A woman who was paralysed by a very rare condition that meant she had to learn to walk and talk again has praised the “incredible” team of nurses and doctors who cared for her.
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Winter illnesses like flu and norovirus are on the rise across Surrey and South West London – and hospitals are facing extreme pressures as a result.
Tens of thousands of patients going to St George’s, Epsom and St Helier’s emergency departments (EDs) have been tested for HIV in the past year, thanks to a pioneering scheme that helps people with the virus start treatment more quickly.
A young man who was “bed bound” for months by a debilitating condition is now “in a better place than he could ever imagine”, thanks to life-changing surgery at Epsom Hospital.
A karate teacher who was diagnosed with multiple myeloma four years ago says he approaches the cancer exactly how he would an opponent – by fighting.
Epsom and St Helier’s newest team member is not quite like the rest of us, although he comes close! HAL is the latest edition to the Simulation team’s family, and he’ll be helping us continually improve our care for paediatric patients.