• Improving access to urgent care at Queen’s Hospital

    The way in which you access the Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) at Queen’s Hospital has changed.

    Now, patients use a new entrance which is further along the main hospital building, past our Maternity department. This is signposted, you just need to look for the purple signs outside the building.

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  • VTE team at parliament

    VTE team's victory at Parliament

    Our VTE team were acknowledged for significant improvement in patient safety across the Trust with VTE prevention, management, and patient care at parliament.

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  • Brian Thornton HIV Lead Nurse

    World Aids Day

    Friday 1 December marked the 35th anniversary of World Aids Day - a great opportunity to recognise how far treatment has come, while continuing to raise awareness and educating about this long-term health condition.

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  • Inspirational Rose is our first Workforce Adjustment Coordinator

    As part of our celebrations for Disability History Month, we’ve introduced our first Workforce Adjustment Coordinator – Rose Gayle.

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  • A great EYEdea

    Residents across north east London will have access to more ophthalmology services, and more quickly, thanks to an innovative service that launched last week.

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  • Where to get the right care

    Our A&E departments get very busy and we ask that you only come to A&E if you need immediate care for something that is very serious or life-threatening.

    There are other options available, like NHS 111 or pharmacies, that will be able to treat you safely, comfortably and more quickly. 

    Find out where to get the right treatment

  • Matthew Trainer and Jacqui Smith smiling

    About us

    Under the leadership of our Chair Jacqui Smith and Matthew Trainer, our Chief Executive, we provide care for the residents of three of the most diverse London boroughs. More than half of our 7,500 strong workforce are from black, Asian and minority ethnic groups and most live in Barking and Dagenham, Havering and Redbridge.

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