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Recent News

News article - Changes to visitor car parking charges - Click here to read more

On 1st February 2023, Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals increased their car parking charges for patients and visitors as part of the annual pricing review ... read more

 

News article - Eternal Garden Wins Award - Click here to read more

The Eternal Garden at St Peter’s Hospital has won an award at the 2022 Pro Landscaper: small project BIG IMPACT Awards in the Planting Design Under £25,000 category ... read more

News article - Hospitals to begin trialling a nasal spray which could treat COVID-19 - Click here to read more

A new research study at Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (ASPH) is looking for participants to trial a nasal spray, which could potentially slow the spread of COVID-19 and may lead to a quicker recovery time ... read more

 

News article - Parents Raise Over £21,000 for Neonatal Unit at St Peter’s Hospital - Click here to read more

In June 2019, Helen and Chris welcomed their beautiful daughter Ruby to the world, Ruby was born at full term at another hospital after a textbook pregnancy and labour. During the final stages of labour Ruby did not receive adequate oxygen and after resuscitation she was left with brain injury called Hypoxic Ischemic Encephalopathy (HIE) ... read more

News article - No Strike Action at Trust - Services to Continue as Usual - Click here to read more

Nurses within a number of organisations have voted to take industrial action, next scheduled to take place on Wednesday 18th and Thursday 19th January 2023. Ballot returns at Ashford and St Peter’s did not achieve the 50% threshold required to give the mandate for industrial action ... read more

 

News article - Getting the Right Care, in the Right Place, at the Right Time - Click here to read more

Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust want to ensure that the patients in our hospitals are only those who will and are continuing to need our care and treatment. This is because hospitals are best suited for treating those who are very unwell and need urgent and emergency care for serious and life-threatening symptoms ... read more

Click here for a collection of our press releases from 2023.

You can read past articles from 2022, 2021, 2020, 2019, 2018, 2017, and earlier in our news archive.