Tagged: Maternity


New Beginnings newsletters

Services at St George's Hospital | Updated 29 Mar 2019 | Tags: caesarean EBCD Maternity New Beginnings Operative birth teamwork

  co design 1 Co Design 2  Co design has begin – we have met with staff and mums to start work on the two most popular themes from the project: “Improving antenatal information about operative birth” and “Personalising the theatre process”. Watch this space for more details of project …


HSJ Award win for our BP Home Monitoring Team

News & events | 23 Nov 2017 | Tags: blood pressure Dr Asma Khalil HaMpton home monitoring HSJ Award Maternity win

Congratulations to St George’s Pregnancy BP Home Monitoring Team who won a Health Service Journal (HSJ) Award on Wednesday (22 November).


New mum Mala welcomes healthy twins after world first twin growth chart

News & events | 31 Jul 2017 | Tags: growth charts Maternity newborn obstetrician pregnancy Tamba twins world first

Mala Vast Dhuri gave birth to identical twin boys at St George’s last week after becoming the world’s first expectant mum to be scanned using twin pregnancy growth charts.


St George’s scores a first in diagnosing Down’s syndrome

News & events | 10 Dec 2015 | Tags: Basky Thilaganathan CVS Down's Syndrome Edwards syndrome Edwards's syndrome Maternity NIPT Patau syndrome Patau's syndrome pregnancy Professor Basky SAFE test

St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust London, today opened the doors of its new laboratory for processing blood samples of pregnant women whose babies are at a high risk of developing Down’s, Edwards and Patau syndromes.


Celebrating normal birth at St George’s

News & events | 5 Jun 2015 | Tags: Birth Centre funding HESL KBN Keep Birth Normal Maternity training

Last month St George’s held its first evening reception to celebrate our ‘Keep birth normal’ (KBN) projects supported by Health Education South London (HESL). The reception organised by consultant midwives Chantelle Winstanley and Lucia Rocca was attended by all of the midwives who were involved in KBN projects, obstetricians, general …