Newham’s state-of-the-art Rainbow Centre for children and young people turns two this week.
The Forest Assessment Unit helps frail patients over the age of 65 to have a speedy recovery and avoid the kind of lengthy stay in hospital that can contribute to a longer-term deterioration in health.
As one of our newly appointed LGBTQ+ Network site leads at St Bartholomew's, Darren Barnes tell us why LGBT History Month is so important and what his new role means to him...
#IAmAndIWill World Cancer Day this year has hit home for me so much more than any other year, that’s because my husband was diagnosed with stage 4b Diffuse Large B Cell lymphoma.
I would like to share my story.
Today is #WorldCancerDay, so we're keen to celebrate some of the fantastic, innovative work that's going on at St Bartholomew's to provide the best quality care for our cancer patients.
Thanks to funding from Barts Charity, Dr Samir Agrawal, Consultant Haemato-oncologist at St Bartholomew’s Hospital, set up a remote-monitoring system within his department to improve patient experience by enabling patients to receive specialist cancer care remotely whilst in the comfort of their own home.