Kids Deserve St George’s: children’s cancer services consultation
Children’s cancer services at St George’s Hospital
The future of children’s cancer services is changing as NHS England (London and South East regions) is deciding where a Principal Treatment Centre for children’s cancer services should be located.
This follows a national service specification in 2021, which sets out how children’s cancer services should be on the same site as a Paediatric Intensive Care Unit (PICU) and other specialised children’s services.
St George’s has been part of the current Principal Treatment Centre, alongside The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, for more than 25 years and our children’s services are rated Outstanding by the CQC.
We are the only site in south London that has an existing relationship with and already delivers paediatric oncology care with our partners, The Royal Marsden.
We already provide most of the specialist paediatric services that really matter for children with cancer, including paediatric intensive care, neurosurgery and much more.
Read the facts and figures as to why children’s cancer services should stay at St George’s.
That’s why we believe
You can read more from NHS England on why there is a need for change here and complete the consultation here.
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