News and events


Temporary closure of Urgent Treatment Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton

As part of our response to the Covid-19 outbreak, we decided on 30 March to temporarily close the Urgent Treatment Centre (UTC) at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton (formerly known as Minor Injury Unit). This decision has been made to protect patients, staff and the public. If you urgently need medical …

30 Jul 2020


St George’s gets Gold Award for supporting the Armed Forces Community!

St George’s has been named as one of the most supportive organisations for Britain’s Armed Forces across the entire private and public sectors in an announcement today (30 July 2020).

30 Jul 2020


“I see and work with people who are passionate about the Trust’s progress” – interview with Bassey Williams, staff governor

We have been meeting with our governors to learn more about the important role they play at the Trust. Bassey Williams is one of our staff governors, representing Allied Health Professionals and other Clinical and Technical staff. Bassey told us why she wanted to become a governor and how proud …

30 Jul 2020


Cancer patient praises St George’s for excellent care

A patient who is currently undergoing cancer treatment has thanked staff at St George’s for the excellent care she’s received over the past five years.

28 Jul 2020


Meet the Chief Nurse online at our careers webinar

Join us to find out about nursing careers here at St George’s in a special webinar and Q&A session hosted by our Chief Nursing Officer Robert Bleasdale in early August.

17 Jul 2020


New episode of 24 Hours in A&E: Remembrance Day…

The award-winning 24 hours in A&E returns with a series of compilations featuring some of the most memorable staff and patient stories filmed since 2011 at King’s College Hospital and St George’s in South London – places where life, love and loss unfold every day.

14 Jul 2020


New episode of 24 Hours in A&E: In Safe Hands…

This episode follows the stories of people who have tried to shield their loved ones from harm, exploring the strength and sacrifices parents will go through in order to protect their children.

7 Jul 2020


World-first Twins Trust centre launches at St George’s

The world-first Twins Trust Centre for Research and Clinical Excellence at St George’s Fetal Medicine Unit will demonstrate that it is one of the best providers of care for multiple pregnancies and offer support to other units throughout the UK.

6 Jul 2020


New study analyses impact of Covid-19 on pregnant women

A study into the effect of SARS-CoV-2 in pregnancy has provided reassurance for pregnant women and their babies.

3 Jul 2020


Pre-eclampsia reduced by 25% at St George’s as rate increases elsewhere

A team of fetal medicine specialists, led by Professor Basky Thilaganathan at St George’s, have successfully implemented the UK’s first pre-eclampsia screening programme resulting in the reduction of pre-eclampsia by almost 25% at St George’s as the rate elsewhere continues to increase.

2 Jul 2020


New episode of 24 Hours in A&E: Never Let Me Go…

This episode follows the stories of families who have endured life-changing tragedy, exploring how grief shapes the lives of those affected.

30 Jun 2020


Improvement works underway to upgrade our Cardiac Catheter Laboratories

Vital improvement work is now underway to improve the Cardiac Catheter Laboratories in Atkinson Morley wing at St George’s. The work involves a major refurbishment of our labs, which will ensure St George’s is equipped with the latest, state of the art diagnostic and interventional cardiology equipment. To enable the …

26 Jun 2020


Black Lives Matter

Today (Thursday 25 June), members of our Trust Board took the knee ahead of their monthly meeting in solidarity with the Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic (BAME) community, and Black Lives Matter. The disproportionate impact of Covid-19 on people from a BAME background, alongside recent events at home and abroad, …

25 Jun 2020


New episode of 24 Hours in A&E: Someone to Lean On…

The RTS award-winning documentary series returns for a twenty first series following patients treated in the same 24-hour period at St George’s in south west London.

23 Jun 2020


“I was asked to be a governor by the consultant who saved my life” – interview with Mia Bayles, Governor

As part of our series of interviews with the Trust’s governors, we spoke with Mia Bayles, who represents the rest of England. Mia has been a governor since 2013 and was one of the first people elected following our move to Foundation Trust status. She told us about why she …

23 Jun 2020