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Professor Andrew Goddard

President of the Royal College of Physicians visits Broomfield

The president of the Royal College of Physicians, Professor Andrew Goddard, visited Broomfield for a special grand round at the Medical Academic Unit. 

Carlos Silva, Louise Ratty, Dr James Orpin and Ana Mota from the HooH team

Hospital out of Hours goes live

The new Hospital out of Hours (HooH) service has launched. It aims to provide a safer and more effective way of delivering care at night, weekends and on bank holidays.

Carers group

New Carers Group launched at Mid Essex

A new group has been established to strengthen the relationship between patients’ carers and the hospital. 

Research board round

How Research and Development are pioneering patient treatments  

Clinical trials are crucial in pioneering new treatments for patients. At MEHT, this work is led by Research and Development, who currently have over 60 studies ongoing within the Trust.

Colposcopy team

“Get your smear done. It could save your life”  

It’s Cervical Screening Awareness Week and Susannah Cotter, advanced nurse practitioner in Broomfield’s Colposcopy team, is urging women to make sure they have a regular smear test.

Holly and Pulse

Thank you to our fantastic volunteers  

Volunteers’ Week gives us the chance to say a big 'thank you' for the fantastic and invaluable contribution our volunteers make, supporting staff at our hospitals every day in many, many different ways.

Inspirational volunteers at Basildon Pictured L-R Nigel Beverly, Chairman; volunteer May West; Andrew Pike, Managing Director; volunteer Patrick Lockhart

MSE group hospitals celebrate amazing volunteers  

Mid and South Essex Hospital’s group is celebrating the amazing difference volunteers make to patients every day during this year’s national volunteers week, which runs from 1-7 June, and telling people about all the fantastic volunteering opportunities.

Dirty God

From Broomfield to the Big Screen: Healthcare assistant Vicky stars in new film 

Vicky Knight was eight years old when she was badly burned in a pub fire. Her two cousins and the man who saved her died. Now 23, and working as a healthcare assistant at Broomfield Hospital, she is the star of the new feature film Dirty God which is released this Friday (7 June).