You can read all our latest news, developments and achievements in our magazine – the GiST.
As local hospitals and the provider of community services in Lambeth and Southwark, we're keen to tell you more about what we do and how you can get involved in our work. There is much to celebrate and be proud of – from our services and exceptional staff to the amazing research and innovation which is allowing us to deliver new and better treatments.
You can download a copy of each issue below.
In this edition of the GiST read how Jack Pepper, who was just 18 years old when he had a heart transplant at Harefield Hospital, is getting back to living his life to the full.
You can also learn more about the work of the South Thames Retrieval Service (STRS), and how celebrity fitness coach Joe Wicks joined forces with the Trust to create a free online exercise video for people with Parkinson's.
This issue also includes advice on how to combat hay fever symptoms.
A text only version of the GiST, issue 41 is also available.
In this edition of the GiST you can read about how intensive care unit sister Ginny Wanjiro devised a project to look after the hair and skin of patients from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.
You can also read about the winners of the inaugural Kofoworola Abeni Pratt Fellowship Inclusion Awards who are improving equality, diversity and inclusion across the Trust.
A text only version of the GiST, issue 40 is also available.
In this edition of the GiST you can find out how staff at Evelina London's neonatal unit supports families through every step of their journey, empowering parents to feel confident in caring for their baby on the unit and preparing them to go home.
You can also read about our neighbourhood nurses trialling electric bikes to visit their patients, and learn about how the Trust became one of the first in the UK to pilot new resources to improve support for Black women who are pregnant.
A text only version of the GiST, issue 39 is also available.
In this edition of the GiST you can find out how staff working in the community-based Amputee Rehabilitation Unit help around 100 people each year to return to living independently, and read about a support group that was set up by Guy’s Cancer to improve support for Black men with prostate cancer.
You can also read about the RHS Chelsea Flower Show’s award-winning Florence Nightingale Garden at St Thomas’ Hospital, and find out about The Princess Royal’s visit to the new Diagnostic Centre at Royal Brompton Hospital.
A text only version of the GiST, issue 38 is also available.
In this edition of the GiST, you can read about how the Trust has been using robotic technology to help treat patients with different types of cancer for 20 years, meet the man behind our pioneering robotic surgery programme and read about how our community rehabilitation and falls service has been helping older people to stay active during the pandemic. A text only version of the GiST, issue 37 is also available.