Mildmay has been caring for people since the 1860s and in that time thousands of people have passed through our doors. Each one of them had their own unique experience of the hospital and its dedicated staff.
"I first met Helen Taylor Thompson when she invited me to join the Steering Committee she chaired that led the petition and campaign to re-open the Mildmay Mission Hospital after its closure by the NHS in 1982."
Margaret Kerin, came over from Ireland to train to be a nurse at Mildmay Hospital in 1942. Unlike many such women who came over, she returned to Ireland in 1948 and went to work at the Dublin Medical Mission.
Barry loved every stick and stone of Mildmay Mission Hospital. He was once a patient, and worked hard as a volunteer chaplain and patient representative on the Trustee Board. Our chaplain, Sister Bernie, tells us more...
Sharon first started at Mildmay in 1993 as a temporary secretary working for the chaplains, but after walking in and seeing the hospital for the very first time, she knew immediately she “wanted to stay, and it has been 26 years since that moment”.