Oxleas House (older adult ward) Greenwich

Visitors to wards

Due to the current COVID-19 outbreak, our wards are now closed to visitors. We realise that this will be difficult for many people, however it is something we have had to do in order to protect patients, staff and visitors alike. 

We will keep this decision under constant review and as soon as we are able, we will reopen the wards.


Oxleas House provides 24 hour inpatient mental health services for adults and older adults living in the borough of Greenwich.

Shepherdleas Ward
Tel: 0203 953 6360 Fax: 0203 953 6366

Categories

  • Mental health services: Older people

Related Information

Oxleas House Entrance

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How to find us:

 

Buses:
Routes 161, 244, 291, 386, 469, 486 and Mobility bus routes 855 and 856.

Trains:
There are a number of local rail stations near to Oxleas House:
Woolwich Arsenal, Woolwich Dockyard, Blackheath and Charlton.

All rail stations are within a 10–15 minute bus or taxi ride away from Oxleas House. Most London and local destinations are served by trains from these stations such as London Bridge, Blackheath, Charing Cross, Erith and Dartford.

Car parking:
There is limited pay and display car parking on the hospital site.

 

Address:

Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Stadium Road
Woolwich
London

SE18 4QH

Public phone number:

0203 953 6340 / 0203 953 6341

Fax number:

 

 

 

Video:
Inpatient admission - older adults: A carer's experience
Inpatient admission - older adults: What to expect

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1 Comments

i needed to visit someone at shepherdleas ward and spent half an hour trying to find visiting times i cant find them so i will have to telephone why dont you show them clearly online and save your staff from having to answer queries like mine i am sure they have other things they could be doing with their time

Dear Derek

Thank you for raising this issue. We would like to make the improvements you suggest. The manager of Shepherdleas ward, Angela Williams, will be in touch to discuss your concerns and ideas for improving communication.

Kind regards

Rachel Matheson
Service Manager for Mental Health, Greenwich