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At the end of the six weeks the students are invited into St George’s to practice their skills in the clinical skills training labs, given them an insight into life in St George’s.  Andrew Knox, Deputy Head at Merton Abbey School in Wimbledon, one of the schools participating in the...
I am totally in awe of these dedicated women, who work so hard at St George's and choose to go over and above their medical roles by running 13 miles to raise money for the neonatal unit. You can read more and sponsor them here.  Later this month it’s Mother’s Day. Forty mums ...
Dr Richard Chavasse, Consultant in Paediatric Respiratory Medicine at St George’s and Project Lead, said, “We hope that through this scheme, schools will be better placed to give prompt help to children at school which may prevent a more serious asthma attack. This may reduce the number of...
Our charity provides a free place to stay for families close to the specialist hospital their child is being treated in. Giving families this ‘home away from home’ environments helps provide some normality in what is a very stressful time. Day Pass services are also provided for families...
We like being able to mark events and festivals for families at St George's Hospital. With Easter around the corner we'd love to give every baby a rabbit finger puppet. As my colleague Louise and I can't knit we are asking for help with this, and have found a beautiful knitting pattern. If...
The bag itself will be a drawstring cotton bag – and this is where we'd love some help. We'd like to get a colourful design printed on the bag, and are asking for submissions of designs for our 'super sibling sack' competition. The only thing the design must include are the words...
A mortality review of patients who underwent cardiac surgery at St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Tooting is being carried out. The mortality review at St George’s – commissioned by NHS Improvement – is being conducted by a panel of independent...
Mr Bell had a short stay in hospital before being discharged home. He also suffered a broken nose in the fall, which was manipulated back into the correct position during the operation by Miss Witherow. He is being seen in January at St George’s for follow-up and review, but is otherwise fully...
Ronald McDonald House Charities provides ‘home away from home’ accommodation to families with sick children in hospital. This month, Steph Freeborough, House Assistant at Ronald McDonald House in Tooting, talks about the special Christmas events they’ve been holding and how...
Ronald McDonald House Charities provides ‘home away from home’ accommodation to families with sick children in hospital. This month, Steph Freeborough, House Assistant at Ronald McDonald House in Tooting, would like to share three wonderful heartwarming stories of how...
This month, Steph Freeborough, House Assistant at Ronald McDonald House in Tooting tells us how they’ll be celebrating Halloween!  ‘Celebrating’ means to mark an occasion or moment in a significant way, and by celebrating, we give ourselves the chance to...
Dr Donovan Duffy explained: "Necrotising enterocolitis causes the bowel to become very inflamed and start to die. Roughly a quarter of babies with NEC need surgery to remove the diseased bowel and unfortunately a third of those operated on won't survive. “It’s...
New and existing blood donors are being urged to donate at London’s donor centres because stocks are running low. NHS Blood and Transplant have said the blood donations during the autumn are below expected levels. There is a need for all donors, but particularly donors with O positive and...
Sarah Collins, Charity Director at First Touch, who support sick & premature babies at St George's in Tooting, writes about Baby Loss Awareness Week and this Sunday’s annual Neonatal Memorial Service. This week is Baby Loss Awareness Week. That's absolutely not to ...
This month’s blog from St George’s in Tooting is all about flu! Over to you, Patricia... Hi, my name is Patricia Campbell and I am the Flu Lead at St George’s. It’s my job to ensure that as many of our 9,500 staff as possible are protected against the flu virus this...
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