The Queen Elizabeth and Princess Royal hospitals are new, purpose-built, modern facilities, with separate sex accommodation, wards and bays. Designed to maximise infection control, the space and environment of these hospitals have contributed to the very low rates of hospital acquired infection. Queen Mary's hospital in Sidcup is being developed as a specialist centre for non-emergency surgery and patients are currently being treated in state-of-the-art theatres.
In Bromley we provide acute healthcare from three sites: the Princess Royal University Hospital (formerly Farnborough Hospital), Orpington and Beckenham. The Chartwell Cancer Unit, West Kent Eye Centre, and Alan Cumming Day Treatment Centre at the Princess Royal, the Orpington Treatment Centre and the Minor Injuries Unit at Beckenham are all held in high regard in the community.
Queen Elizabeth Woolwich was opened as a new premises on the site of the former Queen Elizabeth Military Hospital in March 2001. Facilities include over 520 beds, seven main theatres and two day surgery theatres, together with state of the art imaging and laboratory facilities, from which we offer a wide range of clinical services.
Queen Mary's Sidcup site is currently being designed with local GPs to become a specialist centre for non-emergency surgery, alongside a range of health campus facilities to ensure that Queen Mary's thrives into the future. There is a 24/7 urgent care centre on the site and a new children's assessment unit and the range of outpatient services including blood testing.
Updated August 2011