The Hello my Name is tour hits Rotherham
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust was selected as just one of a handful of healthcare organisations nationally to receive a prestigious visit from Kate Granger. Kate creator and champion of the "Hello my Name is" campaign has worked in elderly medicine in Yorkshire as a consultant and registrar and has terminal cancer. Kate began and spearheaded the "hello my name is" campaign after she noticed some doctors, nurses and support staff delivering her care failed to introduce themselves - a simple action that makes a massive difference to the experience patients have.
15 June 2015
Princes Trust Trainees given Hospital Work Experience
Seven unemployed young people from Rotherham have gained hands-on experience of working in the NHS as part of a unique training programme. The programme was arranged by the charity The Prince's Trust and The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust to offer unemployed people aged 16-25 real, practical work experience, training and vocational knowledge.
9 June 2015
The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust welcomes four new Public Governors
On 1st June 2015, following this year's Council of Governors elections The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust welcomed four new Public Governors to make up their group of Public, Staff and Partner Governors. The new Governors are; Jan Frith - Public Governor - Constituency: Rest of England David Vickers - Public Governor - Constituency - Rother Valley West Florence Manjenje - Public Governor - Constituency - Wentworth South
5 June 2015