A bright future for Queen Mary's Hospital

At Queen Mary’s Hospital (QMH) in Sidcup there is a new and innovative approach to providing healthcare. On 1 October 2013 the QMH site transferred to Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust – an NHS organisation with a strong track record of well-managed finances, developing high quality buildings and providing high quality care. Alongside Oxleas, who continue to provide a range of services at the hospital, are the local authority and a number of other local and established NHS trusts working together to provide high quality services at QMH:

Queen Mary's in numbers

QMH will continue to be a vital resource for local people – especially for those in Bexley and in neighbouring boroughs:

  • The urgent care centre (UCC) and GP out-of-hours service treat 40,000 patients each year
  • Around 8,000 children are treated at the children's medical assessment (PAU) service
  • More than 170,000 people are seen in outpatient clinics
  • Following outpatient clinic appointments, around 12,000 people have a day-case procedure, while around 2,000 have surgery and need to stay in hospital
  • Around 9,000 people receive rehabilitation or intermediate care.