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At Salford Royal, we’re proud of our status as one of the UK’s best-performing hospitals. But we’re not resting on our laurels: we relentlessly focus on quality improvement so we can save and improve lives through reliable and safe care, along with a commitment to respect and a patient-first focus.
We hold all our departments to high standards, whether they are performing high-risk surgery in state-of-the-art facilities, or are pioneering new partnerships in social care.
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Surgery and Neurosciences
Our Surgery teams are recognised the world over as experts in upper and lower gastro-intestinal surgery, stoma care and intestinal failure. Other areas of expertise include bariatrics, urology and gynaecology, with sub-specialisms in early pregnancy.
It takes a wide range of specialist nurses to keep the department at the top of its game, delivering nurse-led services and making the patient experience the best it can be.
Salford Health and Social Care
Our approach to Health and Social Care is innovative to say the least. Our recently launched Integrated Care Organisation pulls together the expert knowledge of A&E, Paediatric Assessment, Emergency Admissions and Medical High Care to get patients seen faster and back home managing their own care quicker. Sometimes their efforts reduce the need for hospital admissions all together.
As Regional Trauma Centre, we deal with injured patients from across Greater Manchester, but our cases are incredibly varied. Nurses in Health and Social Care are involved delivering in acute, community and specialist services.
Clinical Support Services and Tertiary Medicine
Clinical Support and Tertiary Medicine is where vital clinical and support services are managed. These include Radiology, Cancer Services, Pharmacy, Allied Health Professionals and Hotel Services, as well as the critical care demanded in Intensive Care, Surgical and Neuro High Dependency Units.
With such a diverse range of services, nursing specialisms and team priorities are varied. Our Renal Services nurses are part of a large, dispersed and autonomous team, while Radiology nurses are much fewer in number. Critical Care on the other hand, focuses on staff education and development while Tertiary Medicine is home to accredited experts in specialist conditions.