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Summer Newsletter Released

Please download the latest HNC summer Newsletter by clicking on the link below. You will need a PDF reader installed to view it.

Alternatively, put your email address in the field to the left and we'll automatically email you a copy for you to read offline or pass to your colleagues.

All previous newsletters can be requested too, please email info@hncl.net.

Trium 2 CTG Monitoring and Archiving live in Borders!

We are delighted to be able to announce that Trium 2 CTG monitoring and archiving system has now been successfully installed at the Borders General Hospital last month. This means that all CTG’s recorded will automatically be saved electronically as soon as the women is connected to the monitor. In addition annotations and alerts will be recorded onto the electronic copy, the Trium archiving ensures that the trace can be easily retrieved at a later date if required for medical review or training purposes.

Latest Newsletter from HNC

Please download the latest Newsletter by clicking on the link below. You will need a PDF reader installed to view it.

Alternatively, put your email address in the field to the left and we'll automatically email you a copy for you to read offline or pass to your colleagues.

All previous newsletters can be requested too, please email info@hncl.net.

HNC "Supports" Midwives in Sudan

Midwives Helen Smith & Georgina Sosa from the James Paget Hospital in Norfolk visited Khartoum, Sudan from the 14th to the 22nd of January.

Sudan has one of the highest maternal mortality rates in the world, and the contribution that Midwives can make in reducing it was the subject of a conference attended by Georgina and Helen. They also spent 4 days delivering workshops to Sudanese midwives working both in hospital and in the community. Topics covered included obstetric emergencies and active birth.

Viewpoint - GP Email solution goes live at Kings College Hospital.

We are delighted to announce the go live of our new Viewpoint GP Letter to Email solution at Kings College Hospital in London.
Read the full Kings College Hospital Case Study article for more info.

Tayside NHS Goes Live with ViewPoint

We are delighted to announce the new ViewPoint Ultrasound Reporting and Image Capture installation across the four hospitals in Scotland comprising the Tayside NHS region - Ninewells, Arbroath, Perth & Whitehills Hospitals.
Read the full NHS Tayside Viewpoint Case Study article for more info.

Latest Newsletter from HNC

Please download the latest Newsletter by clicking on the link below. You will need a PDF reader installed to view it.

Alternatively, put your email address in the field to the left and we'll automatically email you a copy for you to read offline or pass to your colleagues.

All previous newsletters can be requested too, please email info@hncl.net.

Our iPad 2 Winner Announced More Birthing Balls to Give Away!

A huge thank you to everyone who took part in our survey the information we gathered will be extremely helpful to us and we have already been in touch with some of you.

We are delighted to let you know that Sue Cox from Yeovil Hospital, Colposcopy Department has won the iPad2. Well done Sue!

We also despatched over 60 birthing balls to Units around the country and we hope they are giving relief to your ladies as you read this. Send us a photo of your ball being used (please get the ladies permission first!) on the ward and we will send you another with thanks!*

Countess of Chester Goes Live with ViewPoint

During the summer months HealthNetConnections Ltd were delighted to support The Countess of Chester Hospital with their ‘Go Live’ of our ViewPoint Obstetric Ultrasound Reporting and Image Capture Solution. The system has been implemented for their Obstetric Ultrasound Department.

HNC installs Automated Trust Wide NT Screening Program System for Bristol

University Hospitals Bristol NHS Trust, North Bristol NHS Trust(Southmead), Royal United Hospital Bath & Weston General Hospital Weston Super Mare can now boast an integrated solution between the Fetal Medicine departments and Biochemistry Department

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