We are investing £1.5m to transform our Emergency Department.
As of Monday 31 July the entrance to the Emergency Department and the car park outside of the Emergency Department will be closed. Pedestrian access will be via the Main Outpatients entrance.
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is investing more than £1.5million in transforming and expanding its emergency care facilities. As part of these building works to expand our Emergency Department and build a new urgent treatment centre, the car park outside of the hospital’s Emergency Department will be closed from Monday 31 July for approximately 7 weeks, followed by a phased reopening. The pedestrian entrance to the Emergency Department will also be closed. Patients and visitors will need to access the Emergency Department via the Main Outpatients entrance at all times from where they will be signposted to the emergency department.
The pathway by the tennis courts from the temporary deck car park which runs along the ambulance bays to ED will also be closed.
Additional wheelchairs will be available for patients at the main outpatient entrance and the main hospital entrance and porters will be available to support patients requiring assistance.
Car parking marshals will be in the car park at the front of the hospital to help patients and visitors.