Lisa Evans (47) from Audenshaw cares for her mother, Margarita, who has dementia. Lisa has been her mother’s carer for five years and has experienced many aspects of the local health and social care system – the good and the bad. She has also experienced how sometimes just sharing your experience with “someone that knows” can be very valuable.
Thanks to the generosity and fantastic support from the local community the Tameside Macmillan Unit fundraising appeal has reached £600,000.
Chris Hewitt works in the stores distribution team at Tameside Hospital, but in his spare time he writes. In fact he’s been writing for as long as he can remember…
More than 4 million children to be offered vaccination against flu as Public Health England (PHE) and NHS England launch a major campaign to help children and the vulnerable stay well over the winter months.
Greater Manchester is being encouraged to get comfortable talking about domestic abuse with the launch of a ground-breaking campaign.
Leading health and social care professionals and academics will be presenting at the North West Alcohol Conference 2016 taking place in Liverpool on Thursday 24 November.
Three things in life are fact and happen to us all...
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust welcomes Stoptober - the 28-day quitting challenge – back for its fifth year after a successful 2015 which saw 1177 sign up to quit smoking in Tameside and Glossop to stop for good.
Tameside Hospital’s senior dementia nurse Pam Kehoe has been appointed the first Consultant Admiral Nurse in an integrated care hospital, in a move that bosses believe will help them better support patients by reducing hospital admissions, avoidable bed days and consultant meetings.