News and events
The Trust’s Renal Unit was among charity workers and community heroes honoured at an awards night held by the Balham and Tooting Community Association.
5 Dec 2016
A sneak peek in to this Wednesday’s 30 November heart-warming and heart-breaking episode “Never say Die”
Eighty-year-old Frances is rushed to St George’s by air ambulance after she fell from a height of three metres into her empty swimming pool while gardening. Consultant Rathan is concerned that a significant wound to her head caused by the depth of her fall may conceal a bleed on her brain that could have life changing consequences.
29 Nov 2016
A study led by a team at St George’s has shown that surgeons in England operate significantly less often on aortic aneurysms in the population than in the US, and that the death rate here in the UK for the condition is over twice that in the States.
The results have been published in the New England Journal of Medicine, which is one of the most influential medical journals in the world.
25 Nov 2016
Our non-emergency patient transport services are provided by G4S, an external company.
G4S provide non-emergency patient transport services for patients accessing treatment at St George’s, St John’s Therapy Centre and Trevelyan House
The GMB Union is planning three days of industrial action next week from 00.01 hours on Tuesday 22 November through to 23.59 hours on Thursday, 24 November.
21 Nov 2016
Wednesday 23 November Channel 4 at 9pm see’s fifty two year old Mark rushed to St George’s by air ambulance after a road traffic collision that threw him from his motorbike and left him suffering a cardiac arrest. Emergency doctors fight to keep him alive and when he arrives in A&E, Consultant Paul escalates his condition to ‘Code Red’ giving him an emergency blood transfusion.
21 Nov 2016
We are very pleased to announce that the first episode of the third series of ‘24 Hours in A&E’ filmed here at St George’s will air next Wednesday 16 November at 9pm on Channel 4.
With millions of viewers per episode and a growing international audience ’24 Hours in A&E still remains one of most popular TV shows in the UK.
16 Nov 2016 | Tags: 24 Hours A&E
Congratulations to Patricia McCutcheon for winning the Radiographer of the Year Award for the London region at the Society of Radiographers Annual Radiographer Awards at the House of Commons.
11 Nov 2016
Update issued at 12pm on 10 November 2016 Yesterday (9 November), three patients seriously injured in the tram incident in Croydon underwent surgery at St George’s. All three patients left theatre yesterday, and are continuing to be looked after by our surgical and medical teams. We are not planning to …
9 Nov 2016
The awards are hosted by the Health Innovation Network (HIN) and highlight the very best in health, care and education, and support the spread and adoption of innovations across local communities in south London. The ceremony took place on 3 November with awards presented by health and science writer Vivienne …
9 Nov 2016
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has been given an overall rating of Inadequate by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The CQC’s report – published today (Tuesday, 1 November) – follows an inspection of services provided by the Trust in June 2016.
1 Nov 2016
St George’s University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is bidding to reduce its waiting lists by reducing the number of people who don’t turn up for Outpatient appointments. Last year, more than 105,000 people*, around one in seven outpatients, didn’t turn up for their appointments at St George’s – and failed …
26 Oct 2016
We are delighted to announce that three new Non-Executive Directors (NEDS) have been appointed to our Board of Directors. Ann Beasley CBE and Stephen Collier joined us on 13 October. Gillian Norton, who has been an interim Non-Executive Director at the Trust for the last five months, has also been …
21 Oct 2016
St George’s is now the first hospital in the UK to have a fully staffed 24/7 thrombectomy service for acute stroke.
The service the Trust provides covers the south London area, as well as parts of Surrey and Kent.
Thrombectomy is a surgical procedure to remove blood clots blocking blood flow to the brain and restore blood flow to the affected area.
20 Oct 2016
At the end of September staff from the Neonatal Unit (NNU), Intensive Therapy Unit (ITU), Theatres and Maternity worked with patients to successfully explore ways to improve patient experience, using an innovative workshop approach – ‘Whose Shoes?’
13 Oct 2016
There is extensive coverage in the media today about potential changes to the way we look after patients from overseas who access our maternity services at St George’s. We want to briefly explain what changes are being proposed, and the steps we are taking to ensure patients continue to receive …
11 Oct 2016