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Download Our New Legacy Information Leaflet

Choosing to leave a gift to Mildmay in your Will is a great way to support us.But did you know that over two-thirds of people in the UK die without even making a Will?Yet income from legacies is one of the most important sources of funding for charities in the UK.Our legacy page provides all […]

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Top of our Wish List: A New ECG Machine

An ECG (electrocardiogram) is quite a simple test that can produce important diagnostics.It is used to check a patient’s heart rhythm and electrical activity. Sensors attached to the skin are used to detect the electrical signals produced by a person’s heart each time it beats. These signals are recorded by the ECG machine and are […]

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Elective student placements at Mildmay

Occupational Therapy student Rebekah, studying at London South Bank University, finishes her placement at Mildmay today.Camilla, our Lead Occupational Therapist (left) says. “a successful learning experience on both sides. Especially delighted with its success given that it was arranged at the last minute when a placement fell through.”Sometimes the best experiences come unexpectedly! Elective placements […]

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A heartfelt thank you from Geoff Coleman, Mildmay’s Chief Executive

January 2021 update from our Chief Executive:Dear Mildmay Supporters, This winter has been one of enormous challenges for every hospital in London and across the country. At Mildmay Mission Hospital, we have seen record numbers of admissions, above the previous records set in April last year. But the number of COVID referrals seems to have reached […]

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“National Audit Office said number of people needing shelter was eight times greater than thought”

Mildmay continues to provide it’s unique Homeless and Covid-Care Pathways for London’s homeless and rough sleeping population. However, there are concerns that the homeless population is much greater than thought.”Officials working on the Everyone In scheme to find accommodation for those at risk of being left on the street relied on a survey which found […]

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A big pre-Christmas shout out to Mildmay’s Nursing Team

Nurse Adejoke (pictured) exemplifies our nursing team’s values and behaviours, which guide the way they behave, individually and together, and give them a firm foundation to promote excellence in nursing for the benefit of the public. It has, of course, been a difficult year for everyone worldwide, but as it draws to a close, we […]

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Occupational therapy news

Our Lead Occupational Therapist didn’t ever have a paper round, until now!Providing patients with access to a daily newspaper can be an important part of rehabilitation, so every day, they bring in newspapers to the hospital for our patients. Camilla, who has been with Mildmay for over 24 years, says, “for an inpatient, every day can […]

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Christmas 2020 appeal: Presents for Patients

We need your help to bring our patients a little Christmas cheer. Click here to donate now Every year, Mildmay hospital has many patients who are unable to go home for Christmas. This year, not only are we caring for vulnerable patients with HIV, but also people who are homeless or rough sleeping – some […]

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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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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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