Latest news — articles for 2018
Older patients can now enjoy a bedside ‘café’ and garden, with the opening of two sensory spaces at The Royal London Hospital.
Young patients at Newham Hospital are enjoying escaping into a good book, thanks to a visit from The Children’s Literacy Charity to mark International Book Giving Day (14 February).
Patients are getting specialist emergency treatment quickly and avoiding trips to hospital thanks to an innovative service launched in East London, the Physician Response Unit (PRU).
Patients on wards are now getting prescriptions faster meaning that they can go home sooner, and outpatients have improved access to over the counter medicines.
Women in Tower Hamlets now have more choice about where to give birth than ever before, with the launch of a local home birth service.
St Bartholomew's Hospital has today launched its new Service Pledge for Breast Cancer – an initiative in collaboration with leading UK charity Breast Cancer Now – to ensure that services for breast cancer patients are of the highest possible quality.
New mums are delighted with the experience of giving birth at the country’s biggest provider of maternity services, according to the regulator of NHS care.