Praise for St George’s Training

St George's is the local hospital to Magdalen EstateSt George’s, the nearest hospital to the Magdalen Estate and one of the most celebrated medical teaching institutions in the country, has received praise for a new training initiative that trauma staff are being able to make full use of. Having recently received an education grant following a successful Simulation and Technology-enhanced Learning Initiative bid, the hospital have been able to build a trauma simulation room in the accident and emergency department, complete with patient dummy. The room allows staff to respond to a mock trauma call as though it were a real-life situation, and is part of a continuous scheme to continually improve the quality of and ways in which medical staff are trained.
Natalie Holbery, lecturer and practitioner in major trauma care at St George’s commented, “This provides a fantastic opportunity to host a range of impromptu and planned simulation events using the multi-skilled trauma team.”
If you’ve got any news from St George’s that you’d like to share with us, or perhaps have caught wind of a story from the Magdalen Estate area, please do get in touch and one of our team will be on hand to take your call-we look forward to featuring your contribution in our blog!
Robert Laughton

Robert Laughton

Robert Laughton is a local resident of Wandsworth with an interested in the local community and a mission to explain to all and sundry the correct pronunciation of Magdalen (as in the college).
 

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