19 November 2020
The Medway Hospital Charity has been by humbled by the generosity of people in Medway and Swale for continuing to raise money to support the NHS during the COVID-19 pandemic.
18 November 2020
You may have heard in the media recently that the Trust has declared a ‘critical incident’ as a result of increased pressures at Medway Maritime Hospital; this is not correct. As part of our COVID planning we have introduced enhanced internal measures but no incident has been declared.
17 November 2020
As you will be aware, work has not yet started on the new Coffee Shop for The Medway League of Friends, and we wanted to provide you with an update on the current position.
02 November 2020
Unfortunately we have had to take the difficult decision to suspend visiting at the hospital from Tuesday 3 November until further notice. This includes visiting patients on the ward and attending with a relative who may be attending a routine appointment in main or specialty outpatients, including maternity.
30 October 2020
Listen to a special ‘Stoptober’ themed podcast with Medway NHS Foundation Trust Smoking Cessation Lead, Dr Nandita Divekar, who tells Hospital Radio Medway about the dangers of smoking and why it’s so important to kick the habit.
28 October 2020
Medway NHS Foundation Trust is supporting the annual ‘Stoptober’ campaign, encouraging the nation's smokers to make a quit attempt for the month of October and beyond.
22 October 2020
Due to a rise in coronavirus patients in the hospital, we have introduced visiting restrictions on some of our wards. We have taken this step to ensure the safety of our patients, staff and the wider community.
22 October 2020
It’s important that you know that we are open and we are here. It is safe for you to attend Medway Maritime Hospital and our staff are ready to help you.
21 October 2020
We are pleased to announce that Joanne Palmer has been appointed Chair of Medway NHS Foundation Trust.
16 October 2020
There are currently a small number of patients, who have tested positive for coronavirus, being cared for in the hospital.
As a precaution we have suspended visiting to Will Adams, Jade and Wakeley wards; we have taken this step to ensure the safety of our patients, staff and the wider community.