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This Is For You, If You Donate By Standing Order

We wanted to give a huge thank you to our amazing donors who have set up standing orders in order to help Mildmay by donating regularly each month.Collectively, your donations amount to tens of thousands of pounds over the course of every year and this support is invaluable in helping to fund our work both overseas […]

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The Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation gives its support to Mildmay

We are immensely grateful to the Trustees of the Ernest Hecht Charitable Foundation for their recent grant to Mildmay Mission Hospital.In view of the coronavirus pandemic’s dramatic impact on the fundraising income of so many charities, the Trustees met recently to consider the possibility of further funding to charities with whom the Foundation has had a […]

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ECG Machine

A new ECG machine for Mildmay Hospital

We are delighted to have recently taken delivery of a new and much-needed ECG machine to replace older equipment. This purchase was made from our charitable reserves, but we need your help to buy a second machine.To find out more and make a donation, follow this link: Find out more and donate

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Another temporary extension

Mildmay Mission Hospital is now going through its long-awaited review of the Step-Down Homeless Medical Care Pathway pilot that it has run over the past year with homeless patients stepped down from London’s NHS acute hospitals during the pandemic.We have achieved some fantastic outcomes for a large group of patients, and we are confident that […]

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healthy london partnership award march 2021

Healthy London Partnership win for Homeless COVID-19 Response

Congratulations to the Healthy London Partnership on last night’s win at the Health Service Journal Awards for their London Homeless Health Response to Covid-19. The judges said the project had important lessons for other parts of the NHS. Healthy London Partnership has been coordinating the London COVID-19 Homeless Health Response Cell, as a multi-agency approach […]

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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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