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Our inspirational volunteer helps other stroke survivors by writing a book about her recovery

Louise Hulbert had just returned from three weeks in Spain enjoying the El Camino pilgrimage when she had a stroke. The retired PE teacher woke up on the floor in the middle of the night unable to move, it was only when friends came looking for her the next morning that she was taken to Queen’s Hospital.

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Our charity encourages supporters to ‘Donate in December’

King George & Queen’s Hospitals Charity is launching a fundraising campaign next month, encouraging people to ‘Donate in December’ as no matter how small, all donations can make a difference. Our charity needs support more than ever this Christmas, as like most other charitable organisations, fundraising during the pandemic has been difficult, with many of the usual ways to raise money off the table due to Covid-19 restrictions, and events cancelled or postponed.

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Chief Nursing Officer for England pays virtual visit to King George Hospital, recognising three nurses for their hard work during the pandemic

Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer for England, visited King George Hospital today (Friday 13 November). It was the first time she’d undertaken a virtual visit, using technology to see the wards, and even congratulate three nurses she’d recognised with silver Chief Nursing Officer awards.

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