Former Wimbledon champ Pat Cash visited Queen’s Hospital this week to open its new state-of-the-art radiotherapy specific CT scanner.Read " Tennis star opens state-of-the art CT sc…"
Latest news — articles for September 2016
As a publicly funded NHS Trust, by law we must protect the public funds. This means, to help prevent and detect fraud, we may share information with other organisations which are responsible for auditing or administering public funds, or where undertaking a public function.Read " Our commitment to combat fraud…"
Dementia patients and their families enjoyed a vintage tea party at Queen’s Hospital on Friday (23 September), capping a week of activities to mark our new partnership.Read " Vintage tea party caps off a week of dem…"
Our Trust Board has appointed the company, KPMG, as our external auditor for the next three financial years.Read " We’ve appointed our external auditor…"
Our Chief Executive Matthew Hopkins and colleagues from our partner, the North East London Foundation Trust (NELFT), will be hosting a Twitter Chat this Thursday (29 September).Read " Join our Twitter Chat on Dementia…"
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).Read " Tiny twins welcome Havering’s former may…"
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.Read " Minister for Health praises our staff fo…"
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, using real-life scenarios to role-play the steps they should take to identify and treat sepsis.Read " We used cute animations and simulation t…"
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.Read " Third time’s a charm as our chief is rec…"
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.Read " Grieving family ask for donations instea…"