Black History Month has got off to a fantastic start at our Trust, with a series of thought-provoking and educational webinars for our staff.Read " Black History Month gets off to a flying…"
Our Children’s Emergency Department (ED) at Queen’s Hospital has been very busy recently, so we want to remind you that our upgraded Children’s ED at King George Hospital is also open 24-hours-a-day, seven days a week.Read " Revamped Children’s Emergency Department…"
Baby Loss Awareness Week begins on Sunday 9 October. For mum-of-three Gemma Perry, who lost baby Ronnie at 38 weeks in August 2021, it’s an opportunity to encourage more people to talk about it, and not bottle up their feelings.Read " ‘Burying your baby is a different kind o…"
We have partnered with Sapien Health to give our patients access to the world's first digital surgery clinic.Read " World's first digital surgery clinic lau…"
Would you like to join our Trust and make sure our patients are heard? Now is your chance!Read " Make a difference and join us a patient …"
Our Ophthalmology team held its seventh PrEYEority super week from Monday 12 September – seeing 1,153 patients, smashing their own target of 800 patients.Read " Ophthalmology super weeks sees over 1,15…"
Black History Month began on Saturday 1 October, and we’re delighted to kick-off the celebrations with two of our nurses, Evelyn Asiam, palliative care clinical nurse specialist, and geriatric nurse Rabi Sani Santos, named among the Rising Stars of 2022, London region.Read " We’ve kicked off Black History Month wit…"
For National Inclusion Week, the Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (ED) team have spoken to colleagues in the Cancer and Clinical Support division and on Tulip Ward to find out what inclusion meant to them.Read " National Inclusion Week: What does inclu…"
To strengthen the relationship between primary and secondary care, we have appointed three new Associate Medical Directors (AMD) who are very familiar with our communities.Read " Senior GPs join our Trust…"