A full list of the services available at St George's Hospital is available on our services pages
St George's Hospital is a large hospital that provides care for south west London and south east England.
The St George's Hospital site consists of seven wings, a number of seperate satelitte buildings and 38 wards. The site is shared between St George's Healthcare NHS Trust and St George's, University of London, making St George's Hospital a site of excellence and innovation.
St George's Hospital provides inpatient and outpatient care including Accident and Emergency, Neurology, Cardiothoracic, Maternity, Renal, Paediatrics and Gynaecology.
St George's Hospital
Tel: 020 8672 1255
St George's Hospital is served by the 44, 57, 77, 131, 219, 264, 270, 280, 493, G1, N44 and N155 bus routes. The nearest tube station is Tooting Broadway which is on the Northern Line. You can find a map and additional travel information on our find St George's page.
Has a nurse, midwife, healthcare assistant or health visitor made a difference to your healthcare or that of a loved one? Say thank you by nominating them for a Claire Rayner Patient's Choice Award. For more information, visit www.patients-choice.co.uk.
Your letter will tell you which wing to go to. You can find a map of St George's Hospital in our Welcome to St George's leaflet or online. The Welcome to St George's mobile app has an interactive map and ward contact list. The map will show the nearest entrance point to your wing where you will find more detailed signs. If you are not sure, go to one of the reception desks in Grosvenor Wing (the main entrance) or Atkinson Morley Wing. Volunteers are also available around the hospital to help you find your way. They wear an identification badge and either a burgundy coloured blazer, sweatshirt or waistcoat.
The health information centre for patients and their families is located next to the Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) office, on the ground floor of Grosvenor Wing, near the main entrance of the hospital.
We think it's important for you to understand your condition and treatments as well as find out about services available. This will help you to feel more in control of your health.
You can drop in for information in a variety of formats such as leaflets, videos, audiotapes and interactive CD-ROM. We realise that patients and their families might have special needs or language requirements, so we also aim to provide information in Braille, large print, translated or picture information.
Please call the number on your letter if there is anything more we can do to meet your needs for your appointment or admission.
If you know someone with a learning disability who is coming into hospital or has an appointment please contact the consultant nurse for learning disabilities on 020 8672 1255 extension 2217 or bleep 8386.
If you need a language interpreter, please ask someone who speaks English to call the telephone number on the top of your appointment letter.
Signers can be arranged to help you during your visit. Please call the number on your letter to let us know what help you need. Please give us as much notice as possible.
Chaplains offer spiritual, sacramental and pastoral care to patients and their relatives and friends of any religious faith (or no particular faith). There is a chapel and a multi-faith prayer room on the ground floor of the St James Wing available for all to use for prayer and quiet reflection at any time. You can ask a nurse to contact the chaplaincy team for you or call 020 8725 3285.
Wheelchair access all pedestrian entrances to the hospital are suitable for wheelchairs. There are disabled toilets in key locations around the hospital including the main reception in Grosvenor Wing. Our public lifts are also suitable for disabled access.
If you would like your guide dog to visit you in hospital, or one of your visitors has a guide dog, please give the ward staff as much notice as possible so they can accommodate this.