Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust runs the Queen Mary's Hospital site.

Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust provides a number specialist services that are available to patients as part of our Planned Care Centre at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup.

These include outpatient assessments, diagnostic tests (including imaging, cardiac diagnostics and endoscopy), routine day-case and short stay inpatient surgery, and medical treatments and therapies - delivered locally in Bexley.

Our aim is to provide greater availability of a range of high quality planned health services for our patients which are delivered closer to their home.

Our current visiting protocol for QMH is:

  • All adult inpatients can have a visit from the day of admission after their operation, once back to the ward
  • One named/nominated visitors per patient for the duration of the patient's stay
  • Two hours of visiting per day between the hours of 2pm-4pm, 6pm-8pm
  • Upon arrival to the ward,  staff will complete a symptom checker with you.
  • We ask that you continue to wear a face covering, unless exempt, where we ask that you wear a visor (which is available on request)
  • We encourage you to regularly clean your hands when moving around the hospital and physically distance where possible.
  • Where possible, we encourage you to take a lateral flow test within 24 hours before each visit.

Blood Tests

The Adult Outpatient Department at Queen Mary's hospital, provides phlebotomy services for patients 16 years and above for Dartford and Gravesham NHS Trust.

Due to the size of our department, we only provide cover for clinics on our site and do not offer a service to local or Dartford GP practices.

Opening times are Monday to Thursday 08:45 to 16:30

                                  Friday 09:15- 13:00 then 13:30 to 16:30

Please be aware that there are 3 Trust's that undertake phlebotomy on the Queen Mary's site

Finding Queen Mary's Hospital

The hospital is at the intersection of the A222 and the A20 Sidcup Bypass.

Coming from the A20, London-bound

  • Take the second exit inside the M25 (A222 Sidcup/Chislehurst)
  • At the roundabout, take the third exit, towards Sidcup
  • As soon as you exit the roundabout, Queen Mary's is immediately on your right

Coming from the A20, Dover-bound

  • Take the first exit after crossways at New Eltham, signposted A222 Sidcup/Chislehurst.
  • At the roundabout, take the first exit, towards Sidcup
  • As soon as you exit the roundabout, Queen Mary's is immediately on your right.

Car Parking

Queen Mary’s Hospital has 350 pay and display public parking spaces with bays for people with disabilities outside each main building. There is a paved area for motorcycles and cycle racks near C Block.

Parking charges are:

  • Up to 1 hour - £1.50
  • Up to 2 hours - £2.50
  • Up to 3 hours - £3.50
  • Up to 4 hours - £4,00
  • Up to 6 hours - £6.00
  • Up to 24 hours - £8.00

You can catch any of the following buses: 160, 229, 269, 286, B14, R11.

Live bus information (TfL website)

Trains travel regularly to Sidcup station from London Charing Cross, London Bridge, Waterloo East, Cannon Street and New Cross as well as Dartford, Gravesend, Slade Green and Crayford. The hospital is about 25 minutes walk from Sidcup station or you can take a bus or taxi – buses 160, 229 and 286 run between the hospital grounds and the train station.