Local people in Surrey and Sussex have helped to support patients living with dementia watch live music via tablet devices while they’re in hospital. Thanks to generous donations to SASH Charity, Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust has piloted an adapted programme from Wishing Well
As part of Volunteers’ Week* Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (SASH) thanked their volunteers at a special event held on Thursday 7 June 2018. SASH, have a team of 230 volunteers who have a vital role in contributing to the quality care of patients by supporting teams across the
Surrey and Sussex Healthcare (SASH) NHS Trust are looking for volunteers. Volunteers of all ages (from 16 years upwards) give their time at SASH providing help and support to patients and visitors at East Surrey Hospital. Alex McFarlane, volunteer manager said: “People from many walks
Maris Codling, Voluntary Services Manager at East Surrey Hospital, has been awarded a British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list in recognition for her services to patients and the community. The award is well deserved recognition of Maris’s work with the Trust’s 200 st
Staff at East Surrey Hospital waved goodbye last week to a kind hearted couple who between them have been volunteering at the hospital for an impressive 44 years. Since 1992 David and Margaret Jones have given up thousands of hours of their time helping staff, patients and visitors.
Gold stars for two of our hardworking hospital volunteers who are heading off to medical school after a clutch of great exam results. Joseph Sheridan spent 9 months volunteering on Woodland ward and described his time at East Surrey Hospital as invaluable. He added: “I’d never been in