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Gordon Smith

Gordon Smith

The ward provides 20 beds to treat a diverse number of patient groups, including those with leukaemia, lymphoma and non-malignant conditions of the blood such as bleeding disorders, thrombosis and sickle cell anaemia, in a clean, modern inpatient environment.

The ward is named after Ted Gordon-Smith, a retired professor of haematology at St George’s Hospital Medical School who first joined St George’s in 1987.

The aim is to make the ward a more pleasant and efficient environment for patients and staff through the addition of practical items such as equipment and extra furniture, TVs for rooms, exercise equipment, books and items to help pass the time. Additional staff training to support excellent patient care is also possible through charitable funds.

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