Queen’s Hospital benefitted from an extra volunteer to help bring festive cheer to our patients on Christmas Day – former patient Kate Baker, who spent the run-up to Christmas last year recovering from surgery on a benign brain tumour.Read " A year after we ensured she could go hom…"
Latest news — articles for December 2017
It was a bumper day of births at Queen’s Hospital this Christmas – with 22 little ones making their entrance.Read " Christmas Day babies make their entrance…"
Local people, businesses and organisations across Havering, Barking and Dagenham and Redbridge have ensured a very merry Christmas for our patients after making a huge amount of festive donations.Read " Our wards are full of festive cheer foll…"
Team 5, which provides sexual health services at Queen’s Hospital, is moving to a new location on Thursday 28 December.Read " New location for sexual health services …"
The Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt, along with NHS England’s National Medical Director, Sir Bruce Keogh, visited our Trust this morning (Friday 8 December) to hear how we are making care safer for our patients.Read " Health Secretary praises innovation at o…"
A special ceremony was held in the Lavender Garden at Queen’s Hospital to dedicate memorial stones in memory of former colleagues who had passed away.Read " Moving ceremony to dedicate memorial sto…"
Two special ceremonies were held this week to officially switch on the Christmas tree lights at Queen’s and King George hospitals, launching this year’s Treasured Memories Appeal.Read " Special ceremonies to light the Christma…"
David Robinson, a long-serving consultant paediatrician at our Trust, has published a book, Pediatric Forensic Evidence, bringing together his vast experience advising the courts on child protection cases.Read " Our paediatrician's book will be used to…"
Positive changes we’ve made to transform the end of life care for patients and their families have been highlighted in a new short film by NHS England.Read " We’ve been recognised for transforming e…"