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Junior Doctor strike action to impact services at East Cheshire NHS Trust

The British Medical Association has announced planned strike action in England with a walkout of Junior Doctors from 7am on Saturday 24 February to 11.59pm on Wednesday 28 February.

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Record number of teams batter it out at Macclesfield’s famous pancake race

East Cheshire NHS Charity’s annual pancake race was declared a flippin’ success as crowds flocked to enjoy the Shrove Tuesday fun in Macclesfield town centre.

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Our hospitals

Macclesfield District General Hospital

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Congleton War Memorial Hospital

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Knutsford and District Community Hospital

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Care in the community

Our community teams provide patients with care at home and at community hubs enabling them to receive the right care at the right time by the right professionals. Visit our Care Communities site here.

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Clinical courses

East Cheshire NHS Trust's Learning and Development Team is a leading provider of clinical training.  To find out more about our courses click here

With the support of NHS England and NHS Improvement we are now offering video consultations to some of our patients. This forms part of our response to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus). The decision to offer this type of appointment will be made by a medical professional depending on your individual care needs.

Video consultations are easy to use and are often more convenient – saving you time and money. NHS Attend Anywhere is a secure web-based platform for patients with pre-arranged video consultation appointments.

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Our aim is to provide as much care out of hospital as possible, designing and improving services that build on work already happening in community and practice settings.  Consultant-led outpatient services and therapy services are provided in a range of community settings across our local footprint.

The Care Community staff ensure your voice is heard, which keeps you in control when decisions are made about your health and wellbeing.

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Although we try very hard to give you the very best service, unfortunately we may not always get it right and occasionally misunderstandings do occur. If this happens we would like to know.

It is your right to have your complaint investigated and to receive a prompt and full reply from the Chief Executive.

It may help to talk to somebody straight away if you are not happy or think that something is wrong. The quickest way to sort things out is to speak to the person in charge of the ward, clinic or service you are using at the time, or contact the Customer Care Service. They will provide a confidential listening service for patients and carers who wish to comment on any aspect of our service

Customer Care

At East Cheshire NHS Trust we are committed to providing the best quality integrated care to our patients. To achieve this aim we need highly motivated staff who are united by common values and behaviours.

We believe our workforce is our greatest asset and we actively support our staff to develop their capabilities to the full, with a variety of learning and development opportunities.

Vacancies

We’re creating a new electronic patient record that will bring huge benefits for the communities we serve and our staff.

The innovative Digital Clinical System (DCS) is a major joint project between East Cheshire NHS Trust and Mid Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Find out more about our DCS