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Pride of Reading awards

This year, more Trust staff have been nominated for a Pride of Reading award than ever before.

Teams and individuals throughout the Trust have been nominated by patients who believe our staff deserve to be recognised for going the extra mile.

This year our nominees include: our cardiology team, the staff of the intensive care unit, the paediatric diabetes team, clinical nurse specialist Fiona Webb from the Endoscopy Unit, elderly care consultant Dr Hannah Johnson and the paediatric audiology team (pictured).

The annual awards ceremony, hosted by Chris Tarrant, takes place in November to honour the town’s unsung heroes. You can read more about the Pride of Reading Awards, here.

Congratulations to all of our nominees!

Come back

 

Come back to caring, come back to nursing

Royal Berkshire NHS Foundation Trust is supporting a national campaign to promote nursing return to practice, working with local education providers and to offer fantastic employment opportunities on completion.

Find out more here.

 

Involving

Saving tiny lives

BIBS (Babies in Buscot Support) is a registered charity that supports babies and their families in the special care baby unit (Buscot Ward) at the Royal Berkshire Hospital in Reading. The Saving Tiny Lives appeal is supported by the Reading Post, find out more about how you can help get involved here.

Photo courtesy of the Reading Post. 

Thank you

Ride the side and golf day success

 

Our first 'Ride the Side' was a great success - 27 people cycled 80 miles from Bath to Reading, along the Kennet and Avon Canal.

The annual golf day raised an impressive £15,000, with 13 teams taking part.  Due to popular demand, a date has already been set for next year - Friday 4th September.

Well done and thank you to all the participants and fundraisers!

Check out our charity event page for more details. 

In the news

Audiology team with HEAR we go campaign

Find out about what has been happening around the Trust and see where we have featured in local news stories and television broadcasts.


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Careers and vacancies

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About the Trust

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Information about our Board and Executive, our publications and our performance, and information about Freedom of Information requests.

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