25 August 2017
When it comes to your healthcare here at Medway, equality and inclusion is about how our staff learn and develop a fuller understanding of the range of life experiences that our patients and their families have.
25 August 2017
Come along and meet the Governors of Medway NHS Foundation Trust
23 August 2017
At Medway we want to provide the most support that we can for those with dementia, as well as those who care for them.
21 August 2017
Medway Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) is holding a series of engagement events designed to help shape the future of local health and care in Medway.
18 August 2017
Our Housekeeping Team plays a crucial role in ensuring that the hospital remains clean – helping to prevent infections and ensuring patients remain safe. They also support the delivery of clinical care – providing important extra touches that make a real difference to our patients.
16 August 2017
On Thursday 31 August, staff from the paediatric department will be hosting their annual family fun day at The Star Meadow Sports Club, Gillingham.
11 August 2017
We have passed the first two stages of the rigorous assessment to become accredited by Unicef (United Nation’s Children’s Fund) as a Baby Friendly organisation and are well on our way to getting full accreditation early next year.
07 August 2017
We know we still have more to do to ensure the people of Medway and Swale get the care that they want and deserve and to make sure that we keep up the momentum of improvement at the Trust; that’s why we have launched our Better, Best, Brilliant improvement programme.
28 July 2017
For children in particular, coming to hospital can be a distressing experience – but it doesn’t have to be. One of the Trust’s newest employees, Health Play Specialist Amy Osborn, is now working in the Trust’s paediatric A&E to improve children’s care and make their experience more positive.
26 July 2017
The chaplaincy and spiritual care team welcomes everyone – patients, visitors and hospital staff. You do not have to think of yourself as ‘religious’ or attend a place of worship to make use of the service.