Queen Mary's Hospital

Queen Mary’s Hospital is a community hospital located in Sidcup and is run by Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust. We work in partnership with:

In collaboration with our partners, we provide a range of healthcare services to the population of South East London and Kent. Find out which services are provided by each below.

How to find us: Frognal Avenue, Sidcup, Kent, DA14 6LT

General enquires: If you need further information regarding your visit or appointment, please contact our switchboard on 020 8302 2678.

Patient, Advice and Liaison (PALS) team: oxl-tr.qmh-pals@nhs.net

Alliance Medical Limited at Queen Mary's Hospital

Alliance Medical Limited is a private healthcare provider and operates the following services at Queen Mary's Hospital:

Bromley Healthcare at Queen Mary's Hospital

Bromley Healthcare provide the following services at Queen Mary's Hospital:

Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust at Queen Mary's Hospital

Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust provide the following services at Queen Mary's Hospital:

Diaverum at Queen Mary's Hospital

Diaverum is a private healthcare provider and operates renal services at Queen Mary's Hospital:

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust at Queen Mary's Hospital

Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust provide the following services at Queen Mary's Hospital:

King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust at Queen Mary's Hospital

King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust provide the following services at Queen Mary's Hospital:

  • Ophthalmology  
  • Ophthalmic Theatres - Newlands
  • Musculoskeletal
  • Gillies Unit - Maxillofacial and Dental
  • Breast Screening Unit

Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Foundation Trust at Queen Mary's Hospital

Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Foundation Trust provide the following services at Queen Mary's Hospital:

Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust at Queen Mary's Hospital

Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust provide the following services at Queen Mary's Hospital:

Urgent Care Centre at Queen Mary's Hospital

Hurley Group have been providing GP out-of-hours and Urgent Care Centre (UTC) services to the residents of Bexley since 1 July 2014.  Queen Mary's Hospital does not have an A&E, however, the UTC is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.

Patients are strongly advised to use NHS 111 as the first point of contact prior to walking into the UTC, although the walk in service is still available to them.

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