Whether you want to start breathing easier, feel the energy boost or even have a little more money to spend, there has never been a better time to stop smoking. Remember, it’s never too late to join the thousands of people quitting smoking this October. Seventy-five-year-old John McCool is well on the way to achieving […]
October is Black History Month, and this year is extra special as we join the rest of the country in celebrating and recognising the contribution of all Black communities across our society. This year’s theme is Time for Change: Action Not Words. Black heritage plays a significant part in NHS history and throughout October, we will […]
Represent your local NHS Foundation Trust as a Governor.
We hope you can join us in sharing the fantastic work our staff have done in the last year.
We are seeing Covid levels rising in the community, and an increase in the number of Covid-positive patients in our care. In response, on Saturday we reintroduced our requirement for all colleagues to wear surgical masks while they are working in the hospital. We ask that anyone else coming to the hospital do the same, […]
Visitors are welcome in Barnsley Hospital – only in rare circumstances will visiting not be permitted.
If you are planning a visit, we would like you to consider how you can help us protect everyone in the Trust. We have created this best practice guide to help us help you and make sure that this winter we are all doing our best to keep everyone safe. Covid-19 is not the only […]
We’re supporting Barnsley Council to encourage women aged 50 to 71 to book and attend their breast cancer screening appointments. On Friday 23 September, staff will be at Barnsley Markets between 9am and 3pm time with a giant, interactive envelope, hoping to encourage women in Barnsley to get their appointments booked, and answer any questions. […]