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For nearly 40 years,
Mildmay has provided specialised medical care and rehabilitation services in our UK hospital for people living with HIV.
Since 1998, Mildmay
has also had a huge impact overseas, delivering HIV services to those in greatest need. We continue to support our local NGOs in Kenya and Uganda.

What we do

In 2022,

we launched the REBUILD Pathway, and in 2023, the specialist neurorehabilitation Neuro 2B Pathway.

In 2020, we began a ground-breaking service in the UK, providing step-down, rehabilitative healthcare for people who are homeless or rough-sleeping and recuperating from illness or injury.

Mildmay Hospital

United Kingdom

Mildmay is a charitable hospital based in East London. Our hospital provides structured pathways of rehabilitation, treatment, services, and care for people with complex and severe HIV-related health conditions, including HIV-associated brain impairment (also known as HIV-Associated Neurocognitive Disorder, or HAND).

In 2020, Mildmay began the first of our ground-breaking new services for people who are homeless or rough-sleeping and recuperating from illness or injury,

providing step-down, rehabilitative healthcare. We also became London's primary COVID-Care Centre for this cohort and for step-down HIV patients.

2022 saw the launch of our REBUILD Pathway, which provides post-detox, stabilisation-based intermediate residential rehabilitation care to patients who are homeless, and in 2023, we launched the Neuro 2B Pathway, providing specialist neurorehabilitation service for patients after their immediate medical and surgical needs have been met.

Mildmay Overseas

Since the 1990s, Mildmay has had a significant impact in supporting people with HIV. We have worked on numerous projects in Uganda, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Rwanda, and Eastern Europe that have in time, been handed over to local NGOs (see Past Work).

Our focus now is to optimise Mildmay's services to better serve our beneficiaries and supporters, exploring new ways to share our expertise internationally. As part of this process, we plan to wind down Mildmay International and transfer full control of Mildmay Kenya to its Board of Trustees, enabling it to become fully independent.  While we see this as a successful transition, Mildmay remains committed to supporting existing projects with your continued backing for as long as we can.

Mildmay Kenya is flourishing, successfully securing grant funding independently from Mildmay UK and growing its network of community volunteers who deliver HIV and general healthcare services through support, education, and training. Their work inspires young people to achieve their full potential and live a life of dignity.

We are committed to finding new avenues to make a positive impact wherever we can. One such initiative is our Education Exchange Programme, which involves sending UK clinicians to Uganda to gain valuable experience in the field. This programme strengthens healthcare skills and enhances health systems in both countries.

Mildmay has always depended on charitable support, and every day is a chance for you to make a difference.
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