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On 19th June 2015 our Trust was rated as 'requires improvement' by the CQC.
Herefordshire is to get a new, purpose-built radiotherapy unit – ending the ‘misery miles’ for cancer patients who currently need to travel to Cheltenham General Hospital for this life-saving treatment.
Our Trust successfully bid for additional NHS funds to design, build, staff and manage a new £7.7-million satellite radiotherapy facility at Hereford Hospital.
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Latest news and press releases:
April 2014 - Another milestone for Hereford Radiotherapy Unit
March 2014 - Linac Delivery to The County Hospital, HerefordThe Linac (Linear Accelerator) arrived at The County Hospital, Hereford on Saturday 1st March. It's great to see this next milestone in the development of our Herefordshire satellite radiotherapy unit. Opening later this year, the Hereford Linac will deliver life-saving radiotherapy treatment like this one at our Cheltenham Oncology Centre.
June 2013 - Crane goes up at satellite radiotherapy unit
March 2013 - Turf Cutting ceremony for Hereford Satellite Radiotherapy Unit
January 2013 - Full steam ahead for new Unit at the County Hospital, Hereford
April 2012 - Demolition makes way for new unit
February 2012 - Green light for Radiotherapy Unit
November 2011 - Hereford Satellite Radiotherapy Unit announced
See the timeline in pictures
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