St George's is a leading teaching hospital, providing some of the country's best medical training and most advanced medical research, with close links to St George's, University of London.
This area of the website is designed to provide a gateway for GPs, consultants, nurses, medical students and other healthcare practitioners, who are interested in some of our key areas of work, training facilities or courses.
Use the titles below to navigate through this area.
This area of the website is aimed at GPs and other health professionals and provides information about how to refer patients to St George's Healthcare. You will also find a comprehensive contact list of our appointed consultants, details of trust-based educational seminars, and a list of clinics available on the Choose and Book system.
The Pathology care group is comprised of five specialities that carry out laboratory testing. Pathology's five departments provide key services, not just to the Trust's hospitals, but to GPs and other healthcare professionals. The pathology services pages provide more information and full access to our database of tests.
St George’s medical technology is the commercial arm of the medical physics and clinical engineering department of St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust, delivering technical and scientific expertise in the support, management and development of medical equipment and its applications.
St George's Healthcare is a national leader in tracheostomy guidance and the following pages, provided specifically for healthcare professionals performing tracheostomy or caring for tracheostomised patients, outline the most current guidance provided by the Trust.
As a leading teaching hospital, St George's Healthcare hosts a programme of events to support medical and dental education and training. These pages provide information about some of the post graduate courses available at the Postgraduate Centre.
St George's Healthcare is one of London's leading teaching hospitals and one of four Major Trauma Centres in London. It is a centre of excellence for education and also shares its site with the renowned St George's, University of London which trains medical students and carries out advanced medical research.