31 August 2018
We are delighted to announce that you will be able to put your trivia to the test once again, at our second hospital charity Quiz Night, on Friday 5 October, from 7pm in the restaurant at Medway Hospital.
28 August 2018
The Annual Members’ Meeting of Medway NHS Foundation Trust will take place at 6pm on Tuesday 25 September in the Restaurant at Medway Maritime Hospital.
Medway becomes first NHS Trust in England to offer additional time off for staff whose babies are born prematurely
17 August 2018
The Trust has become the first in England to sign up to The Smallest Things ‘Employer with Heart’ Charter, pledging its commitment to support the needs of premature babies and their families.
15 August 2018
Patients are at the heart of clinical research projects taking place in NHS hospitals up and down the country. That’s why we have volunteers like Bill, who helps the Trust as a Patient Research Ambassador.
02 August 2018
Team Maia is our award-winning team of maternity midwives who provide dedicated care to women who have their labour induced. It was established to ensure all women receive the best of care and support no matter how they experience labour and birth.
27 July 2018
To mark World Hepatitis Day (Saturday 28 July 2018), our staff at Medway Maritime Hospital have been raising awareness of the blood disease Hepatitis C.
26 July 2018
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has today published a report based on its inspection of Medway Maritime Hospital in April and May 2018.
24 July 2018
Since we welcomed the da Vinci robot to the Trust last year, more than 130 prostate and kidney patients have benefitted from this state of the art technology. Here, Medway resident Gino Manzotti talks about his experience of robotic surgery.
20 July 2018
The Critical Care Rehabilitation Team is a specialist therapy team working in our Intensive Care Unit (ICU). Research has shown that early rehabilitation for patients in critical care has many benefits, including improvements in strength, functional ability, quality of life and a reduced stay in hospital.
16 July 2018
Ursilla came to England from Trinidad in 1954 and trained as a nurse, working at Chatham’s All Saints Hospital. Now living in Gravesend, she looks back on the changes she experienced working in the NHS.