People tend to check in during these times:
Excellent care and treatment... The average waiting time is 2 hours.
Possibly the most aesthetically pleasing hospital in the world. Fantastic views from the restaurant on floor 5. Very quiet.
Its a hospital with friendly nurses which is what you need when you've had major surgery.
A very long wait. Doctors seems to know what they are doing. Could be cleaner and organized.
It's a bit of a maze, so ask at reception for directions to the correct building and floor!
Could not ask for better treatment and follow up from an operation, hi 5 toNHS
East London's main hospital with history dating back to the Victorian era, completely rebuilt some years ago.
Lovely historical hospital with lots of victorian history to its name. Must check out the small but very good museum that is behind the new hospital. A must!
want good results
They've recently moved the main entrance a short distance to the right of the new buildings original entrance so is a little further away from the A&E department. They've also added a coffee shop.
If you are visiting, there is a restaurant and a proper coffee bar, but hot food is all a bit school dinners. There are 2 microwaves in the adjacent room. Bring something in.
Bring a packed lunch as your never seen on time
Don't bring flowers to patients. You'll have to take them home. Apparently there is a fear of infection or allergen in wards. Odd, no?
At least this hospital own fast and loyal patient services !
Had such a good experience at this hospital, even though I came at 4am on a Saturday morning. Didn't have to wait at all, had extremely competent doctors and nurses and my own private room.
Avoid this place
One of the busiest neonatal units.
hope prince harry check in at there haha
John Merrick, also known as The Elephant Man, spent his final years at this hospital. His skeletal remains can still be found at this hospital today.
Expect to be waiting 3 hours in the middle of the night, only to be told to see your 'local doctor' and have no way of getting home. Unhelpful staff, to the max!
Monday's before coffee I may insult you if you call me, just a warning #HaveANiceDay (fake smile)
Great Hospital, good trauma skills, parking is very bad though...
Don't bother with a taxi, it's limping distance from Whitechapel station.
The London Hospital was founded in 1740 by philanthropists to care for the sick poor of London’s Eastend. Dr. Barnado was a student here, before going on to found his homes for poor children.
If you are staying in a ward there are 2 shop carts that come round, one private, one run by Friends of Royal, use that one it's much cheaper
Just thought I'd pop in and use the toilet. Big mistake. Found myself invariably in the basement of the east wing and second floor of the west wing looking for one. Truly, truly baffling.
Croft ward. Ward nurse is scary but mustafa made us feel at home. Single room at far end of ward which has great views of the tube and the stripey. In fact they could pass drinks through the window!
Don't forget to scowl at the people standing smoking at the entrance to out-patients in front of the sign which says "No smoking at entrances".
If you come to the Walk-in Centre in the evening, there'll be less screaming kids.
ตรงทางเข้าจะมีป้าย "ห้ามสูบบุหรี่" แต่มีคนยืนสูบบุหรี่เยอะมาก (-_-')
Experimente ficar aqui dentro do hospital 30 minutos que vc dar valor a vida !!!!!!!