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We are the regional centre for neurosciences in South East London and Kent. We see adults and children who have conditions affecting their brain, spine, and nerves that extend to all parts of the body.

We provide emergency and planned (elective) inpatient services and a wide range of outpatient clinics and diagnostic tests and investigations.

Our doctors, nurses, psychologists, therapists, and administrators work together to deliver our services at both our King’s College Hospital and Orpington Hospital sites, and in some community locations.

We strive to be one of the leading neuroscience centres in Europe and have clinicians who are at the top of their field. We actively undertake research across neurosciences, working with patients, academic partners, and other organisations.

We are always trying to improve and have an active patient and public participation group who work with us to make things better.

Our specialties

Your GP or healthcare provider will refer you to one of our specialty departments:

Health information and support

  • Headway, the brain injury association, promotes understanding of all aspects of brain injury and provides information, support and services to survivors, their families and carers.
  • Stroke Association provides specialist support, and funds critical research and campaigns to make sure people affected by stroke get the very best care and support to rebuild their lives.

Contact details

Join our Neurosciences Patient and Carer Advisory Group

This is an unpaid voluntary role for people who have had experiences of neuroscience services in south London and Kent.

What does it involve?

  • Taking part in focus groups and workshops online or in person.
  • Providing feedback on information for patients.
  • Discussions considering the patient perspective.

“I wanted to get involved to use my experience more broadly to improve the experience of others now and in the future.”
Advisory group member

What do I need to do next?

To take part and for further information please contact [email protected]


We have a leading role in regional neuroscience networks. These partnerships bring organisations together to improve care and outcomes for patients: