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Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust champions dementia for World Alzheimer’s Month (29 September 2017)
We have been working hard with regional dementia charities, to raise awareness of dementia for World Alzheimer’s month this September.
Local teenagers design innovative packs for teenage patients in need (21 September 2017)
Students working on the NCS programme handed over 100 packs specially developed to help teenagers that arrive on the Louisa Cary ward without basic supplies for an overnight stay.
Torbay and South Devon’s care model attracts international visitors (21 September 2017)
Senior health and care professionals travelled from Seoul, South Korea, to see how Torbay Council and our Trust have integrated care for local people.
Trust achieves top results for training doctors in the region (4 September 2017)
TSDFT has achieved some of the highest performance results in the region, for the education and training of doctors, in the latest GMC Trainee Survey.
Torbay Hospital consultant to jointly lead important national review (17 August 2017)
Dr Mike Swart has been appointed to jointly lead a national review of anaesthetic and perioperative medicine.
Newton Abbot Minor Injury Unit x-ray services available this bank holiday weekend (16 August 2017)
Reminding local people and visitors to the area that x-ray services are available August bank holiday weekend at Newton Abbot’s Minor Injury Unit (MIU).
Local NHS Trust leads the way in use of innovative software to speed access to patient information (28 July 2017)
TSDFT is one of the first trusts in the UK to use new innovative software that transforms the way clinicians and support staff access patient information.
Devon’s Nursing Associate trainees start work towards pioneering new healthcare role (28 July 2017)
Trainees have started an exciting new pilot programme in hospitals and care homes across Devon, training in a new role to become Nursing Associates.