Barnsley Hospital, Barnsley Council, and the NSPCC launch a campaign, Handle with Care, to help support new parents and carers cope in the current health crisis.
We recognise people with learning disabilities or autism have additional needs. These needs are assessed so care and treatment can be safely administered in a way that meets their individual needs. The following easy read information will help our patients, their family or their carers in understanding Covid-19, and what changes they may see when […]
If you need medical help, the NHS is still here for you. If you need medical help from your GP practice, contact them either online, by an app or by phone to be assessed. If you need urgent medical help, use the NHS 111 online service. If you cannot get help online, call 111. If […]
It’s wonderful that lots of local organisations and individuals wish to support our hospital family right now. We need to ensure donated items are appropriate and safe to accept. In the interests of staff and patient safety, we are currently limiting visitors for patients on site, so please do not just turn up at the […]
Have you got concerns or questions about Barnsley Hospital maternity services? Please use our new E-Midwife Facebook page. It will be monitored by a qualified, experienced midwife from Monday to Friday, 9am to 5pm. Our maternity service will use this page to help you – by responding to non-urgent enquiries via direct messaging. We’ll be […]
At Barnsley Hospital we understand how difficult it must be for families and loved ones at a time where visiting is suspended.
We want you to use your mobile device in hospital, it’s an important way of keeping in touch and making use of online resources like the NHS app. It’s important that when you use your mobile device in hospital you’re careful not to: Take anyone’s photo without permission, including staff or people in the background […]
The full report can be found here: https://www.barnsleyhospital.nhs.uk/uploads/2019/03/Gender-Pay-Gap-Report-2019-Final.pdf Executive Summary All UK employers have a legal requirement to publish their gender pay data on an annual basis. The gender pay gap calculation is based on the average hourly rate paid to men and women. This calculation makes use of two types of averages; a […]