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Our services are designed to support people to manage their long term conditions and remain as independent as possible.
We are pledging our support for the Nursing Times Speak Out Safely campaign. This means we want every member of our staff to feel able to raise concerns about wrongdoing or poor practice.
Dr Ranj from kids TV channel CBeebies was on hand to promote our campaign at Westfield Shopping Centre roadshow.
Our chief executive, James Reilly, will be a part of the London Health Commission - an independent inquiry set up to review healthcare in the capital.
Three of our colleagues were this week announced on the Health Service Journal's black and minority ethnic (BME) pioneers list which celebrates the impact they are having on health.
October was Black History Month and to coincide with the campaign we held a diverse leadership event.
Every year NHS Trusts have to publish a quality account which highlights what we have done to improve the safety and effectiveness of our services and how we have enhanced the experience of our patients.
Our customer service team is here to inform, support and signpost you through our services - and can assist you if you wish to raise a concern or complaint.