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Visiting policy update

In line with the government road map for Covid-19 restrictions, we’ve updated our visiting policy as of Monday 29 March. Find full details of the changes by clicking here.

Traffic diversion at Maidstone Hospital

From 7.30am on Monday 26 April the road between the Acute Assessment Unit and the Kent Oncology Centre will be closed to allow essential roadworks to be carried out. A diversion will be in place when exiting the visitor car park. Please ensure you follow the diversion signs.

Information on Coronavirus

We've revised our visiting arrangements to reflect lockdown restrictions. Anyone attending our hospitals must also wear a face covering. For more details on face coverings and visiting our sites, go to our dedicated coronavirus information page...

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Don't delay your treatment

Our sites are open and we would encourage anyone displaying serious health issues or life threatening illnesses to call 999 or attend an ED.

Help us to help you by not delaying any appointments or treatment.

Watch our video to find out more information on what measures we have put in place to keep you safe, by clicking below.

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Go The Distance 2021

If you are looking to take on a fitness challenge in 2021 why not ‘Go The Distance’ for our charity?
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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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Maternity

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.

We're a smoke-free site!

No-one is allowed to smoke anywhere on our sites.

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Learn more about the Trust.

See our Annual Reports and Accounts.

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