QEH Celebrates Diversity

QEH Celebrates Diversity

A new initiative is under way to make sure the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn promotes inclusivity and also celebrates its diverse workforce. Known as See Me First, it has already seen 200 staff sign up to a pledge to uphold these values and treat everyone...
QEH Celebrates Diversity

Much-Loved QEH Staff Member Inspires Unit Name

The new outpatient unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn will be named in memory of a much-loved member of staff. It will be christened the Emerson Unit after Chrissie Emerson, a hospital healthcare assistant who died from coronavirus in 2020. The name...
QEH Celebrates Diversity

You Can Help Name A New Hospital Unit

You can help choose the name of a new Outpatients Unit at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in King’s Lynn. The new building will open in January thanks to £20.6m of emergency money which can be used to improve services for patients. It will host treatment for urology,...
QEH Celebrates Diversity

Can You Shape The QEH’s Future

Do you want to help represent and shape the future of King’s Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital? It is looking for people to join its Governors Council which helps draw up its future plans and making sure the community knows all about key developments within the...