St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, one of the principal teaching hospitals in England
St George’s hospital: acute services and complex illnesses
The St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust located in London, provides acute hospital services and a wide spectrum of specialist care to about 1.3 million people across southwest London.
Services such as cardiothoracic surgery, neurosciences and renal transplantation are delivered to a very large catchment area which stretches across Surrey and Sussex and encompasses over 3.5 million people.
St George’s University Hospital, shared with St George’s University of London, is one of the main teaching hospitals in the UK and trains medical students and undertakes advanced medical research.
Photo : http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2012/07/17/article-2174862-017A2C630000044D-4_472x307.jpg
St George’s hospital: a full range of services and facilities
St George’s Trust provides specialist care to patients, especially for complex trauma and complex illnesses such as cancer care or HIV care.
In order to improve patient health, St George’s hospital puts patient at the centre of everything it does. Skilled staff are inspired by the core values of the hospital: respect, excellence, kindness, a responsible attitude, friendliness, safety.
In addition, excellent facilities cater to both patients and visitors: same sex accommodation, TV access, free phones, several shops, a pharmacy and numerous places to eat like cafés and restaurants.