News and events
This episode – Too close for comfort – features three patients all treated within one 24 hour period at St George’s emergency department.
18 Jun 2019
Lauren West, 23, was diagnosed with a rare genetic condition – Fanconi anaemia – has given birth to a healthy baby boy against the odds. Having fanconi anaemia reduces the chance of having a baby to 15%, which is further reduced after having a bone marrow transplant, as Lauren did, to less than 8%.
17 Jun 2019
TV’s Dr Ranj Singh and Casualty star Charles Venn joined staff at St George’s to raise a cuppa and celebrate the launch of the NHS Big Tea campaign.
14 Jun 2019
This episode – I’ll stand by you – features stories of human compassion and kindness, in the most challenging circumstances and from the most unexpected sources.
11 Jun 2019
This episode – Mother’s little helper – displays the strength of unconditional love between parents and children.
4 Jun 2019
This week, St George’s Hospital Charity approved three research grants at St George’s totalling £426,286! After a rigorous application process, the Charity was delighted to be able to award funding to three areas of specialisation across the hospital. Dr Kate Tatton-Brown, Consultant in Clinical Genetics, Professor in Clinical Genetics and …
30 May 2019
St George’s celebrated five years since the official launch of its helipad in May after its official launch on 29 May 2014 by former Mayor of London Boris Johnson. Since then, five air ambulance providers have brought a total of 783 critically ill or injured patients to St George’s.
30 May 2019
A unique partnership between the Trust’s Vocational Rehabilitation Programme, based at the Wolfson Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital, and Barclays Bank has seen more of our neurorehab patients get back into work. The partnership was formed after Dr Shai Betteridge, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, and Melony Trott, Highly Specialist Occupational Therapist, …
29 May 2019
This episode – The extra mile – features the stories of two patients and one of the hospital’s longest standing members of staff.
28 May 2019
As part of Dementia Action Week, Transport for London and St George’s have worked together to improve the experience of people living with dementia.
24 May 2019
St George’s recruited over 13,000 patients to clinical trials during 2018/19 – by far and away the most ever during a 12 month period. Between 1 April 2018 and 31 March this year, a total of 13,140 patients took part in a range of clinical trials across nearly 30 different …
23 May 2019
Last Friday (17 May) saw the launch of the NHS Rainbow Badge on our paediatric wards. The badge, which signifies openness and inclusivity for anyone that identifies as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and those of all identities (LGBT+), was given to the over 60 members of staff who signed up. …
21 May 2019
This episode – Roll with the punches – features Tania who is brought to resus after being knocked over by a car, Edwin who is rushed to A&E bleeding from a neck tumour and semi-professional footballer Lilli who arrives in the urgent care centre with a football injury.
21 May 2019
This is a joint public statement regarding Professor Jahangiri, Consultant Cardiac Surgeon at the Trust. In August 2018, Professor Jahangiri was excluded from attending the cardiac surgery unit of the Trust, in connection with a commissioned review about the working relationships in the cardiac surgery unit. The exclusion did not …
20 May 2019
Last night saw hundreds of staff and supporters of St George’s Hospital Charity come together to celebrate the St George’s Hero Awards. Hosted by TV presenter and friend of St George’s, Lorraine Kelly, the Hero Awards paid tribute to just some of our incredible staff who go above and beyond …
17 May 2019