Services at Kingston Hospital will be impacted by strike action taking place from 7am on Saturday 24 February until the end of Wednesday 28 February.

We will contact you directly if your care is affected and will rearrange appointments as quickly as possible. Please continue to attend appointments as planned unless you are told otherwise.

Our Emergency Department (A&E) will remain open during the strike action to treat people who need emergency or urgent care.

111.nhs.uk should be the first port of call, if you need medical help or advice or are unsure about whether you should go to hospital – a trained adviser will provide advice and the best care pathway.


Services at Kingston Hospital will be impacted by strike action taking place from 7am on Saturday 24 February until the end of Wednesday 28 February.

We will contact you directly if your care is affected and will rearrange appointments as quickly as possible. Please continue to attend appointments as planned unless you are told otherwise.

Our Emergency Department (A&E) will remain open during the strike action to treat people who need emergency or urgent care.

111.nhs.uk should be the first port of call, if you need medical help or advice or are unsure about whether you should go to hospital – a trained adviser will provide advice and the best care pathway.

Our Paediatric Departments

Having to spend time in hospital can be an anxious time for your child and you.

We aim to provide the best healthcare we can so that their stay is as short and stress-free as possible.

We also work closely with your GP to ensure we recommend appropriate ongoing treatment and provide any follow-up care needed. We care for about 5,000 patients each year, including about 2,000 inpatients.

The Paediatric A&E treats about 23,000 under 16s each year.




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