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Welcome to Radio Frimley Park

Studio 1 at Radio Frimley Park Welcome to Radio Frimley Park, the dedicated radio station for the patients of Frimley Park Hospital. We broadcast round the clock – 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to inform, educate and make the patients' stay in the hospital more enjoyable with regular quizzes, playing requests and of course some great music.

The charity has been operating since 1976 and continues to go from strength to strength.

Sir Andrew Morris and Radio Frimley Park

On Monday 18th of December, Sir Andrew Morris C.E.O. of Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust, gave his last interview for Radio Frimley Park to Malcolm Treen, Chairman of RFP. Sir Andrew is stepping down in February next year, having been with the trust for 29 years. He has been responsible for Frimley Park Hospital being the first in England to be rated 'outstanding' and Wexham has gone from 'Inadequate' to 'Good' in just 15 months.

Malcolm Treen said, "I shall miss our annual chats. I have been interviewing Sir Andrew every year for quite a while now and it has been a fascinating insight into the running of such a huge organisation. We have shared the new Emergency Department build, the new Maternity Unit refurbishment, not to mention the installation of the helipad; it has been a truly amazing behind the scenes look at such a massive establishment. The facts, figures and costs are almost beyond comprehension and the rise in the number of people treated since the merger with Wexham and Heatherwood hospitals is nothing short of astronomic but all steered with a steady hand by Sir Andrew."

Malcolm Treen presented Sir Andrew with a card signed by RFP members and a photographic book of RFP's 40th birthday celebratory dinner held at Lakeside, which unfortunately due to a family holiday commitment Sir Andrew could not attend. Mr.Treen thanked him for his fantastic support of RFP over the years and wished him well with his retirement; although Sir Andrew is to continue, albeit on a part time basis, in his position as leader of the ACS (Accountable Care System) helping to pioneer the national drive for more integrated, less fragmented health and social care services.

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