When completed in 2017, the Cancer Centre will be able to provide 16,000 radiotherapy and 4,600 chemotherapy treatments a year, allowing patients to receive treatment close to home.

Work has started on a new Kidney Treatment Centre, expected to open in early 2017, delivering a comprehensive range of kidney services to the local community.

Meadow View, a new 34 bed unit for patients requiring intermediate care and neuro-rehabilitation opened in December 2014, replacing the former Reeves and Chislehurst wards.

Work has started on the £22.9M redevelopment of the ground and first floors on the main building to provide modern and well-designed clinical accommodation and to bring the various outpatient services together.

Acorns is our new purpose-built Children’s Development centre bringing together many children’s services together in one location.

As part of a three-year transformation programme of Queen Mary’s Hospital and its services, Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust has begun a major £30 million investment programme to refurbish the hospital site and construct new buildings.

Watch our short video and use the interactive tool which helps explain our vision for the future of Queen Mary's Hospital and the services that will be provided.

Site owned and managed by Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust

Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust became the owners of Queen Mary's Hospital on 1 October 2013. Oxleas continues to provide services at the hospital and run the estate for the other NHS organisations providing services there.