Latest news — articles for August 2018

In conversation with Sue Lovell, midwife and lover of the great outdoors

Sue Lovell, our interim Director of Midwifery, wanted to be a midwife since she was a little girl – and she still loves her job after 24 years at our Trust! She was also voted Midwife of the Year for the London region in the Emma’s Diary Mums’ Midwife of the Year awards earlier this year.


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“Mascara moment” on Radio 2 to mark end of cancer treatment

Ralph Gilbert, of Hornchurch, had the nation reaching for their tissues this week, when he rang the Chris Evans Breakfast show as part of their segment where listeners call in to talk about something they’re doing for the first time.

Ralph, 70, called to say that he was ringing the End of Treatment Bell at Queen’s Hospital, for the first time, to mark the end of a course of radiotherapy for prostate cancer. He’d visited our hospital 20 times over the course of a month. 

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