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A new initiative which encourages Dorset HealthCare staff to pitch innovative ideas for improving patient care has netted the support of two famous local footballers.
Former goalscoring AFC Bournemouth keeper Jimmy Glass and current Cherries ace Tyrone Mings attended a garden party at St Ann’s Hospital, in Poole, to unveil the fruits of its Space for Growth project.
Prof. Tanya Byron, respected child psychologist and co-host of BBC-TV’ s The House of the Tiny Tearaways, will be the keynote speaker at Dorset HealthCare’s Annual Members’ Meeting next month.
All members of the public are welcome to attend our 2017 Annual Members’ Meeting (AMM) and Heroes Awards event on Wednesday, 13 September at the Weymouth and Portland National Sailing Academy.
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Children and young people 11-19 across the county can now seek confidential advice and support on a range of health and wellbeing issues affecting them at the touch of a button.
ChatHealth, a new text messaging service, gives young people in school year 7 and above the opportunity to send questions via SMS directly from their mobile phone to the School Nursing Team.
We have held a special celebratory event to say thank you to our volunteers who play such a vital role in local community hospitals and other health services.
We want to celebrate the brilliant achievements of our staff and we want you to help us!
Anyone can nominate a member of staff, volunteer, bank worker or a team for that extra
special thank you.
If you wish to share your views and experiences, positive or negative, you can get in touch with our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS).
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