Miklos Kiss

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Tower Hamlets is No Place For Hate

Mildmay Mission Hospital is proud to have signed up to the London Borough of Tower Hamlets No Place For Hate Campaign, which aims to send clear and consistent messages that hate will not be tolerated in our borough.This goes beyond a media campaign to encourage positive messages of One Tower Hamlets but also aims to […]

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A photograph of Mildmay Mission Hospital during the Second World War

We have been kindly sent this photograph of Mildmay taken during the Second World War (there isn’t any tape in the windows so it’s possible it was just after), to add to our archive. The Nissen huts in the foreground were, we believe, used as additional ward space. Do please let us know if you know […]

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Rough sleeping homeless

Rough sleepers in UK will die without government action, doctors warn (Guardian article)

This article in the Guardian from 8 October, 2020 highlights the lack of safe accomodation for rough sleepers as winter approaches.This is a situation that needs urgent action from the government. Read the article on the Guardian website

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October 2020 update from Mildmay’s Chief Executive

Dear Mildmay Supporters,I am writing to bring you up to date on what has been happening at Mildmay Hospital this year, at a time of pivotal change for our Charity. The key drivers for this change have been the advances made in both HIV prevention and treatment, with some reports suggesting that onward transmission of […]

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Our President, The Right Hon Lord Fowler pays tribute to Helen Taylor Thompson

“I was saddened to hear the news of Helen’s passing. Helen was an amazing woman, I remember her work with Mildmay well – dedicated and driven. She led a fascinating and full life, rightly earning her spot in the BBC’s 100 women who have made an impact list.  Her legacy will of course live on […]

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Mildmay’s President shows us all how to stay safe

We couldn’t resist reproducing this Tweet by our President, Norman Fowler, as he goes about his duties. “Wearing a face covering while moving about Parliament is another simple way to help keep everyone safe. I’d strongly encourage everyone to do so.” Hear, hear.

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COVID-19 and HIV – a new report by the All Party Parliamentary Group on HIV/AIDS

The All-Party Parliamentary Group (APPG) on HIV and AIDS — which counts over 150 MPs and peers as members — recently published its report on the impact of COVID-19 on HIV prevention and treatment.The report states that “Since the easing of lockdown, major concerns remain that BAME communities are disproportionately impacted by COVID-19, HIV and […]

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24 years at Mildmay and still going strong

This week we pay tribute to a very long-standing member of staff, Dr Camilla Hawkins, who this September, celebrated an amazing 24 years of dedication and commitment to Mildmay Mission Hospital.It is appropriate that we acknowledge the massive contribution that Camilla has made to the Hospital and the hundreds of patients she has worked with […]

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Albert Miller’s story

We first heard about Albert (Bert) Miller when his daughter, Phyllis, contacted us. She had seen that we were asking for photos and stories from former staff and patients on our website and wanted to share the photos her father had saved from a skip outside Mildmay. Her husband Stan sent over the photos, and […]

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Volunteer Chaplain Father Jide Macaulay ordained as a priest in the Church of England

We are delighted to share the news that our volunteer Chaplain, Father Jide Macaulay, was ordained as an Anglican priest at St Margaret’s Church Leytonstone, this Saturday just past.The Priests of St Margaret Church LeytonstoneMildmay’s Chief Executive, Geoff Coleman, says, “Mildmay is blessed with a team of dedicated chaplains who play an important part in […]

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