This Disability History Month (18 November – 18 December) the focus has turned to non-visible disabilities. Staff at Royal Brompton and Harefield hospitals have shared on camera – some for the first time – their experiences of living with a non-visible condition – an impairment that is not immediately obvious to others. The first film in the series – launched today on the International Day of Disabled Persons – introduces Camilla Mills and Ras Kahai. Watch the film
After nearly five years of planning, designing and building, the Royal Brompton Diagnostic Centre (formerly known as the Imaging Centre) is entering the final stages of completion after being officially handed over to the Trust by main contractor, Kier, as construction has now completed. The imaging facilities offered at Royal Brompton and Harefield provide cutting edge services to help diagnose cases of heart and lung disease. The new diagnostic centre will build on this capability by enabling the expansion of clinical services, optimising the patient’s experience and enhancing research, education and training programmes for staff. The new centre will see the great majority of the hospital’s imaging services re-housed into the state-of-the art building. Read more
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