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Renal services

We offer the full range of renal services including nephrology, dialysis and transplantation services, serving a population of about two million across south west London and Surrey.


Read more about our renal services and other clinical services we offer

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Be a flu fighter - have your jab

As winter approaches, we are urging local people to protect themselves against flu, by making an appointment to have the vaccine. For most people, flu is an unpleasant but not serious illness. However, for people considered 'at risk' – including pregnant women, over 65s and those with long term health conditions, the impact can be devastating.

Read more about flu and why you should protect yourself and others

News for our GPs

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Improvements to the DartOCM system  

Following the success of the electronic ordering for Pathology, Cardiology and Radiology services, we are pleased to inform you of a new improvement to the DartOCM system.  

Read more GP news or see our events for GPs

Marion Louki Consultant Midwife

Marion Louki, consultant midwife

Marion Louki, an experienced consultant midwife, has joined our maternity team here at Epsom and St Helier from St George’s, Tooting.  Marion will offer the maternity staff leadership, management and development.  

Read more about Marion's role, see our current vacancies and benefits of working for us, or nominate staff for an award

From top left: The Trust's four hospitals - St Helier Hospital, Epsom Hospital, Sutton Hospital and Queen Mary's Hospital for Children

During a typical day in the life of our four hospitals...

...we see and treat 1,677 patients across all sites, and 14 babies are born.

...a matron walks more than three miles during his/her shift.

...we use 34 pints of blood in our operating theatres.

...we spend £28,219 on upgrading our hospitals and equipment.

...more than 90 people visit our website and look at 4,195 pages.

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  • Bake Off star declares Birth Centre open! Mel Giedroyc opens the Birth CentreStar of the hit TV show The Great British Bake Off, Mel Giedroyc, declared the new Birth Centre at Epsom hospital officially open today (10 December). 10 December 2014
  • Trauma patients in safe hands at St Helier Hospital Jackie Sullivan talking to a member of staffStaff at St Helier Hospital have been praised for the way they care for trauma patients (people with multiple serious injuries that could result in death or serious... 28 November 2014
  • An open letter to our patients Dear Patient, We are all deeply shocked by the criminal behaviour of Dr Robin Yeoh and are reassured by today's news that the judge has imposed an eight year sentence for... 26 November 2014
  • Dr Lam Hoe Yeoh Today we understand that Dr Lam Hoe Yeoh has pleaded guilty to a total of 14 charges including seven counts of voyeurism, six counts of making an indecent image of a child... 25 November 2014
  • Telling it like is kidney donor writes book about her experience Sam RowleyFor most people, donating an organ to a loved one would be an achievement large enough to last a lifetime. 25 November 2014