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.
Find out what’s been going on recently at the Trust.
Following the announcement from the health secretary, we have been informed that Public Health England are contacting women who did not receive their final routine invitation and are registered with a GP to offer the opportunity for a catch-up breast cancer screen as a matter of urgency.
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust (ELHT) is inviting patients, local residents and staff to attend a special Open Day to see and discuss plans for the £15.6 million ‘Phase 8’ development at Burnley General Teaching Hospital.
With fasting in the month of Ramadan obligatory for all adult Muslims, East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust have worked with the Lancashire Council of Mosques and Muslim faith leaders to offer advice to both patients and staff.
The caring, compassion and dedication of NHS staff from across East Lancashire was recognised at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust’s (ELHT) annual awards ceremony on Friday (27 April).
The NHS is turning 70 this year and what better way to celebrate one of the nation’s most loved institutions than with a cup of tea.
In 70 days, on 5 July 2018, the NHS will reach the milestone birthday of 70 years old. The NHS is one of the nation’s most loved institutions, and we are appealing to patients, staff and members of the public to help us celebrate the special anniversary by sharing their stories, photos and memories of healthcare in East Lancashire over the last 70 years.
Three wards at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust (ELHT) have received a new award recognising the ‘outstanding’ care provided by nurses, healthcare assistants, doctors and support staff.