A sports injury picked up playing rugby influenced Alexander Bereziuk’s decision to become a physiotherapist.Read more
Volunteers wanted to help beat Covid-19Read more
Central Middlesex Hospital has been designated a ‘covid protected’ hospital so surgical procedures can resume after an absence of two months.
We’ve introduced new guidance for people coming to hospital for an appointment, a planned procedure such as surgery or an endoscopy, or to visit a friend or relative.
From Monday 15 June, everyone who comes into hospital must wear a face covering.
Your face covering must cover your mouth and nose.Read more
A drive-through pharmacy introduced at Northwick Park Hospital in response to the COVID-19 outbreak is proving popular with patients.Read more
We stand in solidarity with our Black colleagues, patients and communities.
It has never been more important for us to earn your trust.
We understand that how we act towards each of you as individuals affects our wider society.
We recognise our duty to do more for our diverse communities, and to stand against racism wherever we see it.
And we accept that responsibility.Read more
The Coronavirus Bill has had far reaching consequences for how the deceased are managed in and outside of hospital.Read more
Expectant mothers have been using ‘virtual clinics’ where they can speak to their midwife via a secure video link.Read more
It's Volunteers' Week so a big thank you to Project Wingman who continue to provide a place for staff to relax, have a cup of tea and chat.Read more
Northwick Park’s neonatal unit is offering parents ‘Virtual Visits’ to stay in touch with their new-borns.Read more
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