Fewer patients waited for beds in our emergency departments, and more patients were discharged during our recent ‘flow week,’ which took place from 10 to 14 January. It focused on reducing delays across our hospitals – from the moment a patient arrives at our emergency departments, to the care they receive on a ward, to working with our system partners so the right support is in place for them to leave hospital.Read " Recent 'flow week' reduces delays for pa…"
Chief Executive Matthew Trainer shares a message with staff about the looming deadline for mandatory vaccination.Read " Mandatory staff vaccinations: an update …"
The BHR Health and Care Academy hosts its latest event, focusing on new integrated and sustainable career pathways in the health and care sector.Read " BHR Academy hosts ‘grow your own’ career…"
Thursday 27 January marks Holocaust Memorial Day. Tony Minter, one of our chaplains, reads out a prayer.Read " Holocaust Memorial Day…"
Lily Vieria, an intensive care nurse at our Trust, is originally from Madeira, Portugal and has appeared in the biggest newspaper of her hometown sharing her experiences caring for patients during the pandemic.Read " Our nurse makes front-page news in her h…"
Areeb Khan was one of the youngest people in the country to receive ECMO (Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation) having been given a 50/50 chance of survival after catching Covid-19 in summer 2021.Read " ‘It feels great to be doing normal thing…"
We’re delighted to announce that Ann Hepworth will be joining us next month as our Director of Strategy and Partnerships.Read " Welcome to Ann Hepworth, our next Direct…"
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 pandemic.Read " Trust staff celebrated at Havering Counc…"
Kevin Holmes, 59, is looking forward to getting his life back, including doing more with his family, after being the first patient at our Trust to have selective peripheral denervation (SPD), a procedure to treat a debilitating form of Dystonia.Read " Dystonia patient praises our Neurosurger…"
A showcase of our staff network's achievements over the last year.Read " How our staff networks have supported ou…"