Trust staff celebrated at Havering Council tree planting ceremony

In honour of the resilience and bravery shown by our staff throughout the pandemic, Havering Council has planted a tree at a dedicated ceremony at Queen’s Hospital.

We were joined by the Deputy Mayor and the Leader of Havering Council, as well as Andrew Rosindell MP.

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With a dedicated workforce of more than 7,500 staff and volunteers we provide care for a population of about 750,000 across Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge. We also provide some healthcare services to people in south west Essex and specialist neurosciences services to the whole of the county. This makes us one of the larger acute trusts in the country. Our two hospitals cover all major specialties and include two of the busiest emergency departments in London. Read more about us.

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Trust staff celebrated at Havering Council tree planting ceremony

Havering Council has planted a tree at a dedicated ceremony at Queen’s Hospital in honour of NHS staff and social care providers across the borough for keeping our residents safe throughout the ...

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