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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.

Custom-built robot could help people living with eye disease

Experts at King’s College Hospital and King’s College London are using robot radiotherapy to improve patients’ experience while also reducing cost

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