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Admissions to Arrowe Park Hospital

Last updated on Monday, October 5, 2020

Your day will start in the Surgical Elective Admissions Lounge (SEAL). This can be found at the back of the hospital. If you are accessing SEAL by car, please follow the directional signs to the rear of the hospital. We have a drop off point at SEAL but there is no parking. There is limited space...

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Eamoulds / Taking an Impression

Last updated on Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Taking an impression of the ear is a simple and painless procedure. A small foam block is placed in the ear canal to act as a seal. An impression is then taken by injecting a silicon material into the ear with a special syringe. This is left to se...

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Medication

Last updated on Monday, October 5, 2020

Continue to take your regular medications with a sip of water unless specifically told not to. If you are diabetic or taking anti-coagulants (blood thinners) you will receive additional information about these. Information is available on the document at the foot of this page. Please bring an...

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The Accessible Information Standard

Last updated on Tuesday, January 29, 2019

The Accessible Information Standard (AIS) was introduced by the Government in 2016 to make sure that people with a disability or sensory loss are given information in a way they can understand. It is now the law for the NHS and adult social care services to comply with AIS. The Trust have been w...

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Promise Group: CARE

Last updated on Friday, July 1, 2022

Meet the Patient Experience Strategy Promise Group CARE Members Tony Probbing: Promise Care Group Chair Tell us about yourself: Tony Probbing Associate Director of Allied Health Professionals.  Trust Lead for Carers, Nutrition and Hydration.    I have work in the NHS for 26 years with 11 yea...

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