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We continue to see patients at all our sites, as well as in their homes, and have a number of measures in place to ensure our sites are Covid secure, including the wearing of face masks and coverings, deep cleaning, one-way signage and cleaning stations.
Our Trust headquarters are in the impressive grounds of Springfield University Hospital in Tooting, with major inpatient services provided from Tolworth hospital in Kingston, and Queen Mary's hospital in Roehampton.
We also provide community and outpatient services in each of the local borough we serve and other community locations in London and the south east.
Parking is available at all of our hospitals and is available at, or nearby, many of our other locations. Please allow plenty of time when travelling to your appointment. If you are travelling by car at peak times there may be traffic congestion and you will need to find, and pay for, a parking space. Please note that recent changes to our car parking facilities means we cannot guarantee a parking space.
Find out more about car parking.
From 30 March 2020, there will be no vehicular access through the site or access to car parks from Burntwood Lane. This is due to work starting on the section of road between West Wing, (Trust HQ, Building 15) and Building 32 (Recovery College, Canteen and Conference Centre). Therefore this section of road will be closed to vehicular traffic for approximately six months.
Pedestrian access will remain unchanged.
Vehicular access to Ronald Gibson House, Ghodse and High Trees will be via Burntwood Lane only.
All other buildings including Car Park B will only have vehicular access via the Glenburnie Road entrance.
We would encourage anyone attending for an appointment to use public transport where possible and to allow extra time if driving.
The bus stop will remain where it is allowing patients to attend appointments via public transport and pedestrian access will still be retained.
Hot food is available from the main restaurant at Springfield Hospital between 8.30am and 2.00pm Monday to Friday.
There are also vending machines in snack areas by the restaurant and also in the main building (building 14) which are open from 8.00am to 8.00pm Monday to Friday. The vending machines offer a range of sandwiches, crisps, confectionery and Costa coffee.
Hot food and snacks are available at Tolworth Hospital between 8.30am and 2.30pm Monday to Friday.
In this section you will find our latest newletters detailing the activities of our Trust.
Each quarter we share a bulletin for our whole community providing the latest news from across the Trust.
It includes updates on key programmes and campaigns and information on opportunities to get involved in our work.
You can find the latest editions below:
To subscribe to this newsletter simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Stakeholder Bulletin subscription’.
Developed together with our construction partners, the Springfield Messenger provides a quarterly update on the latest developments onsite at Springfield as work continues on the development of a new ‘Springfield Village’.
This ensures our residents are the first to know about planned construction works as we develop two new mental health facilities as part of transformations onsite at Springfield.
You can access every edition of the Springfield Messenger here.
To be added to the mailing list for this newsletter simply email EstateModernisation@swlstg.nhs.uk with the subject line ‘Springfield Messenger subscription’.
Find out more about the development of Springfield Village here.
To keep our primary care colleagues up-to-date with the latest developments in the Trust, we issue a regular GP newsletter, as well as using CCG communications for more urgent news.
You can find the latest editions below:
To subscribe to this newsletter simply email GPLiaison@swlstg.nhs.uk with the subject line ‘GP Newsletter’.
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