Newham University Hospital

District General Hospital | London, United Kingdom

Hospital description

Newham University Hospital provides all the services expected of a local hospital including emergency care, surgery, children’s health, women’s health and maternity services, specialist medicine, long-term care and diagnostics. It serves a thriving and diverse local community with the broad spectrum of services this entails. Newham University Hospital NHS Trust is an Acute Trust, with specialist teams in Diabetes and Bilingual Health Advocacy. The hospital also has a dedicated stroke unit (for rehabilitation following the initial 72 hours urgent treatment normally at The Royal London) and clinical support services.

On the grounds of Newham University Hospital is the Gateway Surgical Centre; a state-of-the-art stand-alone facility run by Barts Health. The Centre boasts some of the most innovative and modern diagnostic and surgical facilities available anywhere in the world, with doctors and nurses who are highly skilled, experienced and caring. It offers safe, fast, day-care, elective surgery and diagnostic procedures in many different specialties. The Centre also houses the Trust’s sports injuries clinic and the fracture clinic providing a comprehensive service on one site.

Patients may be referred to the Gateway Surgical Centre by a consultant in Outpatients or by their GP if they need elective surgery in one of the following specialities: General Surgery, Gynaecology, Orthopaedics or Urology. Typical operations will include hip replacements, hernia repairs, gall bladder removal and hysterectomy.

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Hospital type District General Hospital
Local language English
Funding Status Public

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