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ASPH Transformation Programme

This month’s video message is about the extremely exciting ASPH Transformation programme of estates works that has been in the planning for the last two years at the Trust which will transform ASPH over the next three years!

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Improving involvement

This week’s message I would like to cover two subjects that both, in their very own specific way, make an amazing contribution to patients and to colleagues.

The first is Research and Development and the past week the team have been out and about talking to you and the public about what we do and how everyone can get involved. I am very proud of our engaging research department who have over the years helped us build a research culture that is inclusive for all those in the local community, patients and colleagues. I am delighted that we play a key part in medical research and we are now in the top 10% of trusts recruiting participants and their families for commercial and academic studies across the country. Well done Team R&D!

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Making every day count

This week’s message is focused on “Making Every Day Count 2” progress. This important initiative started on Monday and will run for two weeks finishing on the 4th November. The first thing to say is a huge thank you to you all for all your hard work this week in producing some absolutely amazing results!

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Each week Suzanne Rankin, our Chief Executive, sends a message to staff about events at the hospitals, special achievements, and plans for the future.

We shall be adding them to this section as well as including them on our Twitter and Facebook pages.

From time to time, we shall ask other members of the Trust Board and clinical team to give their perspective on the week in our hospitals.


About Suzanne

Suzanne was announced as the new Chief Executive in June 2014.

Suzanne began her nursing and management career with the Royal Navy, including deployment during the 1990 Gulf War; a spell as Senior Nursing Officer at NATO Headquarters in Lisbon; and Nursing Officer in charge of the 56-bed Trauma and Orthopaedic Unit at the former Royal Hospital Haslar in Gosport, Hampshire.

Past Messages