In this section, you can read the news articles published during the year.

 

Nasal Spray - Read the article

 

Covid-busting nasal spray begins UK trials

Added: Monday, 11 January 2021

The first UK clinical trials of a nasal spray proven to kill 99.9% of the coronavirus that causes Covid-19 will begin on January 11th at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, in Surrey.

The SaNOtize Nitric Oxide Nasal Spray (NONS) is designed to kill the virus in the upper airways, preventing it from incubating and spreading to the lungs.

 

New Checkpoints - Read the article

 

Trust to begin trialling new entrance checkpoint systems

Added: Tuesday, 09 February 2021

On Wednesday 10th February 2021, Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust will begin trialling a new digital checkpoint system for everyone who enters the main entrance at St Peter’s Hospital.

 

Send a Message - Read the article

 

Send a message to a loved one

Added: Tuesday, 09 February 2021

We realise how difficult it is to be unable to see your loved one whilst they are in hospital, particularly during this worrying time. Our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) team are doing all they can to ensure you can keep in touch with your family member if they are an inpatient at Ashford or St Peter’s Hospitals.

 

Award Winners - Read the article

 

Ashford and St Peter’s New Year’s Honours List Award Winners 2021

Added: Friday, 19 March 2021

On Monday 1st March, we held our first-ever Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals (ASPH) New Year’s Honours List awards ceremony. Individuals and teams at the Trust were recognised for their hard work and effort with awards in categories such as ‘Passion for Excellence’, ‘Unsung Hero’ and ‘Inspiring Leader’, and all of which were nominated by colleagues at ASPH.

 

Site Traffic Management - Read the article

 

Major Temporary Changes to Site Traffic Management

Added: Friday, 26 March 2021

As you may be aware we are currently constructing two new wards in the car park next to the Rowley Bristow Unit. This will necessitate a large number of very wide prefabricated sections being brought onto the Hospital grounds by lorries, each lorry will take up most of the width of the estate roads to get to its destination. Once at the building site the loads will be lifted into position by crane and only one lorry will attend the hospital at any one time.