Hospitals in Richmond

There are a number of good hospitals in the area, from Accident and Emergency to residential treatment of mental health.  Please always call the hospital before you head off - just to make sure they are still offering the same services. 

Hospitals

 

West Middlesex University Hospital
Twickenham Road, Isleworth, TW7 6AF
An award winning major acute hospital in Isleworth with services including Accident and Emergency, ENT, neurology, haematology, gynaecology, cardiology and cancer services.... (more on West Middlesex University Hospital)

Queen Marys Hospital
Roehampton Lane, Roehampton, SW15 5PN
Queen Mary's provides outpatient rapid diagnostic and treatment facilities, mental health community services, a minor injuries unit, burns dressing clinic, limb fitting services and a sexual... (more on Queen Marys Hospital)

Priory Hospital Roehampton
Priory Lane, Roehampton, SW15 5JJ
An independent hospital that specialises in the treatment and management of mental health conditions.? Famous for its celebrity clients. (more on Priory Hospital Roehampton)

Kingston Hospital
Galsworthy Rd, Kingston, KT2 7QB
A good Accident and Emergency hospital just over in Kingston. There is also a private health clinic in the Coombe Wing. (more on Kingston Hospital)

Cassel Hospital
1 Ham Common, Ham, TW10 7JF
Assessment and treatment services for adults and young people (1623), usually with a diagnosis of different forms of personality disorder. ? (more on Cassel Hospital)

Other

 

NHS Healthcare in Richmond upon Thames area
Thames House, 180 High Street, Teddington, TW11 8HU, T: 020 8973 3000
The Richmond and Twickenham Primary Care Trust's primary goals are to improve the health of the community we serve and deliver fast, effective services. We are working with our NHS partners, the public, voluntary organisations and businesses to achieve these aims.

Hospital jobs at Kingston Hospital
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