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Date for Your Diary – The next Annual General Meeting will take place on Thursday 12h May 2022 at 3pm at the Littlemead Methodist Church, Roundhouse Lane, Exmouth. Following the meeting there will be a talk by the Admiral Nurses on the service they provide to carers of those with dementia.

Dear Friend After two years of the COVID-19 pandemic, our hospital and community services continue to return to pre-covid levels. The hospital and community staff have responded magnificently throughout the pandemic, often beyond the call of duty. The Trustees continue to support the comfort and wellbeing of patients and staff with donations made during last…

A Trustees meeting was held on 16th July 2020, which constituted a ‘mini’ AGM at which the audited accounts were received and agreed. All the Trustees were willing to continue in their current positions. The planned public AGM could not take place due to the ongoing covid-19 restrictions. It is hoped the 2021 AGM will…

Dear Friend As our NHS healthcare landscape continues to develop through the wider Devon Sustainability Transformation Partnership (STP) and the new WEB Primary Care Network, the Trustees continue to provide funds in furtherance of the Leagues objectives through requests received from the managers of hospital and community services and its own vision to ensure the…

Dear Friend As our healthcare continues to evolve at some pace, the Trustees’ intention is to continue to provide funds in furtherance of the League’s objectives through requests received from the managers of hospital and community services and its own vision to ensure the health, wellbeing and comfort of patients and staff. These are listed…

League of Friends Chairman, David Bassett, presents a cheque for £17,500 to Exmouth & Lympstone Hospiscare Chairman, Dr Helen Enright. David Bassett commented ‘ the League of Friends is very pleased to support Exmouth & Lympstone Hospiscare’s new project Hospiscare@Home, a service that complements the work of Exmouth Hospital. Pictured Above – Left to Right…

Trustees from the Exmouth Hospital League of Friends received a demonstration of a portable ultrasound scanner. This is used by the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital vascular surgery unit and at community hospitals for scanning patients’ arteries or veins, saving them a trip to Exeter.Above: The machine is being demonstrated by RD&E Consultant David Birchley on…

Thanks to generous donations and fund raising events, the Minor Injuries Unit (MIU) was able to expand and purchase necessary equipment in 1965 with a welcome donation of £3,150 and again in 2005 with a further donation of £133,300 provided by The League of Friends of Exmouth Hospital.