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10th October 2019

Winning writers announced at Trust AMM

The winners of the Trust's writing competition were announced at the Annual Members' Meeting and published in a booklet.

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25th September 2019

Trust colleague Kirsty wins Compassion Award

Clinical Psychologist and Trust colleague Dr Kirsty Williams, who is based within the cancer service at University Hospitals of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust, has won the Compassion Award at UHDB’s Making a Difference awards.

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20th September 2019

Delivering Excellence Awards 2019: shortlist announced

Find out who has been chosen as the finalists in the Trust's annual staff and volunteer awards

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17th September 2019

Trust Annual Members' Meeting is 'best one yet'

The Trust's Annual Members Meeting (AMM) on Wednesday 11 September 2019 was a huge success, with feedback that it had been the best one staged by the Trust.

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10th September 2019

Trust governor Lynda steps up to Lead Governor role

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4th September 2019

CAMHS service users hit the heights thanks to League of Friends

The Trust's League of Friends funded an activity afternoon at Mount Cook, Matlock, for CAMHS service users.

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2nd September 2019

Council of Governors: notice of poll

For the election to the Council of Governors of Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust. It is hereby declared that elections are to be held in the following constituencies

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12th August 2019

Derbyshire Healthcare invites the public to learn more about its work at annual meeting

Derbyshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust holds its Annual Members’ Meeting (AMM) from 4pm on Wednesday 11 September at Kingsway Hospital in Derby.

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1st August 2019

Whaley Bridge evacuated after partial collapse of reservoir wall

Whaley Bridge, in the north of the county, is being evacuated after part of the wall of the Toddbrook reservoir collapsed.

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1st August 2019

County Police and Crime Commissioner welcomes Trust partnership to support vulnerable adults

Derbyshire Police and Crime Commissioner Hardyal Dhindsa has welcomed the progress being made by a Trust partnership to support vulnerable people with mental health issues who come into contact with police.

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