St George’s Hospital’s busy, modern Emergency Department provides a 24-hour emergency service, 365 days a year, and sees around 150,000 patients.
Dame Ruth Carnall, chief executive of NHS London, officially opened St George’s Hospital’s emergency department on Wednesday 23rd January 2013.
2012 was a momentous year for the country and also for St George’s. The Jubilee and then the Olympics caught our imagination and brought people together as well as heralding unprecedented sporting success.
At St George’s we continued our proud tradition of providing excellent patient care. The Dr Foster Hospital Guide once again identified St George’s as one of a handful of Trusts to have statistically significant low mortality rates, a key marker of quality and safety.
Emergency Department staff at St George’s Hospital, Tooting, are asking local people to be careful over the Jubilee Bank Holiday weekend, especially if they are hanging out the street bunting, planning a barbecue or doing a spot of gardening. The soaring temperatures that London enjoyed last weekend coincided with over 40 …
News & events | 28 Oct 2005 | Tags: a&e
PATIENTS are being asked to “think twice” before going to A&E at St George’s Hospital for treatment this winter. The announcement comes as doctors and nurses celebrate the news that they have successfully treated more than 90,000 patients within the Government’s target time of four hours. Figures show more than …