Nati Arnaldos wins our Values Award for Communication
Congratulations to Nati Analdos, Musculoskeletal Service Business Manager who was presented with a Monthly Staff Values Award for Communication last week by CEO Jo Farrar.
Making a stand for safety during Falls Prevention Week
This week, Hounslow health partners are recognising Falls Prevention Week (18-24 September).
Allied health professionals meet Minister of State for Health and Secondary Care.
Three allied health professionals (AHPs) from HRCH and Kingston Hospital Trust and met Minister of Health and Secondary Care, William Quince, at the beginning of September to discuss raising the profile of AHPs to support the recruitment and retention of staff.
AHP career days - 2 and 13 October
Join us on Monday 2 October or Friday 13 October (9.30am – 4.30pm) to meet some of our staff and learn more about allied health professional roles. There will also be an opportunity to shadow some of our AHPs.
Hounslow residents - get your blood pressure checked this week
As part of the national Know Your Numbers Week, which starts on Monday, 4 September, Healthy Hounslow is offering everyone in the borough over 18 the chance to get their blood pressure checked for free.
ULEZ patient reimbursement scheme
As an NHS patient, you may be able to claim a reimbursement for the ULEZ charge if you are clinically assessed as unable to travel to and from an appointment on public transport and meet certain requirements.
Reponse to the Lucy Letby trial
Following the recent conviction of Lucy Letby, our thoughts are with all the families affected, who have suffered unimaginably because of these shocking crimes.
New physiotherapy initiative helps to reduce waiting times and improve patient experience
The Musculoskeletal (MSK) Physiotherapy Service at HRCH has developed a new service improvement initiative, which is helping to reduce waiting times for patients with hip and knee symptoms.
Chief People Officer appointed for HRCH and Kingston Hospital
After 27 years as a Director of Workforce in the NHS – with seven of those years at Kingston Hospital, and almost two years at HRCH – Kelvin Cheatle will be stepping down from his role as Chief People Officer at the end of this year, to allow him to pursue other work interests.