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Welcome to Epsom, Sutton and St Helier Hospitals

Taking time to chat with patient Joy Gray about her care in St Helier

Our Patient First Programme

The experience you have at our hospitals is very important to us so we've developed a new programme to help our staff see things from your point of view.

Read more about our Patient First Programme 

Renal patient Steve Purcell

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

Dr James Marsh, Joint Medical Director

Don't blame it on the sunshine

Now that summer is in full swing and a heatwave is affecting parts of the UK, healthcare professionals from Epsom and St Helier hospitals are urging local residents to take care in the sunshine. 

Dr James Marsh, Joint Medical Director, said: “Everybody loves the summer, but it’s important for us to protect our skin from the sun’s harmful rays and stay healthy in hot weather.

Read more about protecting yourself from the sun and the heat.

News for our GPs

Doctors from the Hypertension Service

New hypertension service for GPs at St Helier  

GPs can now refer patients to the hypertension clinic run by our consultant nephrologists.

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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"I'd like to say a huge thank you to the nursing staff on duty on New Year's Eve who were brilliant looking after my dad.

He's come home today and you have looked after him and were all superb - your efforts are very much appreciated."

Ian Lovatt, via Facebook 

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Have your say

Involving patients in what we do is one of the main ways in which we can make sure we offer you the best quality care. 
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Join our 'Your hospital' panel

Have you been a patient of ours and/or do you live in Epsom, Sutton, Merton or the surrounding area? If yes, have your say and be part of our exciting panel - join now.