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GP survey – Unified Point of Access for Enhanced Rapid Response & @home
Pathway Homeless Team to continue for a further year
Redevelopment of Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup
GP survey - children’s occupational therapy
Transforming Outcomes and Health Through Imaging (TOHETI)
Service updates
No NHSmail fax referrals to the district nursing service
District Nursing Service – contact details
Prolonged Jaundice Service at Guy’s and St Thomas’
Evelina Centre for Inherited Metabolic Disease Service
Menopause and early menopause clinics
Tuberculosis community nurse-led service
Pathology updates from Viapath
Labelling sample and request forms
Chickenpox
Training and events
Free gynaecology update for GPs at Guy’s Hospital
Training and events
SAGE & THYME - a free 3 hour workshop on recognising and managing distress
Transforming end of life care
The Allergy Academy Spring Programme
Resilience in Healthcare Masterclass
5th Annual Anogenital and Oral Dermatology Course
Skin Biopsy Course
Bespoke education programme for teenagers with atopic eczema
Adult Metabolic Study Day
Delirium and Dementia
Research
Eating peanut at an early age prevents peanut allergy
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Redevelopment of Queen Mary's Hospital, Sidcup
 

Work started on the new state-of-the-art Guy’s and St Thomas’ Cancer Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup in November 2014. When it is completed in 2016, the Queen Mary’s Cancer Centre will provide 16,000 radiotherapy and 4,600 chemotherapy treatments a year. Most patients will no longer have to travel into central London for radiotherapy and chemotherapy because Guy’s and St Thomas’ staff will provide these treatments in Sidcup.

The Cancer Centre will include two new linear accelerator machines for radiotherapy treatment, as well as chemotherapy treatment facilities, together with an information and support service for cancer patients and their families provided by Dimbleby Cancer Care and Macmillan Cancer Support.

 

The redevelopment programme for Queen Mary’s Hospital, which is owned by Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, is set to deliver a range of state-of-the-art facilities for local people. It will also include a new Guy’s and St Thomas’ Kidney Treatment Centre.

 

Watch a short film about the new Cancer Centre and the new Kidney Treatment Centre.

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