We’re the first Trust in the country to introduce the ‘Noona’ app for our cancer patients, allowing them to instantly message our team with questions or concerns, as well as see all information about their treatment in one place.Read " App which is transforming treatment expe…"
We’ve helped 516 members of our Trust staff, as well as NELFT colleagues, during our latest cost of living marketplaces – giving vital support in the run-up to Christmas.Read " Festive marketplaces help 500 more colle…"
We held our annual charity ball on Friday 18 November, raising £50,000, profits will help improve the experience for children in hospital.Read " A MARVEL-lous charity spectacular…"
Several colleagues from Sodexo, who provide facilities management services at Queen’s Hospital, have won accolades at the Spirit of Sodexo awards.Read " Congratulations to our award-winning Sod…"
We’ve launched a new group consultation clinic for our children and young people (CYP) who suffer with asthma and viral induced wheeze (VIW).Read " New clinic for children and young people…"
Over 700 Barking and Dagenham residents have taken advantage of a free opportunity to have their lungs scanned, as a result of a Lung Health Check programme for people aged 55 to 74 who have ever smoked.Read " More than 700 residents receive free lun…"
Our Enhanced Supportive Care (ESC) team has won a Macmillan Professionals Excellence award in the Whatever it Takes category, which recognises teams and individuals going to extraordinary lengths for cancer patients.Read " Our team recognised for doing ‘whatever …"
We held a Gynaecology ‘Perfect’ Week from Monday 7 November, treating 81 women. It would usually take our teams around a month to carry out this number of operations. These focused efforts, where we concentrate our resources to carry out well above the usual number of procedures in a week, are one way we’re reducing our waiting lists.Read " Our Gynaecology ‘Perfect’ Week sees over…"
A passion for more environmentally friendly burials has seen Gemma Norburn from our Mortuary team win anatomical pathology technologist (APT) of the year at the Good Funeral awards.Read " Our ‘Mortuary Gem’ wins national award…"