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Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust is among one of the first 100 NHS hospitals to sign up to “John’s Campaign”, a new initiative which includes giving the relatives or carers of those living with dementia the right to stay with them in hospital.
As part of National HIV Testing Week, Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust will be piloting an HIV Testing initiative at University Hospital Lewisham. Between 23 – 29 November, all people over the age of 16 who attend A&E and need a blood test as part of their care will be offered an HIV test.
Two senior neonatal nurses at Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust have been appointed as lead nurses for the London Neonatal Operational Delivery Network.
Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust was formed on 1st October 2013.
The Trust is responsible for services at Lewisham Hospital and Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Greenwich, as well as a range of NHS community services in Lewisham and some services at Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup.
High Street, Lewisham
London, SE13 6LH
T: 020 8333 3000
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Stadium Rd, Greenwich
London, SE18 4QH
T: 020 8836 6000
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Queen Mary's Hospital
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