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Coming to our hospitals

We have two hospitals – Guy's Hospital and St Thomas' Hospital:

London Bridge station 

Guy's Hospital is close to London Bridge station.

This map shows where Guy's Hospital is

Waterloo station 

St Thomas' Hospital is close to Waterloo station.

This map shows where St Thomas' Hospital is

Patient with friend/carer 

If you are worried about coming to hospital, you can ask a friend or carer to come with you. 

When you come to our hospitals, remember to bring with you:

Appointment letter 

Your appointment letter. 


Any medicines you are taking. 

Hospital passport 

Your hospital passport, if you have one.

A hospital passport is for patients with learning disabilities.

It helps the hospital staff care for you. It gives them information about your needs and how you like to be treated.

Patient arriving at reception 

When you arrive at hospital, go to the main reception and show them your appointment letter.

They will tell you where to go. 

Nurse in uniform 

All staff wear badges with their name and photo on, so you know who they are.

If you get lost, ask a member of staff. 

Hand wash

When you are at the hospital, make sure you wash your hands or use the hand gel. This helps stop germs from spreading.


There are shops and restaurants at our hospitals.

Useful information about St Thomas' Hospital 

These leaflets tell you more about them:

Useful information about St Thomas' Hospital.

Useful information about Guy's Hospital   

Useful information about Guy's Hospital.