Leading not-for-profit UK healthcare organisation Nuffield Health has received approval from the City of London to renovate the dilapidated former pathology and residential staff quarters buildings at London’s oldest hospital, St Bartholomew’s. The pathology building developed ‘cult status’ after it had a key role in the second series of the BBC programme Sherlock.
Latest news — articles for July 2018
Caroline Alexander, Chief Nursing Officer at Barts Health NHS Trust, has been awarded an Honorary Degree at Middlesex University London.
More of our patients than ever before are receiving innovative and life-changing treatments, with more than 16,000 patients involved in clinical research at Barts Health.
Young people with special educational needs in east London are being helped to secure employment through an innovative internship involving the NHS, councils, schools and colleges.
An award-winning new room to support people with mental health conditions in A&E has opened at The Royal London Hospital, Whitechapel.
Barts Health has been named among the UK’s top 50 organisations for taking action to improve social mobility in the workplace.
Plans for a world-class life sciences centre in east London to invent and implement medical breakthroughs took a step closer today after the capital’s biggest NHS Trust sold spare land for development.
Sybil Allen, 87, and Mary Walker, 88, both met at at St Bartholomew’s Hospital on their first day of preliminary nursing training school on 28 December 1948. 70 years on, after enjoying long nursing careers together, they remain the best of friends and now live together in the Cotswolds.
A Surgeon and Muslim Chaplain at Barts Health have spoken at a special ceremony held at Westminster Abbey in celebration of the 70th birthday of the NHS.
As the NHS turns 70 we reflect on all that our fantastic staff do to provide safe and compassionate care for our patients.