Our Hospitals and Clinics

Mayday Healthcare NHS Trust provides services from four main sites

Mayday University Hospital 
530 London Road

Telephone: 020 8401 3000

How to get there

Situated in Thornton Heath the nearest train stationa are:

West Croydon: 15 minutes walk

East Croydon: 35 minutes walk

Buses: The hospital is well served by a number of routes including numbers 60, 64, 109, 198, 250 and 289.

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Site Map of Mayday Hospital

Mayday University Hospital is an acute hospital with a 24 hour Accident & Emergency Department, a 24/7 Maternity Unit with both a consultant-led service and a midwife-led Birth Centre.

In December 2004 the Trust opened the new Jubilee Wing - a 306 bedded unit with 4 theatres for day surgery.

Purley War Memorial Hospital
856 Brighton Road, Purley

Telephone: 020 8401 3000

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Situated in the southern part of the borough approximately four miles from Mayday, Purley Hospital provides out-patient and diagnostic services only.

There are plans to build a brand new diagnostic, outpatient and health service centre on the site, offering GP facilities and minor injuries unit, in addition to adding to the existing x-ray and outpatient facilities

How to get there

Nearest train station: Purley. 10 minutes walk

Buses: the hospital is well served by a number of routes including numbers 60, 166, 289, 405, 407, 412, 455 and 466.

Purley Hospital currently provides outpatient services and there are plans to redevlop the site to provide a first rate diagnostic and outpatient facility in the south of the borough.

Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre
316 – 320 Whitehorse Road

Telephone 020 8251 7229

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Getting there

The Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre is served by a number of buses. For more information click here.

Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia are red blood cell diseases which are passed from parent to child. People affected mainly come from Africa, the Caribbean, Asia, Mediterranean countries, Eastern Europe and the Middle and Far East.

The Sickle Cell and Thalassaemia Centre offers screening, advice on current treatments and counselling for affected individuals, their families and carers.

There is a special group for parents of newly diagnosed babies and antenatal counselling for women at risk of having a child with sickle cell disease and Beta Thalassaemia

Emergency Minor Treatment Centre
Parkway Health Centre
New Addington

Tel: 020 8251 7225

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Opening hours
Monday – Friday: 2pm to 9pm
Saturday and Sunday 12 noon to 9pm

Getting there

The centre is served by a number of buses and trams. For more information click here.

The Emergency Minor Treatment centre is a nurse-led walk-in clinic where adults and children over one year old can be assessed and treated for a variety of minor injuries including:

  • Cuts, grazes and wounds
  • Minor burns and scalds
  • Sprains and strains
  • Minor head injuries
  • Minor eye injuries
  • Removing some foreign bodies

We cannot treat children under 1 year old or certain conditions including:

  • General illness
  • Chest or abdominal pain or injuries
  • Diarrhoea and vomiting
  • Headaches
  • Rashes
  • Back or neck pain
  • People who have been assaulted
  • Road traffic accidents
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