We offer help to people with acquired neurological impairments to enable them to lead a more independent life in the community.
Our team includes:
We work closely with other local services in the London Borough of Bexley and neighbouring boroughs, including GPs, acute hospitals, leisure services, social services, the Stroke Association, and other patient organisations.
The service is for you if you:
What we offer
Our aim is to help you maximise independence in your daily life so that you can do the things you want to do. We will work with you in your own environment: at home, in your day centre, at work, as an outpatient or in an inpatient bed at Queen Mary’s Hospital site. We can work with you, your family, friends or carers.
There are specialists on our team who can help with specific issues, like returning to work.
How to access the service
You can be referred to our service by:
Please note that we are not an emergency service. If you need help urgently, please contact your GP. We aim to make initial contact with you within seven days of referral.
You can contact us Monday to Friday from 8:30am to 5:00pm.
How to find us:
160, 229, 269, 286, B14, R11
Trains travel regularly to Sidcup station from London Charing Cross, London Bridge, Waterloo East, Cannon Street and New Cross as well as Dartford, Gravesend, Slade Green and Crayford. The hospital is about 25 minutes walk from Sidcup station or you can take a bus or taxi – buses 160, 229 and 286 run between the hospital grounds and the train station.
The hospital is beside the A20 Sidcup Bypass, and you should come off at Frognal Corner onto the A222. Queen Mary’s Hospital has 350 pay and display public parking spaces with bays for people with disabilities outside each main building. There is a paved area to the rear of the Snack Box cafe for motorcycles (C Block). Cycle racks are also near the cafe.
Queen Mary’s Hospital
Public phone number:
020 8308 5429
020 8308 3152