News and events
The next episode (18) of the award-winning medical documentary “24 Hours in A&E” is nearly here! It’s due to be aired on Wednesday, 17 February, at 9pm on Channel 4.
Hyper Acute Stroke Unit receives an ‘A’ grade in the recent national stroke audit for quality of care
St George’s continues to focus on improving the care for patients with stroke. In the latest published SSNAP (Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme) quarterly report, the Hyper Acute Stroke Unit (HASU) is now rated an A grade.
Are you excited about the next episode (no 17) of the ’24 Hours in A&E’ as much as we are? The show is back with a bang is on Wednesday, 10th of February on Channel 4 at 9pm. Follow @StGeorgesTrust on Twitter for a countdown and live updates, but most importantly comment while you watch under #24HrsAE.
The Department of Health continued their negotiations with junior doctors but these talks broke down on Monday 4 January 2016 and the BMA confirmed industrial action by junior doctors on the following day: 08:00 to 17:00 Wednesday 10 February (full walk-out)
5 Feb 2016
In response to the article published by the HSJ today in to the independent report by PwC ‘Forensic review and assessment at a Glance and Recommendations’, St George’s response is as follows: The period covered in the report is now more than a year ago. A great deal has changed …
4 Feb 2016
Look away it’s a spoiler! The next episode (no 16) of the ’24 Hours in A&E’ is on Wednesday, 3rd of February, at 9pm on Channel 4. Get those tissues out, follow @StGeorgesTrust and #24HrsAE. Enjoy the show!
The next episode 15 of the award-winning TV series “24 Hours in A&E” is back on this Wednesday, 27th January. We can now reveal its title – “Stiff Upper Lip”. We hope you will be watching with us and tweeting @StGeorgesTrust under the hashtag #24HrsAE. The kick off is at 9pm on Channel 4.
Having support in one of life’s moments is so important as this episode demonstrates. 52-year-old retired firefighter John is rushed to A&E by helicopter after being accidently hit in the face by a golf club. The golf club hit him so hard that it snapped. John lost consciousness and is in an induced coma.
The next episode (13) of the award-winning medical documentary “24 Hours in A&E” will be aired on January 13th at 9pm on Channel 4. It will feature neurologist Mahinda Yogarajah, ENP Maria Priestland and ENP Helen Soloman.
With more than 130 entries submitted across the Health Innovation Network & Health Education South London Innovation Grants & Recognition Awards programme this year, the Inpatient Surgical Team received a Recognition Award. David McCall, Tissue Viability Nurse spoke regarding the award saying: “I am very proud of the work undertaken …
The Endoscopy Unit at Queen Mary’s has recently been awarded JAG accreditation which is an accreditation awarded to endoscopy departments that are able to demonstrate a safe, patient centred and efficient service.
You’re never too young or too old to visit A&E and this episode has examples of people from 3-41 years old who end up in A&E much to their surprise.
This week’s episode focuses on patients and families whose good humour and positivity helps them to cope in tough circumstances. Life can often deal out tough hands to people but with the right frame of mind, it’s possible to rise above very difficult situations. This episode proves it. 84-year-old Paula …
The next episode of ’24 Hours in A&E’ will be aired next Wednesday, 23rd December, on Channel 4 at 9pm. It is about fathers and sons, their intertwining relationships and an over-riding emotion of people rushed to A & E is fear and confusion.