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The department is based on two sites: King’s main site at Denmark Hill and Dulwich Community Hospital. King’s College Hospital Primarily for patients referred by King’s College Hospital but also open to GP patients. The unit operates Monday to Friday, ampm. It is closed on bank (public) holidays. Dulwich Community Hospital. Emergency patients. King’s Emergency Department (ED) sees more than , emergency patients every year – about patients a day. About 25% of our patients are un while 10% are over It is open to anyone who needs urgent hospital care because of an illness or accident. It is also often known as Accident & Emergency, A&E or Casualty. King's College Hospital is an acute care facility in Denmark Hill, Camberwell in the London Borough of Lambeth, referred to locally and by staff simply as "King's" or abbreviated internally to "KCH".It is managed by King's College Hospital NHS Foundation serves an inner city population of , in the London boroughs of Southwark and Lambeth, but also serves as Affiliated university: King's College London. DULWICH HOSPITAL SITE REDEVELOPMENT The Charter School East Dulwich / Dulwich Health Centre Building A+B View towards Building A+B entrance Proposed Ground Floor Plan South west view in Parcel 1 towards Building A+B Typical First to Third Floor Plan.
Whither the Dulwich Hospital Site? A Report by Sue Badman The future of the Dulwich Hospital site on East Dulwich Grove depends on a decision on local GP and community health services under the reformed NHS, and while a new health clinic is likely to be built there, much of the site will probably be turned over to other public sector or community use. In the Hon. William Frederick Danvers Smith (later Lord Hambledon) (), a member of the family firm W.H. Smith, purchased 12 acres of land in Bessemer Road, Denmark Hill, and presented it to King's College an Act of Parliament was obtained to enable the Hospital to relocate to south London from its then premises in Portugal Street, . Venue: Dulwich Committee Room, Ground Floor, Hambleden Wing, King's College Hospital, Denmark Hill, SE5 9RS. You can read the minutes and agendas to find out what has been discussed at previous meetings. Board sub-committees. There are six sub-committees of the Board of Directors. Travel information. By rail: King's is a 3-minute walk from Denmark Hill station (lifts to all platforms), and about a minute walk from Loughborough Junction station (step access only). The nearest underground station is Brixton, which is a minute bus ride. Our website has more information on getting to King's by train. By bus: A number Location: Denmark Hill.
King’s is one of the UK’s leading NHS Foundation Trusts delivering world-class care locally and beyond. We provide local services across a number of hospital and community sites enabling us to offer patients care closer to where they on: East Dulwich Grove, East Dulwich Grove. The property is owned and managed by Notting Hill Genesis housing association. There are rooms in total divided up into 40 four-bedroom flats over six floors. Hambledon Court is about one mile from King’s College Hospital’s main campus and less than half a mile from Dulwich Community Hospital. Known as Dulwich Hill until the 18 th century the area was later renamed in honour of Prince George of Denmark, the husband of Queen Ann. Historically, there was only one building (referred to in the historical sources as the “Fox under the Hill” inn) present in the area until the expansion of London populated it. Welcome to our guide for the area around Kings College Hospital in Lambeth. Below we present a selection of upcoming events, local attractions and great places to eat and shop. The nearest station to Kings College Hospital is Denmark Hill Railway Station which is .