Maxillofacial surgery

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 29 Jun 2018

Including Dentistry and Oral Surgery The Maxillofacial Unit provides a comprehensive range of services to correct problems with the face, mouth, teeth and jaws (maxillo means jaw). It comprises four departments: Maxillofacial Surgery, Restorative Dentistry, Orthodontics and Paediatric (Children’s) Dentistry, which work closely together and provide joint clinics where appropriate. …


Newborn services – neonatal unit

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 29 Jan 2019 | Tags: baby child infant neonatal newborn

At St George’s we provide specialist care for the smallest and sickest babies, including those that are born prematurely and those that require surgery. We are the regional centre for the South West London Neonatal Network. Our network has 5 hospitals providing maternity and newborn services. St George’s has a …


Neurorehabilitation

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 25 Jul 2016

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust neurorehabilitation services have exceptional staffing and equipment and provide specialist care not available at other hospitals or in the community. The services treat patients from across southwest London and the Home Counties at St George’s Hospital, Tooting and Queen Mary’s Hospital, Roehampton. The …


Outpatient programmes

Services at Queen Mary's Hospital, St George's Hospital | Updated 12 Jul 2016

Orthotics clinic at Queen Mary’s Hospital The orthotics clinic is a multidisciplinary clinic run by a physiotherapist and an orthotist. The function of the clinic is to assess and provide patients with appropriate orthoses to help improve their mobility and function. A wide variety of orthoses are provided; ranging from …


Choose Well

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 10 Jan 2019

A lot of people come to the Emergency Department because they do not know where else to go could get quicker and more appropriate treatment much closer to home. Read our quick guide below before you decide where to go for your treatment. Courtesy of Royal United Hospitals Bath NHS …