Four patients, who were among the very first to have deep brain stimulation surgery at Queen’s Hospital, returned this week for a tea party to mark ten years since we introduced the procedure.Read " First patients to benefit from life-chan…"
Latest news — articles for May 2018
Take care of yourself during RamadanRead " Take care of yourself during Ramadan…"
Getting the right care for you and your family over the Bank Holiday weekendRead " Getting the right care for you and your …"
As part of our work to look at our services and make them better for staff and patients, we regularly hold Rapid Process Improvement Weeks (RPIW).Read " Read our junior doctors’ first-hand acco…"
A dedicated room for terminally ill patients and their loved ones has been officially opened at Queen’s Hospital by the family of beloved grandfather Dennis Sullivan, who helped fundraise for it.Read " Dedicated family room opened at Queen’s …"
As part of our improvements to urgent and emergency care at King George Hospital, there will be a new temporary entrance to our Emergency Department from today (Wednesday 23 May).Read " Temporary entrance to our Emergency Depa…"
We’re proud to share our latest updates on the difference The PRIDE Way for Leaders – our training course developed as part of our work with the Virginia Mason Institute (VMI) – has made to our patients and staff.Read " Our lean training has really made a diff…"
Wendy Matthews, our Deputy Chief Nurse and Director of Midwifery collected her OBE on Wednesday 9 May, and said the experience was “out of this world.”Read " “Out of this world,” – our Director of M…"
Do your loved ones know what you would like to happen when you die? If not, Dying Matters Week, between 14-20 May, could be the time to have those tricky conversations.Read " Dying Matters Week starts on Monday…"
Nurses play a key role in the NHS. However 40 years ago the role was significantly different to what it is now.Read " Forty years on: two of our nurses share …"