Our goal is to improve the patient experience by offering better treatment outcomes for people with sickle cell disease and thalassaemia
WHO WE ARE
SELSEHCC was formerly known as STSTN and is a haemoglobinopathy collaboration led by heathcare professionals, including consultants, nurses, psychologists and others, across King’s College Hospital, Evelina Children’s Hospital and Guy’s and St Thomas’s NHS Foundation Trusts. We work closely with other hospitals in London and South East England, including University Hospital Lewisham, Queen Elizabeth Hospital Woolwich, and Croydon University Hospital. In total we provide care for over 4000 patients within the network, which covers 10 NHS trusts.
The network has strong links with centres across South London and South East England, including Darent Valley Hospital, Medway Hospital and Brighton and Sussex University Hospital. St. George’s Healthcare NHS Trust (a specialist tertiary centre for South West London and Surrey) is part of the South West London Network, however we collaborate closely on a number of areas, such as guidelines and psychological support.