The Royal London Hospital - Barts Health NHS

The Royal London Hospital was founded in September 1740 and was originally named The London Infirmary. The Royal London is part of Barts Health NHS Trust. It is also the base for London's Air Ambulance, operating out of a rooftop helipad. There are 675 beds, 110 wards and 26 operating theatres at The Royal London Hospital. The new building opened in February 2012 and is the largest stand alone acute hospital building in Europe.
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Signage at the Royal London Hospital

Signage at The new Royal London Hospital Whitechapel London

Signage at The new Royal London Hospital Whitechapel London

Signage at The new Royal London Hospital Whitechapel London

View inside of front main entrance in the Royal London Hospital

View inside of front main entrance in the Royal London Hospital

View from upper floors of the Royal London Hospital

View from upper floors of the Royal London Hospital

View from upper floors of the Royal London Hospital

View from upper floors of the Royal London Hospital

The departure lounge of the new Royal London Hospital Whitechapel London

The departure lounge of the new Royal London Hospital Whitechapel London

Reception and disabled toilet area on 10th floor of The new Royal London Hospital Whitechapel London

Reception and disabled toilet area on floor of The new Royal London Hospital Whitechapel London

Children's Accident & Emergency (A&E)

Children's Accident & Emergency (A&E)

Corridor on the 14th floor of The new Royal London Hospital

Corridor on the floor of The new Royal London Hospital

Royal London Hospital

Royal London Hospital

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