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Springfield is changing: Share the news with your community

Springfield is changing: Share the news with your community

Exciting changes are just around the corner at Springfield University Hospital! 

This autumn construction finishes on the new Trinity and Shaftesbury buildings and bright, modern environments open to patients at South West London and St George's.

Join consultations on the final stage of residential development at Springfield Village

The development of Springfield Village is continuing at pace at the Trust’s Springfield site, with new mental health facilities scheduled to open in the coming months.

These new buildings will provide high-quality inpatient services and sit at the heart of Springfield Village, a new mixed-used community, combining healthcare and residential neighbourhoods in a parkland setting.

Nominations are open - recognise an outstanding member of staff today

It's that time of the year - the nominations for the Annual Staff Quality Awards are now open!

August’s Exceptional People Award goes to Frederick Mills

Frederick Mills has been named as the next recipient of South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust’s Exceptional People Award, having been selected as the August 2022 winner.

Annabella Dyer wins July’s Exceptional People Award

Annabella Dyer, who works within the Deaf Adult Community Team here at South West London and St George’s, has been named as the winner of the Trust’s Exceptional People Award for July.

Supporting those affected by the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II: further information from Thrive LDN

Following the information we posted on Friday on how to access support for feelings of bereavement or following an upsetting event, here are some more resources which might help you or the person you care for.

Important message about patient and service user appointments booked for Bank Holiday Monday 19 September 2022

Following the death of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, Monday 19 September 2022 is now a bank holiday to mark the date of the Queen’s funeral.

Friday, 09 September 2022

Support following a bereavement or upsetting event

Following a bereavement or upsetting event, it is common for people to experience a range of feelings. 

Physician Associate Recruitment Open Day

Calling all Physicians Associates! Are you interested in a career in mental health? Want to support patients in South West London on their journey of recovery? Keen to work in some of the most modern mental health facilities in the country? If the answer is yes, then register to come to our Physician Associate Recruitment Open Day and find out why this is a great time to join our inclusive mental health Trust.

Summer Stakeholder Bulletin

Get the latest from around the Trust in our quartertly Stakeholder Bulletin. 

We look back at our summer street parties and annual public meeting, and ahead to exciting changes coming up at Springfield Hospital. 

Our Trust address is changing

The transformation of our Springfield site to the new 'Springfield Village' continues, with hundreds of new homes, shops and our new park taking shape alongside our new facilities, Trinity and Shaftesbury.

As this happens our sitemap will begin to look slightly different. This will mean a change of address for all of our buildings at Springfield including our official Trust address.

Dr Lynne Drummond releases ‘Everything You Need To Know About OCD’

Dr Lynne Drummond hopes to get more people talking about obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) with the release of her new book ‘Everything You Need To Know About OCD’.

Wisteria ward re-opens after major refurbishment 

Wisteria ward, a specialist unit for children and young people with eating disorders, has re-opened at Springfield University Hospital after a major refurbishment.

Tackling the ‘cost of living’ in Merton

Staff from the Trust’s Merton Uplift service and communications department teamed up at a ‘Cost of Living’ event hosted by Merton Council on Saturday 23 July.

Wednesday, 10 August 2022

Support for young people as exam results season approaches

Waiting for your exams could be a stressful time and today we are launching a capital-wide campaign to support children and young people in getting the help they need to support their mental health.

As exam results season approaches, students’ mental health is once again under the spotlight as many struggle to cope with expectations.

With A level and GCSE results due later this month, the London-wide Open Your Mind campaign aims to make children and young people more aware of the mental health support that is available to them across the capital.

Its aim is to support young people in seeking help early, before reaching a crisis point, including during times of heightened pressure such as around results’ days.

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