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Information regarding COVID-19 at BHT

The Trust has taken steps to protect patients, staff and visitors during the COVID-19 outbreak.

Maternity services during COVID-19

Please read our COVID-19 information page for updates

Information on accessing our sites during the COVID-19 outbreak 

Please remember: if you are experiencing any of the symptoms: please stay at home, follow NHS 111 online advice, do not enter any of our hospitals. For the latest information about coronavirus (COVID-19) please visitNHS.uk/coronavirus 

To contact our patient advice and liaison service (PALS), please call 01296 316042 (9am-4pm, Monday to Friday) or email bht.pals@nhs.net

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Trust Breast Unit staff raise breast cancer awareness and funds
30 Oct 2020

Congratulations to the Trust Breast Unit team on successfully completing the MagTeam100 challenge to raise funds for UK charity Prevent Breast Cancer by walking, cycling and, in some cases, running, 100 miles during Breast Cancer Awareness month this October.

Cancer services webinar in association with Healthwatch
29 Oct 2020

Cancer specialists and representatives from the Trust recently took part in an online event alongside other healthcare colleagues from across the region. The event, which took place on 20 October 2020, was organised by Healthwatch to provide an opportunity for patients to hear an update about cancer services in Buckinghamshire.

Helen Bewley recognised in Queen’s Birthday Honours list
12 Oct 2020

Many congratulations to Helen Bewley, who has been awarded an Order of the British Empire medal (BEM) for her services to pathology during COVID-19. Helen, lead anatomical pathology technician (APT) and head of the mortuary team, has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours announced at the weekend.

Trust nurse wins Royal College of Nursing ‘Making a difference award’
12 Oct 2020

Congratulations to Molly Chibvuri, Interim Matron Intensive Care Unit, Stoke Mandeville Hospital, who has won the inaugural South East Royal College of Nursing Black History Month ‘Making a Difference Award’.

Services at Brookside Centre disrupted due to flooding
06 Oct 2020

The Brookside Centre in Aylesbury is undergoing repair work following a recent flood. Sexual Health Services (bSHaW), located on the first floor, remain open while other clinics and services situated on the ground floor of Brookside are being relocated, where possible, until repair work is completed. All patients affected by this disruption are being notified by service teams and partner teams.

Success for Trust research team at regional research awards
02 Oct 2020

Congratulations to our winners at this year’s National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Clinical Research Network Thames Valley and South Midlands (LCRN) staff awards.

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