Imam and Muslim Chaplain at The Royal London Hospital, Shaykh Ahmad Faruq Siddiqi has received the Unsung Hero Award at the Intensive Care Society national annual awards.
We've joined Tower Hamlets Council to commit to making the borough an anti-racist place to live and work by 2025.
Under the umbrella of our integrated care system (ICS), we are developing a joint view on enabling greater cohesion between Barts Health and BHRUT.
The Duchess of Cambridge has today visited The Royal London Hospital, part of Barts Health NHS Trust, to hear about how art helps improve the experience of being in hospital and to offer her personal thanks to our staff.
Photographs captured by two talented members of Barts Health will feature in Whitechapel Gallery’s ‘First Thursdays’ online exhibition this Thursday (1 April).
The awards shortlist was announced on 15 March and recognises the trust’s commitment to providing the best possible care to our communities in one of the most challenging years for the NHS.
The work of our redployed dental nurses has been well received by patient Hetty who has written a poem about the compassionate care she has received.
Dental teams from The Royal London Hospital have been using their skills to look after the mouth and teeth of patients critically ill with Covid-19 on The Queen Elizabeth Unit.
Five remarkable women have been recognised in the 2021 New Year Honours.
Despite an incredibly busy and challenging year, staff at The Royal London Hospital have, in their personal time, recorded a charity Christmas single.