We're based on two hospital sites and many locations within the community in south east London.
Remember to check which hospital or community site you are due at before setting out.
patients - the address and contact details of the department, health centre or ward you are coming to will be on your appointment letter
visiting a patient - check which ward they are on and the relevant visiting hours. If you are unsure, call main reception on 020 7188 7188.
Travel information can be found using the menu on the left of this page
parking at our hospitals is very limited, please use public transport
our hospitals are in the congestion charging zone. The Transport for London website gives information about how to pay this and who qualifies for refunds or discounts.
Planning to travel to Guy's Hospital by train between 23 and 31 August 2014?
From Saturday 23 to Sunday 31 August, there will be major engineering works to complete the next phase of building the new London Bridge station next to Guy’s Hospital.
Patients, relatives and staff who plan to travel by train during this time may find that their train does not stop at London Bridge and therefore they may need to take an alternative route.
For example, no First Capital Connect or Southern services will run to, through or from London Bridge station from 23-31 August.
Network Rail staff will be distributing information leaflets about the disruption from 1-3pm on Thursday 31 July near the main reception at Guy’s.
Information is also available at www.ThameslinkProgramme.co.uk.
Finding your way around
To help you find your way around, the main buildings at both hospitals are named and colour-coded.