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We provide a full range of services for residents at Queen Mary's Hospital in Sidcup.

Guy’s Cancer at QMH

Guy's Cancer at Queen Mary's Hospital (QMH), is a state-of-the-art Cancer Centre that offers local cancer patients the opportunity for chemotherapy and radiotherapy treatment closer to home.


The service provides a range of gynaecology procedures including hysterectomies and prolapse repairs.


Outpatient services for patients referred to a haematologist.

Hospital Watch

Hospital Watch is a joint venture between Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust, Bexley Neighbourhood Watch Team (BNHW) and Longlands (Metropolitan Police) Bexleyheath Local Police Team (LBLPT) and is based in Queen Mary's Hospital Sidcup.

Kidney Treatment Centre

The new Kidney Treatment Centre opened on Monday 24 April 2017. This replaces the temporary dialysis unit at Queen Mary’s Hospital.

King's MSK, Bexley Musculoskeletal Care

King's MSK, Bexley Musculoskeletal Care supports people with muscle, bone and joint (musculoskeletal) problems who live in the borough of Bexley.

Meadow View (Intermediate Care)

Meadow View (formerly Step Up, Step Down) is a ward-based service.

Neuro rehabilitation services inpatient and community

The Bexley Neuro Rehabilitation team help people with neurological impairments including Parkinson's Disease and Multiple Sclerosis to lead a more independent life in the community.

Occupational Therapy (adults)

Occupational therapy enables people of all ages to achieve health, well being, improve everyday function and life satisfaction through participation in activity.

Occupational Therapy (children)

The Children's Occupational Therapy team works with children and young people and their families, who experience difficulties with everyday activities, such as dressing and using cutlery to eat.


We provide diagnosis and medical and surgical treatment for a wide range of diseases, infections, defects and injuries that affect your eyes.

Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

We diagnose and treat diseases, injuries and defects that affect your head, neck, face and jaw.

Oral medicine

We diagnose and treat mouth and jaw conditions that do not need surgery.


We treat children and adults to improve the function, position and appearance of crooked or abnormally arranged teeth.


We provide diagnosis and a range of treatments for musculoskeletal problems (muscles and joints) including arthroscopies (for seeing inside joints) and replacement knees and hips.


Outpatient service for children and young people

Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS)

We have a dedicated PALS service to help people using all of the services at the hospital.


Oxleas run the Pharmacy at Queen Mary's Hospital which covers all of the services on the site and sells some over the counter drugs to patients, visitors and staff.


The Phlebotomy Department provides a walk-in blood service to patients from Bexley and Greenwich