Help us protect our patients from infection

Winter is here and Norovirus (winter vomiting disease) and Flu are prevalent in the community. If you’ve had diarrhoea and sickness within the last 48 hours, or respiratory symptoms, please do not visit our wards. For further information, visit our infection prevention page.

A21 Pembury roadworks likely to affect journey times to Tunbridge Wells Hospital

As roadworks are now in place until early 2017 please allow extra time for your journey. For up to date information on the roadworks call Highways England on 0300 123 5000 or visit

Trust your career with us

Join our team! We're recruiting nurses and midwives...

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Maternity rated best in country

Our maternity services have been rated the best in the country following a review by NHS England.

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Transforming health & social care

A Health and Social Care Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) is being developed that will set out how NHS services in Kent & Medway need to change over the next five years to achieve the right care for people for decades to come.

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Kent Oncology Centre

Offering expert cancer services to the 1.8m population of Kent, Medway and East Sussex...

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Find out more about our modern maternity unit and acclaimed birth centre...

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Eye Care Services

Our Ophthalmology department is the largest specialised eye unit in south east England....

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Sexual Health

We provide sexual health, contraception and HIV care services across west Kent...

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A & E waiting times

We are having technical issues with our A&E waiting times and hope to have them back up and running soon.

Do you need A&E?
At a time when there is unprecedented demand for A&E, please think about your alternative care options…

Pharmacies for diarrhoea, minor infections, headaches and bites or stings.

GP surgeries for feverish children, vomiting, ear pain, feeling ill.

NHS 111 if you’re unwell, unsure, confused and if you need help asap.

Out of hours GP via NHS 111 if you urgently need a GP during the evening or at a weekend.

A&E is for emergencies – chest pain, suspected stroke, blacking out, bleeding you can’t stop, or if you are struggling to breathe.

Financial Special Measures

Find out more about why MTW has been placed in Financial Special Measures...

Financial Special Measures