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    Royal Free Hospital

    Pond StreetLondonNW3 2QG
    General hospital for National Health Service and private patients. Has an Accident and Emergency (Casualty) Department.
    020 7794 0500 (Switchboard), 0844 8480700, Accidents and Emergencies dial 999 Fax: 020 7830 2468

    University College Hospital (UCH)

    235 Euston RoadNW1 2BU
    General hospital with an Accident and Emergency (Casualty) Department. The hospital buildings fall within 3 postcodes (WC1, W1 and NW1). There is no hospital parking. Limited parking may be available in the roads around the hospital.
    020 3456 7890; 0845 155 5000 (Switchboard); Accidents and Emergencies: dial 999 Fax: There is no one fax number. Please see www.uclh.nhs.uk for fax numbers for each service area.

    Urgent Care Centre University College Hospital

    University College Hospital235, Euston RoadLondonNW1 2BU
    General Practitioner (GP) clinic in hospital to assess urgency of cases.

    Whittington Hospital

    (Including the Emergency Department and Urgent Care Centre)
    Magdala AvenueLondonN19 5NF
    General hospital in north London. 24-hour Accident and Emergency (Casualty) Department (off Highgate Hill) for use by anyone. Wherever possible patients should consult their General Practitioner for all but the most immediate emergencies.
    020 7272 3070 (Switchboard), Accident and Emergencies dial 999 Fax: 020 7288 5550
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