Appropriate footwear is an important component to prevent people falling generally, but especially so around the hospital. We are actively encouraging patients to bring and use their own footwear where appropriate. This decreases the risk of slips and falls when staying here. Shoe features such as grip, structure, and support are identified as important things to consider when thinking about suitable footwear. […]
Norovirus, which causes diarrhoea and vomiting, is one of the most common stomach bugs in the UK. It’s also called the “winter vomiting bug” because it’s more common in winter, although you can catch it at any time of the year. Norovirus can be very unpleasant but it usually clears up by itself in a […]
The work of the pathology department at Barnsley Hospital underpins every aspect of patient care – from diagnostic testing to preventing disease. The department can receive up to 4,900 patient samples a day for analysis including blood, sputum, urine and faeces. The department’s analyser machines are capable of processing 2,400 tests every hour. Several times […]
The Barnsley Hospital Chaplaincy team together with our Specialist Midwife Lisa held a Baby Memorial Service on Sunday 13 October 2019 which was well attended by families and staff. We would like to thank all staff for supporting our service and all who work to support our bereaved families. Today we held a memorial service @barnshospital […]
We are developing a new integrated purpose built unit for people accessing both the Paediatric Emergency Department and the Children’s Assessment Unit.
Did you know half of sight loss cases are avoidable by taking simple steps?
Barnsley Hospital volunteers are wearing pink this week to highlight a change in the law about organ donation.
Construction is due to begin at Barnsley Hospital in October on a new co-located Emergency Department (ED) and Assessment Unit for children