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Bedfordshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is seeing ‘really positive signs of improvement’ after an ‘in-depth’ plan was started to address...
Midwives from overseas are being recruited to help Bedfordshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust fill its vacancies in the face of a national shortage....
Midwives at Bedford Hospital were delighted to welcome the arrival of six babies on Christmas Day and another six on New Year’s Day. The first baby born in the early...
A leather clad Santa revved into Bedford hospital on a motorbike yesterday delivering some much-needed Christmas cheer to patients and staff. The big man was joined by several...
Bedford Hospital entrance
Bedford Borough Council’s Adult Services is working more closely with partners on hospital discharges and to support people to get them home safely, a meeting heard. Kate Walker...
Putnoe Medical Centre
A GP's surgery in Bedford has made the decision to employ a security guard on its premises to protect its staff and patients from an increasing number of verbal and physical threats...
A scannable yellow bracelet, containing patient records, will soon be available to all people who receive care, either at home or in residential, giving instant access to their medical...
Vaccine elderly
The annual flu vaccination programme is now underway across Bedfordshire, Luton and Milton Keynes, with many GP practices and pharmacies offering the flu jab...
blood test
From Monday (18 October) a new appointment booking system for paediatric (children) blood tests will be available at Bedford Hospital. Appointments can be made...
GP doctor
One GP surgery in Bedford Borough recently received over 45,000 telephone calls in one month – well over the pre-pandemic norm of 27-29,000 calls. David Picking, head of primary care...
A mother, who had already lost a child, has described how Bedford Hospital left her feeling “bottom of the barrel” and “insignificant” when suffering a miscarriage. The mother of one, who wishes to remain...
Bedfordshire Hospitals’ porter Ravi Mahay went to an official reception at No. 10 Downing Street on 24 May. Hosted by the prime minister, the reception was held to thank the efforts of NHS staff throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.