Neonatal Leaflets

Services at | Updated 17 Jan 2017

These are some leaflets about common neonatal problems Neonatal Medical Neonatal Surgical


Orthodontics

Services at St George's Hospital| Updated 11 May 2016

The Orthodontic Department offers services to patients with complex dental problems. Orthodontics is the treatment of wrongly aligned and misplaced teeth to correct a person’s bite. However, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Orthodontics Department deals with a range of problems from dento-facial orthopaedics to severe hypodontia. The Department …


Restorative dentistry

Services at St George's Hospital| Updated 19 Dec 2019

Restorative Dentistry provides consultation and treatment services for a range of oral diseases and injuries. This is strictly limited to highest priority patient groups. These include patients with facial injuries or deformities, or head and neck cancers. It also provides dental health services to other patients with medical conditions or …


Dentistry

Services at | Updated 5 Aug 2015

Dentistry comprises three departments: Restorative Dentistry, Orthodontics and Paediatric (Children’s) Dentistry, and works closely with the Oral and Maxillofacial department providing joint clinics for patients.  


Dermatology Outpatients Unit at Queen Mary’s Hospital

Services at Queen Mary's Hospital| Updated 14 Oct 2019

The Dermatology Outpatients Unit at Queen Mary’s Hospital provides a professional service for patients with acute and chronic skin disease including skin cancer. A comprehensive range of diagnostic tests and clinical treatments are available. Possible skin cancers should be referred to the Skin Cancer Screening clinic on Wednesday morning where …


Neurosurgery Therapies

Services at | Updated 5 May 2015 | Tags: brain haemorrhage brain tumour neurosurgery spinal cord injuries spinal surgery

The Neurosurgery therapy department at St George’s Hospital is based within the Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre. The Neurosurgery therapy team specialises in the assessment and treatment of neurosurgical conditions such as traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, brain haemorrhage, brain and spinal cord tumours and planned (elective) spinal surgery. …


Inpatient Neurology Therapies

Services at | Updated 20 Feb 2020 | Tags: guillian barre syndrome hyperoxic brain injury multiple sclerosis neurological condition neurology spinal cord injuries

The Neurology therapy team at St George’s Hospital is based within the Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre. The therapy team specialises in the assessment of patients with newly diagnosed or existing neurological conditions, such as Hypoxic Brain Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, Guillian Barre Syndrome and Spinal Cord Injuries.


Hyperacute and Acute Stroke Therapy Teams

Services at St George's Hospital| Updated 29 Jan 2018 | Tags: acute hyper-acute stroke unit specialist stroke unit Stroke stroke rehabilitation

london stroke pathway diagram The Stroke therapy department at St George’s Hospital is based within the Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre. The Hyperacute Stroke (HASU) therapy team specialises in the assessment and treatment of stroke patients from across South West London. The Acute Stroke therapy team specialises in the treatment …


Head Injuries Therapies

Services at | Updated 1 May 2015 | Tags: brain injury brain trauma head injuries head trauma neurosciences

The Head Injury therapy team at St George’s Hospital is based within the Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre. The therapy team specialises in the assessment and rehabilitation of patients who have experienced a traumatic brain injury and present with cognitive, behavioural, communication, physical or swallowing difficulties as a result of …


Centre for Haemostasis – Haemophilia Centre

Services at St George's Hospital| Updated 26 Mar 2020 | Tags: haemophilia haemostasis thrombosis

Update for patients with haemophilia and bleeding disorders during the COVID-19 outbreak COVID-19 is a viral infection caused by a newly emerged form of coronavirus particularly affecting the upper airways and lungs. Everyone in the population needs to be vigilant about minimising the risk of infection, monitoring for signs of …