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  • Princess Royal University Hospital A&E


  • Address
  • Farnborough Common
  • Orpington
  • Kent
  • BR6 8ND
  • Opening times

  • Mon
    24 hours
  • Tue
    24 hours
  • Wed
    24 hours
  • Thu
    24 hours
  • Fri
    24 hours
  • Sat
    24 hours
  • Sun
    24 hours

Important notes

A&E is for life-threatening accidents and emergencies – such as blacking out, bleeding you can't stop, severe chest pain, choking, suspected heart attack or stroke, loss of consciousness or severe burns.

If someone is very ill, for example if they have collapsed or can’t breathe, dial 999 for an ambulance.

Accident and Emergency (A&E) departments and 999 should only be used in a critical or life-threatening situation. A&E departments provide immediate emergency care for people with very serious or life-threatening illness.

At A&E the most seriously ill patients will be seen before those with less urgent care conditions. This means that some people have to wait for several hours or they may be signposted to their GP, pharmacist or another health care service that will be able to assist.

Please save A&E for when you really need it.


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If the illness or injury is life-threatening, don't hesitate. Call 999 straight away.

Our service details were last updated at 16:16 on 17/01/2018

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