For information and updates about what we are getting involved in or sponsoring, you will find this here. We will also publish any upcoming events (both ours and external ones that you may be interested in).
13 December 2017 – We are delighted that the festive season is now officially upon us, and we’re gearing up for a Christmas full of activities and games.
20 November 2017 – It’a National HIV Testing Week – the national, targeted, high profile campaign encouraging key populations most affected by HIV to consider taking an HIV test.
06 November 2017 – We are delighted to be promoting and celebrating the work and dedication of Occupational Therapists far and wide this week.
10 October 2017 – World Mental Health Day has returned and this year’s theme is: mental health in the workplace, geared to break down the barriers and get people talking about mental health at work.
09 October 2017 – This week (9-13 October) marks Safeguarding Adults Awareness Week, aimed at raising awareness of how to recognise and report different types of abuse.
04 October 2017 – Join the quarter of a million people participating in Stoptober and feel better for it. Stopping smoking for 28 days means you’re 5 times more likely to quit for good.
22 September 2017 – Calling all clinicians, students and professionals, join us for this full-day workshop on collaborative treatment between Music and Speech & Language Therapy.
14 September 2017 – We are delighted to announce that, on Friday 25th August, it was confirmed that The Raphael Medical Centre (“Raphael”) had acquired Glenside Care Group (“Glenside”).
9 September 2017 – Following a competitive nominations process, we are delighted to announce that we have been awarded ‘Best Acute Neurological Care Centre – UK‘.
21 August 2017 – Gerhard and Liz are delighted to invite patients, staff and families to the summer hog roast and barbeque. We are excited to be joined by a brass band and morris dancers.
The Raphael Hospital was delighted to be a sponsor of the month-long art exhibition at St Paul’s Cathedral entitled “This is Not Me”.