Teddington Memorial Hospital

Alternative arrangments during the Covid-19 pandemic

Face coverings

You will need to wear a face covering when you come to the hospital as a visitor or outpatient. This is for your safety and the safety of other patients and staff.

Face coverings can be cloth or homemade, and advice on how to wear and make one can be found on the government website. Face coverings worn as part of religious beliefs or cultural practice are also acceptable, providing they are not loose and cover the mouth and nose.

We are asking that you plan in advance and bring a face covering with you whenever possible, but if you do not have one available when you come to hospital, please see a member of staff on arrival and we will provide you with one.

If you are currently shielding and have been provided with a surgical face mask for your appointments, please continue to use this. If you have not been provided with a surgical face mask, you should wear a face covering.

For some people, wearing a face covering may be difficult due to physical or mental health conditions. In these instances, other measures will be considered on a case by case basis, for example timed appointments and being seen immediately on arrival.

Changes to the entrance

Teddington Hospital also has alternative entrance arrangments.

If you are coming to the Urgent Treatment Centre, please use the front entrance where you will be screened before entering the building.

The entrance for outpatients and the inpatient ward are at the side of the building.

Visits to the Pamela Bryant inpatient unit is currently restricted to one nominated visitor per patient.

Telephone:
020 8973 3000 (switchboard)

Address:
Hampton Road
Teddington
TW11 0JL

 

Hospital opening hours:
  • Monday to Sunday: 8am - 8pm 

Inpatient unit visiting times:
  • Monday to Sunday:  2pm - 8pm

By Bus Routes 285 and R68 stop on Hampton Road, which is 9 metres from Teddington Hospital.
By Train The nearest train station is Teddington, which is approximately 0.4 miles away.
By Underground There are no underground stations near to Teddington Hospital.

  • On-site parking (free)
  • Blue Badge / Accessible parking bays

  • Ramp access (main entrance)
  • Automatic doors (main entrance)
  • Wheelchair to borrow on site
  • Interpreter on request
  • British Sign Language interpreter on request
  • Lift for public use
  • Accessible toilet

See detailed accessibility information (AccessAble website)

  • Vending machines
  • Play area or toys for children
  • Water dispenser

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