We’re holding our annual general meeting (AGM) on Wednesday (30 September), and you’re invited online to come along and find out more about what’s been going on over the last year.Read " Attend our 2020 virtual AGM on Wednesday…"
We will receive £15million in Government funding over the next two years to improve our Emergency Department (ED) at King George Hospital.Read " Funding boost to improve King George Hos…"
Members of mums group Mummy’s Linkup have paid a visit to Queen’s Hospital to donate a number of packs aimed at women who have a miscarriage.Read " Mums group donates packs to support wome…"
In his final blog on racism in the NHS, co-clinical lead for stroke and consultant Devesh Sinha discusses how racial inequalities have impacted BAME staff during the Covid-19 pandemic.Read " Everyday racism in the NHS: the radical …"
Gemma Norburn, a trainee anatomical pathology technologist at our Trust, has shared what her pandemic wedding was like after getting the go-ahead with just weeks to go.Read " Facemasks, social distancing, and smilin…"
As we work together to support our patients, and each other, during the pandemic, providing excellent end-of-life care is more important than ever. Read this blog from palliative care consultant Andrew Gage, which reminds us of the most important things we can do for our patients at this time: listen, be with them, and give them the comfort and dignity they deserve.Read " Our patients need us more than ever in t…"
In this week’s stakeholder newsletter, our CEO Tony Chambers shares more of our engaging staff stories, from Taniya finding her calling in our Academy of Surgery, to how working on the frontline during the pandemic’s peak gave physiotherapist Mariusz a greater purpose.Read " Stakeholder update from Chief Executive …"
Dealing with additional deaths during the Covid-19 pandemic has been something everyone in the NHS has had to deal with on varying levels. For our Bereavement team, it meant often dealing with double the number of deaths on a daily basis, and completely changing how they dealt with bereaved families.Read " Coping with death amid a global pandemic…"
No part of the NHS (or the world) has remained untouched by the Covid-19 pandemic, however, for our Living With and Beyond Cancer team, which supports cancer patients through their diagnosis, treatment, and life after that, it meant they had to completely reconsider how they provided their service.Read " Supporting vulnerable cancer patients th…"