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United Hospitals

United Hospitals is the historical collective name of the medical schools of London. They are all part of the University of London (UL) with the exception of Imperial College School of Medicine which left in 2007. The original United Hospitals referred to Guy's Hospital and St Thomas's Hospital and their relationship prior to 1769. Since then the name has been adopted by the medicals schools.

In addition to inter-collegiate UL competitions, which include all UL colleges, the United Hospitals are engaged in an active series of sporting events against each other, and also at times as a united team.

Members

The current United Hospitals are:

Medical School University Teaching Hospitals
King's College London School of Medicine and Dentistry (GKT) King's College London Guy's Hospital · King's College Hospital · St Thomas's Hospital
Imperial College School of Medicine (ICSM) Imperial College London Charing Cross Hospital · Chelsea and Westminster Hospital · St Mary's Hospital, London · Hammersmith Hospital
Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry (BL) Queen Mary, University of London St Bartholomew's Hospital · Royal London Hospital
UCL Medical School (RUMS) University College London University College Hospital · The Royal Free Hospital · The Whittington Hospital
St Helier Hospital

Medical Student Newspaper is also distributed to the five members, with the editorial team being made up of students from each school. For the purposes of sporting events, the Royal Veterinary College is included in the United Hospitals. The five members also contribute to the Saving Londoners' Lives project, sending medical students to deliver emergency life support skills training in schools.

The original 13 United Hospitals of London were:

Charing Cross Hospital Medical School
1818-1984
Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School
1984-1997
Imperial College School of Medicine
1997-
Westminster Hospital Medical School
1834-1984
St Mary's Hospital Medical School
1854-1997
Royal Postgraduate Medical School
1935-1997
St Thomas's Hospital Medical School
1550-1982
United Medical and Dental Schools of Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals
1982-1998
King's College London School of Medicine and Dentistry
1998-
Guy's Hospital Medical School
King's College Medical School
Middlesex Hospital Medical School
1745-1987
University College & Middlesex School of Medicine
1987-1998
The Royal Free & University College Medical School
1998-2008
renamed
UCL Medical School
2008-
University College Hospital Medical School
1834-1987
Royal Free Hospital Medical School
1874-1998
St Bartholomew's Hospital Medical College Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry
The London Hospital Medical College

MedGroup

MedGroup is the collective body of Students' Union presidents and British Medical Association representatives from each of the five member medical schools. Monthly meetings ensure common workings and sharing of best-practice within the student bodies.

Sports

Combined Teams

Occasionally compete in National Association of Medics Sports

Competitions

YEAR Rugby Men's Hockey Women's Hockey Football Men's Bumps Women's Bumps Cricket Athletics Revue Tennis Netball Cricket Squash Women's Rugby
GKT RUMS
2012-13 BL GKT RUMS SGUL SGUL GKT ICSM GKT
2011-12 BL ICSM RUMS SGUL SGUL ICSM ICSM SGUL ICSM
2010-11 ICSM ICSM GKT GKT GKT SGUL ICSM SGUL ICSM SGUL
2009-10 ICSM SGUL RUMS GKT GKT ICSM GKT ICSM ICSM
2008-9 GKT Not Played GKT GKT RUMS| RUMS ICSM
2007-8 ICSM SGUL BL GKT RUMS ICSM GKT ICSM ICSM
2006-7 ICSM SGUL GKT GKT ICSM ICSM ICSM
2005-6 ICSM SGUL BL ICSM GKT ICSM GKT ICSM ICSM
2004-5 ICSM ICSM ICSM ICSM GKT SGUL SGUL ICSM
2003-4 ICSM GKT ICSM ICSM RUMS ICSM SGUL
2002-3 ICSM GKT ICSM ICSM ICSM BL SGUL
2001-2 ICSM ICSM ICSM BL -
2000-1 GKT GKT ICSM BL - ICSM
1999-2000 ICSM GKT ICSM GKT ICSM - ICSM
1998-9 ICSM ICSM ICSM ICSM ICSM - ICSM
1997-8 ICSM ICSM ICSM ICSM ICSM - ICSM

References

External links

  • MedGroup
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