St George’s was proud to see both our pharmacy and therapy teams represented at this year’s national Society for Acute Medicine (SAM) conference. Principle physiotherapist Jennifer Willis gave a presentation to 100 attendees discussing the extended roles of the St George’s therapy team in both our emergency department and acute … Continue reading
The St George’s Hospital neurosurgery department has been renowned around the world as a centre of excellence for brain and spinal surgery since it was established at its original site at Atkinson Morley Hospital in 1869. The unit has a rich history of research that has enhanced and saved the lives … Continue reading
The purpose of the NEUROSCIENCES RESEARCH FOUNDATION is to help our many patients, suffering from diseases which are often terrible. The central nervous system is immensely complex and our scientific understanding of its diseases is often very limited. Too many diseases of the brain and spinal cord are still untreatable … Continue reading
New research has shown 96 more lives are being saved every year thanks to specialised stroke units like the one we have here at St George’s Hospital.
The neonatal unit at St George’s is actively involved in research, and we are pleased to be able to offer parents the chance to participate in a number of exciting research studies aiming to improve care in sick newborn babies. A member of the clinical team may approach you to ask … Continue reading
A Strategic Alliance that will share best practice in research and the education and training of students and health professionals has been agreed between King’s Health Partners Academic Health Sciences Centre and St George’s Healthcare NHS Trust Board and St George’s, University of London. Continue reading