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Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust is located in London, United Kingdom. It provides acute and specialist healthcare for a population of nearly two million people in north- west London. The trust was formed in 2007 by the merger of Hammersmith Hospitals NHS Trust and St Marys NHS Trust and their integration with Imperial College Faculty of Medicine. Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust has five hospitals-Charing Cross, Hammersmith, Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea, St Mary’s and The Western Eye. With academic partner Imperial College London, NHS trust is working to ensure the rapid translation of research for better patient care and excellence in education. The clinical services of Imperial College Healthcare are organised into four divisions i.e. medicine division, surgery and cancer division, investigative and clinical support sciences division, women’s and children’s division. It was named by the Health Service Journal as one of the top hundred NHS trusts to work for in 2015. In partnership with Imperial College London, Imperial College Healthcare is a major centre for medical research. It is also part of one of eleven National Institute for Health Research Biomedical Research Centres. The trust has one of the 11 Genomics Medicines Centres associated with Genomics England which will open across England. All the data produced in the 100,000 Genomes project will be made available to drugs companies and researchers to help them create precision drugs for future generations. NHS trust has opened a clinic in Dubai. It is one of the most commercial NHS trusts, increasing private income, mostly from general and maternity care. The Imperial College Healthcare had a turnover of £971.3 million, employed approximately 9770 people. Out of this administration and estates staff 2243, healthcare assistants and other support staff 1057, medical and dental staff 1686, nursing, midwifery and health visiting staff 3439, and scientific, therapeutic and technical staff 1344. In January 2009 the results of a study were published in which researchers had successfully captured MRI images of bleeding inside the hearts of 15 Imperial College Healthcare patients who had suffered a heart attack. In November 2009 a team led by Professor Paul Abel of Imperial College Healthcare performed the first removal of a rectal cancer using ultrasound. In 2016 it set up a project with Deep Mind to develop new clinical mobile apps linked to electronic patient records.
The following is the list of articles by scholars from Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust that are published in OMICS International journals.
The following is the list of proceedings by scholars from Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust that are published in OMICS International journals and conferences.
Jacqueline A Hinds