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Daily Mirror article: Mildmay’s care for the homeless with COVID-19

The Daily Mirror yesterday featured Mildmay Hospital and it’s role as the capital’s primary facility for homeless COVID-19 patients not in need of intensive care. Find the article here: “HIV hospital that Princess Diana visited now treating homeless coronavirus patients” We wrote about this in our previous post: Mildmay takes over as London’s primary facility […]

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Mildmay takes over as London’s primary facility for homeless COVID-19 patients not requiring intensive care

In an important development during the COVID-19 pandemic, Mildmay Hospital today became the capital’s primary facility for homeless COVID-19 patients not in need of intensive care, taking over from the London COVID CARE Centre. Coordinated by the Homeless Health Operations Centre and staffed by the Healthy London Partnership, the Centre was closed as the numbers of COVID-positive […]

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Some lovely feedback from a patient being discharged today

Today we are delighted to be discharging ‘C’, a COVID-19 patient – who is also homeless – who has has been at Mildmay since the end of March.Despite being stepped-down* to Mildmay, ‘C’s recovery has been protracted as a result of other health complications. However, ‘C’ has now fully recovered and is ready to take […]

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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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Hackney Gazette article on Mildmay admitting COVID-19 patients who are homeless

The Hackney Gazette’s article about how, despite our future still being insecure, we are taking in homeless Covid-19 patients to free up beds in NHS hospitals. We are gearing up to be at full capacity, doing all we can to play our part in the #COVID-19 National Emergency.

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