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Transport Snack Packs

Sarah Ord

Sometimes babies are born prematurely or unwell in hospitals that do not have facilities to provide the appropriate level of care. In these cases it may be necessary to transport them from one hospital to a specialist unit in another – such as the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at St Peter’s Hospital (the only one in Surrey). To enable babies to be transported as safely as possible, a dedicated neonatal transport service has been developed.

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Thameside Quilters generous donations to the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit

In the NICU

Shirley McBreen and her team, the Thameside Quilter, have been crafting quilts for the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) at ASPH since 1998 and recently provided four quilts, beautifully made by Jacquie Cranfield, for a set of quads who were born here on Wednesday 11 July 2018, three girls and one boy. The first quads born at St Peter’s for twenty five years!

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Council’s Go-Ahead Means Major Healthcare Improvements for Surrey

St Peter's Hospital

Runnymede Borough Council has given the go-ahead for the redevelopment of surplus land at St. Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey in a decision that will pave the way for major healthcare improvements for Surrey. The planning committee passed the resolution to approve the application after various matters such as traffic impacts and affordable housing provision were successfully resolved.

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