Queens and King George Hospital are the main hospitals in Barking ,Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust.
They cover a local population of over 750,000 serving a diverse population in Greater North East London. They have one of the largest obstetric units in the country and deliver specialist neurosurgical services from Greater London to East Of England, reaching approximately 2 million people.
In 2015-16 there were approx. 250,000 attendances to the A&E – 150,000 for Queens and 100,000 for King George
Queens Hospital is a large acute 939 bedded district general hospital
There are 16 operating theatres including upper GI,general and colorectal ,orthopaedics and trauma, maxfax and dental,vascular,ophthalmic and paediatrics and 2 interventional suites
Queens is a also a trauma unit with a helipad. The hospital provides specialist neurosurgical services to the North East London and Essex Trauma Network
The Obstetric unit is one of the largest maternity units in the countries and includes 2 obstetric theatres. In 2016-17 the unit managed approx 8000 deliveries and 2000 Caesarian sections.
The Intensive Care unit is divided into Neurointensive Care (12 beds) , General Intensive Care (22 beds) and Sky HDU (10 beds) totalling 44 level 2 and level 3 beds.
King George Hospital is a 450 bed acute trust and saw 100,000 A&E attendaces in 2015-16
As well as emergency services it specialises in Urology and Orthopaedics services with an 8 bed General Intensive Care unit.