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A pillar for health

Our influence on the health of Londoners has been recognised with a record five of our staff making the list in the Evening Standard's Progress 1000.

Celebrating the most influential Londoners, Progress 1000 recognises the Capital's diversity and highlights those working to break down barriers, enhancing the capital’s reputation as 'the pre-eminent city of opportunity in the world'.

Congratulations to:

Kade Mondeh
Consultant midwife at Barts Health who trains and mentors midwives in Uganda.

Dr Tony Joy
Founder of the Physician Response Unit, with London's Air Ambulance and London Ambulance Service, that is preventing hundreds of admissions to A&E by putting doctors on the front line to treat patients at home or work.

Martin Griffiths
The surgeon and clinical lead for trauma not only saves the lives of knife and gun crime victims - but then visits schools urging teenagers to put down their weapons.

Karim Brohi
Surgeon, head of Trauma Sciences with our partners Queen Mary University of London, and also director of the capital’s major trauma network which has led to a 20 per cent reduction in the capital’s mortality rate from major trauma.

Alwen Williams
Chief executive, credited as 'succeeding in getting London’s biggest NHS hospital trust back on an even keel'.

We're incredibly proud to have a diverse and caring workforce who every day make a difference to patients and colleagues. Show you care - nominate someone in our own Barts Health Heroes awards


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  1. Nancy Oliver Monday, 15 October 2018 at 12:52 PM

    A lot to be proud of well done everyone

  2. Ugochi Agbasimelo Tuesday, 16 October 2018 at 04:46 PM

    A big well done to everyone mentioned. It's great to be part of #TeamBartsHealth.