News and events
We have taken the decision today to temporarily transfer the operations of a small number of patients requiring the most complex cardiac surgery to other London hospitals.
10 Sep 2018
The mother of a young doctor who died unexpectedly at St George’s is encouraging others to follow her daughter’s example and talk to their family about organ donation.
7 Sep 2018
Well done to our Queen Mary’s prostate cancer team and our Emergency Department team for being shortlisted within the Acute Sector Innovation category of the prestigious Health Service Journal (HSJ) Awards. The awards are one of the largest celebrations of healthcare excellence in the world, recognising and promoting the finest …
6 Sep 2018
External independent panel to oversee response to challenges in cardiac surgery service at St George’s
St George’s is today (4 September) announcing extra steps to deal with the long-standing issues faced by its cardiac surgical service.
4 Sep 2018
Dr Shai Betteridge, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist at St George’s Hospital, has received the Practitioner of the Year Award from the Division of Neuropsychology – a division of the British Psychological Society. Dr Betteridge is Head of Clinical Neuropsychology and Clinical Health Psychology Department, managing adult psychology services across the Trust. Nominating …
17 Aug 2018
Professor Keith Willett, Director of Acute Care at NHS England, visited our stroke service to find out more about the care we provide for patients.
10 Aug 2018
Research published this week by New England Journal of Medicine, the world’s leading medical research journal.
9 Aug 2018
Last weekend, there was extensive coverage in the media about cardiac surgery at St George’s Hospital. The media coverage focused on the findings of Professor Mike Bewick’s independent review of cardiac surgery commissioned by the Trust. His review found that our cardiac surgeons ‘were working in camps’ and that there …
9 Aug 2018
A new online course to educate healthcare professionals about organ donation has been co-created by Professor Hannah Cock following her experience of her son, Alfie, being an organ donor in 2016 aged nine.
We are expecting reports in the media on Saturday (4 August) about cardiac surgery at St George’s Hospital. Ahead of this, we want to reassure patients and their families that our cardiac surgery services are safe – and anyone scheduled to visit St George’s for cardiac surgery should continue to …
3 Aug 2018