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Top award for new hospital wing

Bradford Royal Infirmary’s new £28 million, state-of-the-art wing has continued to win plaudits – this time scooping a design award. The new wing, part of Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, was recognised with the top honour at the Local Authority Building Control awards for West Yorkshire at Wakefield Unity Works.

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Cutting-edge macula centre opens its doors

A new state-of-the-art centre, which offers the very latest in imaging technology, is playing a leading role in eye health in Bradford. The Bradford Macula Centre, part of Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, is based on Trinity Road, Bradford, near to St. Luke’s Hospital, and features the most sophisticated scanning equipment capable of detecting a number of eye conditions.

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Bradford Hospitals' pair scoop top award

An NHS manager and an opthalmologist from Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (BTHFT) have won a top award after seeing off 91 other entrants. Consultant Ophthalmologist, Dr Rachel Pilling, and Deputy Head of Patient Access, Daniel Wadsworth, have been crowned the winners of the very first Sir Peter Carr Award after they impressed judges with their project idea: ‘15 Seconds – 30 Minutes’.

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Annual Report and Accounts 2016-17

Please find the Annual Report and Accounts 2016-17 below.

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Princess Anne opens new wing

HRH The Princess Royal has officially opened Bradford Royal Infirmary’s new £28m hospital wing. The state-of-the-art building, which took two years to build, houses two spacious children’s wards, a 16-bed intensive care unit (ICU), dementia-friendly wards for the elderly and a retail concourse.

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Hospital radio set for marathon broadcast

Volunteer radio presenters in Bradford are gearing up for a 30-hour radiothon to raise money for a hospital radio station. Volunteers at St Luke's Sound - which entertains patients and staff at St Luke's Hospital - will broadcast non-stop from 10am on Tuesday 20 June to 4pm on Wednesday 21 June. During the two-day entertainment event, the radio team will also hold a tombola in the Horton Wing at St Luke’s, with lots of prizes to be won.

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CBE for child health expert

A founder of a world-leading Bradford-based study into child health has been honoured by The Queen. Professor Deborah Lawlor, who works with the innovative Born in Bradford (BiB) study, has been made a Commander of the Order of the British Empire (CBE) in The Queen’s birthday honours for her services to social and community medicine research.

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Shared Memories Service may help bereaved parents

A poignant memorial service to bring comfort to families affected by the loss of a baby or child is being organised by Bradford hospital staff. The ‘Shared Memories Service’ has been arranged with the aim of helping bereaved parents overcome their grief and will take place at the Listening for Life Centre, Bradford Royal Infirmary, part of Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, on Saturday, 1 July at 11am.

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New home for HIV service

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s HIV services now have a new home. The clinic has moved from its former base at the Trinity Centre, Trinity Road, Bradford just around the corner to the grounds of St Luke’s Hospital, Little Horton Lane. It is sharing premises in the Pain Management Clinic building.

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'Tree of hope' aims to help bring communities together

The chaplaincy team at Bradford Teaching Hospitals has erected a ‘Tree of Hope’ at Bradford Royal Infirmary to urge the city to unite in the wake of the recent atrocities in Manchester and London. Members of staff and the public are invited to place a heart-shaped token on the tree, which stands in the hospital’s new atrium, to express support for those affected.

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