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Every year in the UK there are 150,000 cases of Sepsis, resulting in a staggering 44,000 deaths – more than bowel, breast and prostate cancer combined.

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Our Trust Board has appointed the company, KPMG, as our external auditor for the next three financial years. ...

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Our Chief Executive Matthew Hopkins and colleagues from our partner, the North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT), will be hosting a Twitter Chat this Thursday (29 September). ...

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Tiny twins welcome Havering’s former mayor as he hands over donation to our NICU

Councillor Brian Eagling, the former Mayor of Havering, paid Queen’s Hospital a visit this week to deliver a cheque for over £5,000 for our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). ...

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Minister for Health praises our staff for their hard work

Philip Ludlow, the Minister of State for Health, paid a visit to Queen’s Hospital, where he praised our staff for their continuous hard work to improve services for our patients. ...

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We used cute animations and simulation training to raise awareness of sepsis

We held a range of activities this week to mark Sepsis Awareness Month. On Wednesday (14 September) several staff across both our hospitals began their day by taking part in simulation training, us...

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