A message from Rob Hurd, Chief Executive, NW London Integrated Care System - Grenfell Tower Fire

Published on: Friday 10 June 2022

Everyone remembers where they were when they heard about the Grenfell Tower fire – a night when 72 individuals tragically lost their lives. Every single one of these deaths was – and remains - a heart-breaking loss for the loved ones left behind.

All of us in the National Health Service express our deepest condolences to all those impacted by this disaster.  Although nothing we can say or do will bring back your loved ones, we would like you to know that the NHS is here to support you and your family.

The additional services put in place to support Grenfell families, and those in the wider community, are available for you today, over the next year and beyond.  Our thoughts are with you all on this sad anniversary and I will be joining in the 72 second silence on Tuesday 14 June at 11am. 

As the new Chief Executive of the North West London Integrated Care System, the new body responsible for the overall NHS partnership in North West London, I very much look forward to getting to know you, hearing and learning from you all.



Rob Hurd

Chief Executive

NHS North West London Integrated Care System