This week we spoke to Jodie Hampel, senior clinical scientist in radiation protection and imaging physics. Jodie is one of four colleagues at our Trust who have secured places on a prestigious leadership programme aimed at female healthcare scientists.Read " In Conversation With...Jodie Hampel…"
Our new interim Chief Executive, Tony Chambers, joined us this week. Having started out a nurse, Tony has spent several decades in the NHS, mainly in the north west of the country. So, as he joins us down south, we sat him down to find out the important facts - why our Trust? What were his first impressions? And, of course, does he have any pets….?Read " In Conversation With....Tony Chambers…"
Today marked the last day of our interim Chief Executive, Chris Bown, at our Trust.Read " It’s goodbye, and thank you, from me…"
To kick off the New Year, we spoke to our children’s oncology clinical nurse specialist (CNS), Laura May. She told us about the job she loves, from the good parts; fun with her young patients and getting to know their families; to how she deals with the emotional side when children die.Read " In Conversation with...Laura May…"
CQC inspectors have noted how improvements are continuing at Queen’s and King George hospitals, with three of the five domains rated ‘good’.Read " Improvements continue at our hospitals a…"
Laura May, children’s oncology clinical nurse specialist , recently won our You Made a Difference Award. Laura was nominated by Daniel Devitt, the interim Children’s Commissioner for Redbridge CCG. Daniel nominated Laura for making a string of beads of courage for a patient who had sadly lost their original set.Read " Laura, children’s oncology clinical nurs…"
Christine Grove’s son Paul was just 21 when he died in a motorbike accident in early November 2001. A passionate advocate for organ donation, the mother-of-three didn’t hesitate to donate her son’s organs and tissue.Read " Mother recalls how donor recipient’s tha…"
First time parents Karishma and Harwinder Singh welcomed son Anshvir (pictured) at just 43 minutes after midnight on New Year’s Day.Read " Queen’s Hospital welcomes first baby of …"
2019 has been a really busy year for our Trust. Our staff have cared for hundreds of thousands of people. Our Christmas video thanks all our staff for their hard work this year- whether that's caring for patients on the front line or supporting our staff and patients behind the scenes!Read " Thank you to our staff who were working …"