Your views and what matters to you is important to us so we can continually strive to improve our services and enhance the experience of our patients and achieve the Trust vision that our patients will experience outstanding care.

Seeking your views through Feedback

Seeking your views through Engagement

Keeping in touch with family and loved ones in hospital

 

Current engagement projects:

Community Diagnostic Centre Phase 2 is coming soon

 In April 2022, Barnsley Hospital opened the doors to its pioneering Community Diagnostic Centre (CDC) in the town centre’s Glassworks offering blood tests, DEXA, Ultrasound, X-ray and Breast Screening Services.

Users of these services were invited to engage with the Hospital on this development and their views and feedback helped to shape the design, environment, communication and information provided within the Centre.

The hospital is currently preparing for the Phase 2 expansion of the CDC with the plan to offer CT and MRI, Urodynamics, ECG and Spirometry and Retinal Screening Services.

Do you access or have you accessed any of these services? We would like to know what matters most to you and to invite you to join us at an Engagement Event in the near future to share your views.

If you would like to be part of the CDC phase 2 engagement event, please contact the Patient Experience Team on 01226 436302 or bhnftpatientexperience@nhs.net.

Coffee and Chat

Coffee and Chat

Are you caring for someone at home?

Would you like to chat to us about the help we can offer to you and your loved one? If so, please come along to our coffee and chat group.

Wednesday 25 January 2023 at 10.30am, Collier’s Restaurant, Barnsley Hospital

Future dates TBC

For more information and details on how to join the group, contact the Patient Experience Team on 01226 434925 or email us at bhnftpatientexperience@nhs.net

Ward 19 – Care of the Elderly

Our Make a Memory Appeal is a £300,000 charity appeal to transform our Care of the Elderly Ward at Barnsley Hospital.

We want to provide an environment that goes over and above – with a less clinical, more homely and welcoming space. The transformation will provide bright, calming and relaxing areas which promote social interaction, independence and mobility.  For patients with dementia this will mean a better experience of being in hospital.

Would you like to be involved in the project?  If so, we would love to hear from you.

Please contact the Patient Experience Team on 01226 434925 or bhnftpatientexperience@nhs.net