It’s all a bit pink at BMI Goring Hall Hospital in Worthing
The team at BMI Goring Hall Hospital in Worthing took part in ‘Wear it Pink Day’ and raised £200 for the charity Breast Cancer Now.
All departments at the hospital in Bodlam Avenue took part in the event, competition was fierce with a prize of restaurant vouchers going to the Pharmacy team for being judged the ‘pinkest’ team.
BMI Goring Hall Hospital has a comprehensive breast care service on site with breast screening clinics every Thursday evening.
“As a hospital that provides a breast care service we understand the challenges that our patients face,” said Executive Director Nichola Evans. “I am proud that so many of our staff got involved on the day. It shows how passionate our team is about the care we provide to our patients.”
The day was filled with fun with staff going to great effort to dress for the occasion, with pink wigs, tutus and jumps suits prominent on the day.
About BMI Goring Hall Hospital
BMI Goring Hall Hospital is a 42-bed hospital with 3 operating theatres, 1 endoscopy unit and a minor operations unit. We see approximately 10,000 patients each year. It provides a range of inpatient, outpatient and day-case specialties including orthopaedic, spinal, urology, ear nose and throat, urology , for routine and complex cases. Diagnostic and specialist equipment on site includes an MRI scanner, ultrasound, CT scanners, mammography and x-ray. Led by executive director Nichola Evans (Interim), the hospital employs approximately 200 healthcare professionals who provide services for NHS patients, for insured patients and for patients who choose to pay for their own care.
Led by executive director Nichola Evans, the hospital in Bodiam Avenue, Worthing, provides services for NHS patients, for insured patients and for patients who choose to pay for their own care. For more information about BMI Goring Hall Hospital visit www.bmihealthcare.co.uk/goringhall