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For nearly 300 years St George's has been caring for the people of south London and beyond. A modern, dynamic, caring environment, providing excellent clinical care, education and research. A diverse community 8,500 dedicated staff with so many different specialties, caring for a population of 3.5 million. We see over 2,000 patients every day. St George's cares. Your role is vital. Your service is valued. Your skills and compassion are the life blood of St George's. We are the beating heart of south London. View our current vacancies and join us https://www.stgeorges.nhs.uk/work-with-us/
St George’s University Hospitals offers unique and highly specialised services for bladder and renal cancer to a very wide base of patients across the South East of England and beyond. Key to these services is offering patients choice and options in treatment plans. There is a dedicated urologist for each case and dedicated service for bladder and renal cancer. Every bladder cancer patient is offered robotic surgery and 95% of surgery is minimally invasive. Because of this, the hospital can offer surgery to a wider population including older patients and 20% of patients are over 80 years of age. For kidney cancer the hospital can offer several treatment options including HiFu treatment. The department has strong links with radiologists and can offer embolization for both benign and mal...
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St George's shares its Campus with St George's Hospital,one of the UK's busiest hospitals, and are neighbours with South West London Mental Heatlh Trust. This special combination of supportive learning enviroments with a wealth of local clinical experience contributes to the distinctiveness of the courses offered and ensures that the training experience you recieve is one immersed in the clinical enviroment , while the size and location means St George's has a genuine community feel.
Aired August 2011 - 'An Abuse of Trust' - a documentary by Roger Cook about the headmaster Derek Slade who was imprisoned in 2012 for the physical and sexual abuse of boys both in Britain and abroad. Cook first exposed Slade's "reign of terror" at St George's School in Suffolk in a Checkpoint programme for BBC Radio 4 as long ago as 1982. So how was Derek Slade able to go on to abuse children in India and Africa? Roger traces the journey of a paedophile who was convicted of assaulting pupils, stole the identity of a dead boy to disguise his past and conned two UK charities to help fund a school he set up for 'orphans' of the Gujarat earthquake
Tom Dewar , Head of Information , St. George’s Healthcare NHS Trust St. George’s Healthcare NHS Trust in London—the largest hospital in southwest London—wanted to make better use of the huge amount of data they collect. Today, using Tableau, the hospital is speeding decision-making, identifying trends in patient care needs, and improving operational performance. Even more importantly, data-driven insight is helping to drive better patient outcomes. Find out how their Tableau visual analytics solution is helping St. George’s to deliver outstanding patient care and meet the challenges of cost reduction, resource allocation, and compliance regulations.
In June 2011 St George's Healthcare NHS Trust and St George's, University of London's hosted their first joint community open day. Visitors were able to go on tours of the hospital to get the inside view of CT body scanning and state-of-the-art robotic surgery. University students provided demonstrations of healthcare skills, while researchers provided an insight into the working science of the human body and demonstrated aspects of their cutting-edge medical and health sciences work. As well as all the science and healthcare activities, family entertainment included juggling lessons, face painting, and street theatre performances.
See how the staff at St George's Healthcare are improving processes on their wards so they can spend more of their time looking after patients.
When visiting a friend in hospital for 2 weeks for 12 hours a day I noticed for the whole time I was there that the toilets was filthy, but someone was having a quick clean in the mornings ie emptying bins, even thou there was an alarm outside telling people that these toilets get cleaned every hour and someone was re-setting the alarm no one ever came to clean the toilets, and on weekends the alarm was beeping all the time. Now someone is getting paid to do a job and is not doing it, so I did this video..please feel free to pass it around just to show how filthy our hospitals are.
With over 130,000 operations each year in the Trust, our surgery teams care for patients before, during and after some, 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We have vacancies for band 5, 6, 7 and 8a theatre nurses and operating department practitioners (ODPs) - some of the most exciting, challenging and fulfilling jobs in nursing. Join us and you’ll be part of a team performing the most demanding and complex operations in medicine, including Cardiac, bariatric surgery, robotic procedures, renal transplants, ENT/maxillo-facial surgery, neurosurgery and paediatric surgery. As one of only two hospitals in London with a helipad, we treat the most seriously ill patients from across the south east of England. You could also be part of our 24/7 major trauma, neurosurgery, emergency (CEPOD) and obst...