A midwife from Guy’s and St Thomas’ is one of the first people in England to receive the Chief Midwifery Officer’s gold award.
Dr Katherine Sleeman, explains why improving provision of palliative care will improve value in our healthcare system.
New King’s College London research shows the public’s perception of constipation differs drastically from formal diagnosis guidelines.
New research from King’s College London shows improving preconception health could prevent long-term medical conditions in children.
A doctor at Guy’s and St Thomas’ has won a prestigious national award for spearheading the NHS rainbow badges scheme.
A round up of our partnership in the media over the past two weeks.
King’s College London researchers have identified why arteries harden and how an acne medication could be an effective treatment.
New research from King’s College London has found that individual responses to the same foods are unique, even between identical twins.
More than 300 staff and students from King’s Health Partners attended the eighth annual Safety Connections Conference.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has published an inspection report for King’s College Hospital.
Congratulations to staff across King’s Health Partners who have been recognised in the 2019 Queen’s Birthday Honours.
We sat down with Prof John Moxham to hear about why he became a doctor and his career leading up to King’s Health Partners.