How Many Hospitals Are There In London?


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Oscar De La Huerte Profile
The number of hospitals in London is always changing due to the National Health Service closing down hospitals, opening new ones and even joining two hospital trusts in one location.
The current number is thought to be over 60 (there are 60 listed below) but - if you are looking for your closest medical care provider - you may want  to use the NHS website to browse a full list of hospitals and services.

Below are all the main London hospitals currently operating, although there are also a number of walk-in centres and minor injury units that don't appear on this list:
North Central London Hospitals
Barnet General Hospital (Barnet)       

Chase Farm Hospital (Enfield)

Great Ormond Street Hospital (Bloomsbury)

Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth (St John's Wood)

North Middlesex Hospital    (Edmonton  )

Royal Free Hospital (Hampstead)

St. Ann's Hospital (Harringay) 

University College Hospital (Bloomsbury)   

Whittington Hospital    (Highgate) 

North East London Hospitals
Homerton University Hospital (Homerton)

King George Hospital    (Redbridge  )

Moorfields Eye Hospital (Islington)

National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery    (Bloomsbury)

Newham University Hospital (Plaistow) 

Queen's Hospital (Romford) 

St Andrew's Hospital    (Tower Hamlets)

Royal London Hospital (Whitechapel, London)

Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital (Camden) 

St Bartholomew's Hospital  (Smithfield)

St. Clements Hospital    (Mile End)   

Whipps Cross University Hospital (Leytonstone) 

North West London
Hammersmith Hospital (Hammersmith & Fulham)

Central Middlesex Hospital  (Park Royal)       

Ealing Hospital (Southall) 

Harefield Hospital (Harefield  )

Hillingdon Hospital (Hillingdon)   

Northwick Park Hospital (Brent)

Queen Charlotte's and Chelsea Hospital (Hammersmith & Fulham) 

Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (Stanmore)     

St Mary's Hospital (Paddington)

West Middlesex Hospital (Isleworth)

Western Eye Hospital    (Marylebone)

South East London
Beckenham Hospital  (Beckenham)   

Bethlem Royal Hospital (Beckenham)

Dulwich Hospital (Southwark)   

Evelina Children's Hospital (Lambeth) 

St Francis Hospital (Southwark)

St.Giles Hospital (Southwark) 

Guy's Hospital  (Southwark)

King's College Hospital (Camberwell)   

Lambeth Hospital (Stockwell)   

University Hospital Lewisham (Lewisham)

Maudsley Hospital (Camberwell) 

Mayday University Hospital  (Thornton Heath)

Orpington Hospital (Orpington)     

Princess Royal University Hospital (Farnborough)   

Queen Elizabeth Hospital (Woolwich)

Queen Mary's Hospital (Sidcup) 

St. Thomas' Hospital (Lambeth) 

South West London
Charing Cross Hospital (Hammersmith)

Chelsea & Westminster Hospital  (Chelsea)     

Cromwell Hospital (South Kensington)

Kingston Hospital (Kingston upon Thames)   

Royal Brompton Hospital (Chelsea) 

Royal Hospital Chelsea (Chelsea )

Royal Hospital for Neuro-disability (Putney)   

St George's Hospital (Tooting)     

St Mary Abbot's Hospital (Kensington) 

Royal Marsden Hospital (Chelsea)   

St. Helier Hospital (Sutton)
Arlene Fernandes Profile
There are no official statistics on the number of hospitals in London. It is thought that there are over 50 hospitals that are currently operating in London, United Kingdom. For instance hospitals in Central London would include Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children and London Bridge Hospital. There is also the Moorfields Eye Hospital, which is a health trust that offers ophthalmic care to NHS as well as private patients all through London.

Another major hospital is The Portland Hospital, which is regarded as the only private hospital in London which is dedicated exclusively to women and children. Other hospitals include King George Hospital, which is an NHS hospital situated on Eastern Avenue, the London Borough of Redbridge. A major teaching hospital would be the Royal London Hospital, in Whitechapel, London, which was formerly called the London Hospital.
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