We work closely with a range of partners to develop and deliver services that meet the needs of our local and wider patient communities.
One of our main partnerships is King's Health Partners. This is a pioneering collaboration brings together the best research, clinical excellence and world-class teaching to deliver groundbreaking advances in physical and mental healthcare.
We work with the Lambeth and Southwark clinical commissioning groups. We are also working with the local councils and other partners to develop the local Health and Wellbeing Boards.
Joint working in cancer
Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital and King’s College Hospital work together as King's Health Partners Integrated Cancer Centre. As such, we are key members of the South East London Cancer Network.
A vision for service improvement and distribution across the three hospitals was agreed and is now being implemented. Oncologists from Guy’s and St Thomas’ attend clinics in the many cancer units across the network.
See our cancer services.
We are also the renal transplant centre for SE London.
We have well-established links, both formal and informal, with many non-health related partners across the locality.
Through membership of local development and partnership boards across Lambeth and Southwark we play a full role in the development of the local community.
We have links with both local authorities - formally through oversight and scrutiny and planning groups as well as informally. We also have elected representatives of the community in Parliament and on the Councils.
Through our links with such groups as the Lambeth Pensioners Association, Cancer Black Care, LinkSouthwark and LinkLambeth and many others, we seek to ensure that the services we run are appropriate to the needs of the diverse local community that we serve.
Regeneration and renewal in South London
We are represented on the following groups and partnerships:
South Bank Employers Group
South Bank Partnership
Waterloo Project Board
Bankside Business Partnership
Pool of London Partnership
South Central London City Growth Strategy
MORE London Advisory Group
Archbishops Park regeneration committee.