Everyone Counts

Improving Outcomes for Patients

St George’s employs around 600 consultants across 52 services. Our consultants in the specialties listed below are required to publish data on the outcomes of the procedures they carry out. This data can help you to make an informed decision about your care and allows you to see how our consultant’s perform compared to consultants at other trusts carrying out the same types of procedures.

The consultant data is available on their relevant specialty society’s website. For example, the information about cardiothoracic surgery is hosted on the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery website. The data is presented in a variety of ways but where possible we have included links directly to the data for St George‚Äôs consultants. We are unable however to guarantee the accessibility or the availability of the websites the data is provided on.

You may wish to discuss the data and information with your GP, or with your consultant before your operation. Further information on the consultant data and how it can be used to make an informed decision about your care is available on the NHS Choices website

Specialty
How to access the data
Cardiac surgery
The data is available as separate profiles for each consultant on the Society for Cardiothoracic Surgery website
Bariatric
The data is available as separate profiles for each consultant on the National Bariatric Surgeon Registery website
Interventional cardiology
The data is available as separate profiles for each consultant on the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society website
Orthopaedics
The data is available as seperate profiles for each consultant on the National Joint Registry website
Endocrine and Thyroid
The data is available as separate profiles for each consultant on the British Association of Endocrine and Thyroid Surgeons website
Urology
The data is available as separate profiles for each consultant on the British Association of Urological Surgeons website
Lung Cancer
Upper gastro-intestinal surgery
Data is due to be published before the year end
Urogynaecology
Data is due to be published nationally early in 2015