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Homerton University Hospital
Homerton Row
Greater London
E9 6SR
020 8510 5555
The hospital has extremely good motorway access, with the A12 linking the hospital directly to the M11 just over five miles away. The M11 links to the M25.
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Homerton University Hospital

On-site car parking is available.
Disabled parking is available.
There is a disabled bay by the hospital’s main entrance, as well as a small time-limited drop-off area. Unfortunately there is no general parking on site during the normal working day. However, if you do need to drive to the hospital, you may be able to park on some of the roads surrounding the site. Unrestricted parking is available mainly, but not limited to, the rear of the hospital site.

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The Trust provides general and specialist services. It has over 500 beds and the Healthcare Commission rated it ‘good’ for quality of services in the latest annual health check. Homerton offers specialist keyhole surgery to obese patients and has experience in colorectal cancer, stomas and other bowel problems. It specialises in neonatal services, fertility, asthma and allergies and is a specialist centre for most foot and ankle-related conditions.

020 8510 7315
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You can talk to PALS who provide confidential advice and support to patients, families and their carers, and can provide information on the NHS and health related matters.
Further information is available on our website www.homerton.nhs.uk Our switchboard is 020 8510 5555.
We have an in-house advocacy service available for all patients who do not speak or read fluent English. They are able to advise on both language & cultural requirements. British sign language interpreters can also be provided. Anyone can make a referral including patients, staff members, family or friends. All you need to do is contact the advocacy office on: Tel: 020 8510 7179 / 7931.

020 8510 5144
Patient and Public Involvement allows patients to be involved in decisions about their care and lets communities be involved in their local health service.
Further information is available on our website www.homerton.nhs.uk Our switchboard is 020 8510 5555.
You should bring: - Contact details of next of kin, family and friends - Regular medicines - you will need to bring in all medicines that you are currently prescribed by your GP - Night clothing - Toiletries - Books, magazines, puzzles - Pen and paper - Any non-valuable personal items
Most wards have visiting hours of 11am to 12.30pm and 3pm to 8pm.
Further information available on the web site www.homerton.nhs.uk
There are good bus links to central and East London from outside the hospital.

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