Paediatric neurology

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 7 Nov 2019

We provide a comprehensive tertiary neurology service for patients from the newborn period up until 16 years (for new referrals), both locally, within  SW London, Surrey and West Sussex (4 million population base/ 11 DGHs plus Royal Marsden in Sutton). This includes diagnosis, assessment and initial management of a variety …

Paediatric neurodevelopment, neurodisability and epilepsy

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 10 Oct 2018

The paediatric neurodevelopmental, neurodisability and epilepsy service is well established and offers a child-centred, consultant led service. It is part of the integrated child health department of St George’s Hospital and offers a comprehensive service for a wide range of neurodevelopmental problems (including ADHD and ASD), complex neurodisability, Down Syndrome, …

Paediatric infectious diseases

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 5 Dec 2018

The paediatric infectious diseases unit (PIDU) at St George’s Hospital provides a regional service for the care of children with complex infectious diseases, including HIV, tuberculosis and immunodeficiency. The PIDU at St George’s is: A National training centre for paediatric infectious diseases, formally recognised by the Royal College of Paediatrics …

Paediatric haematology

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 16 Jan 2019

The paediatric haematology service provides a consultant led service and investigates a wide range of non-malignant haematological conditions including anaemias, thombocytopenias, neutropenias, haemoglobinopathies, disorders of coagulation and bone marrow failure. St Georges hospital is an accredited Haemoglobinopathy Specialist Centre, an ITP Centre of Excellence and a Haemophilia Centre. St Georges …

Paediatric general medicine

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 3 Jan 2019

Paediatric general medicine The General Paediatric Medicine service is a comprehensive consultant delivered service managing a range of common childhood conditions. There are 11 consultants who participate in a consultant of the week rota for inpatient and ambulatory care and provide a range of outpatient services. What we offer The …

Paediatric gastroenterology

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 5 Dec 2018

The paediatric gastroenterology service at St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust provides care for children and adolescents with the full range of gastrointestinal disorders.   Patients are referred by General Practitioners and there are many tertiary gastroenterology referrals from the South West Thames region. We have many patients with paediatric inflammatory bowel …

Paediatric cardiology

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 5 Dec 2018

St George’s Children’s Department works closely with the Children’s Cardiology Department at Evelina Children’s Hospital to provide close to home consultations and clinics for children with possible or known heart problems. We take referrals from GPs, other hospitals and from within St George’s. We run screening clinics for those with …

Paediatric allergy

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 5 Dec 2018

St George’s NHS Trust Paediatric Allergy Service offers a Consultant-led, comprehensive multidisciplinary assessment, investigation and management of children aged 0-17 years with allergic disorders. We see approximately 500 new patients annually, predominantly referred from Primary Care, Paediatric Dermatology, ENT, Paediatric Gastroenterology, and via ward referral following admission. What we offer …

Fibroid clinic

Services at Queen Mary's Hospital | Updated 29 Nov 2018

Mr Byrne and Prof Manyounda offer a fibroid service with treatments including hormonal, embolisation and surgery including hysteroscopic and laparoscopic removal. We also deal with large fibroids and patients who are Jehovah’s witnesses.

Urogynae and female pelvic medicine

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 15 Apr 2019

The subspecialty service at St George’s Hospital remains in a period of suspension following the departure of our clinical lead. Patients have in the meantime been transferred to Croydon University Hospital (CUH) while permanent solutions are being identified. Following our internal consultation with staff, we are now carrying out a …