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Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust operates across two main sites at Queen’s and King George hospitals. The 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.
The new Queen's Hospital in Romford brought together the services previously run at Oldchurch and Harold Wood hospitals and complements King George Hospital which was built from new in 1993.
The Trust operates two A&E departments at King George and Queen's hospitals, alongside other acute services consisting of all the major specialties of large district general hospitals.
A joint cancer centre with St Bartholomew’s Hospital in London and a regional neuroscience centre at Queen’s are offered in addition to these services.
The Trust is committed to working closely with its partners in the community to place patients’ needs at the centre of its services.
The Trust's primary aim is to provide the right care, in the right place and at the right time to the highest standards.