We provide high quality healthcare services primarily to the residents of East Lancashire and Blackburn with Darwen, which have a combined population in the region of 530,000.
The parents of a child born extremely prematurely say they took part in clinical research to help future families facing the same life-threatening ordeal.
A family whose son was born more than 15 weeks early have spoken of their pride at taking part in clinical research which will help future premature babies.
A medic who came to the UK from India to work with poorly babies has spoken of her gratitude to all the staff at the staff Burnley General Teaching Hospital for welcoming and making her feel like part of their family.
A Lancashire dad has had his jaw re-built after cancer with revolutionary surgery using bone from his leg and 3D computer planning.
A Lancashire mum diagnosed and treated for ovarian cancer at a young age has praised a support group run by East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust which has allowed her to meet other women affected by gynaecological cancers.
A mum whose baby was born at full-term but ended up fighting for his life in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at the Lancashire Women and Newborn Centre wants to spread awareness that it’s not just tiny, premature babies that are born poorly.
A grandad and former hospital porter at Burnley General Teaching Hospital is now receiving regular chemotherapy at the site for bowel cancer which has spread to his liver.