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Patients and visitors


Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust provides an extensive range of specialist and general hospital services across southwest London and northeast Surrey.

We own and run four hospitals. In addition, we provide services from a number of other local hospitals. We also have nine renal centres throughout the area, as well as the Elective Orthopaedic Centre (EOC).

The quality of our services was rated as 'good' in the 2008-09 Healthcare Commission's annual health check, and we have achieved great success in meeting key performance targets over the year. If you are coming in as a patient, our dedicated staff will do all they can to make your visit as comfortable as possible.

Getting to us

All hospitals have excellent public transport links, and we encourage patients and visitors to use these wherever possible.

Prepare your visit

Useful tips on what to bring with you, what to expect on your ward, appointments and a who's who list of ward staff.

In the hospital

Once you arrive on the ward you will be welcomed by a member of the nursing team. They will take your details and show you around.

Help and support

We have a range of help and support facilities available at our hospitals. Our staff will do all they can to accommodate your needs and address your concerns.

Infection control

This is a clean hand zone

The safety of all our staff and patients is important to us. That's why reducing the rates of infections is our top priority. Read more about how we tackle infection control

Why come to us?

There are many reasons why you should choose to have your appointment or treatment with us. Here are just a few:

1. High quality, safe care
2. Clean and welcoming
3. Extensive range of services
4. Easy to get to
5. Ongoing investment