A Tameside man has successfully kicked his 20-year smoking habit, after seeking help from a local NHS service.
PARENTS of two and three year olds are being urged to help their little ones avoid flu this winter by taking them for their free nasal flu vaccinations.
On Wednesday 16 October as part of Fab Change Day ’19 the Comms team were out and about across the Trust getting staff to pledge to support the Trust’s green campaign Save Planet Tameside and Glossop.
Staff from Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS FT’s Maternity Department have marked this year’s Baby Loss Awareness Week by creating a wave of light with visitors and bereaved parents.
Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS FT celebrated its staff at the annual Long Service Awards on Friday 11 October.
Today, Tuesday 8 October, Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS FT and the Royal College of Nursing unveiled a blue plaque celebrating nurse Charlotte Seymour Yapp.
Black History month is the perfect opportunity to showcase the dedication, commitment and passion our BAME communities contribute to the NHS and the delivery of compassionate care.
This month we really want to support you to change your lifestyle for the better. Stoptober encourages people all over the country to break the habit and stop smoking for 28 days this October. If you stop smoking for 28 days you are five times more likely to quit for good.
The Oral, Maxillofacial Surgery and Orthodontics department at Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust are the latest in a line of hospital and community areas to get a full make-over.
The North West Community Stroke Choir performed on the Stoke Unit, Ward 45. The performance was attended by His Worshipful the Civic Mayor of Tameside Leigh Drennen and his consort Cory James as well as patients from Ward 45 and hospital staff.