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Our Chairman, the Very Rev John Richardson, pays tribute to Helen Taylor Thompson

I first met Helen Taylor Thompson in 1999, when she was President of Mildmay, and I was beginning my own involvement with the charity.For the next twenty years that relationship blossomed, as together, we examined both old and novel ideas for taking Mildmay forward.Her incredible determination, strong character, generosity and prayerfulness were the very foundation […]

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Helen Taylor Thompson OBE, 1924-2020

“It is with sadness that I have to pass on the news that Helen Taylor Thompson OBE, our former President and Chairperson, passed away early this morning. Helen led a life of service and dedication. She achieved so much, often in the face of impossible odds.  There will be much said over the coming days and weeks […]

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Mildmay’s new COVID-Care Pathway

Strongly linked to our Homeless Pathway, Mildmay’s COVID-Care Pathway for people who are homeless is providing additional specialist services during the COVID-19 pandemic.Since 22 June 2020, Mildmay Hospital has been designated as London’s primary facility for homeless COVID-19 patients not in need of intensive care, having taken over from the London COVID CARE Centre (now […]

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Just published, a Paper authored by our Medical Director Dr Simon Rackstraw, Lead Occupational Therapist Dr Camilla Hawkins, et al

The aim of this paper is to discuss the strategies that have been used in cognitive and neurologic rehabilitation in people living with human immunodeficiency virus (PLWH).Cognitive impairment leading to disability is increasingly seen in PLWH. Rehabilitation can alleviate the effects of cognitive impairment upon function. Cognitive impairment is still prevalent in PLWH in the cART […]

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Mildmay Hospital’s Quality Account 2019-2020

Mildmay Mission Hospital is delighted to present our Quality Account for 2019-20.It’s an important way for Mildmay to report on the quality and improvements in the services we deliver to local communities and stakeholders. Download it here

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Impact Report 2019

We are pleased to publish our impact report for 2019. with an introduction by our new president Lord Norman Fowler. Download it here Norman Fowler, who was Secretary of State for Health and Social Services from 1981 to 1987, is a passionate advocate for people living with HIV/AIDS, and took a bold approach to confront […]

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Mildmay is recruiting a Housing Officer

Mildmay is recruiting a Housing Officer to support our Homeless Pathway. £31,878 – £42,046 pro-rata annum Inclusive (fixed Term – one year) 30 hrs per week Find out more

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Latest: Mildmay has been granted a contract extension

NHS bosses have granted Mildmay another temporary extension to our contract to treat homeless patients referred from hospitals across London.It is hoped that the contract will run through the winter to the 31 March 2021, pending a review in November 2020.So not only will we care for HIV patients as we always have done, but we […]

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A message of thanks from the Chair of our Trustees (video)

A brief message in the form of a video from the Chair of our Trustees, The Very Revd John Richardson. We await with great anticipation the news of whether we will have the contract for our homeless pathway renewed at the end of the month. Most of the Local Authorities and NHS Commissioners that we […]

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Mildmay takes delivery of much-needed new hospital beds

Earlier this week, Mildmay Hospital took delivery of four new hospital beds, which are urgently needed to cope with the influx of new patients resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic.The beds arrived in this truck.One of the new beds being taken to a patient room.Mildmay is now caring for patients with HIV-related neurological conditions – as […]

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