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Address:

Queen Mary's Hospital
Frognal Avenue
Sidcup, Kent
DA14 6LT

T: 020 8302 2678

Arriving by bus

You can catch any of the following buses: 160, 229, 269, 286, B14, R11.

Live bus information (TfL website)

Arriving by train

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.

Live departure information for Sidcup station (National Rail Enquiries website)

Arriving by car

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 for motorcycles and cycle racks near C Block.

Visiting times

Our inpatient post surgical ward (Averyhill - 4th floor, B block) welcomes visitors between 2.30pm to 5pm and 6.30pm to 8pm. Protected meal times are 12.30pm to 1.30pm and 5pm to 6pm.  A period is dedicated to sleep/rest (when lights are dimmed) between 1.30pm to 2.30pm.
 
For our surgical admission and day case ward (Mottingham - 4th floor, B block) there is no formal visiting but there are waiting areas.  
 
On our intermediate care at Meadow View (4th floor, B block) the visiting hours are 2pm to 8pm, and on the Foxbury ward (3rd floor, B block) we welcome visitors from 2pm to 7pm.
 
For the Woodlands Unit (E block), Lesney and Millbrook ward visiting hours are 2pm to 4pm weekdays and additionally 6pm to 8pm at weekends.  Holbrook ward visiting times are 2pm to 5pm and 6pm to 8pm seven days a week. Special arrangements for visiting can be made by contacting the ward in the first instance.
 
We will always try to be flexible depending on individual circumstances.

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.