The community radio station from Dorchester has been running for over two years now and listeners in Dorset County Hospital are able to listen via the Internet on their personal devices such as a smartphone, tablet or laptop with headphones/ear buds etc, or, of course, an FM radio on 106.3.
If you would like to be involved with KeeP 106 there are many ways to do so. We need volunteers including presenters, technicians, production assistants, fundraisers and local event reporters.
For more information about KeeP 106 follow these links:
Could you spend as few hours a week playing games or doing puzzles with patients at Dorset County Hospital (DCH)?
DCH’s Volunteer Service is looking for people to join its new Activity Squad – a group dedicated to helping patients take part in activities to support their mental and physical wellbeing. (more…)
Patients have praised the level of care experienced at Dorset County Hospital.
The latest inpatient survey, carried out by the Picker Institute on behalf of the Care Quality Commission, captured the views and experience of 570 patients admitted to DCH in November 2021. (more…)
Air Ambulance charities across the country are once again coming together to celebrate Air Ambulance Week, which takes place between Monday 5th – Sunday 11th September 2022.
The national awareness week, organised by Air Ambulances UK, will see Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance join other air ambulance charities around the country in a campaign called ‘Critical Moments – Life-Saving Difference’. (more…)
Dorset County Hospital (DCH) is looking for volunteers to help shape and improve services by acting as patient representatives on key projects – including patient safety and its site development plans.
The Trust already seeks regular patient, carer, and public feedback in a number of ways through its patient experience team and uses this to improve its services. (more…)
Volunteers from Dorset County Hospital (DCH) were treated to a summer tea party as a thank you for their hard work.
More than 50 volunteers gathered at Sunninghill Preparatory School in Dorchester for an afternoon of fun and games, plus sandwiches, cakes and refreshments by Dorset Delights.
Chairman of Dorset County Hospital Mark Addison and Chief Nursing Officer Nicky Lucey also attended and presented service recognition certificates to those who have completed between three- and 25-years of service. (more…)
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