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Dashboard Success

Real time dashboards which help monitor patient activity across our inpatient wards have achieved recognition for our IT team. They were runners up in...

Act Fast to Save Lives

Two specialist stroke nurses - Caroline McGhee and Amanda Smart – have been busy in Forth Valley Royal Hospital, helping people recognise the signs...

Beavering Away

Forth Valley Royal Hospital had a special visit recently from the 93rd Braes Scout Group Beavers, who came along to earn their Environment Partnership...

Ward A12 Scoop Poster Prize

Congratulations to Dr Holly McGuigan, Cathy Mercer and Dr Linda Buchanan from ward A12 at Forth Valley Royal Hospital who won the prize for...

Generous Jay

A local boy has generously donated £160 of toys and games so that other children can still have fun while being treated in hospital. Eleven...

Care For Older People Praised

The way staff look after older people at Forth Valley Royal Hospital has been praised in a recent report by NHS Healthcare Improvement Scotland....

Staff Awards 2019

A star-studded night at the Albert Halls in Stirling saw staff collect a series of awards reflecting both their care for patients and their...

New WiFi On The Way

A wide range of work is underway to improve WiFi and connectivity, for staff, patients and the general public. These include: Forth Valley Royal Hospital New...

More Time To Visit

A new visiting programme has been launched at Falkirk Community Hospital to allow families and carers to see their loved ones outwith normal visiting...

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New WiFi On The Way

A wide range of work is underway to improve WiFi and connectivity, for staff, patients and the general public. These include: Forth Valley Royal Hospital New...

Staff Awards 2019

A star-studded night at the Albert Halls in Stirling saw staff collect a series of awards reflecting both their care for patients and their...

More Time To Visit

A new visiting programme has been launched at Falkirk Community Hospital to allow families and carers to see their loved ones outwith normal visiting...