Lambeth Hospital

Lambeth Hospital
108 Landor Road
SW9 9NT

020 3228 6000

020 3228 6174

Pals@slam.nhs.uk

www.slam.nhs.uk

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Lambeth Hospital

Lambeth Hospital is based in Stockwell within walking distance of Clapham North tube station and Clapham High Street rail station.

The original Lambeth Hospital opened in 1871, with the addition of an infirmary five years later in 1876, the two services amalgamated in 1922. By 1939 it was one of the largest municipal hospitals in London housing up to 1250 patients. The hospital played a key part in treating air-raid casualties throughout WWII as well as suffering extensive bomb damage itself.

In 1948 the hospital joined the NHS and while the number of beds declined the range of services continued to expand. The hospital closed in 1976 when services were transferred to St Thomas' Hospital.

Services provided include Forensic Intensive Psychological Treatment Service; inpatient recovery and support , Lambeth Art Therapies & Clinical Exercise Team; Lambeth Community Forensic Team; Lambeth Early Onset (LEO) inpatient service, home treatment , outpatients; Pharmacy Department; and Ward in the Community.