Ronald Clarke, along with other members of the B Positive Choir, has been busy rehearsing and performing; the choir recently performed at the NHS70 Windrush awards and are getting ready to perform at York Minster Cathedral to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the NHS on 5 July.
Monday started in London with a series of 121s and calls, along with signing our annual accounts. A big thank you to Rob Bradburn and all of the finance team for doing the important but often unseen work to get our accounts produced. It is a complex process that takes a number of months and close working with both internal and external auditors.
Manchester’s Town Hall was lit up in red light on Tuesday, 19 June until the early hours of Wednesday, 20 June for World Sickle Cell Awareness Day.
Calvin Campbell is a member of the B Positive Choir and, having just shared another Fathers’ Day with his family, he writes about living with Sickle Cell.
Today, 19 June, is World Sickle Cell Day where organisations across the globe will be raising awareness of this debilitating disease.
NHS Blood and Transplant thanked the Cox family for their campaign to create the NHS Organ Donor Register as the country gets set to celebrate the 70th anniversary of the NHS.
The June/July issue of Connect magazine is now out and should be hitting your desks shortly. It features a celebration of 70 years of the NHS and also reveals how we’re moving forward with Your Voice.
Liverpool and Manchester Therapeutic Apheresis Services (TAS) units will introduce a Saturday service in a bid to enhance access for patients and improve colleagues’ work-life balance.
Frontline colleagues will shortly be offered a Hepatitis B vaccination.