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 …

Hyperhidrosis and facial flushing

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 29 Nov 2013

We offer a number of treatment options for excessive sweating. The control of sweating and flushing is via the sympathetic nervous system. Over activity of these nerves can contribute to hyperhidrosis and excessive facial flushing. One treatment option is the local injection of Botulinum toxin (Botox) which we perform in …

Upper limb venous thrombosis and thoracic outlet syndrome

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 10 Dec 2013

We have extensive experience in the management of upper limb venous occlusion and thoracic outlet syndrome. Acute venous thrombosis is relatively common in young patients and without intervention can lead to distressing long term sequelae. We encourage urgent referral when venous thrombosis is suspected and can make a rapid diagnosis …

Lower limb revascularisation

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 29 Nov 2013

The Institute has developed a multidisciplinary service for the management of lower limb occlusive disease. Endovascular techniques have become the mainstay for severe lower limb vascular disease, though major bypass surgery is still occasionally required. If intervention is required, investigations including non-invasive imaging are performed on a ‘one-stop’ basis, preventing …

Varicose veins

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 29 Nov 2013

At St Georges Vascular Unit, we provide patients with a ‘one-stop’ service for the assessment of varicose veins. Each new referral is assessed by a vascular surgeon, and a Duplex ultrasound scan is performed at the same visit. A further consultation takes place with the result of the scan and …

Carotid atherosclerosis

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 3 Dec 2014

In conjunction with the regional stroke unit, the St George’s Vascular Institute offers a comprehensive service for patients with carotid atherosclerosis. Indications for surgical intervention are defined for both asymptomatic and symptomatic patients with a stenosis greater than 70%. Outpatients with suspected carotid atherosclerosis are assessed in a one-stop clinic …

Breast surgery

Services at Queen Mary's Hospital, St George's Hospital | Updated 21 Oct 2014

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has three consultant surgeons in the breast team, providing surgery for breast cancer. All patients are offered the option of immediate reconstruction at the time of mastectomy. Since December 2006, St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s breast cancer surgeons have been using …

Outpatient HIV services

Services at Queen Mary's Hospital, St George's Hospital | Updated 4 Apr 2019

St George’s delivers HIV services at two sites: The Courtyard Clinic based at St George’s and Suite 5 Queen Mary’s based at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton.  The Clinics provide comprehensive and holistic service for HIV positive people including:  Daily week day medical and clinical nurse specialist clinics (at …

Rapid access chest pain clinic

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 17 Oct 2019

Nurse-led clinic for patients with suspected stable angina (new onset, exertional chest pain relieved by rest); Patients with known ischaemic heart disease may be referred as long as they have not had PCI / CABG within the previous six months and are no longer under the care of a cardiologist. …