• Dr Salim Yasin, consultant paediatrician in a clinic room

    "TO KNOW THAT YOU'VE BEEN A PART OF THEIR CARE, AND TO SEE THEM LAUGHING AND SMILING LIKE NOTHING HAPPENED AT ALL, IS EXACTLY WHY WE DO WHAT WE DO."

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  • Jacqueline Mahoney, Assistant Service Manager, at her desk

    “WE GIVE 100% FOR OUR PATIENTS AND THE WIDER COMMUNITY – THEY ARE THE PEOPLE WHO MATTER MOST, AND WHY WE’RE HERE.”

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Epsom Hospital
Dorking Road, Epsom
Surrey, KT18 7EG
Tel: 01372 735735

St Helier Hospital and Queen Mary's Hospital for Children
Wrythe Lane, Carshalton
Surrey, SM5 1AA
Tel: 020 8296 2000

Sutton Hospital
Cotwold Road, Sutton
Surrey, SM2 5NF
Tel: 020 8296 2000

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  • St Helier hospital with a conveyor belt depicting patients arriving and leaving A&E

    Target: 95% of all patients attending accident and emergency (A&E) departments should be treated, admitted or discharged within a maximum of four hours

    Result: 93% in February 2016

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    We are committed to reducing hospital-acquired infections and have made great progress in the last 10 years. So far this year (2015-16), we had four cases of MRSA and 28 cases of C. difficile (as at February 2016).

  • People standing outside St Helier Hospital with speech bubbles

    In March 2016, 93.8% of patients said they would recommend our services to their friends and family if they needed care. 3.5% said they would not. 

  • A risk gauge with doctors and nurses

    Our hospitals have been given the second lowest possible risk rating by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) - a five (one is the highest, six is the lowest)

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