Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital offers public health information events for foundation trust members, patients, families, carers and the public throughout the year. All events are free and provide an easy to understand overview of common heart and chest health related topics. Everyone is welcome.
Invitation to Forthcoming Events
Combined Council of Governors and Annual Members’ Meeting – 4.30pm on Monday 23rd September at LHCH Conference Room, Research Unit, Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital, Thomas Drive, L14 3PE
Celebrate our successes of 2018-19, receive the annual report and accounts from the Board of Directors and hear a report from our Governors along with details of our future plans and service developments. This is also a perfect opportunity to share views and ask us any questions you may have regarding the services we provide.
Healthy Lungs Event
Join our Respiratory Physiologist team for a talk on Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea. We are pleased that this event will be held in conjunction with Breathe Easy Wrexham.
This event will be held in conjunction with Breathe Easy - Wrexham Group on Tuesday 1st October 2019 at 1pm in The Pontcysyllte 2, Ramada Plaza, Ellice Way, Wrexham, LL13 7YH.
All welcome – please register your free place on either event by calling 0151 600 1410 or emailing email@example.com
Healthy Lungs event raises awareness of the importance of early diagnosis
Liverpool Heart and Chest Hospital NHS Foundation Trust and Halton Borough Council is hailing a ‘Healthy Lungs’ event held at Halton Stadium in June a success. The event was well attended and dozens of attendees received information on diagnosing respiratory conditions and tips on correctly using an inhaler.
Scott Hawkes and Paul Maines, Respiratory Physiologists at LHCH said: “We were delighted to have been given the opportunity to raise awareness of the importance of the service we provide at LHCH and in the community which ensures essential diagnosis and treatment of lung disease. We hope that those who attended found the session informative. Molly Hancox, Assistant Physiologist also facilitated a number of Spirometry tests for those attending the event.”
In 2018/19 the LHCH service saw around 18,777 patients for Spirometry tests alone across all services in both the community and at the hospital. It is an important first line test for the early diagnosis of lung disease.
If you missed the event and would like to hear the talk then you can watch this online via the below link: