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  • A&E Sister Sarah Haylett and Lead Nurse David Anderson holding refurb plans between them A&E RefurbishmentKetterng General Hospital is launching a four month refurbishment of its A&E department to improve facilities for patients and staff. The £450,000 work programme will enable the hospital to put in an improved private waiting area for children along with additional consulting and treatment rooms. 17 April 2018
  • MR1072 KGH Care at Home Andrea Chalke with Homecare Nurse Nadia Anderson KGH Care At HomeKettering General Hospital has launched an alternative way of caring for some clinically stable hospital patients by enabling them to be supported at home - or in their care home. 17 April 2018
  • MR1071 Bereavement Pathway Pilot Bereavement Pathway PilotKettering General Hospital has joined a national NHS pilot project to help improve bereavement care for families where a baby has died. 17 April 2018
  • KGH Antibiotic App for Mobile Phones Launch of Antibiotic App for mobile phonesKettering General Hospital has launched an antibiotic App for mobile phones which will help ensure patients get the right treatments quickly. The free App, which is easy to download, equips staff with a huge amount of information including which antibiotics are most effective for particular infections taking into account the growing problem of antibiotic resistance. 07 March 2018
  • Emergency Care Under Intense PressureKettering General Hospital is under intense emergency care pressures and we are urging local people to use NHS services appropriately and stay away from A&E wherever possible. 06 March 2018
  • KGH improves its CQC rating but more work still to doKettering General Hospital has received an improved rating of 'requires improvement' in a Care Quality Commission (CQC) report published on February 27, 2018.The report is based on the most recent inspection of the Trust's services by the CQC which took place in November and December 2017. 27 February 2018
  • David Anderson and Mandy Blackman Four KGH nurses volunteer in Bangladesh to fight refugee diphtheria outbreakFour nurses from Kettering General Hospital have helped fight a potentially deadly outbreak of diphtheria amongst Burmese (Myanmar) refugees in Bangladesh. The nurses have all spent up to three weeks as part of the UK Emergency Medical Team deployed to Cox's Bazar. 21 February 2018
  • Recruitment Event February 2018Kettering General Hospital is hosting a recruitment event to appoint to a variety of jobs with an emphasis on nursing roles including career development, bank nursing and admin opportunities. Saturday 24th February, 10am-12pm, Prince William Education Centre (PWEC), KGH. 23 January 2018
  • MR1063 bowel screening 10th anniversary KGH Celebrates 10 Years Of Bowel ScreeningKettering General Hospital is celebrating 10 years of providing life-saving bowel screening for local people work which has detected nearly 800 cancers and more than 3,000 growths which can become cancers in local people. 17 January 2018
  • Wincanton SCBU Wincanton donates £7,433 to KGH's Special Care Baby UnitKettering logistics company Wincanton donates £7,433 to KGH's Special Care Baby Unit 27 December 2017
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