This important document highlights what the Devon Sustainability and Transformation Partnership (STP) set out to achieve, the great progress that has been made and, importantly, our plans for the future. Download the Devon STP: Two-year report.
The results of research into loneliness in the communities of North-East Dartmoor show that loneliness is a challenge for all age groups, not just older people.The research was carried out over several weeks earlier this year by Wellmoor, based in Moretonhampstead, whose work covers all aspects of health and wellbeing in the North-East Dartmoor area.
Two siblings from Devon have raised an incredible £4000 for the Intensive Care Unit at the Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust after the department saved their step-father’s life. Harrison and Arianna Folland decided to run the Brighton Marathon after their step father, Tom Lander, spent just under a week in the Intensive Care
We’re pleased to be able to spread the good news on behalf of Estuary League of Friends that Nancy Potter House, the new Community Hub in Topsham, opened to the public yesterday and is described as somewhere “everybody can be loved”. The Estuary League of Friends, has been working on this project for nearly five
As we approach the 70th anniversary of the NHS on the 5th July, the RD&E are inviting people to share their most treasured memories of the hospital over the decades on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #RDEtreasure. We hope to build a collection of memories from the public, members of staff and patients, who
Summer is fast approaching and with it the next round of Governor Elections. This is an opportunity for RD&E members interested in the future of the Trust to have a real say in its future. Governors provide a vital connection between the RD&E and its patients, the community it serves and its partners. The Council
A Devon community healthcare champion and an Exeter clinical scientist who has helped to transform the lives of thousands of patients worldwide have been recognised by the Queen in her latest Birthday Honours. Professor Sian Ellard, the RD&E’s Consultant Clinical Scientist and Professor of Genomic Medicine at the University of Exeter, receives an OBE, while
Are you a people person with some spare time on your hands? If so then why not come and join our fantastic team of volunteers working at the RD&E. The RD&E has almost 300 volunteers supporting the Trust in a variety of ways from providing a trolley shop service to hospital radio to supporting staff
RD&E has received NHS Improvement approval to proceed with a new clinical transformation programme. As well as fundamentally improving the way services and care are delivered to patients, the programme will see paper-based patient records at the RD&E becoming a thing of the past. The MY CARE Programme is the cornerstone of a broader programme
Over the past 12 months the Trust’s Board has been refreshing the corporate strategy to ensure that we have a clear strategic intent and direction for the RD&E for the next 5-10 years. Our aim is for the RD&E to take a lead in transforming the health and care system in Devon; to get people,
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