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You may be required to be nursed with

isolation precautions. This may be

because of a known or newly acquired

specific type of infection, or because

of your own immune status. This will

involve staff and on occasions visitors

being required to take part in additional

precautions when entering your room.

Nursing staff will discuss this with you

and your visitors, and can answer any

questions you may have.


At London Bridge Hospital, we take the

safety of our patients, visitors and staff very

seriously. Our staff take regular training,

we have the latest evacuation equipment,

our buildings are constructed to the very

highest standards and we are subject to

frequent and regular external inspection.

Our alarms are tested every Tuesday,

starting at 10am, and drills are conducted

annually. Your nursing staff will inform

you when a drill is taking place; you will

not be expected to participate.


If you have a comment, suggestion or

complaint about any aspect of our service,

please approach a member of staff in the

relevant department and they will attempt

to resolve things as quickly as possible.

You will be given a Patient Feedback

Questionnaire to complete and we

encourage your participation.


London Bridge Hospital is situated on

the south side of the River Thames. We

are next to London Bridge mainline and

underground stations, with easy access

to the City.


London Bridge Station is serviced by trains

from Kent and Surrey, and offers direct

connections to Charing Cross, Cannon

Street, Waterloo East and Blackfriars

Stations. Trains also connect directly on

the Thameslink line.


London Bridge Station is on the Jubilee

Line and Northern Line (City Branch).

Please take the Tooley Street exit.

By car

There are

no car parking facilities

available at the hospital, and there is

limited parking nearby. You can be

dropped off and collected by car or taxi

outside the main door of the hospital,

where parking is available for 15 minutes.

The nearest NCP car park is at

Kipling Street, SE1 3RU.


The hospital reception can book taxis

for you and your visitors through our

local taxi company; black cabs are also

available at London Bridge Station.


There are numerous buses that pass by the

hospital on Tooley Street, from London

Bridge, or from outside the main entrance

of London Bridge Station.




020 7234 2943

Patient Accounts

020 7234 2996

Second Floor Ward

020 7234 2271

Third Floor Ward

020 7234 2350

Fourth Floor Ward

020 7234 2430

Fifth Floor Ward

020 7234 2571

Intensive Care Unit

First Floor

020 7234 2113

Intensive Care Unit

Third Floor

020 7234 2011

Day Surgery Unit

020 7234 2581

Imaging Department

020 7234 2773

Middle Eastern Department

020 7234 2459

Outpatient Department

020 7234 2107