Trust celebrates being named National Joint Registry (NJR) Quality Data Provider for the third consecutive year
18 October 2022
Medway NHS Foundation Trust has been named National Joint Registry (NJR) Quality Data Provider for the third consecutive year after successfully completing a national programme of local data audits.
14 October 2022
Read about some of the Allied Health Professions that work here Medway NHS Foundation Trust.
14 October 2022
Please be aware that NHS Blood and Transplant has triggered an ‘amber alert’, meaning hospitals have been asked to put in place management plans to protect blood stocks. Existing O Neg and O Pos donors are being asked to make appointments to give blood and help restore stocks, with the 'amber alert' expected to be in place for minimum 4 weeks.
06 October 2022
It is a chance for people to find out what has happened at Medway Maritime Hospital over the past year and the Trust’s plans for the year ahead.
Maternity Bereavement Team set to host first in person memorial service for Baby Loss Awareness Week since the pandemic
05 October 2022
Open to the public, the Annual Service of Remembrance and Hope will feature a special performance by Our Sam charity’s Our Stars Choir when it is held at St Augustine’s Church, Rock Avenue, Gillingham, on Saturday 15 October 2022 from 3pm to 5pm.
23 September 2022
Medway Maritime Hospital’s clock tower, and the spire of Rochester Cathedral, will be lit in pink next week in support of Organ Donation Week (Monday 26 to Sunday 2 October 2022).
22 September 2022
A state-of-the-art simulator for trainee surgeons to practise the skills needed to carry out orthopaedic arthroscopic joint surgery has been opened at Medway Maritime Hospital thanks to a £1 million legacy.
13 September 2022
09 September 2022
Following the sad news of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II’s death, the Trust’s Annual Members’ Meeting that was due to be held on Thursday 15 September, has been postponed as a mark of respect during the national mourning period.
05 September 2022
A new ‘one stop shop’ service has launched at Medway Maritime Hospital for patients with learning disabilities and autism who require medical procedures under a general anaesthetic.