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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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Hackney Gazette today features Helen Taylor Thompson’s obituary

On the afternoon of Helen Taylor Thompson’s funeral, which was streamed online so family, friends, supporters and well wishers who could not attend in person could do so virtually, the Hackney Gazette has published an obituary of this wonderful person. Read it here

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Book of condolence for Helen Taylor Thompson, 1924-2020

Book of condolence and remembranceHelen Margaret Taylor Thompson (MD Hons), OBE, (nee Laurie-Walker)7 August 1924 – 6 September 2020 Please leave your message of condolence and any special memories you would like to share in the online book of condolence at Education Saves Lives, the charity which Helen founded. Book of condolence

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Infection Prevention and Control Inspection

We are delighted to report that Mildmay passed it’s latest Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) inspection with flying colours.The Care Quality Commission requires that Mildmay Hospital, like all healthcare settings, undergoes regular IPC inspections. These inspections help us maintain our ‘Outstanding’ rating.Well done to our Clinical Team, who are always outstanding. The Lead IPC nurse […]

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The funeral of Helen Taylor Thompson MD (Hons), OBE

The funeral of the great Helen Taylor Thompson will take place this Wednesday 23 September 2020 at 2pm. The Service will be shown live on YouTube: https://youtu.be/aj4l5Mvd6bg . You can also download an amended copy of the order of service here. There will be a Memorial Service for Helen at St Paul’s Cathedral in the early […]

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IMPORTANT UPDATE: Our guidelines for visiting patients has changed

Because of the prevailing situation of increasing numbers of COVID-19 patients both across London and nationally, Mildmay cannot arrange further visiting of patients beyond Wednesday 23 September 2020.It is our hope that we can decide to continue allowing patient visits but this will be reviewed on a weekly, and if necessary, daily basis. Thank you for […]

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The All-Party Parliamentary Group on HIV & AIDS is recruiting a Policy Advisor

The All-Party Parliamentary Group on HIV & AIDS is recruiting a Policy AdvisorThrough their work in Parliament, the All-Party Parliamentary Group on HIV/AIDS works to ensure that all people living with HIV are able to access to affordable medicines and a decent quality of life, free from stigma, discrimination and fear. Closing Date: 30 September […]

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Happy Birthday Harry

The Duke of Sussex turns 36 today. Wishing you a very happy birthday Harry.We remember with great fondness the day in December 2015 you came to open Mildmay’s new hospital building.

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An endorsement of our Homeless Pathway from a former patient

It’s great to read this endorsement of our Homeless Pathway from one of our former patients on Twitter, via the Latch Project.

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