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Can’t find the service you’re looking for? Contact the eRS Team at St George’s for service enquiries on 0208 725 4257/4957.
Referrers can email our friendly scheduling team between 9.00 and 17.00 at firstname.lastname@example.org
For enquiries related to patient specific eRS appointment requests contact our Central Booking Service on 0208 725 0007
Any correspondence regarding patients already within the St George’s system, i.e. letters to consultants, can be sent to this email and will be distributed to the appropriate team: email@example.com
Exemptions to e-Referral
The following services are exempt from e-referral and should continue to be referred to in the usual way:
e-Referral Service exclusions
|Service/department||How to send referrals||How to contact us|
|Allied Healthcare Professional/Nurse/Psychologist (excludes Physiotherapy)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Brysson Whyte Rehabilitation Unit at Queen Mary's Hospitalemail@example.com|
|Diagnostics at The Nelson Health Centrefirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Douglas Bader Gymnasium at Queen Mary's Hospitalemail@example.com|
|Endoscopy - flexible sigmoidoscopy and Gastroscopy- at Queen Mary's Hospital||Stgh-tr.Qmhendoscopydirectaccess@nhs.net|
|Frenulotomy (tongue tie division)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Gynaecology Pelvic Ultrasoundemail@example.com|
|Neuro Rapid Access clinic (For referrals to the acute neurology clinic (Please note NOT for rapid access spinal/neurosurgery referrals.)||firstname.lastname@example.org|
|Nutrition and Dietetics Community Service for adult and paediatric email@example.com|
|Paediatric “Hot Clinic” (previously known as Paediatric Rapid Access/Referral Clinic)||stgh-tr.PaediatricRRC@nhs.net|
|Physiotherapy- non MSK and non Wandsworth GP- Adultsfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|Physiotherapy – community and non-community Paediatrics||CDCreferrals@nhs.net|
|Rheumatology Bone Densitometry||stgh-tr.SGHdexascans@nhs.net|
|South West London MSCC Service- (Metastatic spinal cord compression)||email@example.com|
|Spasticity service, Queen Mary's Hospitalfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|St John's Day Hospitalemail@example.com|
|Wandsworth Community Neuro team and St John's therapy centre ( including Falls and Bone Health Team )||stgh-tr.TherapyReferrals@nhs.net|
|Wheelchair services - Roehamptonfirstname.lastname@example.org|
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.
Why we are using the NHS e-Referral Service
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 defer to provider.
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.
What is Critical Care ?
Critical Care (or Intensive Care Medicine) is the medical specialty that takes care of the most . . .
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 . . .
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The Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre at St George’s Hospital is an internationally renowned unit for neurology, neurosurgery, neurorehabilitation . . .
The Audiology and Audiovestibular Medicine team deals with the diagnosis and management of hearing (auditory) and balance (vestibular) disorders.
Since . . .
Please note: patients should continue to attend their breast screening appointments unless contacted by the Trust. Breast screening appointments are . . .
St George’s is uniquely placed in south west London as a Cancer Centre, providing high quality, patient centred diagnostics . . .
What is cardiac sarcoidosis?
Sarcoidosis is a disease that leads to inflammation and clustering of immune system cells in various . . .
St George’s is home to one of the largest cardiac (heart) centres in the south east of England.
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In conjunction with the regional stroke unit, the St George’s Vascular Institute offers a comprehensive service for patients with . . .
The Chaplaincy-Spiritual Care Team is here for everyone.
We are a multi-faith, multi-denominational team who offer spiritual . . .
The Respiratory Department at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust is one of the largest of its kind . . .
St Georges University Hospital has a long and proud history in providing specialist children’s services from the days of . . .
The Clinical Perfusion department provides Clinical Perfusion services to the Adult Cardiothoracic Unit at St. George’s University Hospitals NHS . . .
What is clinical pharmacology and therapeutics?
Clinical pharmacology is the science of drugs and therapeutics is the safe and effective . . .
Combined first trimester screening
NIPT (non-invasive prenatal testing)
Chorionic villous sampling . . .
We provide a full range of community services to patients for people who live and work in Wandsworth, making sure . . .
The Day Surgery Unit allows you to be admitted to St George’s Hospital for surgery for a procedure and . . .
Dentistry comprises three departments: Restorative Dentistry, Orthodontics and Paediatric (Children’s) Dentistry, and works closely with the Oral and Maxillofacial . . .
Diabetes and Endocrinology departments are at St George’s Hospital, Queen Mary’s Hospital and also at St John’s . . .
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St George’s Hospital’s busy, modern Emergency Department provides a 24-hour emergency service, 365 days a year, and sees around 150,000 patients.
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The Emergency Department (ED) at St George’s leads and participates in a number of . . .
Department Of Genetics
Lower Ground Floor
From Tooting Broadway (Northern . . .
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Gastroenterology and Hepatology Department specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of . . .
General medicine is the medical specialty concerned with the diagnosis, management and non-surgical treatment of unusual or serious diseases . . .
The Gynaecology service investigates, diagnoses and treats conditions related to women’s reproductive health.
We provide specialist care and clinics . . .
If you are travelling abroad with haemophilia it is always useful to be aware of the nearest haemophilia centre.
European . . .
Welcome to the Hand Therapy team at St Georges Hospital.
Hand therapy is the art and science of evaluating and . . .
The Hand Unit is a GOLD rated department. We were the first outpatient area to secure gold in the ward . . .
The cardiothoracic unit heart valve centre is a multidisciplinary group of cardiologists, echocardiographers, radiologists, anaesthetists and surgeons, proficient in diagnosing . . .
The Wandsworth Integrated Sexual Health (WISH) service
Please note: From 1 October 2017, responsibility for the running of Wandsworth . . .
This is a tertiary referral national service providing expert assessment, diagnosis, treatment and continued support for those with lymphoedema. Patients . . .
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ALL other times
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Welcome to St George’s Maternity Unit. We look forward to caring for you and your baby during your pregnancy . . .
Welcome to our Mental Health and Wellbeing webpage – a central resource for all issues related to mental health and wellbeing . . .
Welcome to the St Georges Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy Department. Physiotherapy focuses on restoring movement, strength and function in people with musculoskeletal . . .
The Occupational Health Service recognises that its employees are its greatest asset. Our goal is the prevention of work-related . . .
St George’s provided primary care and substance misuse healthcare services at HMP Wandsworth until August 2019.
On 1 September . . .
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 . . .
St George’s pharmacy department provides and supervises the use of all medicines prescribed within the Trust. This key role . . .
Below you will find useful links to information in relation to pregnancy and mental health.
Anxiety UK – advice and helpline . . .
Welcome to our information pages on prehabilitation at St Georges.
Prehabilitation is all about good preparation for your body and . . .
St George’s welcomes private patients from the UK and abroad. We offer a wide range of advanced treatments and . . .
After your operation you should always follow the advice given by the staff looking after you, which will help you . . .
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 . . .
Senior health is a branch of General medicine that is concerned with the clinical, preventative, remedial and social aspects of . . .
COVID-19 rapid guideline: managing the long-term effects of COVID-19 . . .
Clinical infection, dermatology, gastroenterology, hepatology, genetics and rheumatology.
At St George’s Training Centre we are lucky enough to have access to a large multidisciplinary team of national . . .
Smoking is the leading cause of preventable death and illness, with second hand smoke causing significant short and longer . . .
Children’s, general, maxillofacial, plastic, pre-operative and vascular surgery.
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Therapy Services at St George’s Hospital are based around an integrated focus with multi-professional teams designed around patient . . .
Thoracic surgery involves operations on all parts of the chest including the chest wall and the contents of the chest . . .
Orthopaedic surgeons deal with traumatic injuries to the bones and joints and diseases of the skeleton, the commonest of which . . .
Surgery on the heart valve involves repair or replacement of the damaged valve or valves. An operation to repair a . . .
COVID-19 guidance for people living with TSC
About Tuberous Sclerosis Complex (TSC):
Every month, 10 babies are born in . . .
The Twins Trust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence is a collaboration between St George’s and the Twins Trust . . .
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.
A list of all St George’s vacancies can be found on:
The NHS Jobs website . . .
Who we are
The Wandsworth Children’s Social Services Occupational Therapy (CSS OT) service is a statutory service for children . . .