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Supporting you in Local Care Networks
First ever website for Evelina London
‘DIY antibiotics’ at home
Solving catheter care challenges
Lambeth and Southwark GP Focus Group
Have you ever had to refer a client for sexual and reproductive health services?
The new tissue viability pressure ulcer app
Service updates
Guy’s and St Thomas’ goes smoke free – our services to help patients stop smoking
The Dental Health Psychology Service
Transforming emergency care at St Thomas’ Hospital
Female genital mutilation (FGM) clinic at Guy's and St Thomas'
Choir for visually impaired seeks singers
Clinical updates
Daily bathing is currently considered optimal for most children with atopic eczema
Could you recognise a lichen planus case if it were presented to you today?
Pathology updates from Viapath
Easter timings
Phlebotomy update
tQuest update
Training and events
Free gynaecology update for GPs at Guy’s Hospital
Free paediatrics update at Guy's Hospital
Free plastic surgery GP seminar at Guy's Hospital
Training and events
The Allergy Academy Spring Programme
SAGE & THYME - a free 3 hour workshop on recognising and managing distress
Admission Avoidance
Free sexual health promotion training for your team
Optimising Prostate Cancer Diagnostics
Transforming end of life care
Resilience in Healthcare Masterclass
5th Annual Anogenital and Oral Dermatology Course
Skin Biopsy Course
Adult Metabolic Study Day
3D replica of a patient’s heart
C-section simulator trains doctors in high risk births
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Transforming emergency care at St Thomas’ Hospital
Our Trust is investing £20 million to create a state-of-the-art Emergency Floor on the ground floor of Lambeth Wing and East Wing at St Thomas’ Hospital.  Work is being carried out in phases to minimise disruption to services.  

Please note the following construction activity taking place in March:

From 23 March the Lambeth link corridor at St Thomas’, which runs from the Emergency Department (A&E) to East Wing, will close permanently to enable construction of the Emergency Floor to progress.  Pedestrian access to the Emergency Department from Lambeth Palace Road will be maintained and all emergency services will continue to operate as normal.


Patients will be directed to use the hospital main entrance or Lambeth Wing to access all other departments.


The project will transform not only the Emergency Department at St Thomas’ but also the acute medical wards, improving the quality, safety and efficiency of care as well as the overall experience of patients requiring emergency treatment. 

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