The kidney treatment centre at Queen Mary's, SidcupThe new Kidney Treatment Centre (KTC) opened on Monday 24 April. This has replaced the temporary dialysis unit at Queen Mary’s Hospital, Sidcup.
The number of dialysis stations increased from 12 to 20, and there are also consultation rooms so that patients can have outpatient appointments closer to home instead of having to travel from outer south east London to Guy’s Hospital.
Man with nurse on dialysis at the Kidney Treatment Centre, Queen Mary's Hospital at SidcupDialysis opening hours:
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6.30am-11pm
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, 6.30am-7pm
Nurse in charge: Roxana Voicu
Unit stations: 20 dialysis stations
Outpatient clinic opening hours:
How do I find the centre?
Location: Queen Mary's Hospital, Frognal Avenue, Sidcup, DA14 6LT.
Download the building map of Queen Mary's Hospital (PDF 199Kb).
Nearest bus routes: Several bus services run close to Queen Mary's Hospital, including bus services 160, 229, 269, 286, B14 and R11.
Nearest train station: Sidcup station, about a 25 minutes walk away.
Parking is available, free of charge subject to available spaces in the Guy’s Cancer Centre car park. Disabled parking spaces are also available near the kidney treatment centre, free of charge for an unlimited time period.
Dialysis appointment time slots
Sidcup offers dialysis appointment times throughout the day and evening. See the welcome to our dialysis units page for more information.