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.
East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust (ELHT) has announced an important change to patient and visitor car parking.
East Lancashire Hospital's groundbreaking Falls Response Service, operated in partnership with North West Ambulance Service NHS Trust (NWAS), received a major seal of approval last week during a visit by Professor Keith Willett, Medical Director, Acute Care & Emergency Preparedness NHS England.
Next month we will be taking the opportunity to recognise all our fantastic midwives and nurses. Every year on 5 May the International Day of the Midwife takes place, followed a week later on 12 May by International Nurses’ Day.
A Lancashire mum whose blood type conflicted with her babies leading to them needing lifesaving treatment has praised medical staff at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust for saving both her children.
Last week, the Centre of Excellence for Safety of Older People (CESOP) hosted a seminar which put the topic of compassion under the spotlight. As we embrace the ever developing world of medicine and celebrate our aging population, we must also strive to deliver the highest quality of health care with compassion at its heart.
Patients receiving cancer treatment in Blackburn with Darwen and East Lancashire are now better protected against a potentially fatal side effect, thanks to improvements at East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust.
A hospital worker from Darwen has skated her way to success with a silver medal at the 2018 Ice Hockey World Championships - and has her sights set on going one step further next year.