26 March 2018 | Team news
When retired postman and keen angler David Paine had been waiting nine months for a knee replacement after his GP recommended he have surgery with no sign of an operation date in sight, he was at the point despair.
29 January 2018 | Team news
Emersons Green NHS Treatment Centre has appointed a new consultant orthopaedic surgeon to further boost the services available to patients across the region.
17 December 2017 | Health news
It cleanses, hydrates and refreshes – there’s nothing quite like a nice cool glass of water. And not only does it feel satisfying, drinking water is vital for our bodies to function.
27 October 2017 | Health news
Cataracts are a common eye condition. As you get older the lens inside your eye gradually changes and becomes less transparent and this affects your ability to see.
13 September 2017 | Team news
Endoscopy services at Will Adams NHS Treatment Centre have been given the seal of approval by the watchdog responsible for overseeing national accreditation.
13 February 2017 | Team news
The Centre, which opened in 2006, was visited by CQC inspectors in September last year. The inspectors reported on two core services.
22 November 2016 | Health news
In many cases, people think they just have a stubborn cough or are just feeling below par without realising they may have cancer.
29 July 2016 | Team news
A national measurement which grades patients’ health improvement following an operation has rated Shepton Mallet NHS Treatment Centre top in the area for knee replacements.
4 July 2016 | Team news
Care UK’s Health Care team has won the Midland HR Impact Award for best HR and Payroll Project Team.
22 April 2016 | Health news
This year it is expected that more than 43,000 men in this country will be diagnosed with prostate, testicular and penile cancer.
8 April 2015 | Health news
Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) affects around six million people in the UK. It has a range of symptoms, including stomach pain, bloating, constipation, diarrhoea and vomiting. The name IBS is given to these set of symptoms which occur together but are actually unexplained, with no obvious biological reason, such as a change in the […]
17 December 2014 | Team news
The new-look Minor Injury Unit (MIU) at the Royal South Hants Hospital has seen a surge in attendance figures since it was re-launched in August.