Queen Elizabeth Hospital

Queen Elizabeth


Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust


Queen Elizabeth Hospital, The Neonatal Unit, second floor, Stadium Road London SE18 4QH


020 8836 4530/4394

Unit Policy

NNU Queen Elizabeth Hospital (QEH) is a Local Neonatal Unit (LNU) caring for babies from 27 weeks gestation and with a weight above 800gms.
The Unit has a dedicated team of Paediatric Consultants, Neonatal Matron/ANNP and Specialist trained nurses.
The Unit has a Doctors ward round between 08.30-10.30am (finishing times vary). Parents are welcome and encouraged to be in attendance when the Doctors see their baby. Parents will however be asked to leave the nursery in order to maintain confidentiality while Doctors are discussing other babies.
The Unit has a strict hand hygiene policy and all visitors to the Unit must wash their hands as they enter and as instructed afterwards.
We are able to offer Donor breast milk, daily breastfeeding classes on our postnatal ward and have a full time breastfeeding lead and discharge co-ordinator to fully prepare parents when they are ready to go home.
We have daily quiet times which gives parents an opportunity to have undisturbed time for kangaroo care and quality time with their baby.

Queen Elizabeth

Visiting Hours

Unrestricted visiting hours for parents, we do ask that no other visitors attend after 8pm. Siblings of the baby are welcome to visit but need to be supervised. Visitors are limited to 2 people per baby and we always require visitors to be accompanied by one of the parents.
Visitors are encouraged to stay away if unwell to avoid spreading infections.

Key Contact

Hospital switchboard 0208 836 6000
Julia Croft, Neonatal Matron 0208 836 6181
Dr Toyin Banjoko, Lead Neonatal Consultant
Dr William Barry, Clinical Lead, Department of Child Health for QEH
Angie Jones, Head of Children's Nursing
Teri Stimson and Lorraine Handley, Senior ward Sisters

Unit Facilities

We have 2 en-suite rooms for parents to stay with their baby prior to discharge home.
There is a parents sitting room with kitchen facilities where parents can prepare meals and have refreshments.
Facilities within the Hospital are a restaurant, a coffee shop, a WHSmiths and a cash point machine.
There is a chapel and prayer room on the ground floor.

Public Transport & Car Parks

There are a number of ways to get to Queen Elizabeth Hospital quickly and easily, including train, bus or car.
The nearest Train Stations are Charlton or Woolwich Arsenal with DLR links
Regular bus services stop outside the Hospital including the 486, 161 and 469.
There is ample parking on site and parents are offered a weekly parking ticket at a minimal fee.

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