The Royal Bournemouth Hospital Open Day returns

The Royal Bournemouth Hospital Open Day returns

Bournemouth, Events | Posted: Friday, August 3rd, 2018 at 9:58 am | return to news

The Royal Bournemouth Hospital Open Day returns

CPR demonstrations and how to help someone who is choking are just two of the new interactive activities on offer at the Hospital Open Day.

This year’s event at The Royal Bournemouth Hospital site will be on 15 September from 10am-3pm. There will be something there for everyone – from blood pressure checks, eye tests and respiratory checks to children’s activities.

Tours of the theatres, endoscopy, pharmacy and physiotherapy departments are available throughout the day and the emergency services hub will also be back.

The ever popular Teddy Bear Clinic will return as well as the ‘How healthy is your lunchbox?’ check, where nutritionists will talk to individuals about their food choices and see if their lunch is missing any key food groups. Children will also be given a sticker passport on arrival, which they can complete by visiting different areas throughout the day.

The Royal Bournemouth Hospital Open Day returns

Anyone interested in working, volunteering, or completing work experience at RBCH can find out more at the volunteer and recruitment stands.

Representatives from Dorset Police, Safe Bus and Dorset Fire and Rescue, will be at the event and the Dorset and Somerset Air Ambulance is set to make an appearance during the day, weather permitting.

The event is free to attend and parking at the RBH site will be free all day.

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