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The GPs’ surgery of the future’ – Sky News visits Airedale Read more

The day we played host to BBC News

BBC national news broadcasts live from our telemedicine hub. Read more

British Stammering Association

"More people throughout the country are to be offered help with managing their stammer by Airedale Hospital’s speech and language therapists using a video link in a unique service funded by the Health Foundation." Read more

Launch of new purpose-designed hub

"The new hub features 23 screened work stations for nurses and room for all digital care services." Read more

Business conference on telemedicine

"An NHS trust is leading the way in using video technology to improve people’s lives." Read more

Goldline video premiered

"A SHORT film produced by a Hollywood director showcasing a pioneering service run from Airedale Hospital is to be premiered in London." Read more

Huffington Post

"Inside the NHS, the rollout of telehealth has largely been confined to trials in places like Airedale NHS trust, which installed a telehealth system in a care home for the elderly, thus providing residents with 24/7 care." Read more

The Times - video link cuts hospital visits

"A round-the-clock service that connects care home residents to nurses over a video link has slashed unnecessary ambulance journeys, hospital admissions and GP appointments." Read more

Financial Times - telemedicine success story

"NHS seeks answers in digital health technology." Read more

The Guardian – Health in Justice breakthrough

"Airedale Foundation NHS Trust conducts videoconferencing consultations with prisoners at Full Sutton maximum security jail." Read more

Yorkshire Post – Goldline

"Dying at home is a sadly-unfulfilled wish for many terminally-ill patients - but a team of nurses working in North Yorkshire are starting to change that. Chris Burn reports." Read more

The Guardian – annual 2017 nursing good practice supplement

"The hub that gets to the nub of the problem.” 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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