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Every year in the UK there are 150,000 cases of Sepsis, resulting in a staggering 44,000 deaths – more than bowel, breast and prostate cancer combined.

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Tiny twins welcome Havering’s former mayor as he hands over donation to our NICU

Councillor Brian Eagling, the former Mayor of Havering, paid Queen’s Hospital a visit this week to deliver a cheque for over £5,000 for our Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). ...

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Minister for Health praises our staff for their hard work

Philip Ludlow, the Minister of State for Health, paid a visit to Queen’s Hospital, where he praised our staff for their continuous hard work to improve services for our patients. ...

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We used cute animations and simulation training to raise awareness of sepsis

We held a range of activities this week to mark Sepsis Awareness Month. On Wednesday (14 September) several staff across both our hospitals began their day by taking part in simulation training, us...

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Third time’s a charm as our chief is recognised in the top 1,000 influential Londoners

For the third year running our Chief Executive, Matthew Hopkins, has been named on the Evening Standard’s list of the most influential people in London. ...

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Grieving family ask for donations instead of flowers for mum’s funeral

When Irene Francois died at King George Hospital, her family were so grateful for the care she had received they asked for donations for Gardenia ward, rather than flowers, at her funeral. ...

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