News archive September 2020
Reducing pressure on the London Ambulance Service at this time
We know the festive period can be difficult for people. If you are struggling or need support and don't have physical health problems, please think before phoning for an ambulance. You can call our mental health crisis line anytime 24/7 to get help and advice on 0800 151 0023.
01 September 2020
The autumn issue of Trust Matters is now out. Printed copies are being sent to our staff and partners, as well as to local GP surgeries and libraries over the next couple of weeks.
02 September 2020
2020 is the International Year of the Nurse and Midwife – a chance for us to shine the light on some of the amazing nurses who make up our diverse workforce.
Here Jabu Chikore, Head of Nursing in Barnet tells us more about his job.
03 September 2020
The Patient Experience Teams at BEH is proud to announce the launch of their brand new Service User Involvement and Engagement Strategy for 2020-22.
09 September 2020
Eighty NHS hospital staff, London Ambulance Service medics and Transport for London workers received free tennis lessons on the famous Wimbledon grass courts last weekend as a thank you for their hard work during the pandemic. BEH was represented by Elias Egwabar, Access and Flow Administrator and Jide Ogunba, a physiotherapist working on the older people’s mental health wards.
14 September 2020
Here at Barnet, Enfield and Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust (BEH) we are proud to support the #AskAboutAsthma campaign as keeping children’s asthma under control is particularly important this year due to the coronavirus and any potential second wave.
29 September 2020
Thank you to everyone who joined our first virtual AGM on Tuesday 22 September 2020. We had over 120 attendees joining the event, including staff members, service users as well as stakeholders and partners.
30 September 2020
The Haringey Service User and Carer Forum is excited to announce the re-launch of the Forum on 12 October after face to face meetings were suspended due to the Coronavirus pandemic. The Forum provides an opportunity for people to discuss their experiences and to share views with Trust staff to facilitate a dialogue so that their ideas can help to influence the way the services operate.