Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust serves a population of around 700,000, from a wide range of social and ethnic groups, making it one of the largest acute hospital trusts in England. We have two main hospitals. Queen’s Hospital in Romford opened in 2006 and brought together the services previously run at Oldchurch and Harold Wood hospitals and complements King George Hospital which was built from new in 1993. We also serve clinics across outer north east London and have some services from Barking Hospital. We operates two A&E departments at King George and Queen’s hospitals, and a full range of local hospital services. In addition, we offer a cancer centre, regional neuroscience centre and Hyper Acute Stroke Unit at Queen’s to provide specialist care. We are committed to working closely with our partners in the community to place patients’ needs at the centre of our care.