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Chief Nursing Officer visits Northwick Park Hospital

Ruth May, Chief Nursing Officer for England, paid a visit to Northwick Park Hospital on Thursday 29 April. She was on-hand to present the prestigious Chief Nursing Officer Awards to three members of staff who each won silver awards: Akua Seinti, Randall Jones, and Sarah Gould. A special long service award was also presented to Fiona Coogan.

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Maternity delivers £500,000 refurbishment

‘Women don’t stop giving birth because of a pandemic’ says maternity Divisional Head of Midwifery Danny O’Leary amid the department’s biggest refurbishment in the past 16 years.

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Chief executive's blog: continuing to make LNWH more inclusive

It is vital that we continue our work to make our organisation fairer, more transparent and more inclusive, particularly in respect of race.

The evidence is clear: NHS staff members from ethnic minorities have worse experiences of the workplace than their White colleagues, and are more likely to face barriers as they move forward in their careers.

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Care pack champions

Patient care pack founder Katherine Mills delivered her 5,000th pack at Northwick Park Hospital this week.

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May steps out for charity

May Hamilton enjoys a bracing seaside walk which is just as well as the plucky pensioner plans to complete 40 lengths of the world’s longest pier in aid of charity.

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Prone rangers ride to rescue

They call themselves the prone rangers and have been helping those less fortunate than themselves during the pandemic.

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