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An opportunity has become available for an innovative, technically adept electrical engineer to join our estates team at the Royal Free Hospital. Be part of a team delivering excellence.
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Royal Free London Jun 24
Replying to @RaviBarodUrol
Huge thanks to for helping to organise this event!
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Royal Free London Jun 24
Test drive our surgical robot and celebrate five years of robotic surgery at the Royal Free London this Thursday!
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Royal Free London Jun 24
We're looking for a highly motivated, experienced consultant to join our breast and acute oncology team. Be part of our team delivering
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Royal Free London Jun 21
Replying to @Lynseym247
We're sorry to hear about your experience. Please DM us your MRN, full name and D.O.B., as well as the service area you're dealing with. We'll pass it on to the relevant service. You can also get in touch with our PALS department, who may be able to help.
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Royal Free Charity Jun 21
Thank you to everyone who came to Walk for Wards this year to support the Royal Free, Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals! What started out as a rainy morning ended with brilliant sunshine! Have a look at more photos on our Facebook page 😊
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Public Health England Jun 21
It’s National Breastfeeding Celebration Week! With all the great stories going around, it’s important to remember that it can take a while to feel confident about breastfeeding. If you need any support, don’t be afraid to get help:
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Royal Free London Jun 21
Replying to @MollieeDalee
Thank you, . We will pass on your message. 💙
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Royal Free London Jun 20
(2/2) Our PILs are intended to supplement the verbal advice provided by the clinical team, and do not intend to replace this.
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Royal Free London Jun 20
(1/2) @Deesusannel We have just completed the review of our out-patient hysteroscopy PIL and will be adopting the RCOG leaflet going forward. Before carrying out any procedure our clinical teams always discuss this in detail with patients.
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Robbie Duschinsky Jun 18
Incredibly grateful to for outstanding care and support today and through my wife's pregnancy so far. We felt really well looked after by staff, who have gone the extra mile every time to help us.
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Tara Sood Jun 19
Wednesday morning Multidisciplinary ED simulation with the wonderful Dr Barry and
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Tracey Tisley Jun 19
Here’s a pic of ‘blinged up’ stand at the Open Day just for you &
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Royal Free London Jun 20
A great meeting yesterday of our champions, who discussed how they can work to support staff in their roles as champions, how they can increase their visibility and how they can encourage more staff to become champions.
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RFH Catering Jun 20
What an honor and lots of fun it was to have with us today in on our busy 🥰🥰🥰🥰🥰
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Rakhee Prema Jun 20
Thank you for coming to Edgware, looking forward to the next briefing at Edgware Community Hospital
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Royal Free London Jun 20
Curry day in the Royal Free Hospital restaurant is always popular but especially when served by Caroline Clarke who's catching up with staff and patients over poppadoms and pilau rice
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Royal Free London Jun 20
A lively morning at Edgware Community Hospital hosting Caroline Clarke's briefing session, where she updated staff on what's happening at our trust and spoke with staff about what matters to them.
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Royal Free London Jun 19
Our podiatry team are today celebrating a year since the launch of their seven-day specialist foot care service! It means all diabetes patients attending A&E can be seen rapidly by the team, which reduces amputation rates. Here is a picture of the lovely team :-)
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