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  1. Matthew Davies (DOB 23/09/1992) was last seen leaving Salford Royal yesterday (03 July) at 6.30pm, heading towards Meadowgate Road on foot. Matthew is described as being a white male, approximately 6ft 1in, with a slim build, light brown, short hair and stubble. He was last seen wearing a black jacket, black trainers and black shorts. He has a local accent and had a black rucksack with him. Matthew could seem confused and may seek medical attention. Officers are becoming increasingly concerned about Matthew and want to make sure he is safe and well. Anyone with information about Matthew's whereabouts should contact police on 0161 856 2836 or dial 101 and quote incident 2793-030721.
  2. SALFORD Royal hospital, part of the Northern Care Alliance NHS Group (NCA), has today started to roll out the COVID-19 vaccine to Greater Manchester patients, local care home staff, and NHS frontline staff today, in a first positive step towards normality for the region’s communities. The hospital is one of the first 50 designated hospital vaccine hubs across the country to lead the biggest and most complex immunisation programme in the NHS’s history. Dedicated nurse link workers will be administering the vaccine to Salford Royal patients aged 80 and over, as well as those at high risk and the vulnerable, along with local care home staff and some frontline workers from across the NCA. The life-saving vaccine is typically delivered by a simple injection in the shoulder. All those vaccinated will need a booster jab 21 days later. Salford Royal patients aged 80 and above who are already attending hospital as an outpatient, and those who are being discharged home after a hospital stay, will be among the first to receive the life-saving jab. The hospital will also begin inviting people over the age of 80 into hospital for a jab, and work with care home providers to book their staff in to vaccination clinics. The NCA employs 20,000 staff, bringing together the Salford Royal and Pennine Acute NHS Trusts and runs hospitals and community healthcare services in Salford, Oldham, Bury and Rochdale. NCA Chief Executive Raj Jain said: Dedicated volunteer Ted Jones has become the first person at Salford Royal to receive the Covid-19 vaccination. Ted, who has been volunteering at the hospital for almost 11 years, has been shielding at his home in Swinton, Salford, since the start of the pandemic. Ted, 86, said: Dr Chris Booth, Consultant in Intensive Care Medicine and Anaesthesia at Salford Royal, said that when it is his turn to be offered the COVID-19 vaccine he will not hesitate to take up this opportunity. He said: There is a complex and difficult logistical challenge to deliver the vaccine from the manufacturers Pfizer to patients as the vaccine needs to be stored at -70C before being thawed out and can only be moved four times within that cold chain before being used. Across Greater Manchester, GPs and other primary care staff are also being put on standby to start delivering the jab. A small number of GP-led primary care networks will begin doing so during the following week (week beginning 14 December) with more practices in more areas joining in on a phased basis during December and in the coming months. To aid the success of the vaccination programme the NHS is asking everyone to continue to follow the necessary restrictions in their area, maintain social distancing, wash hands frequently and wear face masks, so we can further suppress the virus and allow our NHS to provide services without being overwhelmed. By protecting the NHS we can save more lives and treat more people. Across the country vaccination centres treating large numbers of patients in sporting venues and conference centres will subsequently stand up when further supplies of vaccine come on stream.
  3. Police were called to disperse a large crowd of people who had gathered outside of the Mayo building at Salford Royal Hospital at around 1pm this afternoon (Thursday 24th September), after staff at the hospital raised the alert. It has not been disclosed as to the purpose of the gathering but staff reportedly closed entrances to buildings to restrict their access. Reportedly there were up to 200 people gathered outside of the building at one point. Gatherings of this size are forbidden as they contravene social distancing rules set out by the Government. A number of police vehicles were called to the scene to deal with the crowds which have since dispersed. GMP have released a statement which says: So far the hospital which is currently under reduced access due to the covid-19 pandemic restrictions has not released a statement.
  4. Today (7 September), Salford’s health and care system is launching a ‘big reset’ and local people are being asked to join in the conversation and share their views. During the coronavirus pandemic, the way health services were delivered in Salford changed to keep patients and staff safe but now the city wants to shape the future of its health and care system to make sure people living in Salford receive the right care in the best way. Salford’s Big Reset Conversation will run for three months, engaging with people living and working in the city to determine what is working well and what can be improved to create a better and fairer system in Salford. The conversation is split into five themes – prioritising patients, accessing health services, health at home, mental health and new relationships between health and care and communities – so that local people can have a say on all aspects of health and care. Alison Page, Chief Executive of Salford CVS, said: Over the last few months, some services temporarily stopped including planned surgery and routine appointments but now, the health and care system wants to prioritise those who still need the care and explore other options for people whose needs may have changed. Making sure people still have access to their GP and Emergency Department is vital in getting the health and care system moving again. Salford GP, Dr Girish Patel, said: Tyrone Roberts, Director of Nursing at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, said: Patients and service users feedback is vital in making change so please join in the Big Reset Conversation and share your views and experiences of services in Salford. Complete this survey here: https://www.smartsurvey.co.uk/s/BigReset/ For more information, please visit www.salfordccg.nhs.uk/bigreset
  5. Council planners gave the go ahead today (5th Nov) for a new major trauma centre to be built between the current Hope building and the neighbouring Clinical Science building. The new six storey building will house five new operating theatres as well as space for 72 beds and would be open 24/7 all year round. It is hoped that the new build with its roof top helipad will save upwards of 50 more lives per year from across the region as every second counts for critically injured patients. The current system requires patients to be shuttled across to the hospital by an awaiting ambulance after landing at a nearby playing field. The new system will take out that part of the journey from the equation and in turn reduce the valuable time it takes for the severally injured to get the vital care they need. Additionally the committee green-lit a separate dedicated 60 space intermediate care unit to be house on a plot of land next to the Stott Lane playing fields car park, which would allow patients to transition from hospital, back to their homes after treatment. To negate the loss off 42 spaces on the car park, the hospital has agreed to extend the parking permit scheme in the local area as well as install cameras and better signage. Questions were raised by local residents regarding the impact the two schemes would have on local residents but it was decided by the planning committee that the benefits to the community would outweigh any detrimental impact.
  6. This room will provide a much welcomed, safe, clean environment for very ill patients allowing them to be with their relatives while undergoing specialist treatment, especially those with small children not normally allowed on the ward. It will allow for relatives of patients to have some quiet, private and comfortable space and, through Kidneys for Life, to provide equipment for kidney patients. It is anticipated that this facility will enhance the already excellent services which Salford Royal already provides. Salford Royal has also benefited from a separate grant from the Mayoral charities for the purchase of clinically safe armchairs and 'fistula bags' as previously reported. Each year the Ceremonial Mayor chooses a number of local charities to support and carries out a series of fund raising initiatives during their year of office. The Ceremonial Mayor has been supported this year by her husband and consort Councillor Robin Garrido and friend Mrs Beryl Henson as mayoress. Karen has done an amazing job as Ceremonial Mayor, raising thousands of pounds for her chosen charities and causes. As Cllr Garrido's year as ceremonial mayor comes to an end on Wednesday, Cllr Peter Connor (Kersal Ward) will be taking over the roll for the coming year. We thank her for her service and wish her luck in her future endeavours.
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