News and events
Statement on behalf of Ray Wilkins’ family It is with great sadness we announce that Raymond Colin Wilkins passed away this morning. We would like to thank St George’s staff for the amazing work they have done to care for our beloved Ray. We would also like to say thank …
4 Apr 2018
Home therapies (including peritoneal dialysis) and renal transplant clinics to transfer to Courtyard Clinic building at St George’s on 9 April
The home therapies (including peritoneal dialysis) and renal transplant clinics will transfer to the Courtyard Clinic building at St George’s Hospital on 9 April. The peritoneal dialysis clinic is currently provided out of Willow Annexe, and our renal transplant clinic is based in Atkinson Morley, both of which are also on the St George’s Hospital …
3 Apr 2018
Specialists at St George’s have operated on a woman to repair a life-threatening, large swelling in the artery supplying blood to her unborn baby.
27 Mar 2018
Following the success of our recent nursing open day, where 60 nurses were recruited, St George’s will be holding a Band 5 nurses open day in March. At our January open day, more than 100 nurses attended to learn more about what St George’s can offer, including our world-leading neurosciences, headline-making neonatal …
20 Mar 2018
St George’s Hospital in London is this week (Thursday 15 March) holding its first ever Staff Appreciation Awards, made possible by the support of the Pelican London Hotel & Residence and Yellow Brick Group.
15 Mar 2018
The hyperacute neurology service at St George’s has been shortlisted for a prestigious Health Service Journal (HSJ) Value Award.
12 Mar 2018
A leukaemia patient at St George’s received a lifesaving stem cell transplant last week after selfless staff at NHS Blood and Transplant (BT) battled through the snow to deliver the cells in time. Biomedical Scientists at NHS BT, Geoff White and Sue Bartlett, drove three-hours from their base in Southampton …
Magnetic controlled ‘growth rods’ used in scoliosis spinal surgery at St George’s for the first time
Surgeons at St George’s Hospital in south London have used adjustable telescopic magnetic rods for the first time to straighten the spine of a young girl with severe scoliosis.
Patient, Harleigh Jackson, 11, underwent the procedure at St George’s before Christmas. She also has Russell-Silver syndrome, a congenital condition which restricts growth
8 Mar 2018
St George’s is one of three Trusts using cutting edge technology to reduce diagnosis times for prostate cancer from six weeks to one day in a world-leading new approach.
Our Cardiac Surgical Team has been short-listed for a prestigious British Medical Journal award.
The team has been short-listed in the Clinical Leadership Team of the Year category for their management of aortic aneurysm and aortic valve disease.
7 Mar 2018
Message timed at 8am A water pipe has burst near Tooting Broadway station, causing significant travel and traffic disruption. St George’s Hospital is fully open, but staff and members of the public may experience some delays accessing the site, so please allow extra time for your journeys. Pre-booked patient transport …
7 Mar 2018
Local residents and businesses are invited to take part in an Easter Egg Appeal for our paediatric patients at St George’s. Since 2011, Access Self Storage has hosted the appeal and has received more than 3,800 chocolate eggs – weighing more than a tonne of chocolate – for a range …
Congratulations to Debs Livermore on winning first prize in the ‘Innovation in practice’ category at the British Journal of Midwifery awards earlier this month. Debs was short-listed for her work in developing the High Dependency Unit on our Delivery Suite at St George’s. Before the current unit was established, many …
28 Feb 2018