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A professor known as the ‘virtual surgeon’ at the Royal London Hospital for using technology to share surgical knowledge has been chosen to represent London in Parliamentary awards for the NHS 70th birthday bash.

Lack of any safety inspection and the wrong type of wood used for the play equipment killed five-year-old Alexia Walenkaki in a children’s playground at Mile End Park, an inquest has heard.

A surgeon at the Royal London Hospital who treated victims of the London Bridge terrorist attack has received the ‘hero doctor’ accolade in awards celebrating the 70th birthday of the NHS.

A young man left with permanent brain damage after being knocked down as a child in Poplar has received a £19 million settlement — 15 years after he was injured.

Emma Brown threw herself out of a plane 15,000 feet up in the air as a gesture for her brother who was stabbed to death in Bethnal Green.

Police have launched a witness appeal today following the attack on a Tower Hamlets election candidate distributing leaflets in Wapping.

Ambitious plans to turn the ‘back yard’ of the old London Hospital into Whitechapel’s prestigious ‘London Square ’ are going on public show.

Julie Lister has had a hysterectomy under the knife of a robot ‘surgeon’ at the Royal London Hospital without any pain and was back at home in Plaistow the next day—and doing fine.

An urgent call on all rival politicians in the Tower Hamlets council election to ask supporters to “behave ethically” has been made following an attack on a candidate for Lutfur Rahman’s Aspire party who was beaten up on the campaign doorstep.

A prestigious health service ‘A’ list has recognised the Royal London Hospital’s Alwen Williams as one of the top 10 NHS chief executives in the country.

Nurses and doctors are using a new app on their smartphones at the Royal London Hospital to check medical care on their wards.

Planning permission has been given to turn the former iconic London Hospital in Whitechapel into a new £105m ‘super’ town hall complex.

No criminal charges are likely over a five-year-old girl killed when a swing frame collapsed in a children’s playground—despite Tower Hamlets Council “breaching its duty of care”, the mother has been told this week.

The Royal London Hospital have opened two dementia friendly tea rooms and two garden rooms to help patients with recovery.

Shoppers paying for carrier bags at the supermarket have spent enough to donate £3,800 to help homeless patients at the Royal London Hospital get through winter.

The contract for Tower Hamlets’ £105 million town hall has been handed to construction company Bouygues UK.

Gardener’s World TV presenter Mark Lane is helping a new community garden project in Whitechapel used for health rehabilitation after his own recovery from a car smash.

Pregnant women in Tower Hamlets are set to benefit from a new home birth service.

Tiny Sofia Shelock would probably have got a ‘gold’ if she hadn’t been pipped at the post in the race to be the first born in Britain in 2018.

The sister of Russell Brown who was stabbed to death at a party in Bethnal Green is undertaking a daring tandem skydive to raise funds and say ‘thank-you’ to London’s Air Ambulance team from Whitechapel who tried to save him.

Little Navie May Fuller couldn’t wait to get into the world and made a dash for it just four hours into the New Year.

The sign was on the wall for Bruce Davidson to quit smoking and get back into health with a New Year public campaign by Tower Hamlets Council to tackle east London’s high rates of heart disease.

A father-of-two diagnosed with haemophilia when he was two-years-old has been given the best Christmas present ever by medical researchers in Whitechapel who appear to have found a breakthrough cure.

Shopkeepers in Tower Hamlets are being urged to ban the sale of acid or corrosive household products over the counter to customers under 18 or without proper proof of identity.

A new way of testing the DNA of unborn babies has been started in east London to help pregnant women get the right hospital care and avoid unnecessary jabs for antibody treatment.

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