Tony Halton, group director, has announced he will be retiring at Easter.
Latest news — articles for October 2020
This page has been created to provide information on coronavirus cases at Barts Health hospitals and will be updated daily except for Saturday and Sunday.
Martin Griffiths, National Clinical Director for Violence Reduction and Consultant Trauma and Vascular Surgeon, has been chosen to represent Barts Health for his pioneering ward-based violence reduction service. An online map of the city tells the stories of the inspiring Black Londoners who have been nominated by NHS staff for their important contribution to their NHS Trust, local area or wider society.
Having a baby can be a daunting time for any mother, especially when faced with delivering during a global pandemic. We spoke with Nisa Aslam, a local GP who works at East One Health GP practice and The Royal London Hospital Out of Hours Department.
At Barts Health NHS Trust, and across the capital, new surgical hubs have been established to make sure patients get back on the road to health and recovery, and reduce the numbers waiting for surgery.
Richard Fitzgerald, an Academic Clinical Fellow in Special Care Dentistry, is named one of thirty-seven NHS staff to be successful in gaining a place on Digital Health.London's #DigitalPioneerFellowship
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge have paid tribute to NHS workers in a special visit to St Bartholomew’s Hospital, where they launched the Duchess' photography exhibition, Hold Still.
The service will be aired on St Paul’s YouTube channel on Sunday, 25th of October at 6pm. You can search St Paul’s YouTube or click here on the night of the premiere or any time afterwards.
Barts Health, in partnership with NEL CSU, undertook a telephone survey with relatives who were bereaved during the Covid-19 Pandemic. Here are the results of the survey and implications for the Trust.
Last week, the NHS England and NHS Improvement launched the Access phase of the ‘Help Us, Help You’ campaign to encourage the public to contact their GP if they are worried about a symptom that could be cancer.