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News Headline Two recent donations to the Spinal Unit - 08/01/2007
The Regional Spinal Injuries Centre at Southport & Formby District General Hospital has recently received two generous donations. (full story)
News Headline Weekly Car Parking Passes - 02/01/2007
Unfortunately there was an error in the information we recently published about the increases to car parking charges at Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust. We stated that the weekly pass was to increase to £7.50, but this is in fact incorrect. (full story)
News Headline Mayor and Mayoress visit Regional Spinal Injuries Centre - 14/12/2006
On Thursday 7th December the Mayor and Mayoress of Sefton, Councillor Tommy Mann and Mrs Jean Lilley, visited the Regional Spinal Injuries Centre at Southport & Formby District General Hospital. Earlier in the year they had attended the 25th Anniversary celebrations of the Spinal Injuries Unit Action Group, and they had expressed an interest in seeing more of the work of the Centre and meeting some of the staff and patients. (full story)
News Headline "Children at Ormskirk" remembered in will - 12/12/2006
A generous legacy of around £35,000 has benefited children’s services at Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust after Mrs Doris (Dot) Woods’ will stipulated the money should go “for the relief of suffering of children at Ormskirk & District General Hospital”. (full story)
News Headline Dermatology team is the best in the country - 01/12/2006
The Dermatology Team at Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust can proudly claim to be the best in the country after winning the prestigious Hospital Doctor award of Dermatology Team of the Year. (full story)
News Headline Emergency Services Matron speaks at National Conference - 21/11/2006
With around 84,000 people visiting the adult and children’s accident and emergency and minor injury departments last year the challenge is to sustain performance against national targets whilst maintaining the quality of care. Effective leadership is one of the keys to meeting this challenge, and Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust has been at the forefront of developing such leaders. (full story)
News Headline Dermatology team in last three in award contest - 03/11/2006
The Dermatology Team at Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust are in the last three for the prestigious Hospital Doctor award of Dermatology Team of the Year. This is even better than last year, when they received a highly commended award. (full story)
News Headline Sir Ron Watson appointed as new Chair for Trust Board - 30/10/2006
The Board of Southport & Ormskirk Hospital NHS Trust is pleased to welcome a new Chair, Sir Ron Watson CBE. He takes up his post on the 1st November, and has been appointed as Chair for a period of four years at a remuneration of £19,650 per year. The appointment made by the Commission for Public Appointments in accordance with the code of practice of the Office of the Commissioner for Public Appointments, follows the retirement of Andrew Johnson. (full story)
News Headline Pretty in Pink for the Breast Cancer Campaign - 27/10/2006
Staff in the corporate office at Southport & Formby District General Hospital have been supporting Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign on ‘Wear It Pink’ day today. (full story)
News Headline Robotic help in the operating theatre - 27/10/2006
Mr Sean Vesey, Consultant Urologist, at Southport & Formby District General Hospital has a new robot assistant. The new machine, affectionately nicknamed by operating theatre staff as ‘Robbie the Robot’, greatly facilitates surgery by improving the surgeons view, reducing operating time, and freeing up a member of the operating team. (full story)

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