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Send us your #RecoverySelfies

As our 1,000th patient leaves us after receiving care for COVID-19, we’d love to see how you’re getting on at home after your own treatment.

We know recovery can be a difficult process, so we want to celebrate your big (and small!) milestones with you.

Send us a photo with a little message. Once we get enough, we’ll put a collage together and share it on our website, social media, and with our teams – if you’ll let us.

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Thank you: a message from our Chair

The NHS’s 72nd birthday celebrations will take on a special significance this year as we reflect on the impact that Covid-19 has had on our communities across north west London.

I would like to say a huge thank you for the amazing support and the many acts of kindness that we have experienced during the pandemic.

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What Alicia did next …

The last time we saw Alicia Borja she was being cheered out of A&E after a month long battle with Covid-19.

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Girl power to the rescue!

The last thing you would ask yourself if rushed to hospital in an emergency is 'did pack my toothbrush and some casual wear?'

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Franco’s tears of happiness

An A&E nurse cheered out Northwick Park Hospital today after a nine-week battle with Covid-19 became nearly the 1,000th patient to be discharged by the trust.

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Chief Executive's blog: WIndrush Day and improving the experience of our BAME workforce

On Windrush Day, we recognise the immense contribution of the generation of people who came to Britain at that time to offer their skills, hard work and generosity of spirit. Their diverse cultures have become a vital part of the rich tapestry of British life. Many of you may be their children or grandchildren.

This is an important day for us to reflect on our responsibilities towards the Windrush generation, their descendants, and our wider Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) communities.

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