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UCLH

University College London Hospital opened in 2005. Services offered at UCLH include accident & emergency, hyper-acute stroke unit, cancer care, critical care, endocrinology, general surgery, ophthalmology, dermatology, general medicine, general neurology, rheumatology, orthopaedics, paediatric & adolescents, and urology. The latest CQC rating was overall “good“. The hospital has a growing focus on cancer care. The new (and … Continue reading

King George Hospital

King George Hospital, Ilford is a modern local hospital providing acute and rehabilitation services for the residents of Redbridge and Barking, and a ‘planned care centre’ serving the whole catchment area. It opened on its current site in 1995 and has 450 beds. The hospital is part of the Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust – one of the largest in the … Continue reading

Basildon Hospital

Basildon Hospital is a busy district general hospital with well established respiratory services and onsite Essex Cardiothoracic Centre. There are two respiratory wards with a total of 55 beds. There is an eight bedded acute respiratory care unit (ARCU) where unwell patients and those requiring NIV are managed. The latest CQC rating for Basildon Hospital was “good” overall, with all … Continue reading

NET training day: North Middlesex Hospital 25/04/14

In April we convened at the North Middlesex Hospital for a diverse day of all things from immunohistochemistry to writing a business case via IGRA testing and interventional bronchoscopy. Interesting facts about the North Middlesex Hospital: The North Middlesex Hospital began life as a workhouse in 1842, built by  the Edmonton Board of Guardians. Every day, on average, … Continue reading

Homerton University Hospital

Homerton University Hospital is a district general hospital providing hospital and community services to the people of Hackney, the City of London and beyond. It was one of the first Foundation Trusts and remains financially viable. It provides specialist care in obstetrics, neonatology, foetal medicine, fertility, laparoscopic surgery, bariatric surgery, asthma and allergy treatments, HIV and … Continue reading

World TB Day: Homerton Hospital 24/03/14

It was great to see lots of trainees, as well as local GPs and other colleagues from Hackney, at World TB Day at Homerton. Interesting facts about Homerton: Hackney’s first hospital was founded in 1280, called the Kingsland Leper Hospital (based on Kingsland Road). It was one of ten leper hospitals set up in London. Ronnie … Continue reading