King’s College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust is one of London’s largest and busiest teaching hospitals. In October 2013 we took over responsibility for
- Princess Royal University Hospital, Farnborough Common
- Orpington Hospital, Orpington
- additional services at Beckenham Beacon and Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup.
One Trust, many sites
We now care for patients in the boroughs of Bromley and Bexley in addition to Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham. Many of our services, such as Trauma and Neurosurgery, are delivered on a regional basis, whilst people from throughout the UK and beyond come to us for our world renowned specialist services such as Liver and Fetal Medicine.
As a result of the integration we operate as one Trust across many sites. We are transforming King’s into a fundamentally new kind of Trust built around patient need, offering all our patients – local, national and international – the highest quality of care. We will deliver this as part of a joined-up and well-managed healthcare system, built in partnership with GPs, commissioners and other healthcare providers.
We have set out our priorities for 2021-2026 in the King’s Strategy: Strong roots, global reach.
Health and social care services are working together with the voluntary sector to provide more joined up and improved care for people who live in Bromley.
The name of this joined up care partnership is One Bromley. We are one of the partners in One Bromley and are committed to providing seamless and personalised care for people in Bromley.
The Bromley CCG website has more information about One Bromley.