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False WhatsApp COVID-19 vaccine rumours

We’re aware of a WhatsApp voice message doing the rounds which claims, amongst other things, that our staff are having adverse reactions to the COVID vaccine.

This is completely false.

These types of rumours undermine the work of our frontline staff, cause more fear and panic in our communities, and could potentially undo all the effort we’ve all put into overcoming this awful virus.

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Lisa Knight, MBE

Congratulations to Chief Nurse Lisa Knight who has been awarded an MBE in the New Year Honours list for her role during the pandemic.

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Thank you for your incredible support

On behalf of all the staff and volunteers working across Central Midddlesex, Ealing, Northwick Park and St Mark’s hospitals and those working in our community services, I would like to say a massive thank you for the overwhelming support that we have received during this most challenging of years.

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Pausing planned procedures due to rise in Covid-19 numbers

Like the rest of the capital, hospitals across North West London are now very busy. At a sector and trust level, we’ve launched plans to care safely for this increase in patients and actions include standing up additional critical care capacity with some staff redeployed and on standby for redeployment to support patients. 

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Ealing feels the love

A school pupil moved by a BBC report about the pressures facing NHS staff organised more than 800 letters of support to be delivered to her local hospital in Ealing.

 

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National COVID-19 vaccine roll-out

This week,  the NHS is  starting to deliver the Covid-19 vaccine, in line with the government’s priority list of which people will get it first.

This is a very exciting development and we want to be clear about how it will work for local people.

The NHS will get in touch with you directly when it is your turn to be vaccinated.

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Doctor highlights threat of liver disease

A local roadshow raising awareness of chronic liver disease (CLD) in Brent, Ealing and Harrow found the latter had the highest prevalence of viral hepatitis in London.

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Alice’s letters to a loved one

An operation to remove a brain tumour turned into a six months hospital stay after Matthew Stamper suffered a stroke on the operating table.

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