Wards V - X

We want to ensure you receive the best possible care. That includes having the right levels of nursing and midwifery staff at all times during your stay.

All wards provide single-sex accommodation, bathroom and toilet facilities. Flowers are not allowed on any wards due to infection control issues. Please do not bring in valuable items (eg laptops, mobile phones, jewellery) or large sums of money as the Trust cannot accept liability for the loss of items. Please read our section on security for more advice on how to keep your valuables safe.

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Hospicom entertainment system This ward has a Hospicom entertainment system (Pay as you go access to TV, radio, web and phone services)
Laptops are allowed You are allowed to bring your own laptops to the ward
Mobiles are allowed You are allowed to use mobile phones on the ward
Pay as you go wifi is available Pay as you go wifi is available on the ward

Victor Parsons Ward

Tel +44 (0)20 3299 6243
Visiting Times 2-8pm
Maximum Visitors 2
Location Ground floor, Cheyne Wing, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS
Facilities

Victor Parsons Unit is a renal inpatient ward with 11 beds. It can be accessed via the Main Dialysis Unit.

Protected mealtime: 12-1pm

Victoria and Albert Ward

Tel +44 (0)20 3299 3308
Visiting Times 2-8pm
Maximum Visitors 2
Location Second floor, Cheyne Wing, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS
Facilities
Ward Manager Lisa Cahill

Victoria and Albert Ward has 32 beds and cares for patients with cardiac (heart) disorders.

It is named after Queen Victoria and the Prince Consort and was at one time two wards. They became a single ward in 1913 when King’s moved to its Denmark Hill site.

Protected mealtime: 12-2pm

Waddington Ward

Tel +44 (0)20 3299 4551
Visiting Times 2-8pm
Maximum Visitors 2
Location Second floor, Cheyne Wing, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS
Facilities
Ward Manager Herman Semaganda

Waddington Ward is part of King’s specialist haemato-oncology service and has nine beds with private bathroom facilities. It is a bone marrow transplant ward similar to Derek Mitchell Unit.

It is named after a patient called Anne Waddington, who donated £15,000 towards the opening of a second ophthalmic (eye care) ward at King’s.

Protected mealtime: 12-2pm

William Gilliatt Ward

Tel +44 (0)20 3299 3402
Visiting Times Partners anytime; others 2-8pm
Maximum Visitors 2
Location Third floor, Golden Jubilee Wing, Denmark Hill, London, SE5 9RS
Facilities

William Gilliatt Ward is a maternity ward with 50 beds. It cares for mums before and after they give birth, and newborn babies.

It is named after Sir William Gilliatt (1884-1956), a surgeon at King’s who founded the Obstetrics & Gynaecology department. He was also obstetrician and gynaecologist to the Royal Family.

Normal Visiting hours are 2-8pm but partners can visit at anytime.

Wi-Fi is not available.

There is no protected mealtime.