News and events


New episode of 24 Hours in A&E: You’re all I need to get by…

During this episode – You’re all I need to get by – we see the stories of three patients during one 24 hour period.

23 Jul 2019


Fundraisers needed for charity skydive and Kilimanjaro trek

The charity supporting St George’s Atkinson Morley Wing is inviting people to take part in two once-in-a-lifetime fundraising events. The John King Brain Tumour Foundation fundraises for our Neurosurgery department. It was set up by Laura King whose husband John King sadly died following treatment for glioblastoma, a type of …

22 Jul 2019


St George’s trainee wins gold medal in national exams

Renna Mahsoub has recently completed her national orthodontic exam with the Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh) and scored the highest mark in her year. She has been awarded with a gold medal in recognition of her ‘outstanding and meritorious’ results. Since 2016, Renna has been on split rotation training with …

22 Jul 2019


Vascular Consultants Professor Peter Holt and Mr Paul Moxey elected to the council of the British Society of Endovascular Therapy

Congratulations to our Vascular Consultants Professor Peter Holt and Mr Paul Moxey who have recently been elected to the council of the British Society of Endovascular Therapy (BSET). This is a fantastic opportunity which allows Peter and Paul to be involved in shaping the future of the profession. BSET was …

22 Jul 2019


Congratulations to our Project SEARCH graduates

Congratulations to the seven graduates who completed their placements. They were presented with their certificates at a ceremony with mentors, friends and family. The graduates, aged between 18 and 25, started their placements at St George’s in September 2018 as part of Project SEARCH, a training programme that supports young …

22 Jul 2019


Professor Hannah Cock receives prestigious award

Congratulations to Professor Hannah Cock, who received the European Academy of Neurology (EAN) service award, for her outstanding contribution towards improvement and expansion of the educational activities of the EAN. Hannah is the first woman to have received the award since the EAN was founded in 2014 and she was …

22 Jul 2019


Richard Mycroft appointed Lead Governor

Richard Mycroft has been elected as the new Lead Governor for St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Richard, who has represented South West Lambeth as a St George’s Governor since 2017, takes over from Kathryn Harrison in the role. Governors have an important role in making Foundation Trusts better …

18 Jul 2019


Families saving lives through deceased organ donation at St George’s

New figures reveal there were 40 lifesaving deceased organ donors at St George’s last year, helping the UK reach its highest ever number of donors. As a result of these donations, 97 people received a life-saving transplant.

18 Jul 2019


New episode of 24 Hours in A&E: Fix you…

During this episode – Fix you – we see the stories of three patients during one 24 hour period.

16 Jul 2019


Isobel Connolly, Dietician in paediatric gastroenterology, wins prestigious dietitian recognition award

Isobel Connolly, Dietician in paediatric gastroenterology, has won a prestigious dietitian recognition award from Dr Falk-Pharma and Guts UK charity. She has been awarded this for her workplace initiative: the establishment of a dietetic-led clinic for the management of paediatric patients with coeliac disease (CD), and evaluation of the service …

15 Jul 2019


Dr Penny Neild awarded top honour

Congratulations to Dr Penny Neild, one of our Consultant Gastroenterologists, who was presented with the President’s Medal at the recent British Society of Gastroenterology (BSG) annual conference. The President’s Medal recognises a member of the profession for their outstanding contribution to the field of gastroenterology. Penny, who has worked at …

10 Jul 2019


New episode of 24 Hours in A&E: The kids are alright…

The RTS award-winning – and 2019 BAFTA nominated – documentary series is back with its 18th series on Channel 4. The hospital has one of the busiest A&E departments in Britain – under more pressure than ever. It’s a place where stories of life, love and loss unfold every day. During this …

9 Jul 2019


St George’s launches new membership strategy

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has this week launched a new membership strategy designed to encourage more local people to have a voice in the running of the services the Trust provides.

5 Jul 2019


Trust celebrates Armed Forces Day

The 26 June saw some of the Trust’s reservists and former members of the armed forces get together to celebrate Armed Forces Day and Reserves Day. Armed Forces Day took place on Saturday 29 June, and this celebration was organised as a way for the Trust to show their support …

4 Jul 2019


Rosie gets her St George’s dog-umentation!

Many of you will have seen Rosie, our resident pets as therapy dog, out and about at St George’s over the past few months. Last week she received a specially made Trust ID badge, from our Estates and Facilities team, as well as a Values Award for her and her …

4 Jul 2019