Contact us


If you need to contact a particular care department (i.e. oncology, stroke, dementia or other care) about appointments, a full list of those departments and further details are in our 'Your appointments' section here.


You can call our main switchboard on 020 8401 3000.

Main sites

Croydon  University Hospital

530 London Road 
CR7 7YE Tel: 020 8401 3000

More information on Croydon University Hospital

Purley  War Memorial Hospital

856 Brighton Road, Purley 

Tel: 020 8401 3000

More information on Purley War Memorial Hospital

Croydon  Community Health Services

Lennard Road
12-18 Lennard Road 
Croydon CR9 2RS
Tel: 020 8274 6300

Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre

316 - 320 Whitehorse Road 

Tel: 020 8251 7229

More information on Sickle Cell Thalassaemia Centre

Other Community Health Services

Contact details for our individual community health services can be found here.

Feedback and concerns

It is important that patients and the public have their say about NHS care and are listened to. If you have a query, concern, complaint or suggestion, our Patient Advice and Liaison Service (PALS) team would like to know. Details about contacting them are here.

For GPs and health professionals 

Information for GPs and other health professionals can be found here. It includes information PODs, details about electronic patient referrals and our GP priority lines.

Visiting our hospitals and clinics

Everything you need to know about maps, travel guides and car parking charges is here .

Other information

For the names and e-mail addresses of senior staff see the information about our Trust Board.

Contact details for specific services can be found under the A to Z of services.

Email   for all information requests under the Freedom of Information Act

Visit our work with us area for information on recruitment and work experience.

Please note: emails sent to the above addresses will be answered within working hours (Mon- Fri 9am - 5pm). If your message is urgent, please call the main phone number - 020 8401 3000 or if you have an urgent medical need, call 111 or 999 if it is genuine emergency.

For press/media enquires  or website queries please contact 020 8401 3959/3606 or