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Three decades of “The Terrible Twins” 

They’ve been called “The Terrible Twins” for their mischievous sense of humour and Walsall Healthcare colleagues Karen Goodall and Lynne Walker also have 30 years of NHS service in common – starting work on exactly the same day three decades ago.

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Posted by Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust Wednesday, June 27, 2018 12:05:00 PM

National Breastfeeding Celebration Week 2018 

It’s National Breastfeeding Celebration Week, so if you’re feeling as though you need a little extra support around feeding your baby, then why not attend one of our weekly support groups where a member of Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust’s Infant Feeding Team will be on hand to answer any questions you may have. 

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Posted by Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust Tuesday, June 26, 2018 4:39:00 PM

Farewell to Consultant Gastroenterologist Dr Mark Cox 

Throughout his 20-year career with the Trust, Dr Cox has treated many patients across the Walsall borough that are living with gut and liver problems; from coeliac disease to inflamed bowels – he’s seen it all.

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Posted by Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust Friday, June 22, 2018 3:22:00 PM

Improving communication this Learning Disability Week 

With this year’s Learning Disability Week focus being “All about health,” staff at Walsall Manor Hospital and community services will be concentrating on how to improve communication with patients.

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Posted by Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust Wednesday, June 20, 2018 9:37:00 AM

Diabetes Week - Jan's Story 

As a parent, looking after your child is the main priority, but for some it can often mean neglecting your own health needs. This was the case for Janette Moore who at 24-years-old and with type two diabetes, put her own needs aside to focus on caring for her three children, all under the age of four.

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Posted by Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust Thursday, June 14, 2018 2:28:00 PM

Diabetes Week - Mark's Story 

“If you had asked me ten years about the possibility of losing a foot because of my diabetes, I would have said ‘no way, that will never happen to me. You convince yourself that it won’t happen to you, but it almost certainly will if you don’t take your diabetes seriously.”

Amputee Mark Joiner now wishes he could tell his younger self to look after his condition properly, after losing half of his right foot.

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Posted by Walsall Healthcare NHS Trust Wednesday, June 13, 2018 2:17:00 PM
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