News and events
St George’s has been rated as Requires Improvement overall by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The Trust is no longer rated Inadequate following inspection in March and April 2018.
19 Jul 2018 | Tags: CQC
St George’s is in the top 10 Trusts in England for participation in life science industry research with a total of 1,022 participants between April 2017 and March 2018, representing a 170% increase to 2016/17.
Well done to Jane Burdett and volunteers from the Molly’s Smile Fund for raising over £3,000 at The Wimbledon Club. Molly’s Smile Fund was set up in memory of Molly Burdett, who died aged 19 of hemophagocytic lymphohistiocytosis, a rare blood immune disorder. Molly spent 44 days in our General …
18 Jul 2018
Congratulations to Professor Heather Jarman, Consultant Nurse for Emergency Care at St George’s, on winning an RCNi Nurse Award.
12 Jul 2018
Seven members of our staff, and 23 in total including St George’s, University of London staff, have been recognised in the annual academic promotions.
12 Jul 2018
Ellie Edwards, 21, was rushed to St George’s for an emergency thrombectomy when she had a stroke following a rugby match earlier this year (4 February).
A range of events and activities were organised as a way for our staff, patients and the local community to celebrate the 70th birthday of the NHS.
6 Jul 2018
St George’s Hospital has undergone a major overhaul of its energy facilities which will reduce annual carbon emissions by 6,000 tonnes, the same amount produced by 3,000 cars.
2 Jul 2018
A team of more than 30 people, led by Dr Asma Khalil, delivered quadruplets for the first time in 13 years at St George’s last week.
Chris Keogh, 27, required emergency surgery after dislocating his neck playing football. He’s now set a ‘positive list’ to act as a starting point to his new life.