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Quick guide to temporary visiting rules

Quick guide to temporary visiting rules

Parent and family contact with young people at Ellern Mede hospitals is given a high priority and here is how it can continue safely while the UK continues social distancing. Where patients and parents can safely continue to communicate via technology only, we would...
Guide for new admissions

Guide for new admissions

Ellern Mede has published a guide for inpatient admissions during the time of COVID-19 infection control precautions. There have been no positive cases within our patient group. Ellern Mede hospitals have continued to function safely and safely admit new patients...
UK public’s surge in support

UK public’s surge in support

A UK organisation to prevent suicide has reached a milestone of more than a million supporters: What great news for Mental Health Awareness Week – we have read that 500.000 have signed up for online suicide prevention training during the lockdown. The Zero...
Today is my discharge day! This is how it feels.

Today is my discharge day! This is how it feels.

How do you think it feels to a young person when they come to the end of their stay at Ellern Mede and they look to completing their recovery journey at home, at school and with their family? When you as a whole family are at admission, the road ahead probably feels...
Supporting our staff through Lockdown UK

Supporting our staff through Lockdown UK

Ellern Mede is a responsible employer and we have done a great many things to support our staff during these unusual times, from shift pattern changes to providing hotel accommodation to reduce the need for travel. We also support all faiths. Many of our staff want to...
Staying connected despite lockdown

Staying connected despite lockdown

At the start of the emergency measures to prevent the spread of the virus, Ellern Mede Group increased the number of ways we could keep parents connected to both their loved ones in hospital and the news about hospital activities and clinical progress for their...