We’re once again opening the doors of our hospital to welcome new nurses and midwives.Read " We’re on the lookout for new nurses and …"
Here is the next instalment of our series: In Conversation With…introducing Karen Peters, one of our Red2Green Transformation leads.
Karen followed in her mother’s footsteps in becoming a nurse but it wasn’t in her original plan – she’d intended to be a maths teacher! Despite that Karen has had a hugely eventful career in nursing, including spending 14 years solely working night shifts. She’s been our bed manager, our bed and site manager and now, as part of our Red2Green team, she’s helping to ensure we make each day in hospital count for our patients.Read " In Conversation With...Karen Peters, one…"
Would you know what to do if you, or a loved one, became poorly over the weekend and needed urgent medical advice?Read " Do you know where to get the care you ne…"
Our staff work tirelessly to care for their patients, often under challenging circumstances.Read " Thanks for your lovely feedback!…"
Christella Matoko is a project support officer, who spends her days supporting our trainee nursing associates and helping them with their learning.
The lover of dance and acting got into project management completely by accident after suffering an injury when preparing for a show meant she had to have a rethink, and plan a show for someone else. She loved it so much she got a qualification in project management and hasn’t looked back since.
English is her third language as Christella was born in the Republic of the Congo, then lived in Belgium for a year, moving to the UK when she was three. She’s very proud of her African heritage and extremely close to her family – she has an older brother and three younger sisters.Read " In Conversation With...Christella Matoko…"
You may have read in the news about the death of Simbi Aretha Moula last week. Simbi was one of our midwives and a hugely valued and loved member of our team.
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The Lennox Children’s Cancer Fund brought smiles to the faces of children who had to spend Christmas at Queen’s Hospital, by delivering sacks full of presents ahead of the big day.Read " Generous toy donation for children in ho…"
It was one of the busiest Christmases ever for new arrivals at Queen’s Hospital – with 25 babies born on Tuesday 25 December.Read " Queen’s Hospital sees 25 newborns arrive…"
If you or someone in your family needs care over the festive period there are lots of options open to you – including GP appointments available on Christmas Day and New Year's Day.Read " Know where to get the care you need over…"
Kind-hearted Frankie Cook may be just 10, but it’s down to her that all 482 children at her school took part in a ‘Reindeer Run’, raising hundreds of pounds for the King George and Queen’s Hospitals Charity.
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