Middlesex University Hospital is a major NHS hospital in Isleworth,
West London, serving the London Borough's of Hounslow and Richmond.
Isleworth is an attractive area, close to the Thames and within
easy reach of Richmond, Heathrow and Central London. The hospital
offers all of the services associated with a major general hospital
including Accident and Emergency, Acute Medicine, Care of the Elderly,
Surgery and Maternity Services.
Middlesex University Hospital is undergoing a complete transformation
from an aged, spread-out site to a modern compact hospital with
critical care at its core. As part of the redevelopment, a new £50million
main building opened in May 2003. This houses A&E, critical
care, operating theatres, clinical imaging, outpatients and patient
2015 West Middlesex University Hospital formally merged with Chelsea
and Westminster Hospital Foundation Trust.
to Get There
nearest tube is Hounslow East, from where you can catch an H37 bus.
Other bus routes which pass the hospital include R62, 117, 267,
H28, 235, 237 and N9.
mainline railway stations are Syon Lane or Isleworth (both 10 minutes
the entrance to the admissions office is directly off Twickenham
Road, close to the junction with Park Road. There is limited parking
close by for escorts dropping off and picking up patients.