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Acute hospitals

Although Healthwatch Havering is concerned only with health and social care services for people who live or work in the London Borough of Havering, and therefore deals mainly with services within the borough, there are some services - especially acute hospital services - that are provided elsewhere than in Havering. Healthwatch Havering carries out Enter & View visits to these out-of-borough facilities as well as to facilities in Havering.

The reports in this section relate to visits to acute hospitals - those at which Accident & Emergency (A&E), Outpatients and Elective Surgery services are provided. Havering residents mostly use the Queen's Hospital for these services but may, on occastion, be referred to either King George Hospital, Goodmayes or Whipps Cross Hosptital in Leytonstone.

We have not yet carried out an Enter & View visit to King George Hospital (but see the Community Premises and Services section for a report on non-acute facilties at King George Hospital provided by NELFT).

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Queen's Court, 9-17 Eastern Road, Romford RM1 3NH

01708 303300

enquiries@healthwatchhavering.co.uk

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