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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.
We are back for another 60-minutes of A&E drama this Thursday at 9pm on Channel 4. In this week’s episode an orthopaedic registrar Arash and a surgical advanced nurse practitioner Terry will be treating a critically injured crushed victim.
Episode five of ’24 Hours in A&E’ series nine focuses on the importance of having someone to love and support us when life gets tough. 66-year-old Gerald is rushed to St George’s by air ambulance after falling ten feet from his loft, through his bannisters and then down two flights …
Hundreds of teenagers fall victim to gang-related violence every year with some becoming trapped in a cycle of violence. Two Redthread specialist youth workers will now be based in St George’s ED to help break this cycle.
We’re back for another 60-minutes of A&E drama this Wednesday at 9pm on Channel 4. This week the episode focuses on a group of women who come into the department needing treatment for a variety of illnesses and trauma.
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.
St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, London, has appointed Phil Moss as its Clinical Director for the Emergency Department. Phil has extensive experience in emergency medicine having previously worked for Newham University Hospital and the Royal London Hospital as a consultant in emergency medicine before joining St George’s in …