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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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Vicky Chico's full talk: ABC v St Georges Healthcare NHS Trust: Sharing genetic information in families at the first ever World Congress on Genetic Counselling at the Wellcome Genome Campus, Cambridge, UK.
This short talk describes the approach of St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to co-ordinating the case note review process and their learning so far from this. Further case studies and information about the Learning from Deaths programme can be viewed https://improvement.nhs.uk/resources/learning-deaths-nhs/. If you have any learning to share about how your trust is implementing the requirements of Learning from Deaths, please get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
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.
Our Futsal and Education scholars from Grimsby Town and Peterborough United got to follow in the footsteps of England legends and play at St George's Park in the EFL Trust Futsal Super Cup. Visit www.efltrust.com/futsal for more information.
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
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