Our Vision "Excellent integrated care for you and your family, when and where you need it” Croydon Health Services provide acute and community healthcare services across the borough of Croydon either in patient’s own homes or from clinics and specialist centres, including Croydon University Hospital and Purley War Memorial Hospital in Purley, which recently underwent an £11 million refurbishment and re-opened in the summer of 2013.
Around 3,500 staff provide services for a population of over 380,000 people who are relatively young with a high level of ethnic diversity. The Trust was formed on 1st August 2010 through the integration of Croydon Community Health Services and Mayday Healthcare NHS Trust.
Care and treatment plans are tailored to the individual, whether you need to stay in hospital or are using our wide range of outpatient or community services. Find out more about our services using the links on this page or search the directory of clinical services.
For patients and visitors To contact us by telephone, please call our switchboard on 020 8401 3000. You can also directly dial our wards and departments. Working at Croydon Health Services is both challenging and fulfilling. You’ll meet some of the most engaging and stimulating people in London who will push you to develop your skills, learn something new and reward you in equal measure. With NHS workers in demand across London and the UK, you could apply for a job at any NHS Trust. If you want to make an impact, accelerate your learning and rise to the daily challenge of caring for a diverse community then head for Croydon. You won’t be disappointed.
Croydon Health Services NHS Trust is a modern healthcare organisation providing acute and community health services across the borough of Croydon.
Our main hospital site, Croydon University Hospital has one of the busiest in London. We’re also leading the way in providing more healthcare outside hospitals at clinics, specialist centres and in people’s homes. Working in Croydon does not come without its challenges. Across the NHS everyone is working hard to meet growing demand and we’re no exception. But with the right people on board we are rising to this challenge, putting our people in the driving seat, encouraging innovation and transforming our services to give local people the quality of care they deserve.