The League of Friends officially launched their ‘Travel Bag Competition’ at the annual coffee morning held at the Methodist Hall in South Petherton. Continue reading
The sun shone on South Petherton Community Hospital’s annual spectacular – its Harvest Fete and Craft Fair. Smiles were in abundance throughout the afternoon, as friends were reunited in support of the community’s treasured NHS hospital.
Don’t miss this walk tomorrow!
The NHS National Institute for Health Research has produced this review, (and lots of other useful links) which looks at the configuration of stroke services, identifying stroke and acute management, recovery and rehabilitation, and life after stroke.
- 44 published studies
- 29 ongoing studies
- Questions to ask about your stroke services
- Quotes from commissioners, clinicians and service users
We recently received this lovely message in appreciation of the Simple Step up featured in our last email:
Dear South Petherton League of Friends,
I am writing to convey our gratitude for the gift of the Simple Up. I cannot express how fantastic this device is, and it has already revolutionised our working practice.
I am confident that this essential piece of kit will be of immense value to our radiography staff and their patients. Indeed as soon as it was delivered I used it for a patient, who rather enjoyed the experience!
With the NHS in such difficult financial circumstances, your generous donation is made even more significant, the simple up will enable us to carry out more x-ray examinations then before, I no longer have to turn patients away who would have been unsafe on the previous step ladder.
It really is an excellent addition to our lovely X-Ray room, and again on behalf of my colleagues, I would like to thank you so very much,
Thank you Abi for confirming the value of this equipment, and thank you to the members of the League whose donations make such gifts possible!
The League’s Chair, Paull Robathan, recently penned a fascinating article about the League for local publication TA13. If you don’t receive TA13, you can read the article via this link.