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31. Test Report  
This website was last tested on 26th October 2020.  We use the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines V2.1 level A and level AA to test how accessible www.cht.nhs.uk is. We used this approach to…  
32. Past editions of Foundation News  
Follow this link to see the most recent issues of our members' newsletter, Foundation News.  
33. Smoke free CHFT  
Support to stop smoking - Calderdale (Yorkshire Smokefree Service) Yorkshire Smokefree offer a range of medications and face to face, online or telephone support to help you quit smoking. Stop…  
34. Organ donation  
Here at Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust we want to save more lives… with your help. We are steadily increasing the number of organ donations yet know that much, much more could be…  
35. Case Studies  
Janette Roberts Membership councillor Janette Roberts understands very well the ordeal many families go through while waiting for donor organs to become available as her husband Richard died while…  
36. How do I become a donor?  
It is very easy. Click on the link below and very importantly tell your family and relatives about your wishes and that you have signed up to the register. Remember, every year thousands of lives…  
37. Outpatient guide  
When You Arrive Check In for your Appointment either by using our Self Check In Kiosks, or by reporting to an available receptionist. Please try to be on time for your appointment. You will not gain…  
38. Inpatient guide  
A happy patient? We hope your stay in hospital will be as pleasant as it possibly can. Please do tell us if you are happy with our service. If you feel there is anything we can do to improve your…  
39. Chaplaincy  
The Chaplaincy Team works to develop the Pastoral, Spiritual and Religious Care of patients in the various hospitals. It also provides support for staff and visitors. Members of the Team also provide…  
40. Phones and WiFi  
Mobile Phones Mobile phones can be used on public corridors, but they must be switched off in clinical areas as they can interfere with medical equipment. Mobile phones are considered “in use”…  
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