We place great emphasis on the need for the strictest confidentiality in respect of our patients. We won't divulge any information about a patient unless we are given permission from the individual or where appropriate, their next of kin.
Requests for interviewing/photographing patients must be made through the communications team.
The communications team should be the first point of contact for all journalists contacting the trust.
Our staff are asked to refer any direct approaches from journalists to the communications team, so it is quicker and easier to start with us.
We understand media deadlines and can usually identify and contact the most appropriate staff member quickly. We aim to provide a prompt and up-to-date information service to the media.
Under no circumstances may interviews, filming or photography be carried out on our premises without the permission of the communications team.
A wider range of health and care professionals in SW London such as GPs, hospital doctors and social care workers will now be able to see important health info about you, helping them to make the best decisions about your care @HRCH_NHS ➡ More info: swlondon.nhs.uk/connectingyour… pic.twitter.com/uDPLCqBz2y
We’re improving the way we locally connect your care! Soon, a wider range of health & care professionals will be able to access your records from other NHS services. This will mean when you're receiving care things will be quicker & easier. ➡ More info: swlondon.nhs.uk/connectingyour… pic.twitter.com/St9WNke9Kt
Hear, hear! We'd be lost without all our healthcare support workers. They have been particularly amazing during COVID-19. twitter.com/theRCN/status/…