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THE LEAGUE OF FRIENDS EXISTS TO SUPPORT THE WORK OF HASLEMERE HOSPITAL



Haslemere Hospital car parkThe League of Friends helps the hospital by providing extra equipment, enhancing facilities and campaigning for better services for patients and staff. The hospital serves a population of over 40,000, including Haslemere, Liphook, Grayshott, Witley, Fernhurst and beyond.

The Haslemere Hospital provides the community with:


bulletMinor Injuries unit with over 600 attendances a month
bullet20,000 Blood tests performed annually
bulletGodwin Ward for men patients
bulletElizabeth Ward for female patients
bulletUltrasound tests and X-ray facilities
bulletFull range of Physiotherapy, OT, Podiatry
bulletDental, Mental Health
bulletOver 35 different Consultants hold Out-patient clinics
bulletCedar Bungalow


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Guildford and Waverley CCG


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Garden at Haslemere Hospital 11th November 2014 Meeting
Left to right: Garden at Haslemere Hospital funded by LoF; meeting held in Haslemere Hall on 11th November 2014 about proposed merger of the RSCH with Ashford and St Peter's Hospital

For a history of Haslemere Hospital and for a location map click on the links below:

Hospital history  Haslemere Hospital map

 

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Newsflash Proposed merger between the RSCH and Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals
Meeting held in Haslemere Hall on
11th November 2014
Proof that Haslemere Hospital is popular with local residents was manifest when a meeting in Haslemere Hall about the proposed merger of Royal Surrey County Hospital with Ashford and St Peter’s hospitals was packed full - there was hardly a spare seat. The meeting was called by Professor Vincent Marks, committee member and past Chairman of LoF and Waverley governor for the RCH Foundation Trust. The plan is to maximise services at Haslemere, to increase more outpatients services such as doing  more scanning, and having a fracture clinic, and having more services for the frail elderly. There were questions from the floor, including  why ambulance services are poor, the shortage and the lack of training of English speaking nurses and car parking problems. It was a fruitful meeting for all.
SEE PHOTO ON LEFT
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PLAN TO REBUILD

MRS ROSE PARRY UNVEILS AN EXCITING NEW CONCEPT PLAN TO RE-BUILD AND ENLARGE OUTPATIENTS SERVICES IN HASLEMERE

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