South London Healthcare NHS Trust
South London Healthcare NHS Trust is the product of the merger of three smaller hospital trusts - Queen Mary's Sidcup NHS Trust (QMS), Queen Elizabeth Hospital NHS Trust (QEH) and Bromley Hospitals NHS Trust (BHT) - to create a single hospital on several sites.
It provides a full range of high quality NHS health care to the people of South East London and more specifically to the communities living in the London Boroughs of Bexley, Bromley and Greenwich. The areas and populations covered are hugely diverse stretching from rural villages in North Kent to some of the most deprived wards in London.
It serves over a million people, employ over 6,000 staff and have an annual budget of over £400million making it one of the largest NHS hospital trusts in the country.
Recent developments include accreditation of a Hyper-acute Stroke Unit on the Princess Royal site in Bromley; opening of a dialysis unit on the Queen Mary’s Sidcup site and provision of children’s community services in Sidcup in advance of a new ambulatory children’s service on that site..
The Trust is committed to high quality education and development for all of our staff from vocational development to Master’s and Doctorate level programmes to ensure it has the skills and knowledge to deliver excellent care for our patients and communities; and to develop our organisation for the future. The Trusts host a broad range of clinical placements for students who can be assured of a vibrant learning experience on all of the Trust's sites.