Tagged: major trauma
<< Back to ED Clinical Research Unit page Follow us on twitter @FRAILTstudy ISRCTN registration: 10671514 ‘Frailty’ is a condition that we know can affect people as they get older and means people can be weaker and more vulnerable than they used to be. Things that suggest a person may … Continue reading
“It’s thanks to the amazing treatment I received that I’m still here today” Lorraine Kelly returns to St George’s to thank staff
TV presenter Lorraine Kelly celebrates NHS 70th birthday by returning to St George’s to thank staff who treated her when she was admitted to St George’s in 2012 as a major trauma patient. Continue reading
The RTS award-winning documentary series returns for a twelfth series following patients treated in the same 24 hour period at St George’s in south west London. The hospital has one of the busiest A&E departments in Britain – under more pressure than ever. It’s a place where stories of life, … Continue reading
St George’s will be one of the major trauma centres (MTC) to host specialist youth workers dealing directly with young victims of gang crime, it was announced today. The youth workers will be placed in every MTC to support victims and reduce youth violence in London under the major expansion … Continue reading
St George’s is one of the largest single-site hospitals in the UK and has one of Britain’s most advanced and busiest A&E departments. Approximately 400 people visit our emergency department (ED) every day. They come to us seeking care and treatment for a wide range of medical conditions – painful … Continue reading
What is your role within A&E? As a trauma registrar you must be present at all major trauma calls and lead the assessment and management of the unwell patient in conjunction with the emergency department consultant. We also provide a specialist service for all trauma and orthopaedic issues (including foreign … Continue reading
St George’s has received its 100th helipad patient.
The patient who was involved in a road traffic accident needed emergency medical care and was flown to the hospital’s major trauma centre on September 14th.