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A guide to the new Endoscopy Suite at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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In November 2015 the work started on redeveloping our Endoscopy Unit to respond to a growing demand for endoscopic investigations. The work has been completed and the expanded unit, which features more treatment rooms and clinics as well as improved privacy and dignity, is now open to patients. It certainly has ‘The Wow Factor’ and this video will take you through a guided tour…
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Fitting and maintaining a hearing aid - A Chesterfield Royal Hospital guide
 
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This video gives you a demonstration and instructions on how to fit and use an NHS Hearing Aid, written by and filmed with the support of the Chesterfield Royal Hospital's Audiology Department.
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'What Is Norovirus?'
 
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600,000 to one million people suffer from Norovirus (winter vomiting bug) every year. It's an unpleasant illness that causes sickness and stomach upsets. Our latest information video explains what to do if you 'catch the bug'
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Treating Sepsis as a Medical Emergency - Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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The Trust has been doing a lot of work to ensure that incidents of Sepsis are diagnosed and treated as soon as possible. We now treat a red flag diagnosis as a medical emergency. This video will show you how such a case is treated and how our medical teams will react...
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'Proud to be a Volunteer' at Chesterfield Royal NHS Foundation Trust
 
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We're launching a brand new volunteer service and are looking for a team of people who are willing to give their time to help our dedicated workforce deliver the best possible quality care for our patients. We'd like people to offer their time to meet and greet patients, help patients with their meals, give support to staff who deal with patients suffering from a Dementia, to support our very busy help desk and patient escorts and much more. We're speaking with all departments and areas of the hospital to find out what opportunities are available and what we might be able to offer anybody interested in getting involved. Perhaps you've been here for treatment and want to give something back, maybe you've always wanted to be involved with the hospital but not been sure how or perhaps you've got some time on your hands and want to do something worthwhile. This short video features four of our current volunteers who outline the role and the benefits of working as a volunteer at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital. If you are interested in joining our team of volunteers then all you have to do is complete the attached form. You are not committing to anything by filling out this form, it's just so that our volunteer co-ordinators can find out a bit more about you and where you might be able to help and they will contact you directly to discuss your involvement further. To register your interest and to request a call back from one of our volunteer co-ordinators, please download and return this form. This is purely a registration of interest form and you are not committing to anything by sending it to us. Alternatively you can contact one of the volunteers team on 01246 - 516348. http://www.chesterfieldroyal.nhs.uk/workforus/volunteering/index
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You and your warfarin -  Information about how to take your warfarin tablets safely
 
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This short video provides information about how to take warfarin. It is aimed at patients newly started on warfarin (an anticoagulant medicine). It has been developed by NHS pharmacists at Chesterfield Royal Hospital.
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After the Fire at Chesterfield Royal Hospital
 
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A severe fire at Chesterfield Royal Hospital on Saturday June 25th 2011 all but destroyed main entrance facilities - including the reception desk where patients book in for their out-patient appointments. Alternative arrangements were swiftly put in place to make sure appointments have not had to be cancelled. This video explains what the new process is all about...
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Orthopaedic Nursing at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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If you’re considering a career as an orthopaedic nurse then this video will give you an idea of what it’s like to work at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital and what we have to offer.
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The Royal Moves To Calow 1984
 
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On 29th April 1984, the Chesterfield Royal Hospital moved from a small, town centre building to a purpose built, state-of-the-art site in Calow. It was a momentous day in the 150 year history of the hospital, we have tracked down some archive footage taken of the move along with the recollections of nurse consultant Ian Fretwell who was working that day. Here is a piece of history...
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How to thicken fluids: levels 1 to 4 - Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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This video shows you how to thicken drinks to the right consistency. If you have a swallowing difficulty (dysphagia) your Speech and Language Therapist may have a assessed you and recommended you have thickened drinks. Thickened drinks can be easier for people to swallow. The different thickness of drinks is described using the International Dysphagia Diet Standardisation Initiative (IDDSI). All 4 levels are demonstrated. It is important that you follow the instructions carefully to get the right consistency. If you have any questions, please contact your Speech and Language Therapist. Level 1: Slightly thick drinks - consistency of full fat milk or milk shakes. Level 2: Mildly thick drinks - consistency to single cream, creamed soups or the syrup in tinned fruit. Level 3: Moderately thick drinks - consistency pouring custard or double cream. Level 4: Extremely thick drinks - consistency to thick pudding or set yoghurt.
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A guide to a children's MRI Scan ( Magnetic Resonance Imaging ) at Chesterfield Royal Hospital
 
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***This video is a simulated illustration to children and their parents of an MRI Scan procedure under general anaesthetic, at no time was the scanner in operation, and no anaesthetic was administered*** Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is a type of scan that uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to produce detailed images of the inside of the body. An MRI scanner is a large tube that contains powerful magnets. You lie inside the tube during the scan. An MRI scan can be used to examine almost any part of the body. During an MRI scan, you lie on a flat bed which is moved into the scanner. Depending on the part of your body being scanned, you will be moved into the scanner either head first or feet first. The MRI scanner is operated by someone who is trained in carrying out X-rays and similar procedures, called a radiographer. They control the scanner using a computer, which is in a different room from the scanner to keep it away from the magnetic field generated by the scanner. You will be able to talk to the radiographer through an intercom and they will be able to see you on a television monitor throughout the scan. At certain times during the scan, the scanner will make loud tapping noises. This is the electric current in the scanner coils being turned on and off. You will be given earplugs or headphones to wear. It is very important that you keep as still as possible during your MRI scan. The scan will last between 15 and 90 minutes, depending on the size of the area being scanned and how many images are taken. An MRI scan is a painless and safe procedure. You may find it uncomfortable if you have claustrophobia (fear of enclosed spaces), but with support from the radiographer, most people find this manageable. Sometimes going into the scanner feet first may be easier, although this is not always possible. MRI scans do not involve exposing the body to X-ray radiation. This means people who may be particularly vulnerable to the effects of radiation, such as pregnant women and babies, can use them if necessary. However, not everyone can have an MRI scan. For example, they are not always possible for people who have certain types of implants fitted, such as a pacemaker (a battery operated device that helps control an irregular heartbeat). Extensive research has been carried out into whether the magnetic fields and radio waves used during MRI scans could pose a risk to the human body. No evidence to suggest that there is a risk has been found, which means that MRI is one of the safest medical procedures currently available. More Information can be found at NHS Choices Website: http://www.nhs.uk/
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#HelloMyNameIs
 
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As part of our approach to high-quality services we're making sure our patients have a great experience of our hospital. And in support of Dr Kate Grainger's #HelloMyNameIs campaign and our own #ProudtoCare values, we've produced this simple reminder of the one thing we must ALL do to treat our patients with respect, and to make them feel welcome. It costs nothing - but it makes all the difference. Find out from some of our own staff why #HelloMyNameIs really matters...
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Direct Oral Anticoagulants - Information about how to take your medication safely
 
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This short film provides information about how to take direct oral anticoagulants (apixaban, dabigatran or rivaroxaban). It is aimed at patients newly starting direct oral anticoagulant medicines. It has been produced by NHS pharmacists at Chesterfield Royal Hospital.
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The Countess of Wessex opens the new Chesterfield Birth Centre
 
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The Countess of Wessex opens the new Chesterfield Birth Centre. The Chesterfield Birth Centre welcomed a very special guest to officially declare it open on a day of celebration for staff and new mums. It was a proud moment for everyone involved, to find out more and see how the day went watch Chesterfield Royal Hospital's latest patient information video.
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End PJ Paralysis
 
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This Trust is committed to ending PJ Paralysis and will encourage patients to get out of bed, get dressed and get ready for the day ahead. This increases independence and improve recovery, this video explains why.
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Physiotherapy during Pregnancy - Information on safe physiotherapy and sleeping positions
 
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Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to present our Antenatal Education Class, a patient information video. We hope that the following short videos and slides will help answer some of the questions you may have about the changes that happen to your body in pregnancy, the labour stages and pain relief, and what happens once the baby is born. Please note: Simulation dolls have been used in some areas of this video. This information will assist you to make birth choices in your birth plan. This generally happens around 34 to 36 weeks. Please speak to your community midwife for further details. Our Maternity team offers a complete service from postnatal care, through to birth, antenatal and after care for you and your baby and a very close working relationship with our community partners. Shortcuts to individual videos: Using Slings and Carriers Safely : www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTupV1-KJx4&feature=youtu.be Your New Baby - what happens once your baby arrives: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr7sObI8XGw&feature=youtu.be Physiotherapyduring Pregnancy: www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgkg8u_VVl0&feature=youtu.be Labour and Pain Relief: www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy4H22Y-Uwk&feature=youtu.be Could this be it?: www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6hiSeHx_TQ&feature=youtu.be Active Birth: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOEMzf8J11c&feature=youtu.be Check out our 'Your Journey through our Midwifery Services' Video which takes you through the entire process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaRbd8LWeOg&feature=youtu.be
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The Duchess of Cornwall opens the new wards at Chesterfield Royal Hospital
 
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The Chesterfield Royal Hospital was very proud to welcome Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cornwall to unveil the new ward development. Hasland, Elmton and Ridgeway wards became the biggest development undertaken by the Royal since it gained Foundation Trust status, please click on this video to see details of the Duchess' visit and unveiling if the plaque
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Baby Born Sleeping – My Stillbirth Story
 
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Sarah Smith talks about her experiences at Chesterfield Royal Hospital and the legacy of her son Joel This is Sarah’s story, in her own words. Her experiences of giving birth at Chesterfield Royal Hospital led her to ensure her son’s name would be remembered for years to come. Joel was born sleeping on October 3 2104 and afterwards Sarah describes how she felt she could have been better prepared for going home without him. In a ground breaking move, the Royal’s charity has funded Sarah to produce a book of experiences that will support other woman and families at the hospital who go through stillbirth. Sarah has worked to break the stigma of stillbirth, taking her own knowledge and using it to help others and improve the on-going care that midwives at the hospital can provide. The book will be completed in 2016.
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#PeakFlow1- Discharging Medically Fit Patients from Hospital
 
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In partnership with more than sixty health and social care organisations across North Derbyshire, Chesterfield Royal Hospital is aiming to provide patients with a ‘perfect week’ – as part of an exciting project that aims to make sure patients get home from hospital, with the support and care they need, as soon as they are medically fit to leave. At the Royal, the week’s challenges (10th to 18th September) for medical, nursing, therapy and support staff, will involve reviewing patients before 11am, ward teams collecting patients from the Emergency Management Unit, planning discharge dates in advance for every patient, rapid access to diagnostic tests, discharging patients before lunch - and reviewing all patients who’ve been in hospital 14 days and over. It sounds simple – but in practice it requires co-operation from a host of different teams, all working to the same set of standards and making sure everything a patient needs is ready in advance. This could be anything from support aids to use at home, to medication or district nurse appointments. Based on the national ‘perfect week’ concept, North Derbyshire’s trial is thought to be the biggest to date with sign-up from hospitals, commissioning groups, adult social care services, general practitioners, the ambulance service, 111 and GP out of hours; community health services, residential homes and more. The organisations are combining forces to see exactly what could be achieved if they worked in different way. Dr Richard Genever is leading the Peak Flow 1 project and says: “Many of the people we look after are in the later stages of their lives, so time is a precious commodity and we believe that any day spent in hospital without benefit is a day too many. We wouldn’t choose to spend time in hospital unless it was absolutely crucial and for medical reasons, so why would our patients? This is a fantastic opportunity to see what we can do differently to improve patient experience." Results from the seven day ‘experiment’ will be used to progress development plans – and it’s likely there will be several trial to determine what permanent changes the health and social care community needs to make.
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MRSA Screening at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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Correct MRSA screening is essential to prevent the spread of the infection to patients and nursing staff during your stay in the hospital. This short video will explain how we take MRSA swabs. A swab is a cotton bud that is placed on the area of skin to be tested. Swabs are taken from the inside of your nose and a non-invasive one from your groin area. Swabbing is painless and only takes a few seconds.
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Your Pregnancy & Birth Pathway at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital 2017
 
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Our Maternity team offers a complete service from postnatal care, through to birth, antenatal and after care for you and your baby and a very close working relationship with our community partners. This video takes you through the entire process, including an inside look at our birth centre, what you can expect from your Ultrasound Scan and how we can help with breastfeeding. Check out our new Antenatal Education Class video which will help answer some of the questions you may have about the changes that happen to your body in pregnancy, the labour stages and pain relief, and what happens once the baby is born: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EtUFDCBDaQ0
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Antenatal Education Class - a guide to pregnancy and caring for your baby
 
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Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to present our Antenatal Education Class, a patient information video. We hope that the following short videos and slides will help answer some of the questions you may have about the changes that happen to your body in pregnancy, the labour stages and pain relief, and what happens once the baby is born. Please note: Simulation dolls have been used in some areas of this video. This information will assist you to make birth choices in your birth plan. This generally happens around 34 to 36 weeks. Please speak to your community midwife for further details. Our Maternity team offers a complete service from postnatal care, through to birth, antenatal and after care for you and your baby and a very close working relationship with our community partners. Shortcuts to individual videos: Using Slings and Carriers Safely : www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTupV1-KJx4&feature=youtu.be Your New Baby - what happens once your baby arrives: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr7sObI8XGw&feature=youtu.be Physiotherapyduring Pregnancy: www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgkg8u_VVl0&feature=youtu.be Labour and Pain Relief: www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy4H22Y-Uwk&feature=youtu.be Could this be it?: www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6hiSeHx_TQ&feature=youtu.be Active Birth: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOEMzf8J11c&feature=youtu.be Check out our 'Your Journey through our Midwifery Services' Video which takes you through the entire process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaRbd8LWeOg&feature=youtu.be
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Stop the Clot
 
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Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is working to raise VTE awareness. It is estimated hospital acquired venous thromboembolism (VTE) cause more than 25,000 deaths each year in England alone. This is more 25 times the number who die from MRSA. VTE ie blood clots which form inside veins are called deep vein thrombosis (DVT) and pulmonary embolus (PE ). All patients over 18years old coming into hospital need to have their risk of developing a blood clot assessed. If you or a relative are coming into hospital ask your nurse or doctor if a risk assessment has been done. To find out more information about VTE, risk assessments and what you can do to reduce your risk by viewing the following links: www.nhs.uk/Conditions/Deep-vein-thrombosis/Pages/Prevention.aspx www.nhs.uk/conditions/Thrombosis/Pages/Introduction.aspx www.thrombosis-charity.org.uk www.chesterfieldroyal.nhs.uk
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Speech and Language Therapy - A guide to the services provided by Chesterfield Royal Hospital
 
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We all take for granted the ability to communicate and swallow normally and it is not until we are unable to do this that we realise how important it is to us, to our independence, our quality of life, and to the sense of who we are. As a speech & language therapy team at Chesterfield Royal Hospital, we aim to transform lives by providing effective and holistic intervention for people with communication and swallowing difficulties. Here are some patient stories about their experiences of having swallowing and communication difficulties, and how speech and language therapy has positively impacted on their lives....
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Volunteering at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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Our team of volunteers is expanding all the time and complementing our clinical departments to the benefit of our colleagues and patients. The work they do, giving up their spare time to make a real difference to this hospital, is invaluable. If you have been thinking about joining our team of volunteers but not sure what is involved and how to go about it then this video will serve as an introduction to you might expect...
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Freedom to Speak Up - Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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When things go wrong in the healthcare setting, the quality of the care we provide can be affected and patients can suffer as a result, which is why everyone who works in the NHS should feel free to speak up, even when they are not sure whether there is a serious issue at stake of not. In recent years, it’s become clear that some staff don’t have the knowledge or confidence to raise or respond to concerns about patient safety. Speaking up should be something that everyone does and is encouraged to do. Raising concerns is a positive activity, and I am committed to support and encourage all those who raise honestly held concerns about safety, I will not tolerate any victimisation of members of staff who have raised genuine concerns. Speak with your line manager if you have any concerns that you feel are affecting patient care or your patients’ experience. If you feel you cannot speak with your manager then we have our Freedom to Speak Up Guardian who will support you through the process, or raise the concern on your behalf. We value staff who raise concerns, and the benefits it brings to our patients. Be proud that changes have taken place because you had the courage to speak up. Our recently updated Freedom to speak up Policy gives employees a clear guidance on how to raise a concern and what you should expect in regards to being thanked for raising your concern, the investigation and the feedback you will receive and how the learning from the investigation will be shared to all appropriate staff. You can contact me vie email or on my mobile, there is also a link on the intranet to complete a FTSU datix form which can be completed anonymously. Only I have access to these forms. This online form has replaced the ‘You say, we listen’ phone line. As a measure of good practice for our hospital every member of staff should have training on raising and responding to concerns. You will find two videos on the Freedom to Speak up section of the Intranet that will provide you with the information you need. We want you to feel confident that your patients are safe and your area of work is supportive, that your concerns are taken seriously and actioned appropriately. Above all our aim is that you would feel confident to raise concerns again and you would encourage others to do so too.
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'Having an X-ray' a video designed for people with learning disabilities.
 
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A video version of the Easy Read Patient Information Leaflet 'Having an X-ray' produced by Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust as a guide for people with learning disabilities. Produced in conjunction with the Chesterfield, Bolsover & North East Derbyshire Reps On Board, this short film explains the process of having an X-Ray. To download the hard copy of this Easy Read document, visit our website: chesterfieldroyal.nhs.uk/patients/easy_read
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Recognising and Supporting Patient's Carers - Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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There are around 7 million carers in the UK and this figure is rising 3 in 5 people will be a carer at some point in their lives Patient families and carers are a vital input into making sure we deliver Patient Centred Care here at Chesterfield Royal Hospital. Recognising, involving and supporting families and carers of patients can make a huge difference in the patient's journey both whilst in the hospital and on discharge. This educational video will help you to understand how to recognise and support patient's carers and how to involve them in the patient's care and care planning.
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The Holly and the Ivy - Christmas comes to Chesterfield Royal Hospital
 
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Pupils from St Peter and St Paul Independent School in Chesterfield entertain patients, staff and visitors of Chesterfield Royal Hospital with their rendition of 'The Holly and the Ivy' as Christmas comes to the Royal.
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The New Chesterfield Royal Hospital Macmillan Cancer Centre - Dr.Roger Start
 
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Dr Roger Start, Lead Cancer Clinician at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust outlines the benefits of building a new cancer centre on site – and how it will improve patient care and experience. In partnership with Macmillan Cancer Support, the hospital is hoping that the facility will be open by the Autumn of 2016. A fundraising appeal for #2.5 million will support the overall build costs of #8.9 million. The centre will: Enable specialist teams to provide all out-patient chemotherapy and clinical haematology in one place. Provide specialist information and advice and counselling. Provide complementary therapies, welfare benefits advice, practical support and dietary advice. Give access to self-help and support groups and ‘signpost’ patients and their carers to the voluntary and community groups who provide valuable cancer support.
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Bowel Scope Screening at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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Bowel Scope Screening is a one off Camera test to help prevent bowel cancer. Bowel Scope is offered to men and woman aged 55years. Here at North Derbyshire Screening Centre all our lists are currently based at Chesterfield Royal Hospital we cover a screening population of just over half a million. The video you are about to see will show you a typical participants experience through the Bowel Scope Screening journey. The Endoscopy unit is a brand new and purpose built which centres around the participants’ journey having privacy and dignity zones. You will receive an invitation through the post asking if you wish to take part in Bowel scope screening. You can either telephone the free phone number or use the pre-paid envelope to confirm. -- Then you will receive confirmation of your appointment and an enema through the post prior to your appointment. There will be a free phone number on your letter to contact if your appointment is unsuitable or you have any special needs or requirements. You will also receive a consent form, please read and sign this- take this to your appointment with you. A couple of days prior to your test you will receive a pre procedure phone call from a screening practitioner, checking you are still attending your appointment and offering you a chance to ask any questions. On the day of your test you will need to use the enema an hour before leaving home following the instructions provided. Remove the enema from the packet; lie down close to the toilet on your left side if possible with your knees up towards your chest. Insert the enema as per the instructions provided; try to hold onto the liquid for as long as you can, or up to 5 minutes before going to the toilet. On arrival for your test go straight to the endoscopy department and report to the endoscopy reception. You will have your details checked on arrival and will be asked to complete a health check questionnaire. Please hand your signed consent form to the receptionist. Your details will be checked with the Endoscopy nurse along with your blood pressure prior to your test. You will be walked to the Endoscopy room, where the Screening Practitioner, Screening Endoscopist and Endoscopy nurses will be present. You will be asked to change into some dignity shorts behind a privacy screen within the room. The test normally takes around 15 minutes, gas and air is available if needed. Small polyps can be removed if seen, you won’t feel this. Once your test is complete you will change back into your clothes behind the privacy screen. The screening practitioner will then go through your discharge information and any follow up required. You will be invited to take part in the Bowel Cancer Screening Programme at 60 years. I hope you have found the information contained within this video useful, if you have any further questions then please call us on 01246 512197. Further information on Bowel Screening and a Colonoscopy test can be found in our video: 'A Patients experience through Bowel Screening and a Colonoscopy' at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q5Zo2WaHV7c&feature=youtu.be
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Our Cancer Services - Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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Every week the Chesterfield Royal Hospital receives somewhere in the region of 100 urgent referrals for suspected cancer and we diagnose an average of 30 new cancers every week, many more if we include common skin cancers. Roughly a fifth of everything we do at this Trust is related to the diagnosis, treatment and follow up of cancer, including end of life care, making cancer a core service here. We estimate that there are currently around 2 million cancer survivors in the UK, a number that grows by 3 per cent every year, and thanks to improvements in surgery, radiotherapy and chemotherapy, cancer survivorship is improving all the time. We diagnose and treat a number of different cancers, including colorectal, lung, upper gastro-intestinal, gynaecological, and haematology. Here is a brief guide to a few of our other sites...
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Bowel Cancer Screening  - A Patients experience through Bowel Screening and a Colonoscopy
 
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The video you are about to see will show you a typical patient’s experience through the Bowel Screening journey. (Updated June 2017). The Endoscopy unit is a brand new and purpose built which centre’s around the patient’s journey having privacy and dignity zones and male and female segregation. Currently we have 4 clinic’s and 4-5 endoscopy lists a week, all based at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital, covering a population of just over half a million patients within the screening age of 60-74 years As you come through the hospital’s main entrance you should go straight to the main reception to check in – you will be directed to the correct clinic from there. When you arrive at the clinic you will see a big white board telling you where your screening nurse is - just take a seat outside the room; the screening nurse will be expecting you. The screening nurse will check your name, date of birth, address and contact number before asking a series of questions about your health, medications you may be taking and questions about your bowels. You will then be shown a series of slides to illustrate what a polyp looks like before being told in details how to take the laxative to clear your bowel prior to the test. The screening nurse will then go through the timings of when you need to take the laxative. First of all you need to remove one of the packets from the box at the time stated in the instructions. Mix packets A and B together with a litre of tap water. You must drink a glass of the laxative every 15 minutes alongside half a litre of clear fluids. Avoid taking any medication an hour before, whilst drinking the laxative, and for an hour afterwards. Remember to stay close to a toilet when you start drinking the laxative. On arrival for your colonoscopy don’t go the main reception, instead go straight to the endoscopy department and report to the endoscopy reception. You may be with us for 2 to 3 hours so if you are being picked up, make sure they are aware of this. You will have your details checked on arrival. Your details will be checked by the endoscopy nurse with your blood pressure before you get ready for your test. To ensure your privacy and dignity is respected, designated male and female changing areas are provided for you to get changed into a gown. When you are changed the endoscopy nurse will come and insert a cannula, leaving a small plastic tube in place ready for the test. One of the nurses from the endoscopy room room will come and collect you and you will be walked into the endoscopy room, where the screening practitioner and screening colonoscopist will be present with endoscopy nurses. The test normally takes around 30-45 minutes on average but can take longer if a number of samples need to be collected. Gas and air is available as an alternative to sedation. Your comfort levels will be monitored throughout, some patients find the gas and air useful alongside the sedation Once your colonoscopy is over you will be taken to either the male or female recovery bay, where you will have your blood pressure re-checked and the cannula removed. You will be offered a warm drink and a biscuit before you get dressed. Once you are fit for discharge the recovery nurse will walk you down to the discharge area. If you have had sedation you will need someone to take you home and stay with you for at least the next 12 hours. The endoscopy nurse will discuss your test and you will be given written information and after care. The screening nurse will call you the next working day to check your ID before asking how you are, and give you the opportunity to ask any further questions. Any follow up required will also be discussed. I hope that you have found the information contained within this video useful, if you have any further questions then please call us on 01246 512197. Further information on the Bowel Scope screening test can be found in our video: 'Bowel Scope Screening at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust' at the following link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-w-C-h3UHbk&feature=youtu.be
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AAA Screening - Abdominal aortic aneurysms
 
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The Chesterfield Royal Hospital has been working in partnership with Royal Derby Hospital for a number of years as part of the national Triple A (AAA) Screening Programme. Inviting all men as they reach the age of 65, the scan looks for an abdominal aortic aneurysm and then monitors it until it reaches a size that requires an operation. If such an aneurysm ruptures, it can cause almost instant death so this is a programme which quite literally saves lives. This video also includes a patient story of a gentleman whose scan revealed an aneurysm which, after careful monitoring, required surgery,
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Registering for OpenAthens - Online professional academic resources for NHS staff
 
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This presentation from Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust shows you how to register for OpenAthens: https://openathens.nice.org.uk/ OpenAthens allows you to access an extensive electronic database of professional academic resources online at your desk or at home. Your OpenAthens Password and Username will give you access to a huge range of information including: Databases to search for journal articles Electronic Journals Electronic Books And E-Learning Anyone who is employed by the NHS in England is entitled to register and access these resources. Registration is quick and simple if you use your NHS.net or professional email address Type in the hospital name and select it from the drop down list. Scroll down again to enter your personal information Complete all the boxes listed including your NHS.net or professional email address When you have completed this check the Terms & Conditions box at the foot of the page and click on the Submit button Your account and username will be created immediately and will be displayed on the screen, you will receive an email in your inbox with details how to set up a unique password. You have 48 hours to create your password, if you miss this deadline, contact your OpenAthens Administrator as shown in the email. Activate your registration by following the link in the email and create a password of your choice, click on the submit button to complete the process. You can now go to the 'NHS Health Information Website' If you have any problems please contact your OpenAthens Administrator.
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Upgrade of the Women's Health Unit (WHU) and Trinity ward (Maternity) at Chesterfield Royal Hospital
 
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The Women's Health Unit (WHU) and Trinity ward (Maternity) are the subject of a major £1.2million upgrade at the Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. The WHU is being transformed into a purpose built area at the same time as Trinity ward is given an upgrade to bring it into line with the style and workings of the Chesterfield Birth Centre. The work will improve the privacy and dignity of the WHU patients, bring all gynaecology outpatient clinics into one place and provide a shared staff rest room for both areas. Patients from Trinity Ward will move to Portland Ward along with day case and emergency patients from the WHU. Meanwhile all outpatient treatment activity and the early pregnancy assessment unit will move across the corridor to the Margaret Grieve Suite from Friday May 11th. Work is due to start on Monday 4th June with both Trinity Ward and the WHU expected to open by the end of October.
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Active Birth - Benefits For Mother and Baby before and after Birth
 
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Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to present our Antenatal Education Class, a patient information video. We hope that the following short videos and slides will help answer some of the questions you may have about the changes that happen to your body in pregnancy, the labour stages and pain relief, and what happens once the baby is born. Please note: Simulation dolls have been used in some areas of this video. This information will assist you to make birth choices in your birth plan. This generally happens around 34 to 36 weeks. Please speak to your community midwife for further details. Our Maternity team offers a complete service from postnatal care, through to birth, antenatal and after care for you and your baby and a very close working relationship with our community partners. Shortcuts to individual videos: Using Slings and Carriers Safely : www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTupV1-KJx4&feature=youtu.be Your New Baby - what happens once your baby arrives: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr7sObI8XGw&feature=youtu.be Physiotherapyduring Pregnancy: www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgkg8u_VVl0&feature=youtu.be Labour and Pain Relief: www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy4H22Y-Uwk&feature=youtu.be Could this be it?: www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6hiSeHx_TQ&feature=youtu.be Active Birth: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOEMzf8J11c&feature=youtu.be Check out our 'Your Journey through our Midwifery Services' Video which takes you through the entire process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaRbd8LWeOg&feature=youtu.be
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Our Operating Theatre Complex: Modernisation Project 2013-2015. Phase One
 
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Our theatres are receiving their first major upgraded since this hospital opened in 1984 as part of a £12million, three year project. This video details the work done to date on a new operating room with contributions from our theatre staff, contractors and public governor Brian Parsons.
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Breast Screening - Help for people with learning disabilities
 
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Breast Screening - A short video to help people with learning disabilities
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The Facilities Journey at Chesterfield Royal Hospital
 
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Facilities Services at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Everything at this Trust is geared towards giving the patient the best quality care available. Whilst this care is administered by highly skilled teams of nurses, clinicians and technicians, there are many more highly skilled & dedicated people working behind the scenes to allow our frontline healthcare staff to do their jobs more efficiently. Facilities Services are always there, making sure you are safe, that you are fed, that you are taken to your x-ray on time, and that you have clean bed linen every day and much more. You may not realise the impact they have on the running of this hospital but by the end of this video you will appreciate the tremendous effort they put in on a daily basis to keep the hospital running and improve the patient experience.
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Pre Degree HCA Pilot at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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The Chesterfield Royal Hospital is one of the pilot sites for an initiative that will see student nurses spending time working as a healthcare assistant before taking up their degree. The Trust is working in partnership with the University of Derby to give 10 of these students the chance to work on our wards for 6 months before beginning their course to learn more about the personal and practical side of the job. The scheme was suggested as part of the Francis Report in the wake of the Mid-Staffordshire enquiry, this video will tell you more about what's behind the scheme and how it will work...
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What Not to Bring into Hospital - A Chesterfield Royal Hospital Patients Guide
 
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Please try not to bring valuable items into hospital. However, if you do, make sure they are clearly labelled with your name. It is best to use an indelible marker pen or name labels. See the list below for our suggestions for items you may want to bring with you for your hospital stay: 2 sets of nightwear Soft shoes or slippers Washing and toiletries (including toothpaste and toothbrush) Tissues Sanitary towels Shaving items Hand wipes Books/magazines Any specialist equipment e.g hearing aids, powered wheelchairs Your glasses/contact lenses Please do not bring: Valuables/large amounts of cash* Alcohol TVs or portable radios/sound systems Mobile telephones Large suitcases Pets (except guide dogs for the blind and hearing dogs for the deaf) The Trust cannot accept any responsibility for personal belongings or valuables. if you do bring valuable items with you please let the nurse in charge know. They can then be kept in a hospital safe and you will be given a receipt for your valuables.
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Your Library Services at Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
 
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The following video is an overview of some of the services and resources that we offer NHS staff in North Derbyshire and students that come on placement here. The library is open weekdays from 8.30 – to 5.00pm, except for Wednesdays when it is open until 6.30pm. You can gain access 24 hours a day using your ID badge. The library has a wide selection of textbooks and journals both hard copy and electronic. You can borrow up to eight books at a time which you can renew up to three times. Standard loans are for 3 weeks at a time. Some books are 7 day loans and some are reference only so that there is always a copy available. You are welcome to use any of our 16 computers logging in as yourself or using a guest user log in. We also offer free Wifi throughout the library. Come and browse our fiction books, newspapers, local magazines and other interest books. We have a comprehensive selection of resource guides on a wide range of topics to help you in your line of work. We have iPads available to loan to library members for use in the library or you borrow them for up to a week at a time. The library offers photocopying, printing, and scanning facilities. You can access the online catalogue from home allowing you to reserve and renew your books. Books can be returned out of hours using the book bin. Overdue notices are sent by email. The library offers a variety of training courses including How to register for an OpenAthens account, how to search the healthcare databases, using social media safely and effectively and Computer and Internet skills. Training usually takes place in the library or we are more than happy to come to your place of work. More information and guidance can be found on our library services website: www.librarycrhft.co.uk
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The Staff Forum 2017 at Chesterfield Royal Hospital
 
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Through the Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Staff Survey you told us that you wanted staff to be more involved in decisions about the hospital and its future. To help make that happen, we created our STAFF FORUM – where staff representatives from across the hospital come together to have an open conversation with me and our senior leaders. We talk about the issues worrying you, your concerns about your workplace and our hospital’s future plans. The Staff Forum is just one way that staff like you can get more involved with the hospital - and have a say about its future. We’re finding new and different ways of working that give everyone an opportunity to contribute – and we’re changing our approach. Chesterfield Royal Hospital is committed to forming a partnership with you and your colleagues - and firmly believe that together, we can make Chesterfield Royal Hospital an even better place for all of us to work. To help make that happen, we created our STAFF FORUM where staff representatives from across the hospital come together to have an open conversation with me and our senior leaders. We talk about the issues worrying you, your concerns about your workplace and our hospital’s future plans. Hear from some of the staff involved in the Forum who are holding your leaders to account – and find what changes and improvements they’ve already helped to bring about. Hear from some of the staff involved in the Forum who are holding your leaders to account – and find what changes and improvements they’ve already helped to bring about….
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Using Slings and Carriers Safely to carry your baby - Ways to Carry
 
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Chesterfield Royal Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is delighted to present our Antenatal Education Class, a patient information video. We hope that the following short videos and slides will help answer some of the questions you may have about the changes that happen to your body in pregnancy, the labour stages and pain relief, and what happens once the baby is born. Please note: Simulation dolls have been used in some areas of this video. This information will assist you to make birth choices in your birth plan. This generally happens around 34 to 36 weeks. Please speak to your community midwife for further details. Our Maternity team offers a complete service from postnatal care, through to birth, antenatal and after care for you and your baby and a very close working relationship with our community partners. Shortcuts to individual videos: Using Slings and Carriers: www.youtube.com/watch?v=mTupV1-KJx4&feature=youtu.be Your New Baby - what happens once your baby arrives: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yr7sObI8XGw&feature=youtu.be Physiotherapyduring Pregnancy: www.youtube.com/watch?v=pgkg8u_VVl0&feature=youtu.be Labour and Pain Relief: www.youtube.com/watch?v=xy4H22Y-Uwk&feature=youtu.be Could this be it?: www.youtube.com/watch?v=E6hiSeHx_TQ&feature=youtu.be Active Birth: www.youtube.com/watch?v=fOEMzf8J11c&feature=youtu.be Check out our 'Your Journey through our Midwifery Services' Video which takes you through the entire process: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QaRbd8LWeOg&feature=youtu.be
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Sir Bruce Keogh outlines the ideas behind the NHS 7 Day Service initiative
 
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Sir Bruce Keogh , NHS England's National Medical Director, outlines the ideas behind the '7 Day Service' initiative. The Chesterfield Royal Hospital has launched its 7 day services project after being named 'an early adopter' of the national plans. The Royal was chosen as one of 13 such sites from a list of more than 70 applicants and launched its own project in the presence of NHS England's National Medical Director, Sir Bruce Keogh. Sir Bruce spent the morning with leading clinical figures at the Royal and colleagues from the North Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Derbyshire Community Health Services, the Mental Health Trust, Derbyshire Health United and a host of other partner organisations. Consistent high standard The Royal will liaise with NHS Improving Quality to look at ways of changing how it works to make services even better for patients - and of a consistent high standard across the seven day week. In a report published at the end of last year, Sir Bruce's Forum highlighted a number of issues that affect how patients are cared for on different days of the week. The Forum points to significant variation in outcomes for patients admitted to hospitals at the weekend across the NHS in England -- a problem affecting most healthcare systems around the world. Mortality rates, patient experience, length of hospital stay and re-admission rates are often affected by care received at weekends - with variable staffing levels; fewer senior clinical decisions makers; a lack of consistent support services - such as diagnostics - and a lack of community and primary care services just some of the problems that contribute. "Impressed with the progress made here" Sir Bruce said: "I'm really impressed with the progress made at the Chesterfield Royal and particularly impressed that you've recognised this as a community-wide problem and that our discussions here involved so many partner organisations and local government. The hospital is central but the key to making 7 day services work is by providing the services for the community and not just at the hospital. "I'll be keeping in touch with what's happening here and, furthermore, I will be sending people to see you, to see how you're doing things so that they can they can learn from you and we can spread some of the good things that is already being done here across the NHS." Sir Bruce has set out ten new clinical standards that describe the quality of urgent and emergency care all patients should expect to receive seven days a week. They include, for example, how quickly people admitted to hospital should be assessed by a consultant, the diagnostic and scientific services that should always be available, and the process for handovers between clinical teams. Opportunity to shape 7 day NHS Whilst all hospitals are expected to adopt these new principles by the financial year 2016/17, the Royal is piloting them now - and therefore has the opportunity to shape 7 day NHS services for the rest of the country. The Royal's Chief Executive Gavin Boyle comments: "Our consultant teams are already working across 7 days to ensure patients have first-class care; and to give junior staff the support they need. We run a number of diagnostic and therapy services across 7 days - to support patient flow and quality of service. Building on our work through this early adopter project will be challenging, but we are genuinely excited at the prospect, because it will offer even higher standards of service and care to our patients."
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The Royal Rider - Passenger transport service at Chesterfield Royal Hospital, Derbyshire
 
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Visitors to the Royal who may struggle with their mobility will be able to get around the hospital with ease and in style thanks to the launch of our new Royal Rider service. Thanks to investment from the Chesterfield Royal Hospital Charitable Funds, the Trust has been able to buy two buggies which will be used to transport our visitors to the hospital anywhere on the ground floor. The riders will be driven by volunteers and can be called for at the main reception or ‘hailed’ on the way around the hospital if free. Richard Ball is the Royal’s Voluntary Services Manager, he said: “We’ve worked very closely with Charitable Funds and we’re delighted to be able to get this project up and running. It’s not always possible or appropriate for an individual to use a wheelchair so the purpose of the Royal Rider is to help anybody who comes into this hospital with mobility problems to get around the building much more easily. “It’s a big building and for those arriving at the main entrance it’s a good ten minute walk for some to get to our inpatient wards on the other side of the hospital. The Royal Rider can go anywhere on the ground floor which means that even if we get these individuals to the lifts, they’ll be just a few yards away from wherever it is they need to be.” Running on electricity, there are two buggies which will be used on alternate days, one will be charged whilst the other is out and about. Fitted with a bell to warn other corridor users of their whereabouts and a flashing light to increase visibility, the Royal Rider can carry two people at any one time. Richard added: “The Riders will be based primarily in the main entrance and there will be ‘Bus Stop’ style visual references as to where they will return. The drivers will be carrying mobile phones so that they can be alerted by main reception staff if their services are needed and they will also be able to hand out cards with that phone number should they need to ring following an outpatient appointment for example. “What we hope this will do is alleviate any anxiety that some visitors or patients may have about getting to their destination. It can be nerve-wracking enough for patients coming in for an appointment without having to worry about how they’re going to get to the clinic once they’ve arrived. Hopefully the Royal Rider will give these people the peace of mind they need.” The Royal Rider is free to use but there will be donation tins, all proceeds go towards the Trust’s own Charitable Funds for the benefit of our patients, visitors and staff. If you would like to volunteer to drive the Royal Rider, then please contact Richard Ball on 01246 516348
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New wards open at Chesterfield Royal Hospital, Derbyshire UK
 
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After thirteen months of building work the Chesterfield Royal Hospital is proud to show you the three new wards that have opened to the rear of the hospital. Members of the Trust saw it at an open day on Saturday 7th August and they were opened to patients on Saturday 21st August 2010.
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