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This section gives you the latest news about our work and achievements. It also provides guidance and contact details for media enquiries.

Rail strikes – information for patients

We plan to run all patient services as normal during the planned industrial action this week

COVID-19: Stories from the frontline

20 April 2020 - We hear from Revd Alfred Banya, Lead Chaplain, who tells us how the Chaplaincy are providing pastoral and spiritual support during this difficult time

COVID-19: Donations

16 April 2020 - Thank you for your continued generosity and support

COVID-19: Stories from the frontline

16 April 2020 - Gavin Shields, Associate Director of Nursing for Mental Health, shares his experiences

COVID-19: Stories from the frontline

07 April 2020 - Sarah Dheansa, Acting Head of Nursing for Neurosciences, shares her experiences

Information for King’s staff on COVID-19

20 March 2020 - Details for colleagues who are currently overseas or self-isolating and cannot access the intranet

King’s responds to coronavirus

13 March 2020 - Details on patient services, visiting restrictions and infection control procedures

Public board meeting

12 March 2020 - Members of the public can attend today’s Board meeting by dialling in

King’s appoints Deputy Group Chief Executive and Site CEO

28 February 2020 - John Palmer appointed to newly created role

Dulwich resident calls on four-legged volunteers

21 February 2020 - Can your dog volunteer at King's?

Patient plays violin while surgeons remove brain tumour

18 February 2020 - The novel approach was taken to preserve vital areas of violinist’s brain

Resurfacing works at the PRUH

16 January 2020 - Works will take place at the Princess Royal University Hospital (PRUH) from Sunday 19 January to Friday 31 January

King’s surgeon takes up leadership role

15 January 2020 - Mr Rob Bentley has commenced his Presidency of the British Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons

King’s patients first in UK to use new insulin system

08 January 2020 - The new pump is being used by patients with type 1 diabetes