This section has information about our services during the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. It is updated regularly based on the changing local and national situation and Government guidance, so please check here for our latest information.
Our hospitals are very busy, but it is important that you continue to get the care that you need safely. Our Emergency Departments are open but please only come in if it is a serious or life-threatening emergency. If you need urgent medical help, use the NHS 111 online service.
If you have an appointment at the hospital we may contact you to postpone it, or to change it to a phone or video appointment.
If you are coming into one of our hospitals, you will see we have introduced measures to protect our patients, visitors and staff. These measures will remain in place after step 4 of the Government’s roadmap out of lockdown coming into place on Monday 19 July 2021.
Visit our Services pages if you need information on a specific service.
Information for patients
For our patients we have information on:
- attending our hospitals
- outpatients appointments, inpatient stays and day case procedures
- maternity services
- emergency and urgent care
Information for visitors
We currently allow some visiting at our hospitals. Find out:
Keeping you safe
We’ve taken measures to ensure our hospitals and patients are safe. Read about:
During the pandemic we have been incredibly grateful for the generous donations we have had from individuals, charities, local businesses and large companies for our patients and staff.
If you would like to donate to the hospital, visit the King’s College Hospital Charity website.
Information for staff
Visit the Kingsweb Mobile intranet site for access to all the latest Trust information on COVID-19 on your mobile, tablet or home computer. This includes news, policies and guidance, and the chance to thank your fellow colleagues. To find out how to log in, email firstname.lastname@example.org.