The Duke of Kent visits King Edward VII's Hospital

On Tuesday 6 February 2018, His Royal Highness, The Duke of Kent, and President of King Edward VII’s Hospital, visited our Hospital to meet with some of our patients and staff. His Royal Highness also took a tour of our latest developments, including our newly built ophthalmology unit, endoscopy unit, and Centre for Veterans’ Health.

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The Link Between Gut Bacteria and Obesity

James Kinross, consultant colorectal surgeon at King Edward VII's Hospital in London, has written an article for the HuffPost that considers how our bacteria plays a role in determining our weight.

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Reasons why your period might stop (if you're not pregnant)

Michael Dooley, consultant gynaecologist at King Edward VII's Hospital in London, likens the whole mechanism to a “finely-tuned clock”.

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The Angelina Effect

Professor Andrew Baildam, Professor of Breast and Oncoplastic Surgery at King Edward VII’s Hospital talks about the Angelina Jolie effect.

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An Athlete's Path Through Pregnancy

Michael Dooley, Consultant Gynaecologist at King Edward VII’s Hospital, talks about elite athletes and treating them during pregnancy.

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Care Quality Commission Report

At King Edward Vii’s Hospital, our team of outstanding clinicians, alongside a highly committed nursing team and other clinical staff, are dedicated to providing the highest standards of personalised care to our patients.

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