2006

December 2006

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  • Disability Equality Scheme

    New provisions incorporated into the Disability Discrimination Act 2005 came into effect on Monday December 4 2006.

September 2006

30th

  • Foundation Trust application approved

    Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has been licensed as an NHS Foundation Trust from October 1 by the independent regulator Monitor.

5th

  • Welcome home! Traveller completes charity Marco Polo expedition

    A gathering of the 'great and the good' will take place at a special reception on Wednesday 6 September to celebrate the homecoming of Daniel Lillis who journeyed from Venice to China in the footsteps of Marco Polo to raise money for The Children's Hospital Trust Fund at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

August 2006

30th

25th

  • Update on Daniel Lillis travels

    Baroness Cox accompanied Daniel Lillis on a visit to the children's department of the University Hospital in Yerevan as Daniel continued his journey called The Children's Hospital Trust Fund Great Marco Polo Expedition.

22nd

  • Annual General Meeting

    Chelsea and Westminster Healthcare NHS Trust is holding its Annual General Meeting on Thursday, September 7.

13th

  • Following famous footsteps to raise funds

    Daniel Lillis will be following in the footsteps of famous explorer, Marco Polo, as he embarks on a journey from London to Beijing to raise money for The Children's Hospital Trust Fund.

1st

  • Foundation Trust Application deferred

    A decision on Chelsea and Westminster Healthcare NHS Trust’s application to become an NHS Foundation Trust has been deferred by the independent regulator Monitor for a period of up to three months.

July 2006

25th

  • London hospital halves MRSA rate

    The rate of MRSA infections at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital has been reduced by 50% in just 12 months, according to the latest national statistics published by the Health Protection Agency today.

14th

  • Following famous footsteps to raise funds

    Daniel Lillis will be following in the footsteps of infamous explorer, Marco Polo, as he embarks on a journey from London to Beijing to raise money for The Children's Hospital Trust Fund.

June 2006

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May 2006

26th

  • Patients’ verdict—we’re getting better

    The quality of care at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital has significantly improved over the last 12 months according to a major survey of patients published today (Friday May 26).

4th

  • New Non-Executive Director

    Professor Richard Kitney OBE has been appointed as a non-executive director of Chelsea and Westminster Healthcare NHS Trust.

March 2006

31st

  • “Sorted”—news releases

    Today ‘The Vaccinators’, the sexual health superheroes, dressed in their superhero outfits and arriving in their superhero bus, launched the start of the Sorted campaign to encourage gay men to vaccinate against Hepatitis A and B.

30th

  • Barry the bug is back

    ‘Barry the Bug’ is back and this time he’s armed - with alcohol gel and important advice for staff, patients and visitors as part of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital’s Hand Hygiene Awareness Week (3 – 7 April 2005).

28th

23rd

  • Election results for Members' Council

    Hospital patients, staff and members of the local community are due to play an important part in the future of Chelsea and Westminster after being voted onto the hospital’s new Foundation Trust Members’ Council.

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February 2006

28th

  • Make your mark—cast your vote

    Elections have now started for the Members’ Council of Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust—which will ‘go live’ later this year subject to approval from the regulatory body, Monitor.

27th

22nd

  • Stephen Kirby's legacy lives on

    The Stephen Kirby Skin Bank (SKSB) at Queen Mary’s Hospital, has transferred to a national service after 10 years’ pioneering work to patients and clinical teams.

13th

  • International experts tackle a growing cause of deaths in pregnancy

    More than 125,000 women in the UK with congenital heart disease (CHD) are at significant risk of dying during pregnancy, highlights a new report today by a team of leading heart and pregnancy doctors at Royal Brompton & Harefield NHS Trust and Chelsea & Westminster Healthcare NHS Trust.

January 2006

19th

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