Barking, Havering and Redbridge University Hospitals NHS Trust
It has two main hospitals: King George Hospital in Ilford, Redbridge and Queen's Hospital in Romford. It also operates many clinics at a number of sites in the area including Barking Hospital and Brentwood Community Hospital.
The Trust serves around 700,000 people from a variety of backgrounds and across a wide area, making it one of the largest in the country.
It has a new Hyper Acute Stroke Unit, a regional centre for neurosurgery, one of the busiest cancer centres in London and a maternity service delivering almost 10,000 babies a year. The Trust has an extremely good infection control record, and has slashed the number of MRSA and Clostridium difficile rates by more than 70% in recent years.
In October 2013 it was placed in the highest risk category by the Care Quality Commission. In Decemer 2013 it was reported that the trust had paid out more than £23 million for negligence claims in maternity in five years.
In the last few years there have been frequent changes to the hospital's Board members.
- Chief Executive Averil Dongworth, Chief Executive joined BHR in February 2011. She was previously Chief Executive at Barnet and Chase Farm NHS Hospitals Trust
- Executive Director of Nursing, Deborah Wheeler has been BHRUHT's Director of Nursing since January 2010. She was acting Chief Executive before Averil Dongworth joined the Trust. 
- Interim Chair, Edwin Doyle joined BHRUHT in August 2010, replacing David Varney who was the Trust's chair for less than 6 months. 
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