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Welcome to the Isle of Wight NHS Trust website where you can find information about the full range of health services we provide including acute, community, mental health and ambulance services. You can also read about how we are working towards our vision of providing quality care for everyone, everytime for all Island residents and visitors to the Isle of Wight, working to improve the health and wellbeing of our patients and their families.

News

Latest news

Trust Board Meeting 27th August 2014
21 Aug 2014

The next meeting of the Isle of Wight NHS Trust Board, is to be held on Wednesday 27th August 2014 at  9.30 a.m. in the Conference Room, St. Mary’s Hospital, Parkhurst  Road, NEWPORT, Isle of Wight, PO30 5TG.   Members of the public are welcome to attend and papers are available on the Trust’s website at www.iow.nhs.uk under the about us section.  The direct link is http://www.iow.nhs.uk/about-us/our-trust-board/2014-board-papers.htm.

 

Events

Latest events

Isle of Wight International Scooter Rally 2014
23 Aug

This event will be attended by a Foundation Trust membership recruitment stand.
The world’s biggest gathering of vintage and modern scooters - The Isle of Wight International Scooter Rally. 
The first Isle of Wight International Scooter Rally was way back in 1980, scooter riders have come every August since, with numbers of participants numbering anywhere between four to seven thousand each year.Organized by the British Scooter Rally Association and The VFM Scooter Collective, the rally has gone from strength to strength. The centre of the rally has always been in Ryde, with Smallbrook Stadium used as the main campsite, but over the years scooterists have spread all over the island, staying in camp sites and hotels in most towns across the island.

National News

National health news

Autistic brain 'overloaded with connections'
Fri, 22 Aug 2014

"Scientists discover people with autism have too many brain 'connections'," the Mail Online reports. US research suggests that people with an autistic spectrum disorder have an excessive amount of neural connections inside their brain…

Dual vaccine approach could help eradicate polio
Fri, 22 Aug 2014

Botox may be useful in treating stomach cancers
Thu, 21 Aug 2014

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Our performance

The Trust carefully monitors how it performs against local and national targets. To find out more about our performance visit our Delivering Quality Services section, or to view our current monthly Performance Report click here. You can access independent performance information about us at Dr Foster Health and Consultant Outcome Data at www.nhs.uk.

Tell Us Your Views

Click here to find out how you can feedback to us about your experiences, along with how to raise any concerns, complaints or questions.

Becoming a Foundation Trust

We are currently undergoing a period of transition to become a Foundation Trust. Click here to find out more about our progress and application