A treatment escalation plan, or TEP, is a simple, effective tool when treating an acutely ill adult patient.
Part of providing high quality treatment and care at our Trust is having a workforce with the right skills.
The Surgical Patient Enhancement Team (SPET) deliver a programme of intensive, pre- and post-operative care to patients having surgery to their hip, knee, kidney, prostate or breast.
The Cancer Care team ensure that the Trust is providing top-quality care for every patient.
Medway Maritime Hospital is launching a guidebook to help junior doctors provide faster, safer treatment for patients with acute illness.
All staff, including porters, nurses, pharmacists and doctors, as well as patients and the public, have a role to play in infection prevention.
An experienced, nine-strong team of advisors and administrators run Medway Foundation Trust’s medical education programmes, supporting the delivery of high quality, evidence-based training.
Find out more about the Trust’s 289 volunteers, who contribute some 4,000 hours of service to the Trust every month.
The Estates and Facilities team is responsible for managing, maintaining and improving property and facilities across the hospital.
The Trust has developed an innovative, patient-centred approach to the treatment of severe stomach illness (a procedure known as laparotomy)