St George's Hospital

Blackshaw Road, London, England, SW17 0QT
 
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Written by a patient
28th May 2020


My comments were specifically about the surgeon. I do not have any comments to make about the hospital, except: 1. I was extremely well treated at the ICU. 2. The neuro ward was OK, but nursing was variable. Two male nurses from the Far East were outstanding, but some others were less committed and a couple almost indifferent. 3. The ward was clean, except for the toilet, which was very basic and not entirely clean. 4. Considering the horror stories about hospital food, I was pleasantly surprised about the variety and quality of the food - served by very pleasant, cheerful staff.

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My best thanks for all the care and attention I received at St.George's Hospital following my traffic accident on 24 April 2019 from the time of my arrival late afternoon that day and in the Trauma Ward for 2 weeks after that. Also the follow up after discharge. I now feel much recovered but feel I owe my life to the care I received. Everybody was helpful and kind. I would particularly commend Efa, apologies if I have spelt her name wrong, for her outstanding work in charge of the Trauma Ward that I was in. Richard Robinson.

16th May 2020
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Written by a patient
14th May 2020


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Written by a patient
3rd May 2020


Really good treatment. Staff friendly and caring. Sadly the food is terrible and very little. Thank you for the people working there. They are doing an amazing job and the work hard and put them selves at risk.

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Written by a patient
12th April 2020


25 years ago Mr Johnston found after reviewing my MRI that I had an ependymoma in C5 of my spinal cord. I had to wait 6 weeks before I could have the operation to remove it due to waiting for a new financial year. April 6th 1995 (my 1st wedding anniversary), Mr Johnston performed the lengthy operation at the old Atkinson Morley Hospital and removed all of the benign tumour. I cannot thank him enough. His expert care is second to none and it’s because of his skills that I am still alive today. Thank you so much to Mr Johnston and his brilliant team! I owe you my life! ❤️❤️❤️❤️ (I’ve also been able to celebrate 26 years of marriage & 2 beautiful sons to add to my legacy! Only made possible because Mr Johnston saved my life! Thank you from the bottom of my heart ❤️) x x

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Written by a patient
25th February 2020


Thanks to Meriem Amarouche the cause of my stroke was discovered her determination in finding the cause was astonishing especially when previous hospitals were ready to close my case and except they would never find the cause of having a stroke especially at my age, I’m very lucky to have been in her care now i can focus on the treatment.

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Written by a member of staff
9th February 2020


A great person to work with. Has excellent clinical skills and is great company in an otherwise challenging working environment. Wish him all the best for the future - he will be great GP.

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Written by a patient
9th February 2020


Highly not recommended. The staff is really busy, and they don't care to give you enough time for consultation. They make CBCT scan and they want to see me in 4 weeks, because they will be waiting for records. The delay was more then 1 hour. You can die, before they will start treatment. The most important think for them is from where I am coming from, not the health. I will do the operation private, because they don't want to treat!!!

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Written by a patient
30th January 2020


1) Outpatient assistant came to check my appointment details with DR C Anderson and said she would come back to me and let me know how long before I was seen and never did report back. I went to check myself with someone else as couldn't find her. 2) Waited 1 hour over my appointment time.

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Written by a patient
9th January 2020


I used the A&E department, I had an acceptable wait. Especially considering it turns out I should have really gone to my GP instead. Not that anyone made me feel bad for coming.

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