Miklos Kiss

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Our community’s support for Mildmay Hospital has been amazing

And long may it continue!Here’s our Clinical Lead Nurse taking delivery of some donated PPE from Joyce Qian, Diana Jarrett and Joy Zhou. Thank you so much! Please donate to their JustGiving page​ so they can continue their invaluable work. ​ We could not have managed without these voluntary donations – particularly from London’s Chinese Communities, whose […]

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Mildmay is recruiting: Night Security Officers & Estates & Facilities Assistant

We are looking for excellent candidates for 2 roles. For more information, see our Jobs page Estates & Facilities Assistant (one year – extendable). £21,168 – £24,052 per annum inclusive. 37.5 hours per week. CLOSING DATE: 20 June 2020. We are looking for an enthusiastic, well-motivated and hardworking Estates & Facilities Assistant to join our small Estates & Facilities […]

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Mildmay is recruiting a Lead Physiotherapist

Lead Physiotherapist – Fixed-term (one year – extendable)£45,780 – £51,393 inclusive per annum 37.5 hours per week CLOSING DATE: 20 June 2020 Mildmay Mission Hospital is at the forefront of care and development of services in relation to complex HIV related conditions for patients across the UK and step-down care for Homeless patients across London. We are looking for […]

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Mildmay is recruiting an Admissions & Discharge Co-ordinator

Admissions & Discharge Co-ordinator£37,638 – £44,780 per annum inclusive37.5 hours per week CLOSING DATE: 20 June 2020 ​Job description updated: 01 June 2020: ​As a first point of contact into Mildmay Mission Hospital, the post is one of the key faces of the organisation and the expectation is to provide excellent customer care to referrers, commissioners, patients and […]

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More donations from the wonderful Chinese Community in London

Pictured is our Chief Executive Geoff Coleman, looking delighted to receive another donation of PPE (masks and visors) from the F&F Charitable Association and Blazing Youth Community. This is  the latest of several donations of equipment that we have received from this group.The Chinese Community in London has been exceptionally generous in supporting us and other […]

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We are recruiting a Housing Officer

£31,878 – £42,046 pro rata per annum, inclusive30 hrs per weekClosing date: 29 May 2020 The purpose of the Mildmay Housing Worker role is to improve the quality of care for homeless hospital patients through specialist advocacy, support, and quality discharge interventions. As a key part of a multi-disciplinary service, the role aims to help patients to […]

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World War Two heroine – our very own Helen Taylor Thompson

To mark VE Day, the Hackney Gazette recently featured the Second World War experiences of Helen Taylor Thompson, who, as Chair of the Trustee Board, saved the hospital from closure and helped secure its future as a leading HIV/AIDS hospice and later as a specialist hospital for the treatment, assessment and rehabilitation for people with […]

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Make and donate scrubs – all you need to know

We are overwhelmed by the kindness and generosity of people giving over their time to making clinical garments for our staff during the COVID-19 pandemic. PPE is in short supply, and these volunteer seamstresses (and seamsters?) have been a real lifeline.We are very grateful for any items you can make, and below you will find the […]

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Another batch of kindly donated and much-needed scrubs

We give a big thank you to Kim and her sister from Ditchley Park and the Charlbury Sewing Group, for donating some fantastic handmade scrubs to Mildmay.

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Tell us your story about being a patient at Mildmay

Do you or someone you know, have a story of a Mildmay experience (from any era) that you would like to share?Please let us know. Mildmay has been caring for people since the 1860s and in that time tens of thousands of people have passed through our doors and each one of them had their […]

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