School children from Rokesly Junior School visited City Hall last week to celebrate food growing schools in London. Rokesly Junior School, who were welcomed by Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, took home a prize for the most enterprising product with their pumpkin chutney and marmalade. The Schools Marketplace at City Hall is in … Continue reading Joanne McCartney AM celebrates Haringey’s food growing pupils at City Hall
Further to my letter to the Mayor of London following the Care Quality Commission's report rating the North Middlesex University Hospital's Accident & Emergency Department, I have received a response which can be read here.
Responding to the CQC’s “Inadequate” rating for North Middlesex University Hospital, Local London Assembly Member, Joanne McCartney AM, said: “Nobody can say they didn’t see this coming. This is the culmination of years of government underfunding, unnecessary restructuring and the resounding impact of the closure at Chase Farm. “We’ve got a staffing crisis across London’s … Continue reading Response from Joanne McCartney AM to the CQC’s “Inadequate” rating for NMUH
London Assembly Member Joanne McCartney AM visited Canaan Kitchen in Tottenham this last week to help serve healthy hot meals with volunteers and meet the vulnerable people the Canaan Kitchen supports. Run by the OK Foundation, the Canaan Kitchen provides support to up to 50 vulnerable people each week in Tottenham. The Canaan Kitchen project … Continue reading Joanne McCartney AM praises support provided at Canaan Kitchen
New NHS A&E waiting time figures have revealed that 837 A&E patients were left waiting longer than 4 hours in North Middlesex University Hospital Trust A&Es this Christmas. In the week before and week of Christmas 837 patients missed the 4 hour target. That meant that across the two weeks 11% of patients were left … Continue reading North Middlesex University Hospital Trust A&Es in ‘Christmas of crisis’ as 837 patients wait longer than 4 hours