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Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust provides a range of medical services to approximately 420,000 people living across southwest London and northeast Surrey. In addition, they provide specialist services, in particular renal and neonatal intensive care, to a wider area, covering parts of Sussex and Hampshire.

St Helier Hospital

St Helier Hospital is the largest hospital in the trust. It is home to a busy 24-hour accident and emergency department, a maternity unit which also includes home-from-home birthing centre and a highly regarded endoscopy unit, and a comprehensive range of diagnostic facilities.

All emergency surgery in the trust is performed at St Helier. The award winning South West Thames Renal and Transplantation unit is also on site and supports eight renal satellite units across the region.

Wrythe Lane
Carshalton,
Surrey,
SM5 1AA

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Epsom Hospital

Epsom Hospital serves the southern part of the catchment area and provides an extensive range of services for both inpatients and outpatients. The hospital includes an impressive and busy accident and emergency service. The hospital undertakes the vast majority of elective (pre-booked) operations at the trust. It also carries out all elective (pre-booked) inpatient surgery within the trust. Epsom Hospital also provides an extensive range of diagnostic and supporting services including pathology, radiology, vascular diagnostics, as well as a day care and day surgery unit.

The Elective Orthopedic Centre is based here and provides regional orthopedic services to patients from St George's, Croydon Health Services and Kingston Hospitals in addition to patients from Epsom and St Helier Hospitals.

Dorking Road
Epsom,
Surrey,
KT18 7EG

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Queen Mary's Hospital for Children

Queen Mary's Hospital for Children is the trust's dedicated children's hospital, based at the St Helier Hospital site. Queen Mary's Hospital for Children has been a long-standing landmark in the area and has cared for thousands of children since it opened in 1909.

Back then, the hospital was known as the Children's Infirmary and was situated in Carshalton Beeches. Queen Mary became the hospital's patron in 1914 and it was renamed after her visit.

In 1959, when the hospital began providing care for children with special needs, it became the first comprehensive children's hospital in the UK. With advances in medicine and a consequent reduction in admissions, and how long children need to be in hospital, the hospital shrank in size and moved to the St Helier Hospital site in 1993.

Wrythe Lane
Carshalton,
Surrey,
SM5 1AA

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