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Healthcare professionals

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The Trust works closely with GPs (General Practitioners) to make sure our patients receive the best possible care. We also have good relationships with other primary care colleagues, including dentists, pharmacists and opticians, as well as with our partners in other acute, mental health and ambulance trusts.

We actively encourage other healthcare professionals to contact us if they have questions about the services we provide or would like to offer feedback. 

As teaching hospitals, the Trust plays a key role in the education and training of tomorrow's doctors, nurses and other health professionals. We also have an active research and development programme, which is trying to find new ways to treat and care for the patients of the future.

Research and development

We have a well established R&D department with a reputation for high quality clinical research.

General Practitioners

The Trust is committed to improving the way we communicate with GPs, and forging stronger links with our colleagues in primary care.

Education programmes

Both Epsom Hospital and St Helier Hospital are teaching hospitals, providing vital clinical education and training to future healthcare professionals.

What else?

Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust provides a broad range of services to its population in southwest London and northeast Surrey.

Infection control

Bare below the elbows

The safety of all our staff and patients is important to us. That's why reducing the rates of infections is our top priority. Read more about how we tackle infection control

Why choose us?

There are many reasons why you should refer patients to have treatment with us. Here are just a few:

1. High quality, safe care
2. Clean and welcoming
3. Extensive range of services
4. Easy to get to
5. Ongoing investment