Joining QA as a trainee BMS, Miguel is now on the path to becoming a Consultant Clinical Scientist
A patient of QA has recently sent us a lovely letter praising the care he is receiving
We recently invited several of our young patients and their families for a very special tour of the Pathology Department. It was the second tour of its kind in partnership with the charity Harvey's Gang.
North Entrance is currently closed for maintenance work
A new programme, Home First, is to be rolled across wards today with the aim of increasing hospital discharges
Portsmouth Hospital’s NHS Trust has been shortlisted by Health Services Journal (HSJ) for national recognition of their project entitled: “Your patient is deteriorating, it’s Time to ACT” which is positioned in the Patient Safety category.
Headway, Portsmouth South East Hants and Tennis Foundation joined patients on F1 Ward earlier this week to get patients out of bed and to enjoy some exciting tennis activities
We want to congratulate colleagues from Queen Alexandra Hospital who have recently been awarded by the University of Portsmouth and University of Southampton
Philippa, aged 27, had had complications with her first labour and was worried about her second pregnancy. She decided not to wait and called the Labour Line during her early stages of labour.
This week is World Breastfeeding Week and to mark the week we are introducing you to Hayley Nelson, an Infant Feeding Specialist at Queen Alexandra Hospital
“The doctor told her to call for an ambulance immediately. After that, I don’t remember a great deal.”
An interesting and informative Medication Safety drop-in event was held last week for staff
Portsmouth, Fareham and Gosport and South Eastern Hampshire CCGs, along with Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust (PHT), Portsmouth City Council, Solent NHS Trust, and Southern Health NHS Foundation Trust, won the Improving Care Through Collaborative Working at the Health Transformation Awards
Congratulations to Emma Williams, Clinical Educator in Simulation, who has just graduated after completing a BA (Hons) in Education at Portsmouth University.
Both Hannah and Ella raised the money by taking part in Portsmouth Hospitals Charity’s WardWalk event in May
To celebrate their 75th anniversary, The Institute of Healthcare Engineering and Estate Management (IHEEM), based in Southsea have chosen Queen Alexandra Hospital’s charity as their 2018 chosen charity of the year.
The first cohort of Advanced Critical Care Practitioners - five in all - at Queen Alexandra Hospital graduated yesterday after completing the Advanced Critical Care Practitioner training programme