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Case Studies

Dad had the death he wanted, in his own bed

How Goldline supported a family on one of the most remote farms in England. Read more

The power of telemedicine

This is an extraordinary and very moving example of how telemedicine helped Christine Dennis, say her final goodbye to her husband Stuart before he died of cancer in Sue Ryder4 Manorlands Hospice. Read more

Careline - Weighing in with health advice

Obesity and malnutrition are two extremes of dietary related problems that Airedale’s specialist dietitians regularly encounter when helping prisoners as part of a wider Health in Justice service. Read more

NHS vanguard endorsement

See the part Airedale plays in facilitating patient care using the digital care hub. Read more

Telemedicine in East Lancashire care homes

A video about our telemedicine services in East Lancashire. Read more

Care home support for Albert

Albert Joyner was the 1,000th patient to be linked up to the Telehealth Hub, which meant he could get urgent medical help from hospital consultants if he needed it – without having to leave the comfort of his nursing home. Read more

Video technology helps prisoner to conquer stammer

A prisoner whose life has been transformed after receiving speech and language therapy via a secure video link has shared his experience of our Health in Justice service. Read more

Goldline

Ruth Pickles is Airedale speech and language therapy team’s first patient to pilot the remote delivery of an intensive treatment to help improve the lives of an increasing number of patients with Parkinson’s Disease. Read more

A dedicated 24/7 telephone service for people with a serious illness who are in their last year of life, and the people looking after them. Care is provided by a team of experienced nurses who are on hand to give advice, support and guidance to help people die with dignity in the place of their choosing (usually at home).

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A highly-specialist Health in Justice service providing consultant-led secondary care support via telemedicine to prisoners residing in Prisons and Youth Offender Institutions (YOI) across the country. This service is currently available in more than 30 secure centres across the country.

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The Hub team provides access to advice and support for residents in over 500 residential and nursing homes across the country, as well as individual patients with a variety of long-term conditions. The team has full access to individuals’ care records, allowing them to give comprehensive clinical assessments, guidance on condition management, and ongoing monitoring.

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