A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner at Mile End Hospital, which we have part funded, is in use in the new Early Diagnosis Centre (EDC). Since the MRI suite opened in autumn 2022, waiting times have reduced dramatically.
A new imaging technique being introduced at St Bartholomew's Hospital is showing promising results for detecting breast cancer for women with dense breast tissue – associated with an increased risk of breast cancer.
Somali-speaking Community Engagement Officer at Barts Health helps improve Somali women's access to and experience of healthcare services - leading to plans to expand the service.
The Precision Medicine Platform will bring patient data from across Barts Health NHS Trust, into one accessible resource to improve research and allow doctors to identify treatments according to individual circumstances.
Barts Health NHS Trust and Queen Mary University London have unveiled plans for an Academic Centre for Healthy Ageing in the UK – hosted at Whipps Cross Hospital in Leytonstone – to improve the quality of life for millions of people in London
YourStance is a programme where nurses and doctors teach life saving skills to young people at the greatest risk of serious youth violence. YourStance received funding from Barts Charity in 2019 thanks to a gift from the Charles S French Charitable Trust.
Hospital staff, dementia, cancer, gynaecological patients and more set to benefit from our new Everyday Impact funding scheme.
In 2018, we gave £6.8 million to modernise and expand the unit, creating a physical environment to match the high standard of care on offer.
The Royal London Dental Hospital now has the latest digital technology to provide the very best in oral care to its patient population in East London thanks to £2.3m in funding from Barts Charity.
The Broomfield family’s generous legacy has supported renovations to the Gillian Hanson Diabetes Centre to ensure the best possible care for patients.