Our colorectal surgery team has been recognised by the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI) as an Accredited Pouch Centre – one of only 22 trusts in the UK to receive this.Read " Colorectal surgery team accredited…"
Congratulations to Sunrise A ward at Queen’s Hospital for attaining silver in our ward accreditation programme.Read " Sunrise A gets silver ward accreditation…"
Consultants are on strike from 7am on Thursday 24 to 7am on Saturday 26 August.Read " Strike by senior doctors…"
Our annual plan for 2023/24 is a key output from our integrated business planning process which sets out how we will deliver operational resilience, as well as national and local priorities as we continue to work towards achieving our vision of providing outstanding healthcare to our community.Read " Our annual plan for 2023/24…"
Our Maternity and Interventional Radiology teams have worked together to introduce an innovative way of treating women with Placenta Accreta Spectrum, a serious condition in pregnancy where the placenta becomes attached to the womb and will not separate after childbirth.Read " Innovation, a first in the UK which is s…"
Patients in north east London who are waiting for a hospital operation or treatment will benefit from a new website that provides useful information and links to local and national resources to help them manage their own health and wellbeing while they wait.Read " New website launched in north east Londo…"
Our Trust has been shortlisted in three categories of the Nursing Times Workforce Awards. We’re up for Best Employer for Diversity and Inclusion, Best Workplace for Learning and Development, and Overseas Nurse of the Year for Harry Galsote, who joined our Trust in January 2020 from the Philippines.Read " We’ve been shortlisted in three categori…"
On Friday 8 September, Jacob Hotten, 20, and his family will participate in the Thames Moonlight 10k Walk to raise funds for the King George and Queen’s Hospitals Charity.Read " 'I owe this hospital my life' Jacob Hott…"