New Victoria Hospital

184 Coombe Lane West, Kingston upon Thames KT2 7EG
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New Victoria Hospital

New Victoria Hospital is a private, charity owned hospital based in Kingston upon Thames, Surrey and is one of the few remaining independent hospitals in the country. It has provided a high level of service to the local community for over sixty years and is frequently ranked by patients as one of the top private hospitals in London.

Excellent standards of patient care, the expertise and compassion of our staff, together with our constant investment in the latest and best equipment enable us to have an uncompromising commitment to our patients’ safety and comfort. 

Getting to New Victoria Hospital

By Road:

From the M25, exit junction 10 and take the A3 towards London. Continue along A3 for approximately 13 miles, past the Hook, Tolworth, New Malden and Raynes Park interchanges. At the next interchange, take A238 towards Kingston upon Thames and New Victoria Hospital is on the left-hand side, 100 metres from the top of the slip road.

By Rail:

-Raynes Park Railway Station is approximately 5 minutes by taxi.

-Kingston Railway Station is approximately 10 minutes by taxi.

-Wimbledon & South Wimbledon Underground and Station are approximately 10-15 minutes by taxi.

-All Railway Stations are also served by the number 57 bus service.


By Bus: (Door to door bus service from Train station to Hospital)

The number 57 route from Kingston, Raynes Park and Wimbledon train stations provides a regular service every 8-12 minutes. The bus stop is located directly outside the Hospital. 


Parking and Disabled Access:

The hospital has free onsite parking monitored by CCTV. All hospital entrances and exits have disabled access. If you require the use of a wheelchair during your stay, please let the receptionist know either beforehand or on arrival.

The New Victoria Hospital is accessible from all over the country due to the good transport links with central London.  This is also the perfect location for anyone visiting a clinic from the South-East, with direct trains available from regions within Hampshire, Surrey, Kent, Berkshire, West Sussex and East Sussex.

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COVID-19 update:

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Patients must attend the clinical hubs alone and are asked not to arrive early for their appointment time. Patients may be required to wait outside the clinical hub until they are ready to be seen. Breast implant patients must supply their own sports bra and top for trying on implant sizers when attending an appointment at the clinical hub.

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