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Improvements To Endoscopy Unit Facilities Receive Positive Feedback From Patients 

Patients who need diagnostic internal investigations can now benefit from improved facilities in more comfortable surroundings following a redesign and refurbishment of the Endoscopy Unit at Salisbury District Hospital.

Endoscopy involves the use of small cameras which relay pictures from inside the body to a television screen and can be used on the unit to detect problems in the upper and lower digestive system from the throat to the bowel.

Endoscopy improvements 
Endoscopy staff join former patient Pauline Smith who cut the ribbon to celebrate the completion of improvements to the Endoscopy Unit

The redesign provides a clear flow through the unit from admission, recovery to discharge and will enable patients to be admitted and discharged in a quiet room.

Alison Montgomery, Senior Sister on the Endoscopy Unit said: “The new facilities are already having an impact and we have received very positive feedback from our patients.”

Notes to editors:

The Endoscopy Unit is accredited by the Endoscopy Joint Advisory Group.

Staff on the Endoscopy Unit recently won a Striving for Excellence Award. The Unit received a number of nominations from patients who highlighted the professional, friendly and compassionate care they provided in often difficult personal and sensitive circumstances.

For further information please contact:

Patrick Butler,
Public Relations Manager,
Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust.
Tel: 01722 425170 


Page Last Updated: 08/05/2014 10:06 
Printed from Salisbury NHS Foundation Website