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In this section, we have a variety of short films produced by the oncology service.

 

Cancer Services

In this video, Suzanne Rankin, Chief Executive of Ashford and St Peter's, visits the cancer services team.

 

The Chemotherapy Service

Partnership working is at the heart of a new chemotherapy service launched recently for patients at Ashford Hospital, Middlesex.

 

The Infusion Suite

 

ASPH Health and Wellbeing Day

Dr May Teoh:
Improving the Cancer Patient Experience

 

Sandra Gates:
Physical Activity

 

Andrew A Parsons:
Medical Coaching

 

Sue Metcalfe:
Citizens Adivce Bureau Support Officer

 

Dr Liz Chorlton:
The psychological impact of diagnosis and treatment for cancer

 

Kirsty Sheridan:
Learning and Understanding Nutrition for Cancer Patients' Health (LUNCH Programme)

 

Margaret Dangoor:
Carers UK

 

Macmillan Cancer Support

 

Improving Cancer Care Action Group

 

Crossroads Care Surrey

 

Beating Bowl Cancer

 

Prostate Cancer UK

 

Crest Cancer Support

 

A patient's story

 

Psychological support at ASPH

 

Latest News

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3000th baby born in Abbey Birth Centre at St Peter’s Hospital

On Thursday 8th August at 20:48 Sheena Parmar from Addlestone gave birth to her second child, a healthy baby boy, named Dylan, who was the 3000th baby to be born in the Abbey Birth Centre at St Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey. Dylan was delivered by Midwife Angela Affinito, weighing 6lb 6oz.

 

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Lullaby Hour at St Peter’s Hospital

The Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at St Peter’s were delighted to recently be joined by professional singer and ukulele player, Emma Stevens, for Lullaby Hour. Lullaby Hour is an award winning project created by the Music in Hospitals & Care charity that brings calming music into hospital wards to help aid sleep and recovery for babies.

 

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Ashford and St Peter's Hospitals hold successful first Community Day

St Peter's Hospital opened their doors to welcome over 300 people to their first Community Day on Saturday 6th July. The day was an outstanding success, with visitors of all ages attending and a fantastic buzz created around the Trust.

 

The Weekly Message

A week of firsts

When thinking about what to write this week, I realised I have had a number of firsts over the past few days. And I will not be the only one.

A couple of weeks ago, I wrote about the FY1 doctors joining Team ASPH in their first job as a qualified doctor. They did a first together, which hopefully meant they were able to support each other. More often we do a first on our own, but sometimes they are shared ... read this week's message