St Helier Hospital
Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust
1st Floor, Women’s Health (E Block)
Carshalton, SM5 1AA
|Dr Arunava Kundu
|Mrs Nadine Mitchell
|Ms Jean Mellor
|Parent /Family Liaison Contact
|Main Hospital and extension
|020 8296 2000
|Unit Contact Number
|020 8296 2885
Bliss volunteer on the unit every Monday, Bliss champions avalible most shifts.
Coffee Mornings ran on the unit by peer supporter from Ickle pickles charity
Two parent bedrooms for rooming in prior to discharge.
Kitchen with dining area; Fridge, microwave, kettle. Free tea, coffee and snacks provided.
Seated family room with small lockers for valuables.
Bathroom with toilet and showering facilities.
Expressing room with comfortable chairs and sterilization facilities.
St Helier’s is a level 2 unit caring for babies from 27 weeks gestation and upwards. The units has three separate rooms with a maximum of 18 cots; 2 Intensive care, 4 high dependency & 12 Special care.
- Parents have unrestricted 24/7 access to their babies including quiet time 1pm-3pm.
- Siblings of any age are welcome 11am-1pm & 3pm- 8pm including ward round times. However siblings must be completely well and no school uniforms are permitted when visiting.
- Other visitors are welcome 11am-1pm & 3pm-7.30pm but must be accompanied by a parent unless pre-arranged.
- Maximum of 3 people around the cot at any one time due to space.
Faith Leaders & Chaplaincy
The Chaplaincy Offices are on the ground floor of the main building opposite to the ‘Costa’ coffee shop. The Chapel/Multi-faith room is also situated here. The nurse in charge will be able to contact faith leaders of differing denominations outside of offices hours on individual request.
- The restaurant is on the first floor of Ferguson House, and serves a wide range of sandwiches, salads, hot meals, snacks and drinks. Opening hours: 7am – 5pm Monday to Friday.
- In the main building is a costa coffee, subways and marks and Spencer’s. Out of hours a vending machine stocks microwaveable meals.
- The hospital does not have a cash machine, the closest cash point is at Rosehill roundabout.
- Car: Large car park with discounted parking permits for parents; 1 permit per family at a cost of £5 per week.
- Bus: stop directly outside the front of the hospital serviced by the 151,157, S1 & S4. Rosehill roundabout is a10 minute walk from the hospital and serviced by 154,164 & 280.
- Tube: Morden station is the nearest underground station (Zone 4, Northern line). 15 minute journey by 157 bus or 10 minutes by taxi both from directly outside the tube station.
- Train: Sutton and Rosehill stations provide the easiest access with frequent buses to the hospital