Queen Mary's Hospital, Roehampton Lane
Telephone: 020 8487 6000
Monday to Sunday, open from 08.00hrs, last entry at 19.00hrs
If you have a minor illness or injury like a sprain, bite, infected wound, chest infection, cough or cold you can avoid a wait in A&E by going to the Queen Mary's Hospital Minor Injuries Unit to see one of our specialist nurses.
You can also get emergency contraception, advice on healthy living and information about other NHS services.
The Minor Injuries Unit at Queen Mary's benefits from full access to diagnostic facilities offered at the hospital, including X-ray.
If you have had any problems getting into or around any of our sites you can use our access feedback form to let us know what we can do to improve access.
We do not treat children less than two years old or people injured in road traffic accidents.
If you have flu like symptoms or are suffering from diarrhoea and vomiting, stay at home and seek advice from your GP or call NHS Direct on 0845 46 47.
An emergency is a critical or life-threatening situation like loss of consciousness, severe chest pain, heavy blood loss or serious accidents.
In an emergency visit your local Accident & Emergency (A&E) department, or dial 999 or 112.
Find out more about Queen Mary’s Hospital at www.queenmarysroehampton.nhs.uk