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A hospital trust has been praised by health secretary Jeremy Hunt in a report focusing on the significant improvements it has made.

A young cancer survivor from Ilford is sharing self-care tips for fellow cancer sufferers in a series of candid videos.

Sadiq Khan claimed the decision facing Redbridge’s voters on Thursday was a “no-brainer” for people who care about the NHS on a visit to King George Hospital yesterday.

Redbridge’s NHS trust managed to avoid the worst effects of Friday’s cyber attack by taking systems offline immediately, the Recorder can reveal.

In the wake of Friday’s cyber attack on the NHS, Redbridge’s health trust is urging patients to only visit A&E in real emergencies.

Despite this being called the Brexit election, in Ilford North a lot of the issues are closer to home – including the future of King George Hospital’s A&E.

The main A&E department which serves Redbridge has been given £1million from the Department of Health (DoH), to continue a pioneering project to cut waiting times.

I have campaigned to defend local NHS services at King George Hospital since 2006.

I am more confident than ever we can save King George A&E

More than a thousand campaigners young and old marched to Redbridge Town Hall on Saturday to show their support for King George Hospital’s A&E.

Party poppers, cheers of joy and some celebratory cake were all part of today’s proceedings as the hospital trust welcomed the news of coming out of special measures.

The health secretary sent a special video to King George Hospital staff, praising its trust for becoming the first in London to come out of special measures.

Families with critically ill relatives in intensive care, are able to keep patients updated with family events thanks to a simple but innovative idea.

The trust governing King George and Queen’s Hospital failed to hit the government’s A&E waiting time targets in December, according to data released yesterday.

Last week, the Recorder received a behind-the-scenes tour of one of the A&Es run by the trust responsible for Redbridge’s healthcare services.

While many residents in the borough were ringing in 2017 with a few drinks or a takeaway in front of the TV, nearly a dozen women were in labour getting ready to welcome a new addition into their families.

A schoolboy has been convicted for holding back a 13-year-old while his brother stabbed him in the face with a broken bottle.

A volunteer radio station has returned to a hospital a year after its studio flooded, causing thousands of pounds worth of damage.

A dad admits he is “still in shock” after being sprayed with noxious liquid while delivering pizza.

King George Hospital is to receive a funding boost thanks to reality TV star Stacey Solomon.

After he broke his wrist in an accident at school, 16-year-old Laurence Wilson asked the surgeon who operated on him for work experience.

Junior doctors are proposing further all-out strikes which will see them walk out from 12 to 16 September, between 8am and 5pm, with more industrial action expected to follow.

A cancer survivor who wrote a book about her experience wants to inspire others to “hold on to life” while battling the disease.

Staff sick days at the borough’s two health trusts have gone down over the past year – but both remain in the top five highest in the region.

Junior doctors and medical students in England, who are members of the British Medical Association, have rejected a new contract agreement with the government.

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