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Campaigners set up a mock immigration checkpoint outside the Barts Health Trust AGM at Mile End Hospital yesterday and demanded an end to immigration checks for patients.

Campaigners are to set up a mock immigration checkpoint outside the Barts Health Trust AGM at Mile End Hospital today, in protest at immigration checks and charging of overseas visitors.

The local Brexit Commission launched by Tower Hamlets Council today is starting off with the mayor wanting another referendum.

An ex-police officer now retired and confined to a wheelchair through ill health is one of nearly 400 NHS patients who have been switched to personal healthcare budgets by Tower Hamlets GPs.

Doctors, nurses and families across east London are urging people to talk about organ donation as part of UK Organ Donation Week.

Letters, contributions and comments sent in to the Advertiser this week.

A new device to help Type 1 diabetics monitor their glucose levels without having to go through blood tests with needles is now available on the NHS after its approval by Tower Hamlets GPs’ commissioning group.

A big-hearted big brother who cares for his little sister with a rare disease persuaded his school in Wapping to hold a fundraising day for a charity that helps children with liver conditions.

A dreary, clinical area at the new Royal London Hospital in Whitechapel has now been turned into the first A&E room in Britain with artwork created for people with mental health conditions.

A fun festival for school pupils interested in science and medicine careers held at Mile End had experiments like a meter testing their lung capacity and equipment measuring their heart size.

Mile End Hospital joined in the celebrations for the NHS’ seventieth birthday last week.

Key witnesses in the Island Health funding controversy have been interviewed since the Charity Commission began its investigation seven months ago into the way the organisation operates, it has emerged.

The government has come under fire by Tower Hamlets Council for “threatening the future of the NHS” on its 70th anniversary by failing to give enough cash to meet its needs.

A nurse who raped a patient at an east London hospital was today sentenced to 15 years behind bars.

A leading campaigner for a state health service was the radical Mayor of Poplar who in 1921 would rather go to prison in Great Rent Strike than have the polltax of his day forced on the East London’s poor.

As part of their 70th anniversary celebrations the NHS are taking on the Royal Navy in a friendly hockey match at Lee Valley Hockey and Tennis Centre on Thursday, June 28.

A hospital has changed the way it carries out post-surgical care following the death of a man after a routine operation.

An east London mental health trust has retained its ‘outstanding’ CQC rating.

There has been a drop in the number of women in Tower Hamlets being screened for cervical cancer, according to NHS data.

Potentially life-saving breast cancer screening appointments for women in Tower Hamlets have been delayed due to a shortage of staff to carry out the service.

The boss of a mental health trust who guided it to an ‘outstanding’ CQC rating has been recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours.

Low paid NHS workers employed by an outsourcing giant at the NHS trust which runs Royal London Hospital today held a series of lunchtime protests over pay.

More than 275,000 people are battling high blood pressure across east London, and last month saw health agencies across the capital unite to take part in May Measurement Month to try to tackle the problem.

The 30-year-old was at the O’s again on Sunday to support Errol McKellar and Martin Ling’s ‘Big Match, Big Cause’ event and discussed the importance of talking

The first ‘Freedom of the Borough’ of the 21st century given by Tower Hamlets Council has been awarded to Commander John Ludgate as former as Deputy Lieutenant who escorted the Royal family on visits to London’s East End for 22 years.

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