Our A&E department at St Peter’s Hospital is currently very busy, so in order to get the best service for you and your family, please make sure you choose the most appropriate service.
This might be your GP, a local walk-in centre or, for simple coughs and colds, the local pharmacist. Many people think A&E is the quick and easy option but more often than not coming to hospital emergency departments will mean longer waits, often in busy and crowded waiting rooms. Our A&E department is very busy at the moment so unless you really are an emergency you will be seen more quickly elsewhere.
Please help us keep our A&E department free for emergencies.
About the Trust
We are a medium sized district general hospital working across two sites, St Peter's Hospital in Chertsey, Surrey and Ashford Hospital in Middlesex.
We are the largest provider of acute hospital services in Surrey, serving a population of more than 380,000 people in the boroughs of Runnymede, Spelthorne, Woking and parts of Elmbridge, Hounslow, Surrey Heath and beyond.
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The WOW! Awards
The WOW! Awards are an easy way for patients and visitors to tell us about a member of staff or a team which provide an outstanding service.
We want everyone to receive the highest standards of care and service at Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. To help support this, we are asking patients and visitors to tell us when they have been WOW’d by a member of staff or a team has gone the extra mile.
The WOW! Awards help organisations to benefit from outstanding customer service. This gives staff the recognition they deserve and inspires them and other colleagues to deliver a fantastic service all the time.
Patients and visitors can pick up a nomination form from around the hospital or alternatively, nominate easily via our website. Nominations are reviewed on a monthly basis by The WOW! Awards team and hand signed certificates are issued to winners.
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A Surrey project aimed at reducing falls and fractures in care homes and preventing emergency admissions to hospital has been shortlisted for the Care Integration Awards 2013, jointly promoted by Health Service Journal (HSJ)
The annual survey of patients that have stayed at least one night at Ashford and St. Peter’s Hospitals shows that they have experienced a significant improvement in nursing care compared with that reported in last year’s
All staff at Ashford and St Peter's are committed to our pledge to put patients first. In the short film below, you can see three patients tell their stories and find out a little more about our vision to become the best NHS Trust in the country.