We are an award-winning NHS foundation trust
We are proud of our exceptional staff and facilities. Read about some of our recent achievements.
Trust midwife, Mary Sheridan, is one of the first people in England to receive the Chief Midwifery Officer’s gold award.
The Trust’s National Xeroderma Pigmentosum (XP) service received the dermatology team of the year award at the British Medical Journal’s BMJ awards.
Trust doctor Dr Michael Farquhar has won Inspiration Award at the inaugural Proud Scotland Awards for spearheading the NHS rainbow badges scheme.
Colorectal consultant nurse Fiona Hibberts was awarded Gastrointestinal/IBD Nurse of the Year at the 2019 British Journal of Nursing Awards.
Critical care physician Dr Manu Shankar-Hari has received the Lowry Fink Fellowship from the International Sepsis Forum in recognition of his work in sepsis.
Professor Beverley Hunt, consultant in thrombosis and haemostasis at Guy’s and St Thomas’, has been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list for her commitment to global awareness and prevention of thrombosis
The Lambeth Early Action Partnership (LEAP) won the team award at the London Maternity and Midwifery Festival.
Evelina London's audiology team was named team of the year by the British Academy of Audiology.
Guy's and St Thomas' was commended by the BMA Patient Information Awards for The Little Book About Kidneys.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ research midwife Annette Briley received a Royal College of Midwives (RCM) Fellowship for her work to improve care for women and their families.
Three members of staff from Guy’s and St Thomas’ were recognised in the Queen’s Birthday Honours list.
A team of midwives at Guy’s and St Thomas’ won the Maternal Health award at the inaugural Burdett Awards.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ picked up multiple accolades at the NHS Sustainability Awards 2018.
A consultant obstetrician at Guy’s and St Thomas’ was recognised in the New Year Honours List for his work in maternity services.
Two apprentices from Guy’s and St Thomas’ picked up awards at the regional finals of the National Apprenticeship Awards.
The NIHR Clinical Research Facility (CRF) at Guy’s and St Thomas’ became the first NHS-managed facility in London, and the second in the UK, to receive a special award recognising its high standards.
Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust was recognised for transforming patient care by winning an impressive seven awards at the Building Better Healthcare Awards.
Staff working across public services to help people affected by the terrorist attacks at Westminster and London Bridge, as well as the Grenfell Tower fire, were publicly recognised at NHS Lambeth CCG’s annual Lammy Awards on Wednesday 6 September.
The Guy’s and St Thomas’ Communications team was named as the Health and Local Government Communications Team of the Year.
The new Cancer Centre at Guy’s won two prestigious industry awards.
A project which has improved the quality of information available to women who have had uterine fibroids won a top NHS award.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ was highly commended in three categories of the NHS Sustainability Awards which were held at Imperial College in South Kensington on Wednesday 17 May.
Three pioneering projects were winners at the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Awards on Thursday 4 May.
Siobhan Pearson won the Student Midwife Award at the Royal College of Midwifery (RCM) Awards.
The Guy’s and St Thomas’ Cardiac Physiology team won the Science Driving Innovation in Healthcare Delivery Award at the Chief Scientific Officer’s Awards.
Four innovative projects were shortlisted to win a Health Service Journal (HSJ) Value in Healthcare Award.
The allergy service at Guy’s and St Thomas’ has become only the fourth centre in the world to be recognised as a Centre of Excellence for allergy.
A nurse from Guy’s and St Thomas’ received a coveted award from heart failure charity The Pumping Marvellous Foundation after being nominated by patients.
The Hospitality team was presented with a CARE award by Chairman Sir Hugh Taylor and Chief Executive Amanda Pritchard at this week’s Trust Board meeting.
Hannah Reed, Coaching and Mentoring Development Manager at the Trust, won the Gold Award for the best coaching and mentoring programme category at the Training Journal Awards this week.
Staff who have worked at Guy's and St Thomas' for more than 25 years were honoured at the Trust's annual Long Service Awards on Thursday 1 December.
A project that supports new mothers to breastfeed for longer was shortlisted for a prestigious award in the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) Annual Midwifery Awards.
The new Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’ apprenticeships programme were both winners at the Health Business Awards 2016.
The Communications team at Guy’s and St Thomas’ won the 'Best Live Event – External' category of the CorpComms Awards 2016.
A nurse who works on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in Evelina London Children's Hospital received the coveted Guy's and St Thomas' People's Award – nominated by patients and members of the public.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ apprenticeships programme was shortlisted for no fewer than three different awards.
The new Cancer Centre at Guy’s Hospital was shortlisted for a major national award – less than two months after opening its doors to patients.
The project to reclad East Wing at St Thomas’ Hospital won the Award for Sustainable Development at the prestigious Building Better Healthcare Awards.
An apprentice at Guy’s and St Thomas’ and an initiative to improve patient care through imaging both won prestigious awards.
A Guy’s and St Thomas’ programme which works with young people with diabetes, who have low levels of engagement with their care, was recognised at a prestigious awards ceremony.
The allergy service for adult patients at Guy's and St Thomas' was awarded ‘Centre for Excellence’ status by the Global Allergy and Asthma European Network (GA²LEN).
Imaging services at Guy’s and St Thomas’ and King’s College London were awarded ISAS (Imaging Services Accreditation Scheme) accreditation.
Catering staff at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust earned a prestigious award.
A community physiotherapist and a nursing assistant won recognition at the Lammy Awards for their outstanding contribution to health and social care in Lambeth.
Guy's and St Thomas' staff were shortlisted for four Health Service Journal (HSJ) Awards.
A project to reduce infections in heart patients after surgery was shortlisted for a Nursing Times Award.
Two pioneering specialist nurses from St John’s Institute of Dermatology received awards from the British Dermatological Nursing Group.
Two top health experts at Guy’s and St Thomas’ were recognised in the Queen’s birthday honours list.
A pharmacist at Guy’s and St Thomas’ was named as a finalist for the Royal Pharmaceutical Society’s I Love My Pharmacist Award.
An innovative project to help older people who are at risk of suffering a fall won a Health Service Journal (HSJ) Value in Healthcare Award.
Two very different aspects of the services delivered by Essentia – Guy’s and St Thomas’ estates, facilities, capital development and IT directorate – achieved national recognition in the 2016 Health Service Journal (HSJ) Value in Healthcare Awards.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ won the Quality of Care Award at the 2016 CHKS Top Hospitals Awards for demonstrating its commitment to providing a high level of care for patients.
An innovative approach to providing psychological care for patients with skin disease has won a prestigious British Medical Journal (BMJ) Award.
An initiative to support dietary management of irritable bowel syndrome (IBS) and a screening system that improves psychological care for patients with skin disease were both shortlisted for the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Awards.
Two nurses working with London's most vulnerable people have had their photographs shortlisted for the Royal College of Nursing (RCN) Care on Camera Award.
The Trust was shortlisted for the Quality of Care Award in the 2016 CHKS Top Hospitals Awards.
The rheumatology service at Guy’s and St Thomas’ won a national award for its clinic helping patients with fibromyalgia, a long-term condition that causes widespread pain.
The stroke service at Guy’s and St Thomas’ achieved an ‘A’ star rating in the Sentinel Stroke National Audit Programme (SSNAP).
Anna Gaudion and Nina Khazaezadeh from our maternal mental health team were shortlisted for the Royal College of Midwives (RCM) Annual Midwifery Awards.