In the throes of the early part of the COVID-19 pandemic in April 2020 the Acorn Birth Centre at Tameside Hospital quietly opened its doors and began welcoming new babies into the world. This month the centre celebrated its one year anniversary.
People are being encouraged to shop safely and shop local as Tameside town centres reopen under eased government restrictions.
The Trust Chair, Chief Executive and Trust Board are deeply saddened by the death of the Duke of Edinburgh.
TAMESIDE and Glossop residents are being urged to contact their GP if they spot the symptoms of bowel cancer.
Millions of people around UK are experiencing high levels of stress, particularly after such a challenging year. Stress is one of the most pressing public health challenges of our time, but it is still not treated with the same urgency as physical health issues.
HOSPITAL staff, patients and visitors are among those who can benefit from the first Bee Network walking and cycling schemes in Tameside.
Children from Grow Happy Childcare in Stalybridge, inspired by Captain Sir Tom Moore have raised £1000 for the Children’s Ward at Tameside and Glossop Integrated Care NHS Foundation Trust.
A Tameside woman has quit her 20-a-day smoking habit thanks to the support of Be Well Tameside’s stop smoking team.
Tameside Health Visitors have made a number of really positive changes to the service in response to the global pandemic.
When Tony Hadfield heard about the scheme to buy a tree to support Tameside Hospital’s Scanner Appeal he though it the perfect way to say thank you to the doctors and nurses for saving his life …
NHS England and NHS Improvement, together with Public Health England, have launched the ‘Help Us, Help You’ lung cancer campaign to encourage people with a cough lasting three weeks or more and who don’t have COVID-19, to contact their GP practice.