People in the Dudley area are being given the chance to help shape local NHS services.
The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust has welcomed 34 new graduate nurses and another one who is returning to practice. They will now work on hospital wards and across the community after completing their three-year nursing degrees at a variety of universities. Many of the new nurses spent time with the Trust on placement.
The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust has introduced smoking marshals at its Russells Hall Hospital site to help enforce its smoke-free policy.
Parents who need to spend the night with their poorly children in hospital in Dudley will be much more comfortable, thanks to fundraisers.
Find out about the Trust's priorities for 2019/20. Check out our plan on a page.
A specialist pharmacist with The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours.
The Government have today announced a major multi-year £2.9 billion funding package of additional capital investment in the NHS to provide better service models for patients, integrate care services and renew aging facilities and Dudley has been successful.
Hospital staff who care for people with dementia received a gift for their patients all the way from the USA.
Congratulations to Kerri Faulds, Palliative Support Community Nursing Team and the Chaplaincy Volunteers who are January’s Healthcare Heroes winners. This award is our way of saying thank you.
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Corbett Outpatient Centre, which was closed due to a chemical spillage today, will reopen tomorrow, Friday 14th February. Most clinics scheduled for tomorrow are going ahead as planned and patients should attend their appointments as usual. Patients will be notified if this is not the case.
Any patient whose appointment was cancelled today will be contacted and offered an alternative clinic slot.