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Service News & PSO Updates
Over 80% of our first, new, GP referred, Consultant led, Outpatient clinic appointments are available to be referred and scheduled into the Trust through the NHS e-Referral Service. All of the Trust’s OPD clinics that meet these criteria will be open to e-RS by March 31st.
The Standard Contract for 2018/19 requires the full use of the NHS e-Referral Service (eRS) for all consultant-led first outpatient appointments. From 1 October 2018, providers will only be paid for activity resulting from referrals made through eRS. This will support local health communities to plan for the paper switch off for elective referrals.
Using the e-Referral Service brings a number of benefits to GPs and St George’s Healthcare. The system provides a full directory of all the secondary care services available at the Trust accessible through the Directory of Services as well as those services locally commissioned by Primary Care Trusts.
You can find out more about what the NHS e-Referral Service offers by reading our NHS e-Referral Service Myth Buster
View our latest updates to eRS and our progress on Paper Switch Off below.
Check out our PSO Progress Reports
33 Specialties have over 80% of their OPD appointment slots linked to eRS and are ready to move to receiving all referrals via eRS now (see eRS Readiness Report. These Specialties are in green).
Slot Availability: 83%
During the appointment booking process the NHS e-Referral Service will allow the referral to enter the ASI process if there are no slots available for booking at the time of the appointment search. This action is called ‘Defer to Provider’. Each time the referral is deferred the referral will appear on our ‘Appointment Slot Issues’ worklist. At St George’s, we are working to ensure that all of our Outpatient appointments are available to eRs. Increasing slot availability helps to keep this number low.
It is this action we are reporting. The national standard is to keep ASI’s to below 4%. Provider ASI reports are generated monthly by NHS Digital. Below you can compare our Trust to our closest competitors geographically.
Appointment Slot Issues: 2.9%
Before we start sending out communications regarding submitting OPD referrals soley through eRS we need to see our utilisation of the NHS e-Referral Service increase to at least 80%. With your help we plan to bring our utilisation up from where it is now to at least 80% by 31 July.
This information is published weekly by NHS Digital and is available on their website.
Referrers can see our eRS utilisation below, as well as the eRS utilisation for Wandsworth & Merton CCG’s.
GPs and practice staff can direct the patient to use the NHS eRS appointments line or the internet where they are unable to complete the booking themselves. Flexibility in the e-Referral Service means that the referral process can be adapted to suit different working conditions and you can identify services with shortest waiting times.
You can access service-specific guidance to help shortlist the most appropriate services and highlight any helpful preliminary investigations. Advice and guidance from specialists can be sought prior to referral, supporting the development of better referral pathways and closer collaboration with secondary care colleagues.
GPs and practice staff can track the progress of a patient’s referral through the e-Referral Service and will have much greater access to patient care management plans, ensuring that the correct appointments are made. The system also reduces the amount of time spent on paperwork and administration costs.
Booking your NHS e-Referral Service appointment
You can contact the NHS e-Referral Service at the following times, using the numbers below:
Please use the reference number and password from the patient’s appointment request letter. You will need to have these in front of you when booking an appointment.
Help and guidance
Please search our services to find the service you are looking for. Clinicians in all specialties have been involved to ensure that our information accurately reflects the services that we offer.
Two-week rule referrals are also supported by the NHS e-Referral Service. If there are no slots available, please fax the referral proforma to the two-week rule office on 0208 725 0778.
Reduction in DNAs
Data from previous electronic booking pilots show that when patients are given a choice of date and time for their appointments they are more likely to attend. This leads to fewer wasted appointments and helps to improve the overall efficiency of outpatient clinics.
Reduction in non-clinical primary care consultations
The amount of time spent by administrative support staff in responding to patients’ enquiries about the progress of referrals is huge. In some cases a patient will book an appointment with their GP specifically to enquire about their referral. This reduces the amount of clinical time available in a practice. Eliminating this administrative burden brings an immediate benefit in primary care for patients, GPs and practice staff.
Reliable and comprehensive clinical information
Referral information from primary care systems will be made available to hospital clinicians in a legible and consistent format. Development of the National Care Record service will allow relevant patient information supplied by GP and hospital systems to be accessed by authorised users wherever and whenever it is needed.
Benefits for patients
Increased provision of services which are convenient to patients.
The journey through the NHS is increasingly patient focused. Appointments and admissions are made in discussion with the patient to get a mutually suitable date and time.
Waiting to hear about appointments is a key concern for all patients. The electronic booking of appointments provides patients with more certainty. This helps them make arrangements and plan for the appointment. They will know straight away when their appointment will be, so they don’t have to wait for a confirmation letter to arrive.
Increased referral security
The system gives patients confidence that the referral information reaches the hospital. The information is protected by a series of stringent access controls and information governance. The system can also update referrals with up-to-date clinical developments.
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As part of a national screening programme, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is now a screening centre . . .
About the Rose Centre
The Rose Centre is the state-of-the-art breast diagnostic unit. It was officially opened . . .
The Adult Critical Care service is managed by the Adult Critical Care Directorate. The Directorate meets monthly to review all . . .
What is the Breast clinic?
The breast clinic is an outpatient clinic where you can see a specialist. You may . . .
The Neurology Rapid Access Clinic (or ‘HOT’ clinics) is a consultant-led clinic which provides rapid access to neurology assessment . . .
This page will give you lots of information about the ADHD Service at St George’s Hospital.
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About our service
What are ADHD and ADD?
Why has my child been referred?
Pathway through the ADHD . . .
What is Critical Care ?
Critical Care (or Intensive Care Medicine) is the medical specialty that takes care of the most . . .
The adult hearing and hearing aid service is for adults who have suspected hearing problems. We accept referrals for adults . . .
This section provides information on what happens after your baby is born . . .
Acute medicine is the specialty concerned with the diagnosis, management and non-surgical treatment of unusual or serious diseases . . .
St George’s Hospital is one of London’s leading teaching hospitals and one of four Major Trauma Centres in . . .
We offer antenatal classes to all women, whether this is your first pregnancy or you already have children.
The community . . .
We offer excellent care from the start with antenatal clinics taking place with midwives and doctors in the hospital and . . .
What is the Any Qualified Provider scheme?
The Any Qualified Provider (AQP) scheme means that for some conditions like . . .
What is the Any Qualified Provider scheme?
The Any Qualified Provider (AQP) scheme means that for some conditions like neck . . .
Aspiration biopsy diagnosis by palpation and in conjunction with image guidance of peripheral lumps/swellings including thyroid, lymph nodes, salivary . . .
The Assistive Technology Service provides environmental control systems on loan that help to maintain and improve the independence and security . . .
The Asthma clinic sees patients with asthma of varying severity and aims to provide an accurate diagnosis of the different . . .
St George’s is an internationally renowned hospital for neurology, neurosurgery, neurorehabilitation and stroke services. The hospital offers comprehensive services . . .
The audiology and audiovestibular medicine team deals with the diagnosis and management of hearing (auditory) and balance (vestibular) disorders.
Since . . .
The Audiology service provided at Queen Mary’s Hospital has an established reputation as a forward-thinking, high performing service . . .
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The autonomic nervous system controls involuntary actions like your heart rate, body temperature, digestion, perspiration and the widening or narrowing . . .
The Bader Gym is a fully equipped gymnasium which has been designed for both disabled and able bodied people. Four . . .
The Bariatric Service (Weight Loss Surgery) at St George’s Hospital has been established for over 40 years. We have . . .
Bladder cancer is the 7th commonest cancer in the UK with 10,000 new diagnoses and 5,000 deaths from . . .
The Blood Pressure Unit at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is a specialist Hypertension Unit for the . . .
Changes to Phlebotomy services
‘Walk in’ phlebotomy tests for patients referred by their GPs will no longer be provided at . . .
The Bone Boost programme has been designed to provide a care pathway for those with osteoporosis/osteopenia and to ultimately . . .
The first appointment you have will be with a midwife and will last 1 – 1.5 hours. This is an . . .
Botulinum toxin therapy (also known as Botox) is used to treat a range of neurological conditions and disorders for adults . . .
About Breast Cancer
Approximately 45,000 cases of breast cancer are diagnosed every year, usually in women who are over . . .
The Breast Service at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is based predominantly at the Rose Centre building . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has three consultant surgeons in the breast team, providing surgery for breast . . .
Two flexible fibreoptic bronchoscopy lists (Monday and Friday) are run each week and patients are examined under conscious sedation with . . .
A multi-disciplinary unit providing a one stop needs led outpatient rehabilitation service for older people. Patients are treated using . . .
The Cancer Genetics team at the Southwest Thames Regional Genetics Service serves a population of approximately 3million people. The aim . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides diagnosis, surgery and chemotherapy for all types of cancer as well . . .
Information for patients
Information for GP’s
Meet the team
Information for patients
What is Cardiac Rehab?
Cardiac Rehab . . .
We are dedicated and proud to care for the patients and their families; delivering a very high quality standard of . . .
The department of cardiology at St George’s Hospital offers all aspects of medical treatment for heart conditions.
We run . . .
St George’s is the tertiary centre for cardiac, thoracic and vascular surgery and acute cardiology for SW London and . . .
The department of cardiothoracic surgery and cardiology at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and St George’s . . .
The Cardiothoracic Critical Care service covers 18 beds of specialist critical care. We have an approximate 50:50 split between . . .
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In conjunction with the regional stroke unit, the St George’s Vascular Institute offers a comprehensive service for patients with . . .
Cellular Pathology services at St George’s Hospital are now part of South West London Pathology which is a partnership . . .
St George’s Haemophilia Centre is located within St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. It is well established . . .
The Chaplaincy-Spiritual Care Team is here for everyone.
We are a multi-faith, multi-denominational team who offer spiritual . . .
An anomaly scan is done at 21-23 weeks to check the anatomy of the baby, the baby . . .
Chemical Pathology services at St George’s Hospital are now part of South West London Pathology which is a partnership . . .
The Respiratory Department at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest of its kind . . .
The Child Health Records Department forms part of the Children and families service directorate. The department is responsible for registration . . .
The Wandsworth Childhood Immunisation Service is available to all children 0-19 years via schools programmes and community clinics. The . . .
Wandsworth Children’s Continuing Care aims to provide high quality clinical care and support for children with complex care needs . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides a full range of General Paediatric Medicine inpatient and outpatient services . . .
The Paediatric play team are often found on the ward having lots of fun with the children creating lots of . . .
St Georges Hospital has a long and proud history in providing specialist children’s services from the days of the . . .
The Community Specialist Therapies team works with children in the community in the Borough of Wandsworth. This is a newly . . .
The St George’s department of paediatric surgery and urology is well renowned for its expertise in keyhole surgery in . . .
A lot of people come to the Emergency Department because they do not know where else to go could get . . .
A multi-disciplinary team provides comprehensive care for COPD patients who access our services as out-patient referrals or through . . .
The Chronic Pain Service at St. George’s Hospital provides care for patients in the locality of the hospital . . .
The Clinical Genetics department organises a wide range of clinics at St George’s Hospital and throughout the South West . . .
The Clinical Infection Unit (CIU) provides specialist inpatient and outpatient Infectious Diseases services for the clinical diagnosis and management of . . .
The cognitive neurology and dementia service provides a consultant-led multi-disciplinary approach to the diagnosis, assessment and treatment of . . .
This page is under construction . . .
Please note: From 1 October 2017, responsibility for the running of Wandsworth Community Adult Health Services will transfer to Central . . .
There are five community teams, which cover designated areas of Wandsworth and Merton.
Where you live will determine which team . . .
Sickle Cell & Thalassaemia Information and Counselling Service aims to improve health outcomes for Wansdworth residents or those with a . . .
The Wandsworth Community Learning Disability Health Team (CLDHT) is a specialist multidisciplinary team offering a community service to adults with . . .
Community Migraine Advice Clinic – Information for Referrers
The Headache Service at St Georges Hospital hold a community based migraine education . . .
The Wandsworth Community Neuro Team (WCNT) is based at St John’s Therapy Centre in Battersea. It is a specialist . . .
We provide a full range of community services to patients for people who live and work in Wandsworth, making sure . . .
Complex spinal surgery is the insertion of metalwork to stabilize and fuse parts of the spine. This may be necessary . . .
Complex fracture management
Treatment of Non-union
Bone infection management
Limb lengthening . . .
We need oxygen to live. When we breathe in we take oxygen from the air into the lungs . . .
Sometimes in pregnancy, you may need to see a doctor (Obstetrician) for specialist care. Each midwifery team is linked to . . .
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A CT scan is an imaging investigation using rays. It is performed on a specialised scanner which gives very detailed . . .
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We provide a comprehensive cytogenetics service for the investigation of constitutional chromosome abnormalities. Some solid . . .
The day case unit provides a professional diagnostic service for upper and lower GI endoscopy, brochoscopy and cystoscopy. The unit . . .
Day Hospital offers an interim facility between acute and primary care settings for people over 65 years, resident in London . . .
We have a range of day patient services, predominantly suited to patients with higher level functional cognitive and communication problems . . .
What is Deep Brain Stimulation?
Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) is a procedure in which stimulating electrodes are placed into the . . .
The delivery suite is located on 1st floor of Lanesborough wing. On arrival women and their partners may be requested . . .
Dentistry comprises three departments: Restorative Dentistry, Orthodontics and Paediatric (Children’s) Dentistry, and works closely with the Oral and Maxillofacial . . .
The Dermatology unit at St. George’s Hospital is a very active department, seeing over 40,000 patients a year . . .
The Dermatology Outpatients Unit at Queen Mary’s Hospital provides a professional service for patients with acute and chronic skin . . .
Diabetes and Endocrinology departments are at St George’s Hospital, Queen Mary’s Hospital and also at St John’s . . .
To diagnose and determine treatment for your particular valve disease, your doctor will obtain medical history, perform a thorough physical . . .
St. George’s NHS Trust Therapies Department are holding a one day course for Diagnosis and Management of . . .
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Your midwife will talk to you about when it is safe for you and your baby to go . . .
We recognise that early pregnancy can be a worrying time for women and their families. The Early Pregnancy Unit (EPU . . .
All women who choose to give birth at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust are offered an appointment . . .
The ENT service aims to improve the quality of life for individuals with ear, nose and throat disorders, and provide . . .
The Adult Critical Care service has many exciting training opportunities for all grades of clinician.
The unit has created its . . .
There are many training opportunities, modules and fellowships available at St George’s Hospital. Fellowships are advertised by the School . . .
St George’s Hospital’s busy, modern Emergency Department provides a 24-hour emergency service, 365 days a year, and sees around 120,000 patients.
The endoscopy unit comprises of four procedure rooms, providing facilities for both in-patient and out-patient investigations. The unit . . .
The St George’s Hospital Endourology unit provides comprehensive investigation and management of patients with kidney and ureteric stones. The . . .
The epilepsy service offers a diagnosis and treatment services for adults with epilepsy.
We offer a rapid access first fit . . .
The Family Nurse Partnership (FNP) provides a home visiting service to support young first time mothers (aged 20years and under . . .
You should start to think about how you want to feed your baby while you are pregnant. We run specialist . . .
The annual report of the Fetal Medicine and Day Assessment Units contains detail about the workload, referral pattern, audits and . . .
The Video-fluoroscopy Service (VFS) is a specialist service used for assessment, diagnosis and management of swallowing in a range . . .
Sports injuries including full spectrum of arthroscopic joint and tendon . . .
Functional Neurosurgery is surgical alleviation of a wide range of conditions including movement disorders such as Parkinson’s disease, dystonia . . .
Mr Byrne and Prof Manyounda offer a fibroid service with treatments including hormonal, embolisation and surgery including hysteroscopic and laparoscopic . . .
The Gait laboratory offers two clinical services: gait Analysis and functional Electrical Stimulation (FES).
The Gait Analysis service provides a . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Gastroenterology and Hepatology Department specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of . . .
The General Intensive Care service cares for the most severely ill patients in the hospital. The service is able care . . .
General medicine is the medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis, management and non-surgical treatment of unusual or serious diseases . . .
General medicine and care of the elderly services are provided by a multidisciplinary team which includes dieticians, social workers and . . .
A comprehensive General Surgery service is provided at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, encompassing emergency care, inpatient . . .
Benign prostatic hyperplasia is a very common condition affecting men over 50 years old as a result of enlargement of . . .
There are seven genetic counsellors working within the department. The counsellors have either a background in nursing or have undergone . . .
The South West Thames Regional Genetic Services at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides a specialist service . . .
Getting Over the Bump: A collaborative project between Maternal Medicine Midwives and Occupational Therapy
Research estimates that approximately 9.4% of women giving birth in the United Kingdom have one or more limiting longstanding . . .
When your labour starts please contact the Delivery Suite direct on 0208 767 4654 if you plan to have your . . .
Gynaecological cancers are cancers of the female reproductive system including cancers of the womb (uterus), vulva, cervix and ovaries.
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Haematological cancers are cancers of the blood and lymphatic system. These include myeloma, lymphomas and acute and chronic leukaemias.
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Haematology services at St George’s Hospital are now part of South West London Pathology which is a partnership set . . .
The Hand Therapy team is part of the Regional Hand Unit at St Georges Hospital and consists of specialist Occupational . . .
What we do
Based at St George’s University Hospital, we are a consultant-led unit with a patient-centred . . .
The ENT Department at St George’s Healthcare is the ‘hub’ of the South West Thames Network. There are referrals . . .
Head and neck cancer (tumours developing in the tissues and organs of the head and neck) includes cancers of the . . .
The Head Injury therapy team at St George’s Hospital is based within the Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre. The . . .
The headache service runs six specialist outpatient clinics each week providing assessment, investigations, advice and treatment to patients suffering with . . .
The Health Visiting Service works via a Public Health centred approach to help meet the requirements of the Children’s . . .
The hearing therapy service is for adults and children who are having difficulty adapting to life with hearing loss, tinnitus . . .
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The one-stop heart failure diagnostic clinic is run by Dr Lisa Anderson and accepts local and tertiary referrals and . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has a long standing international reputation as a leading centre for research . . .
The cardiothoracic unit heart valve centre is a multidisciplinary group of cardiologists, echocardiographers, radiologists, anaesthetists and surgeons, proficient in diagnosing . . .
Revision hip surgery
Tertiary referral service for complex hip and knee procedures
Management of . . .
The Homeless, Refugee and Asylum team is part of the Children & Families division of Community Services, Wandsworth. The team . . .
The hospital based Ivory Team sees women in the Antenatal Clinic, Ground Floor Lanesborough Wing. This is for . . .
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The Stroke therapy department at St George’s Hospital is based within the Atkinson Morley Regional . . .
We offer a number of treatment options for excessive sweating. The control of sweating and flushing is via the sympathetic . . .
The Protein Reference and Immunopathology service at St George’s Hospital are now part of South West London Pathology which . . .
The St George’s infectious diseases and HIV neurology department provides comprehensive neurological services to patients with multiple diseases and . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has a long standing reputation for the treatment and research of inherited . . .
The aim of the Inpatient Elderly Rehabilitation Service (IERS) is to provide a multidisciplinary in-patient rehabilitation service which focuses . . .
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Preparing For Your Operation
Managing Pain After Your Operation
Preparing For Your Operation
How much pain . . .
The Integrated Falls and Bone Health Service (IF&BHS) is a team that comprises of a variety of health . . .
The Wandsworth Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) service
Please note: From 1 October 2017, responsibility for the running of Wandsworth . . .
St George’s Hospital has one of the leading Cardiac Catheterisation Laboratory’s in the United Kingdom. We have a . . .
The Interventional Radiology department is internationally renowned for its expertise and offers a wide range of vascular and non-vascular . . .
Chorion villus sampling (CVS) at 11-13 weeks
CVS involves the examination of chorionic villi (placental tissue). Both the baby . . .
Development opportunities offered for nursing staff in ICU at St George’s Bands 5,6,7
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The Institute has developed a multidisciplinary service for the management of lower limb occlusive disease. Endovascular techniques have become the . . .
Lung cancers are cancers of the lungs and respiratory system. There are three main types of lung cancer: Small cell . . .
Patients with suspected asbestos-associated lung or pleural disease are prioritised to see specialist physicians well-versed in these conditions . . .
Comprehensive lung function testing (measurement of spirometry with bronchodilator reversibility, lung volumes using plethysmography, gas transfer and small airway indices . . .
Patients with slow-to-resolve infections and/or bronchiectasis are prioritised to one of several general respiratory clinics, unless where . . .
This is a tertiary referral national service providing expert assessment, diagnosis, treatment and continued support for those with lymphoedema. Patients . . .
What does our service offer?
Our team are here to help you deal with the emotional and psychological side effects . . .
The Macmillan Information and Support Centre at St George’s Hospital provides free, confidential information and support for anyone affected . . .
St George’s Hospital is the major trauma centre for the south west London and Surrey trauma network covering a . . .
When patients do not attend their clinic appointments, and don’t tell us in advance, it has a huge impact . . .
Welcome to St George’s Maternity Services.
Congratulations on your pregnancy! We hope you will choose to have your baby . . .
Including Dentistry and Oral Surgery
The Maxillofacial Unit provides a comprehensive range of services to correct problems with the face . . .
Mechanical thrombectomy is a treatment for stroke that removes clots that block large blood vessels. Some patients may be candidates . . .
Medical Microbiology services at St George’s Hospital are now part of South West London Pathology which is a partnership . . .
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The South West London Metastatic Spinal Cord Compression (MSCC) Service is based at St George’s Hospital and provides a . . .
If you have a minor injury or simple illness you can attend the Queen Mary’s Hospital Minor Injuries Unit . . .
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We provide a comprehensive service for disorders that can be diagnosed by DNA testing. The . . .
The Atkinson Morley Movement Disorders Group provides assessment, diagnosis and treatment for people with movement disorders.
Movement disorders are conditions . . .
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is an imaging tool that uses a powerful magnet to scan your body. The MRI scan . . .
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects nerves in the brain and spinal cord, causing a wide range of symptoms including problems with . . .
Queen Mary’s Hospital offers musculoskeletal interface clinics for the assessment of spinal, lower and upper limb conditions by a . . .
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Neonatal Surgical . . .
We diagnose and provide the highest standards of care and treatment to patients with every type of brain or spinal . . .
The neuro-ophthalmology department undertakes diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting neurological control of the visual system, including vision, control . . .
The Neuro Intensive Care Unit provides a tertiary referral neuroscience acute level of care with physiological monitoring, neurological supportive therapies . . .
The St George’s Hospital Atkinson Morley Neurosurgical Unit is a leading UK centre for both adult and paediatric neurosurgery . . .
The Neurology department specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the nervous system – including the brain, spinal cord . . .
This page contains will give an overview about audit and quality improvement projects within the regional neurosciences network . . .
The Neurology therapy team at St George’s Hospital is based within the Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre. The therapy . . .
The neuromuscular unit provides a specialist multi-disciplinary approach to the clinical management of neuromuscular disorders for patients from across . . .
The neuropathology service performs expert and fast nervous system and muscle diagnostic procedures by examining central nervous system biopsy tissue . . .
The neurophysiology service uses innovative procedures to record and interpret electrical signals from the nervous system to diagnose and assess . . .
The St George’s neuroradiology service performs advanced imaging techniques for the diagnosis and treatment of neurological conditions, including stroke . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust neurorehabilitation services have exceptional staffing and equipment and provide specialist care not . . .
We have a bookings centre within Neurosciences at St George’s Hospital in order to facilitate a more streamlined . . .
The St George’s Hospital neurosurgery department provides a comprehensive service for the diagnosis and treatment of disorders affecting the . . .
The Neurosurgery therapy department at St George’s Hospital is based within the Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre. The Neurosurgery . . .
The functional urology team specialises in the assessment and treatment of problems of the continence mechanism and the bladder commonly . . .
Have you given birth in an operating theatre at St George’s?
We’d like to work with you to . . .
What is Experience based Co-Design?
EBCD involves gathering experiences from patients and staff through in-depth interviewing, observations and . . .
At St George’s we provide specialist care for the smallest and sickest babies, including those that are born prematurely . . .
What is the SAFE test?
The SAFE test is a non-invasive prenatal test (NIPT), which evaluates the chance of . . .
Imaging is provided by three Siemens SPECT gamma cameras, PET/CT scanning is currently provided via a mobile scanner. Radionuclide . . .
Food is one of the fundamentals of life; this fact becomes even more important when patients are in hospital. Dieticians . . .
The St George’s Maternity Unit is a tertiary referral centre for pregnant women with complex pregnancies. The Unit comprises . . .
The obstetric neurology clinic provides specialist care for pregnant women with existing neurological conditions, such as epilepsy and multiple sclerosis . . .
The Occupational Health Service recognises that its employees are its greatest asset. Our goal is the prevention of work-related . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust occupational therapists help patients whose independence or ability to live a normal . . .
St George’s provides primary care and substance misuse healthcare services at HMP Wandsworth. HMP Wandsworth is a category B . . .
The St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust oncology service treats over 500 new patients a year, providing anti . . .
Ophthalmology (eye) services are provided at St George’s Hospital by Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Moorfields is the . . .
The Orthodontic Department offers services to patients with complex dental problems. Orthodontics is the treatment of wrongly aligned and misplaced . . .
Based at Queen Mary’s hospital for more than 30 years, the Orthotic Clinical Service aims to provide a comprehensive . . .
Clinics are held in a number of different locations across the hospital. The letter confirming your outpatient appointment will tell . . .
The HIV outpatient service has consistently met all its quality standards and ranked above London average for clinical outcomes. HIV . . .
The Outpatient Parenteral Antimicrobial Therapy (OPAT) Team provides a service to allow early discharge of medically stable patients . . .
The outpatient physiotherapy service is one of the largest physiotherapy providers in Roehampton, Putney and south west London offering extensive . . .
Orthotics clinic at Queen Mary’s Hospital
The orthotics clinic is a multidisciplinary clinic run by a physiotherapist and an . . .
There are more than 1,000 outpatient clinics at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust each week where . . .
Please read the leaflet below which explains who has the right to free hospital treatment under the National Health Service . . .
A weekly outpatient service to assess supplemental oxygen requirement is run by specially trained senior nurses. Outpatient follow-up, domiciliary . . .
St George’s NHS Trust Paediatric Allergy Service offers a Consultant-led, comprehensive multidisciplinary assessment, investigation and management of children . . .
The department of paediatric anaesthesia consists of 13 consultant paediatric anaesthetists, providing a 24 hour dedicated paediatric anaesthesia service to . . .
St George’s Children’s Department works closely with the Children’s Cardiology Department at Evelina Children’s Hospital to . . .
The paediatric dentistry team at St Georges provides a comprehensive service to improve the oral health care of infants, children . . .
St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust treats children and adolescents for growth, endocrine and diabetes problems. The endocrine service sees . . .
The paediatric gastroenterology service at St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust provides care for children and adolescents with the full . . .
The General Paediatric Medicine service is a comprehensive consultant led service managing a range of common childhood conditions. There are . . .
The paediatric haematology service provides a personal, consultant led service and investigates a wide range of haematological conditions including anaemias . . .
The paediatric service is for children of all ages and young persons who have suspected hearing problems.
Age-appropriate hearing . . .
The paediatric infectious diseases unit (PIDU) at St George’s Hospital provides a regional service for the care of children . . .
The paediatric neurodevelopmental, neurodisability and epilepsy service is well established and offers a child-centred, consultant led service. It is . . .
We provide a comprehensive tertiary neurology service for patients from the newborn period up until 16 years (for new referrals . . .
The Department has three paediatric neurosurgeons, Samantha Hettige, Simon Stapleton and Andrew Martin. They manage a large variety of emergency . . .
This outpatient service is for the assessment and treatment of general orthopaedic problems in children. These orthopaedic conditions may have . . .
Outpatient children’s services offers a variety of paediatric medical and surgical clinics.
On site . . .
Children’s Dragon Centre Outpatient Clinics
We offer a comprehensive and variety of Children and Adolescent medical and surgical clinics . . .
Clinical Psychologists are trained in the understanding of how people thinks, feel and behave, and in the Paediatric Psychology Service . . .
The rapid referral clinic is a rapid access general paediatric outpatient clinic for children aged 0-16 years who require . . .
St Georges has a developing respiratory and asthma service providing support for children from Wandsworth, Merton and south west Thames . . .
In August 2012, we reviewed our elective surgery admission process for Children from a child’s perspective. This was a . . .
St George’s has one of the busiest paediatric urology services in the United Kingdom and London. As well as . . .
We are a highly specialised team of doctors and nurses whose aim is to ensure that patients at St George . . .
Parkinson’s is a progressive neurological condition.
People with Parkinson’s don’t have enough of a chemical called dopamine . . .
Pathology services at St George’s Hospital are now part of South West London Pathology which is a partnership set . . .
We believe that people affected by cancer including cancer patients treated at St George’s (both current and previous), family . . .
What can I expect?
Following your consultation with the surgeon, if surgery is indicated, you will be placed on a . . .
If you are having a surgical operation or procedure you may require an anaesthetic, but what does this really mean . . .
We aim to provide information to help you to manage your symptoms better. Please read through the appropriate leaflet below . . .
Patient information Leaflets
Children’s Anaesthetic (PDF)
Managing your Child’s Pain: Information for parents and carers(PDF)
Guide for . . .
Acetabular reconstruction . . .
Andrology a urological subspecialty specialising in problems of the male reproductive system. Conditions include erectile dysfunction, urethral stricture disease and . . .
St George’s pharmacy department provides and supervises the use of all medicines prescribed within the Trust. This key role . . .
Changes to Phlebotomy services
‘Walk in’ phlebotomy tests for patients referred by their GPs will no longer be provided at . . .
The physiotherapy outpatients department is one of the largest physiotherapy providers in South London offering extensive treatment facilities for the . . .
Assessment and treatment of foot and ankle problems including injection therapy and surgery e.g. toe/foot deformity, hallux valgus . . .
A podiatrist (also known as a chiropodist) is a health professional who deals with the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation . . .
All adult critical care areas in the hospital are busy. However, we should see ourselves as a learning organisation and . . .
When will I be seen after I go home?
Once you are discharged from hospital, you will be referred to . . .
After you have had your baby, you may be transferred to Gwillim Ward, a dedicated postnatal ward.
Gwillim is located . . .
The pre-operative care centre (POCC) is a facility, designed to enhance quality of care and improve the experience for . . .
The Anaesthetic Assessment Clinic is run by a team of Consultant anaesthetists, preoperative nurses and healthcare assistants. It was established . . .
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What are Professional Midwifery Advocates (PMA)?
The aim of Professional Midwifery Advocates (PMA) is to support midwives in their clinical . . .
Prostate cancer is the common cancer in men. At St George’s Hospital we offer men suspected to have prostate . . .
A prosthetic service has been available at Queen Mary’s Hospital since the First World War. It has developed into . . .
Cardiac Output Monitoring: Validation Studies-how Results Should be Presented. Odor PM, Bampoe S, Cecconi M. Curr Anesthesiol Rep. 2017 . . .
The Pulmonary Hypertension Service at St George’s is developing rapidly. This service provides diagnosis, treatment, long term support and . . .
Many patients with long-term respiratory conditions who attend a structured pulmonary rehabilitation programme can make significant improvements in walking . . .
The Radiology Department provides comprehensive and extensive diagnostic and interventional radiological services to St George’s Hospital, PCTs and other . . .
Nurse-led clinic for patients with suspected stable angina (new onset, exertional chest pain relieved by rest); Patients with known . . .
After your operation you should always follow the advice given by the staff looking after you, which will help you . . .
People with sickle cell disease can often experience chronic (long term) pain between crises. If you think this applies to . . .
As a tertiary referral centre for major hand trauma surgery, St George’s Healthcare is able to provide patients with . . .
Part of the Douglas Bader Rehabilitation Centre, the Vitali Unit provides the necessary outpatient services, clinics and resources . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides a complete range of inpatient and outpatient nephrology services for those . . .
Kidney cancer, also known as renal cancer, is the eighth most common cancer in the UK. Patients may not always . . .
Research and conferences
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s cardiothoracic department is part of the Department of . . .
The Critical Care Directorate of St George’s Hospital is world renowned for its research and educational activities.
Our scientific . . .
The Adult Critical Care Directorate at St George’s is actively involved in research, and we are pleased to be . . .
The neonatal unit at St George’s is actively involved in research, and we are pleased to be able to . . .
The respiratory team aim to provide a high quality, consultant led chest clinic.
Diagnosis, treatment and management of . . .
The Outpatient Respiratory Physiotherapy service offers individual one-to-one appointments to help you manage your respiratory condition.
We see . . .
Restorative Dentistry provides consultation and treatment services for a range of oral diseases and injuries. This is strictly limited to . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Rheumatology Department provides a local and regional outpatients service, caring for patients . . .
The dedicated Sarcoidosis and ILD weekly clinic offers a state-of-the-art evaluation and treatment programme. The core service . . .
The School Nursing service has a reputation for delivering visible, confidential and accessible services to all school age children in . . .
Senior health is the branch of general medicine concerned with the clinical, preventive, remedial and social aspects of illness of . . .
What is sickle cell disease and what is thalassaemia?
Sickle cell disease and thalassaemia are lifelong, inherited disorders that affect . . .
A large number of patients are referred to the department who require simple spinal procedures. Simple spinal surgery involves decompressing . . .
There are two clinics a week dedicated to the assessment and investigation of patients with sleep-disordered breathing. We undertake . . .
The SWL (South West London) Bowel Cancer Screening Centre
The SWL Bowel Cancer Screening Centre (BCSC) is located within the . . .
The South West London Breast Screening Service provides breast screening, using breast x-rays (mammograms) for women registered with a . . .
The special schools nursing service aims to provide open access to a nursing service for children and young people with . . .
The Special seating service is for clients, both children and adults, with complex postural and mobility problems who are unable . . .
Clinical infection, dermatology, gastroenterology, hepatology, genetics and rheumatology.
The Specialist Spasticity Management Service (SSMS) is a specialist service offering a comprehensive team approach for the management of spasticity . . .
We are a team of Speech and Language Therapists and assistants who provide a child and family centred approach.
We . . .
Speech and language therapists work with patients who have impaired speech, language or voice problems, or a combination of these . . .
Spinal deformity (scoliosis and kyphosis)
Degenerate spinal conditions (disc prolapse, spinal stenosis . . .
The anaesthesia team at St George’s and affiliated hospitals within SW London and Surrey provide training for anaesthetic trainees . . .
Drop into our new stop smoking support service at Queen Mary’s Hospital for a chat with our friendly expert . . .
The Stroke service is part of the Neurology Department at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and is . . .
Children’s, general, maxillofacial, plastic, pre-operative and vascular surgery.
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Who we are
Our team of Physiotherapists is highly skilled with a broad range of experience. We are committed to . . .
Steve qualified as a Physiotherapist in 1983. He has a MSc in Health Promotion and is qualified in . . .
Therapy Services at St George’s Hospital are based around an integrated focus with multi-professional teams designed around patient . . .
Welcome to the St Georges Therapies courses webpage.
We have been delivering high quality education to clinicians of all levels . . .
The Special Schools Therapy team provides assessment and intervention for children in special schools in Wandsworth. These are:
Linden Lodge . . .
Thoracic surgery involves operations on all parts of the chest including the chest wall and the contents of the chest . . .
What can I expect?
Most patients will have met the consultant thoracic surgeon at the surgical outpatients at St George . . .
The tinnitus and hyperacusis service is for children and adults who have difficulty coping with tinnitus (noises in the ears . . .
The St George’s Tic Disorder Clinic is one of the largest in the country and the only one that . . .
St George’s Hospital is one of four major trauma centres in London, covering a diverse population in the south . . .
Orthopaedic physiotherapy and occupational therapy specialises in the treatment of patients who are admitted to hospital due to a traumatic . . .
Orthopaedic surgeons deal with traumatic injuries to the bones and joints and diseases of the skeleton, the commonest of which . . .
The St George’s Hospital emergency department is a regional specialist centre that treats the most severely ill emergency patients . . .
Surgery on the heart valve involves repair or replacement of the damaged valve or valves. An operation to repair a . . .
The team use a range of evidence-based research and clinical expertise to ensure your treatment is individually tailored and . . .
A treatment plan will be decided between you and your therapist in response to your assessment and goals. Treatments we . . .
What is trigeminal neuralgia (TGN)?
‘Sudden, severe, brief stabbing pain which occurs in attacks, typically of a few . . .
All outpatient referrals to the TB service are reviewed by the TB consultant and/or a specialist TB nurse within . . .
About Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC):
Every month, 10 babies are born in the UK with TSC. An estimated 1 million . . .
Ultrasound imaging uses high frequency sound waves to produce pictures of the inside of the body. Ultrasound examinations do not . . .
Shoulder and elbow arthroplasty
Shoulder arthroscopic porcedures
Upper limb trauma
Complex high energy wrist . . .
We have extensive experience in the management of upper limb venous occlusion and thoracic outlet syndrome. Acute venous thrombosis is . . .
The subspecialty service at St George’s Hospital remains in a period of suspension following the departure of our clinical . . .
The Urology Department provides acute and elective services to St Georges Hospitals and to an extensive tertiary network of NHS, private and overseas hospitals. Within its cancer network, it has the largest number of cancer patients in the Trust. Cutting edge surgical technology, including the Da Vinci® robot, are employed to deliver a high standard of care to patients with kidney, bladder and prostate cancer. European recognised robotic centre. The penile cancer team has the largest network of its kind in the UK and has the largest contemporaneous series of penile cancer patients worldwide.
If you need an x-ray, ultrasound, MRI or CT scan the doctor will send a request to the . . .
At St Georges Vascular Unit, we provide patients with a ‘one-stop’ service for the assessment of varicose veins. Each . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Vascular Institute is a specialist unit providing diagnosis and surgical treatment of . . .
St George’s is the leading centre for endovascular aneurysm surgery and is a tertiary referral centre for all areas . . .
Vascular neurosurgery involves the treatment of abnormalities of blood vessels of the brain and spinal cord. Some examples are brain . . .
The Vestibular team consists of Audiological Physicians, Clinical Scientists and Audiologists who work closely alongside ENT, Neurology and Physiotherapy departments . . .
Welcome to the maternity services virtual tour. For those who have booked, or are hoping to book to deliver at . . .
Saying thank you
We hope that your experience at St George’s is good. We love to hear your feedback . . .
If you have been referred by your GP through the two week rule process and you have been called to . . .
The service provides wheelchairs, buggies, pressure distributing cushions and associated special seating for people of all ages with a permanent . . .
The Breast Service at St George’s Hospital is a comprehensive, multi-disciplinary team which is based predominantly within the . . .
The Women’s and Men’s Health Physiotherapy team provide a specialist service, treating both inpatients and outpatients.
Conditions we . . .
General x-ray is provided by five x-ray rooms. There is one dedicated Paediatric room. Adult and Paediatric Fluoroscopy . . .
When a GP refers a patient to the hospital, this request is received by the Central Booking Service which logs . . .
We look forward to caring for you throughout your pregnancy. In this section you will find information about all the . . .
Please come to the reception desk to check in.
Bring appropriate clothing, as you may require to remove some clothing . . .