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Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital

St Peters midwifery led unit is run by midwives to encourage and support normal birth.
Rainbow ward provides inpatient children’s services and day assessment areas at Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital in Margate.
Our staff from different specialities work closely together to care for you
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Some of our dedicated staff in our Accident and Emergency Department at QEQM

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Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother Hospital
St Peters Road
CT9 4AN 

Please use CT9 4BG for Ramsgate Road entrance

Phone: 01843 225544 (switchboard)

Your appointment

Your appointment

Need to cancel or change an Outpatient Appointment? Have your contact details changed? Have any questions about your appointment?

Take a look at our Outpatient Appointment Section

Our ratings

East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust was inspected by the CQC in July 2015.

Read about how we have improved and our Trust and Hospital ratings on our CQC Update webpage.

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How are we improving?

We are committed to working together to make positive changes for our patients. 

Each month we publish a report which outlines what improvements we are making and how we are progressing on implementing our changes.

Please take a look at our latest Special Measures Action Plan for details.

Our values

We care so that:

  • People feel cared for as individuals
  • People feel safe, reassured and involved
  • People feel teamwork, trust and respect sit at the heart of everything we do
  • People feel confident we are making a difference

Read about our vision and mission


At East Kent Hospitals University NHS Foundation Trust we want to take as much care of our visitors as we do of our patients.

If you are visiting a friend or relative at one of our hospitals for the first time:

  • make sure you know the formal name of the person you are visiting
  • find out which ward they are on from their nearest relative, or ask the hospital's main reception
  • find out what times the ward is open to visitors see our list of wards and their visiting hours

East Kent Hospitals is a smoke-free Trust. This means that for the good of the health of our patients, visitors and staff, smoking is not allowed in the hospital grounds or buildings.  

Find out more in our 'help for visitors' section

Staying safe in our hospitals

Preventing infection

We pride ourselves on protecting patients and staff from infection and maintaining high standards for prevention of hospital acquired infection.

Please help us by using the hand gel provided outside wards and departments when you enter and leave.

Find out more on our Preventing Infection webpages

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