Imperial College Healthcare is one of the largest NHS trusts in the country, with 14,500 staff across north west London. Each year the Trust provides acute and specialist healthcare for over 1 million people.
With a reputation for excellence in research and education, the Trust’s five hospitals influence clinical practice nationally and around the world. In addition, the Trust is increasingly providing services in community settings and in partnership with GPs, mental health and social care organisations.
As the dedicated charity for Imperial College Healthcare, we’re proud to support patients and staff by helping our hospitals do more.
Charing Cross Hospital provides a range of acute and specialist service, including cancer care and a 24/7 A&E department. It also hosts a hyper-acute stroke unit, and is a growing hub for integrated care in partnership with local GPs and community providers.
Hammersmith Hospital is renowned around the world for its strong research connections. It offers a range of services, including renal, haematology, cancer and cardiology care, and is home to the region’s specialist heart attack centre, providing life-saving emergency care.
Queen Charlotte’s & Chelsea Hospital is a maternity, women’s and neonatal care hospital with strong research links. Rated ‘outstanding’ by the Care Quality Commission in 2019, it has a midwife-led birth centre as well as specialist services for complicated pregnancies, foetal and neonatal care.
St Mary’s Hospital is the major acute hospital for north west London as well as a maternity centre with consultant and midwife-led services. It provides care across a wide range of specialties and runs one of four major trauma centres in London, in addition to its 24/7 A&E department.
The Western Eye Hospital is a specialist eye hospital with a dedicated A&E department for eye accident and emergency services. It’s the only service of its kind in west London, providing emergency eye treatment for both adults and children.