Outpatient programmes

Services at Queen Mary's Hospital, St George's Hospital | Updated 27 Jan 2020

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 …


Gastroenterology and hepatology

Gastroenterology and hepatology

Services at Queen Mary's Hospital, St George's Hospital | Updated 25 Sep 2020

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust’s Gastroenterology and Hepatology Department specialises in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions of the gastrointestinal (GI) tract (the digestive tract from mouth through to anus, including the stomach and bowel), liver, pancreas and biliary tract. The department has a very strong multidisciplinary ethos, …


General surgery

Services at Queen Mary's Hospital, St George's Hospital | Updated 17 Sep 2019

A comprehensive General Surgery service is provided at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, encompassing emergency care, inpatient care and day surgical practice. There is a team of eight permanent general surgeons at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust who provide emergency surgery on an on-call rota basis. …


Maternity

Maternity

Services at Queen Mary's Hospital, St George's Hospital | Updated 10 Feb 2021 | Tags: epidural pain relief

Welcome to St George’s Maternity Unit. We look forward to caring for you and your baby during your pregnancy, birth and afterwards.  We continue to work hard to keep you, your baby and our staff safe during the Covid-19 outbreak. If you are pregnant and would like to have your …


Virtual Tour of the Maternity Unit and Antenatal Classes

Virtual Tour of the Maternity Unit and Antenatal Classes

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 23 Sep 2020

Welcome to the maternity services virtual tour. For those who have booked, or are hoping to book to deliver at St Georges, the below section aims to provide you with an insight of what to expect when you visit the Unit during your pregnancy. We hope this provides you with …


Giving birth

Giving birth

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 7 Jul 2020

If you plan to have your baby on the Delivery Suite, please call the Delivery Suite direct on 0208 767 4654; a midwife will ask you some questions and advise if you should attend the hospital. If you plan to have your baby on the Carmen Suite, please contact the …


Delivery suite

Delivery suite

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 12 Jan 2021

The delivery suite is located on 1st floor of Lanesborough wing. On arrival women and their partners may be requested to wait in the waiting area. This is followed by a midwifery assessment (Triage). There are 2 triage rooms for assessing that labour has started. If in labour transfer to …


Overseas patients

Overseas patients

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 13 Jun 2018

Please read the leaflet below which explains who has the right to free hospital treatment under the National Health Service. From Monday 14 August we are asking patients with non-urgent appointments who are attending their first appointments for the following clinics to bring two forms of identification (one to prove …


Newborn services – neonatal unit

Newborn services – neonatal unit

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 10 Dec 2020 | 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

Neurorehabilitation

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 20 Dec 2020

6St 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 …