News and Events
The RTS award-winning documentary series continues at its new home, St George’s Hospital in south west London, which is home to one of Britain’s most advanced and busiest A&E departments.
A spokesperson from St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust said: “An unwell patient who had recently travelled to West Africa was admitted to St George’s Hospital yesterday. Continue reading
3 Nov 2014
Louise Halfpenny is the head of communications for St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust. She was instrumental in securing St George’s as the new home for ’24 Hours in A&E’. Why did the trust agree to be filmed for the series? We thought it would be a great way to show … Continue reading
31 Oct 2014
Jai is a trauma consultant at St George’s Hospital. He is seen in episode one of the 7th series of ’24 hours in A&E’ (aired 30/10/14) treating a young woman called Kerry who has lost part of her leg in a motorbike accident. What is your role within A&E? Care … Continue reading
Patients from Merton will soon be able to get a wider range of health services locally. Three NHS organisations have announced a new partnership which will result in outpatient and diagnostic appointments at the Nelson Health Centre. Merton Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has appointed St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust to … Continue reading
Last year the St George’s transplant centre carried out a record 145 transplants. This is a tremendous achievement for the team and the trust, helping to improve and save many lives. Alongside these positive results a national report collated and published by NHS Blood and Transplant service last week has … Continue reading
Tooting MP, Sadiq Khan is inviting residents to a community coffee morning that will bring together more than twenty local and national health and well-being organisations in one place. The free event will take place on Friday 24th October, from 10:00am to 1pm at Mushkil Aasaan Community Centre, 220-222 Upper … Continue reading
The new series of Channel 4’s award-winning series, 24 hours in A&E will feature St George’s Hospital, one of the most advanced and busiest A&E departments in the world.
On Saturday 4th October St George’s unveiled a special memorial ‘Tree of Life’ paying tribute to, thanking and remembering the many people who have donated life-saving organs. More than 90 lives have been saved over the last year thanks to donors and their families consenting to organ donation. The tree, … Continue reading
Dozens of St George’s, University of London students have showed their support for a national campaign called ‘Hello My Name Is’ which aims to improve communication with patients. The ‘Hello My Name Is’ campaign was started by Dr Kate Granger, an Elderly Medicine Registrar and terminally ill cancer patient, in … Continue reading
St George’s hosted its annual Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday 26th September and right from the start there was a real buzz with lots of people lining up for coffee and cake and people winning prizes at the very lively tombola outside the main reception at St George’s Hospital. Thanks … Continue reading
For the first time St George’s, University of London, has been ranked as one of the top 200 universities in the world in a new authoritative survey by the Times Higher Education magazine. In the World University Rankings 2014 – 2015, St George’s has been placed at 196th globally. Last … Continue reading
7 Oct 2014
St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust has been listed as one of the most improved trusts for cancer patient experience. This is according to a league table released by Macmillan Cancer Support.
On Tuesday 23 September our neonatal unit received a very generous gift from the Harrison family. Dean Harrison completed the Great North Run this month to raise funds for First Touch and to thank St George’s neonatal unit for the care his son Lenny received. Lenny was born at exactly … Continue reading