers during the busiest times of the year. The Trust employs approximately 4,800 staff and currently has a budget of approximately £330 million. The Trust is responsible for the provision of services at three sites (comprising approximately 750 beds): Royal Cornwall Hospital, Treliske, Truro West Cornwall Hospital, Penzance St Michael's Hospital, Hayle. The Trust has teaching hospitals status as part of the University of Exeter Medical School. Keeping at the forefront medical advances, the Trust has led developments in many clinical areas, and is committed to maximising the range of specialist care that can be offered locally. The opening of the Knowledge Spa on the Royal Cornwall Hospital site has further enhanced a strong reputation for training, education, research and innovation. This plays a vital part in attracting and retaining the Trust's highly skilled teams of doctors, nurses and other health professionals who provide care for well over 600,000 patient contacts each year. Reflecting the high standards of care on offer, recent patient surveys have shown that more than 90 percent of patients rated their overall experience of the services as excellent, very good or good.

Mission: Aspiring to provide Brilliant care to One+all

Do you need to order your repeat prescription? You can get your repeat prescriptions online. Find out more at: nhs.uk/health-at-home

stay alert

If you go outside for exercise, make sure you stay 2 metres from other people.

Wash your hands for 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser when you get home before touching your face or any surfaces.

You can still contact your GP, 111 online or call 111 for help. If you are told to go to hospital, you must go. We’ll give you the care you need. www.nhs.uk

Are you planning a day out?

Think Twice about your plans. If you or a member of your household is showing symptoms, stay home

When you’re out and about, stay 2m (6ft) away from people outside of your household.

You can meet up to 5 other people outdoors but you must keep 2 metres apart.

Test and trace

It's important that people do what they can to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the South West

If you have SYMPTOMS you MUST self isolate, get tested for COVID-19 & help the NHS Test and Trace find any contacts that may be affected

Stay alert

Do you have a high temperature, a new continuous cough or loss of taste or smell?

Stay alert to the symptoms of coronavirus.

No one in your household should leave home if any one person has symptoms.

Book a test: http://nhs.uk/coronavirus

Remember to wear a face covering if you can when travelling on public transport, or going into an enclosed space.

Washing your hands more often remains vitally important to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in the South West.

If you have been outside, wash your hands with soap and water for 20 seconds or use hand sanitiser before touching your face or any surfaces.

If you’re planning a trip, please Think Twice

Leaving your home - the place you live - to stay away for the night for a holiday is not allowed. If this matter is reported to the police, police have the option to visit the property in question.

Lifeguards can't be everywhere this summer. If you're heading to the beach this weekend:

🌊 Check the weather and tide times
🌊 Keep an eye on your family
🌊 Don't use inflatables

In an emergency, dial 999 for the coastguard.

Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

A new dedicated 24/7 mental health telephone service for anyone in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly worried about their mental health is now available.

The telephone service is available to anyone, regardless of their age, all day every day by calling free on 0800 038 5300.

Read more here: https://bit.ly/3czYr5b

[06/05/20]   Audiology is not currently operating its ‘normal’ drop in service to staff, or to the general public. We are currently offering support by telephone, post or email [email protected] however if you have difficulties with your hearing aid please contact us to discuss (01872) 253747/253787

If you or anybody in your household has symptoms, you must not leave the house unless it is to get tested. Book a test now at: http://gov.uk/coronavirus

Every mind matters

Now more than ever, Every Mind Matters. To access an NHS Mind Plan, visit everymindmatters.co.uk for extra support to help you deal with stress, boost your mood and help you feel on top of things.

GP surgeries, pharmacies, dental practices, opticians and other NHS services have made changes to the way you access their care to make it safer for you. Don’t delay, contact us to get the care you need www.nhs.uk

Travel Safely

If you have no alternative and have to use public transport, consider wearing a face covering if you can and don’t forget to wash your hands after your journey. Find out more: www.gov.uk/guidance/coronavirus-covid-19-safer-travel-guidance-for-passengers

[06/04/20]   Audiology is not currently operating its ‘normal’ drop in service to staff, or to the general public. We are currently offering support by telephone, post or email [email protected] however if you have difficulties with your hearing aid please contact us to discuss (01872) 253747/253787

If you go out today, make sure you stay 2 metres apart from others.

Wash your hands when you get home for at least 20 seconds.

Think Twice about lighting up barbeques in public places

Our forests and heathlands are important and we need to do all we can to protect them. Remember - barbecuing on heathland is illegal. #SandwichesAreSafer

To maintain social distancing, you may find it easier to access NHS services from home. You can contact your GP, order repeat prescriptions and access services to manage your wellbeing without leaving your home. Go to www.nhs.uk/health-at-home

If you are going outside for exercise, make sure you stay ⬅ 2 metres apart ➡ from others at all times.

[06/03/20]   Audiology is not currently operating its ‘normal’ drop in service to staff, or to the general public.

We are currently offering support by phone, post, email [email protected].

If you have difficulties with your hearing aid - contact us to discuss (01872) 253747/253787

To help pharmacies to keep supplying medicines to everyone who needs them, please only order repeat prescriptions in your usual quantities at the usual time. This way we can keep everyone supplied with the medicines they need. https://bit.ly/2Vx4wtP

If you, or your child, are experiencing any mental health issues your GP, key worker (if you have one) or NHS 111 are still here to help. This is a difficult time for many of us and it’s important that you get the support you need. www.nhs.uk/mentalhealth

Test and Trace

The new NHS Test and Trace service will help:
▶️ reduce the spread of coronavirus
▶️ allow a gradual return to a more normal life.

Here's how ⬇️

Despite the warm weather, it is crucial that we all continue to follow social distancing measures ☀️

To help reduce the spread of coronavirus, make sure to:
✅Limit contact with people
✅Stay 2 metres apart in public
✅Wash your hands regularly

Are you planning a day out?

#ThinkTwice about your plans. If you or a member of your household is showing symptoms, stay home

When you’re out and about, stay 2m (6ft) away from people outside of your household.

Self-isolate if you develop any of the following symptoms of Covid-19:

▶a new continuous cough OR
▶high temperature OR
▶loss/change in your normal sense of smell or taste

No one in your household should leave home if any one person has symptoms. http://nhs.uk/coronavirus

Pharmacies are operating safe distancing measures to protect patients and pharmacy staff so that they can continue to provide essential medicines and health services. Please follow the guidance set out by your local pharmacy before entering their premises. nhs.uk/find-a-pharmacy

Hand washing still plays a key role in protecting yourself and others from coronavirus.

▶ Wash your hands more often
▶ Use soap and water for 20 seconds
▶ Or use hand sanitiser

Get tips on hand washing technique here: www.nhs.uk/live-well/healthy-body/best-way-to-wash-your-hands/

Every Mind Matters

During unsettling times it’s normal to experience emotions like anxiety or worry.

Find guidance, advice and tips on how to maintain your mental wellbeing whilst at home: www.nhs.uk/oneyou/every-mind-matters

It is important that you and your family still have routine vaccinations. They protect against serious and potentially deadly illnesses. Contact your GP practice for more information. www.nhs.uk/vaccinations

Please remember when you are out and about to ensure you keep at least 2 metres away from people outside of your own household. This is particularly relevant if you are visiting a popular location such as the beach #ThinkTwice

Our Story

The Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust is the principal provider of acute care services in the county of Cornwall. We serves a population of around 450,000 people, a figure often doubled by holidaymakers during the busiest times of the year. We employ approximately 5,000 staff and currently have a budget of approximately £400 million. The Trust is responsible for the provision of services at three sites (comprising approximately 750 beds): Royal Cornwall Hospital, Treliske, Truro West Cornwall Hospital, Penzance St Michael's Hospital, Hayle. The Trust has teaching hospitals status as part of the University of Exeter Medical School. Keeping at the forefront medical advances, the Trust has led developments in many clinical areas, and is committed to maximising the range of specialist care that can be offered locally. The opening of the Knowledge Spa on the Royal Cornwall Hospital site has further enhanced a strong reputation for training, education, research and innovation. This plays a vital part in attracting and retaining the Trust's highly skilled teams of doctors, nurses and other health professionals who provide care for well over 600,000 patient contacts each year. Reflecting the high standards of care on offer, recent patient surveys have shown that more than 90 percent of patients rated their overall experience of the services as excellent, very good or good.

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Royal Cornwall Hospital, Treliske
Truro
TR1 3LJ
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