A day in the life of a Patient Activity Leader (PAL)

Judith Thomas Brown has worked at Blackheath Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre for ten years. She was presented with her ten-year service badge by John Huntley, Hospital Director who congratulated and thanked Judith on her long service.    She has worked in many roles over the past ten years after…

A day in the life of a Speech Therapist

Kristina Brocklesby is a Speech and Language Therapist at Blackheath Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre in London.  Earlier this year, she was awarded a Huntercombe Hero Award for demonstrating professionalism, resilience and compassion when working with her patients.  We caught up with Kristina to find out more about her…

Huntercombe award winners at Blackheath

Blackheath Brain Injury Rehabilitation Centre recently celebrated their local Huntercombe Hero awards with an impressive afternoon tea hosted in the centre’s dining room.  The awards were presented by John Huntley, Hospital Director at the centre.  The winners were as follows: Patient First – Awarded to Christine Nicholls for…

New paper co-authored by Dr Bruno of Huntercombe Blackheath

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Blackheath trip to the Natural History Museum

Blackheath enjoys Abba tribute band

More Blackheath Huntercombe Heroes

David has been recognised as a Huntercombe Hero at Blackheath. David is a Patient Activities Leader and joined the Huntercombe team in May 2016. His main role is as driver of our minibus, although he actively involves himself in all patient related activities. David works closely with others…

Huntercombe Heroes at Blackheath

Judith has been recognised as one of Blackheath’s Huntercombe Heroes. She joined BBIRC back in 2010, her main role is to actively involve herself in all patient related activities.  She is recognised for commitment to her role and for giving up part of her weekend to take patients…