We first heard about Albert (Bert) Miller when his daughter, Phyllis, contacted us. She had seen that we were asking for photos and stories from former staff and patients on our website and wanted to share the photos her father had saved from a skip outside Mildmay. Her husband Stan sent over the photos, and told us some of Bert’s story, not only of his 30-year association with Mildmay, but his incredible life up to then as well. A life very much interlinked with the history
We are delighted to share the news that our volunteer Chaplain, Father Jide Macaulay, was ordained as an Anglican priest at St Margaret’s Church Leytonstone, this Saturday just past. The Priests of St Margaret Church Leytonstone Mildmay’s Chief Executive, Geoff Coleman, says, “Mildmay is blessed with a team of dedicated chaplains who play an important part in the work of the hospital and the wider charity. Without this team, of which Jide is an important part we would not be
We are delighted to report that Mildmay passed it’s latest Infection Prevention and Control (IPC) inspection with flying colours. The Care Quality Commission requires that Mildmay Hospital, like all healthcare settings, undergoes regular IPC inspections. These inspections help us maintain our ‘Outstanding‘ rating. Well done to our Clinical Team, who are always outstanding. The Lead IPC nurse was impressed with our practices. The hospital building is clean and well maintained
The funeral of the great Helen Taylor Thompson will take place this Wednesday 23 September 2020 at 2pm. The Service will be shown live on YouTube: https://youtu.be/aj4l5Mvd6bg . You can also download an amended copy of the order of service here. There will be a Memorial Service for Helen at St Paul’s Cathedral in the early part of July next year and we will post details of the Service when they are available.
Because of the prevailing situation of increasing numbers of COVID-19 patients both across London and nationally, Mildmay cannot arrange further visiting of patients beyond Wednesday 23 September 2020. It is our hope that we can decide to continue allowing patient visits but this will be reviewed on a weekly, and if necessary, daily basis. Thank you for your understanding and support. Photo by Glen Carrie