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Safari children’s ward staff go the extra mile

During this period of heavy snow and transport disruption, nurses on Safari children’s ward at Queen Elizabeth Hospital have been sleeping in the hospital overnight to ensure they are there for their shifts in the morning. They stay in empty patient rooms or on the assessment unit – and will even sleep on trolleys if there aren’t any beds!

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Official opening of £750,000 health facility at Queen Elizabeth Hospital

A new, dedicated £750,000 health facility that will help manage the demand for emergency services and winter pressures has been officially opened at Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH), Greenwich. The new “ambulatory care unit” has been developed as part of a major emergency care improvement programme by Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust

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