To reduce the number of visits to the hospital by members of the public, we are changing how we provide outpatient care.
We are only asking people to come to the hospital if is it essential for you to see a health professional because of your current health condition, or you need urgent investigations or treatment for a new problem.
If you are due to have a hospital appointment within the next 4 weeks your hospital department will call you and explain what will happen next.
If you’ve not received a call, please come to the hospital for your appointment.
What you should do if you are self isolating and have been asked to attend an outpatient appointment in the next 7 days
If you develop COVID-19 symptoms and are due to come to the hospital for an outpatient appointment, or are self-isolating because someone in your household has COVID-19 symptoms, please stay at home and follow the guidance on self-isolation on the NHS Coronavirus website. Please call the hospital department to tell them that you are unable to attend. They will advise you on what will happen next.
If you are self-isolating because you are over 70, or have a condition that puts you in a high risk group and don’t have COVID-19 symptoms, you will have only have been told to attend an outpatient appointment because it is essential for your care.
How you can help everyone to stay safe if you’ve been asked to come to the hospital for an outpatient appointment
Changes to our walk in services
The Royal Eye Unit: The REU is closed to non-urgent care. If you think have an urgent eye problem or have been told by an eye specialist to visit the Royal Eye Unit because your problem is urgent, please call 020 8934 6799.
Wolverton Sexual Health Centre: The Wolverton is closed to non-urgent treatment. If you think you have an urgent problem or have been told by another health professional to visit the Wolverton because your problem is urgent, please call 020 8974 9331.
If you have any appointment query, please contact the teams on the following numbers:
If you wish to cancel an appointment and you do not wish to rebook please email email@example.com. Please note that as you do not wish to have a further appointment you will be discharged back to your GP.
From 1 October 2015 Kingston Hospital will be a smokefree site. This means smoking will not be permitted anywhere in our hospital buildings, car parks and grounds. This includes all tobacco products, e-cigarettes and vaping devices. For more information click here.